IDW Publishing Comics- Ghostbusters Volume 7 (also known as Ghostbusters- Happy Horror Days!) is a trade paperback collection published on April 16, 2014. [2] It features a forward by Robin Shelby, covers spread throughout the trade, three Erik Burnham pin ups, Harold Ramis tribute, and a 30th Anniversary advertisement for previous volume trade paperbacks and omnibus editions of Ghostbusters Omnibus Volume 1, The Real Ghostbusters Omnibus Volume 1, and The Real Ghostbusters Omnibus Volume 2.

This trade paperback collects:


The original cover features:

Art from Volume 2 Issue #9-12 are reused several times for this trade collection:

  • The first page is a reuse of Stingy Jack from Issue #9 page 5, panel 3.
  • The credits page is a reuse of Rodefhiri from Issue #12, page 15.
  • The back cover is a reuse of Santa Muerte from Issue #10, page 8


On February 15, 2014, Dan Schoening posted a work in progress of part of the front cover. [3]

On February 25, 2014, Erik Burnham revealed Dan Schoening and Luis Antonio Delgado are working on a Harold Ramis tribute that will be included in Volume 7. [4] [5]

On February 26, 2014, Erik Burnham confirmed the Harold Ramis tribute would be included in Volume 7. [6] [7]

On March 7, 2014, Dan Schoening posted a preview of the unlettered front cover. [8]

On April 15, 2014, a cover and 11 page preview was posted. [9]


  • The Diamond order code is FEB140442.


  1. Previews page for Volume 7
  2. April 2014 Solicitations via CBR 1/17/14
  3. Dan Schoening instagram 2/15/14
  4. erikburnham Tweet #1 2/25/14
  5. erikburnham Tweet #2 2/25/14
  6. Erik Burnham AMA Redditt 2/26/14
  7. Dapperpomade Tweet 2/26/14
  8. Dapperpomade 3/7/14
  9. Volume 7 Preview via Comic Book Resources 4/15/14

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