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Tobin's Spirit Guide (also known as Tobin's Spirit Guide: Official Ghostbusters Edition) is an official abridged hardcover edition of Tobin's Spirit Guide by Insight Editions that was released on June 14, 2016.

PlotEdit

This dynamic in-universe book takes fans inside the world of Ghostbusters like never before. In the first Ghostbusters movie, Tobin's Spirit Guide is a comprehensive supernatural encyclopedia used by our heroes to research ghouls and ghosts. For the first time, this fully illustrated tome will allow fans to pore through the pages of this legendary guide to learn all about the things that go bump in the night—from Class 5 Free-Roaming Vapors to giant Sloars!

Along with covering the original movies, Ghostbusters: Tobin's Spirit Guide will also explore the expanded Ghostbusters universe, delving into supernatural phenomena from the comics, animated shows, video games, and other aspects of the franchise. Presented from the point of view of fictional writer J. H. Tobin and filled with never-before-seen original illustrations, the book will have a unique in-world aesthetic that makes it feel like a real object from the world of Ghostbusters.

Absorbing, immersive, and an essential purchase for fans, Ghostbusters: Tobin's Spirit Guide is the ultimate guide to the franchise's rogues' gallery of spirits, specters, demons, and ghouls.

IndexEdit

DevelopmentEdit

On July 11, 2015, Erik Burnham teased Tobin's Spirit Guide. [4]

On July 12, 2015, Erik Burnham announced a new abridged edition of John Tobin's spirit guide that involved contributions in-universe by Egon Spengler and Ray Stantz. So far, Burnham and Kyle Hotz were attached to the project. It is set for release in 2016. [5] Tristan Jones confirmed he was attached to the project but is no longer after he was offered another project a few weeks ago. [6] [7] [8]

On July 20, 2015, Erik Burnham got a "nice little chunk" of Tobin's Spirit Guide done. [9]

On August 13, 2015, Erik Burnham announced he saw some of Kyle Hotz' illustrations. [10]

On August 22, 2015, Erik Burnham declared he was almost done with a section of Tobin's Spirit Guide and had just an Ellen Gold entry to write. [11]

On August 26, 2015, Erik Burnham said 3 out of the 5 sections of the book were done. [12]

On September 8, 2015, Erik Burnham was working on editorial notes. [13]

On September 11, 2015, it was reported Tobin's Spirit Guide is set to preface the premiere of Ghostbusters (2016 Movie) in July 2016 amid other merchandise. [14]

On October 12, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed he was dealing with some requested revisions when asked about the front cover. [15]

On November 7, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed he has seen the first half of the book's illustrations by Kyle Hotz. [16] The illustrations will not be in color.

On November 8, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed the illustrations will not be in color. [17]

On November 27, 2015, Erik Burnham confirmed Kyle Hotz did the front cover which features the Grundel. [18]

On December 7, 2015, Erik Burnham admitted when selecting content for the book - a lot of decisions were made by the question, "What will look coolest drawn by Kyle Hotz?" [19]

On December 14, 2015, in an interview, Erik Burnham revealed he was currently waiting to go through the next round of revisions. The guide will have a great cross section of ghosts from movies, Real Ghostbusters, Extreme Ghostbusters, both modern video games, and the IDW Comics. [20] Burnham later saw the mock up with all of Kyle Hotz's illustrations (some yet uninked). [21]

On January 27, 2016, Kyle Hotz posted a preview of the Zombie Taxi Driver. [22] He also teased the final cover may not have been released yet. [23]

On February 4, 2016, Chris Prince teased 'Tobin's Spirit Guide is close to being a real actual thing.' [24]

On February 20, 2016, Erik Burnham announced the book is near completion. [25]

On March 11, 2016, Erik Burnham posted the final cover. [26] He revealed the ghost on the cover was Kyle Hotz' take on a "spooky pre-Ghostbusters GB logo" [27]

On May 11, 2016, Insight announced they will give away Tobin's Spirit Guide posters at Booth 2122 of the Book Expo America in Chicago, from May 11 to May 13. [28]

On June 8, 2016, Insight posted a photo of a copy of the book. [29]

On June 10, 2016, preview pages of Vigo, Scoleri Brothers, Dream Ghost, Phantom Jogger, and Gozer section were released. [30] Preview pages of Vinz Clortho and Zuul, Ivo Shandor and Other Chosen Forms of Gozer (Torb and Sloar) were also released. [31] Erik Burnham confirmed there will be an Idulnas entry. [32]

On June 13, 2016, Insight released a 40 second trailer. [33]

On June 14, 2016, Erik Burnham noted there was a reference to Pliny the Elder. [34]

On June 16, 2016, it was reported there is a green cover variant in the NerdBlock subscription box. [35] [36] Andrew Shaffer confirmed a spelling error with Ray's last name on the front cover wrap around. [37]

On June 18, 2016, Insight tweeted a teaser of the Library ghost page. [38]

On June 19, 2016, Insight tweeted teasers of the Taxi Driver Ghost and Slimer pages. [39] [40]

On June 26, 2016, during the Crossrip Podcast Episode 227, Erik Burnham recounted he got a cold email from Chris Prince in late April/May 2015 about working on Tobin's Spirit Guide. [41] He was edited down but didn't mean to overwrite. He thought the main template of entries would be a picture on the right and a whole chunk of text on the left. [42] In terms of the guide's continuity, Burnham wrote it to function with the IDW Comics canon. As a result, some ghosts from The Real Ghostbusters and Extreme Ghostbusters were tweaked in terms of their back story or just for certain logic to work in the movie/comic sensibility rather than the animation sensibility. Some ghosts that appear in the guide could also appear in an IDW comic in the near future like Samhain. The details about Samhain in the guide would be used by Burnham in the comic. Samhain was planned to appear in the International arc but there wasn't any more room as the writing went on. [43] [44]

On July 6, 2016, Tristan Jones elaborated on his history with the book. When Jones was first asked to work on IDW Publishing's ongoing series, he then asked if he could do pages based on Tobin's Spirit Guide. He and the team learned that another publisher had the rights but it was unclear who. Jones then suggested doing files from the Paranormal Contracts Oversight Commission since Ghostbusters: The Video Game was still pretty new at the time. Jones became restless after doing a story about Tobin in Volume 1 Issue #8, working on the Laura Parr story in Volume 1 Issue #9-13, working for other companies like Image, and pitching other Ghostbusters stories like one about witches. He felt going back to PCOC files was a step back and they were being phased out anyway. Tom Waltz and Jones talked about a The Real Ghostbusters digital comic or a spin off mini series but it never got traction. Waltz suggested two page shorts but Jones passed. Erik Burnham worked a few as a result. Jones pursued other work and returned to contribute some covers for the Mass Hysteria! arc at the end of Volume 2. He put together two to three pitches for a Tobin's Spirit Guide book and met with IDW publisher Ted Adams about it. Everything was listed in the pitch, including entities from toys, video games, creatures referenced but never seen, novels, comics, cartoons, movies. He cut down the list and projected a 250 page book. The format would have been one full page of art, one of text and diagrams (size charts, PKE readings, etc.). It wasn't greenlit. A pitch was done with IDW's collector line but it wasn't greenlit either. It was cited the buyer base was too small to warrant production costs, it would only appeal to the hardcore fans, and comic sales weren't high enough either. A couple years later, Jones worked on IDW's Silent Hill comic and learned it was Insight Editions who had the rights to Tobin's Spirit Guide. He contacted editor Chris Price and they had conversations over a few months, mostly about the format. It never happened because of uncertainty with Ghostbusters III. Coincidentally, Jones then did some previsualization work on Ghostbusters III then started working on the Mad Max Fury Road prequel comic. Tobin's was okayed finally but there were still budget issues. Jones was hesitant to write and draw as well. Prince wanted to bring a writer in. Jones was hesitant but relented. A few months later, Jones finished work on Fury Road but was then asked to work on an ongoing Aliens comic by Dark Horse. At around the same time, Prince told Jones he got Burnham on board to write. Jones, however, realized the Aliens gig would be incredibly time intensive and the time table for Tobin's wasn't as clear yet. He ultimately exited the Tobin's project. [45]

On July 15, 2016, Insight released a Q&A with editor Chris Prince. [46]

On July 22, 2016, Insight posted a photo of the Comic Con exclusive Slimer buttons they are giving away. [47]

On July 23, 2016, Insight announced those who take a Slimer selfie at Comic Con at Booth #1703 would get exclusive an exclusive Slimer door hanger, button, and poster. A photo of the hanger was posted. [48]

On August 3, 2016, Erik Burnham announced Tobin's Spirit Guide was going into second printing. [49]

On September 5, 2016, Shirt Punch offered a one day deal called the "Get to know your Ghosts Bungle" by owlhaus. It included a Stay Puft Marshmallows shirt and a copy of the green variant Tobin's Spirit Guide. [50] [51]

DetailsEdit

  • 96 pages
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds

TriviaEdit

  • The wraparound jacket band on the red hardcover and credit on the front of the green softcover misspells Ray's last name.
  • Front Cover
    • On the upper left is the image of Stay Puft Marshmallow Man on page 90.
    • On the upper right is the image of Grundel on page 54.
    • On the lower left is the image of Sandman on page 40.
    • On the lower right is the image of Zuul on page 82.
    • The spine of the hardcover has the image of the Library ghost on page 16.
  • Page 1
    • The image of Apshai is re-used from page 74.
  • Page 4
    • Ray mentions Tobin and Egon.
    • Ray reveals the unabridged edition of Tobin's Spirit Guide weighs around 35 pounds.
  • Page 7
  • Page 9
    • Pappy Sargassi is from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions).
    • Sargassi's first name is revealed to be Enzo.
    • Sargassi's, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Times Square, and the Sedgewick Hotel are mentioned.
    • The shark was originally going to appear in the video game but was cut out.
    • In the video game, only Sargassi appeared and was trapped. In this continuity, it is revealed the shark was trapped then Sargassi dispersed.
    • In the video game, Sargassi was a Class 3 Roaming Animator. In this continuity, it is stated he was a Class 4 Noncorporeal.
  • Page 10
  • Page 12
  • Page 14
    • The Spider Witch is from Ghostbusters: The Video Game.
    • The Sedgewick Hotel is mentioned.
    • The Spider Witch's real name is revealed to be Evelyn Lewis.
    • Ivo Shandor and the Cult of Gozer are mentioned.
  • Page 15
    • The Spider Witch's room at the Sedgewick Hotel being unsealed was first mentioned in Ghostbusters: The Video Game during the Return to the Sedgewick Level.
    • The Jorogumo is from Japanese mythology.
    • In the continuity the IDW comics and this guide occupies, it is revealed four Ghostbusters fought the Spider Witch for an hour and defeated her with three Proton Grenades.
      • In the Realistic Versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game, it was Egon and Rookie who fought her.
      • In the Stylized Versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game, it was Egon and either Male Rookie or Female Rookie.
  • Page 16
    • The Library Ghost was the first ghost seen in the first movie.
  • Page 17
    • The New York City Public Library is mentioned.
    • In Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, Eleanor Twitty went missing in March 1924.
    • The encounter with the Library Ghost in the first movie is mentioned.
    • Ray alluded to multiple attempts to trap the ghost in the Checking Out The Library Level of Ghostbusters: The Video Game.
  • Page 18
  • Page 19
    • Tony Scoleri is the other Scoleri Brother.
    • The following are mentioned:
    • The elemental ability was omitted from the final version of the movie.
  • Page 20
  • Page 21
  • Page 22
    • The Dream Ghost is from the first movie.
    • The following are mentioned:
  • Page 23
    • The Jogger is from the second movie.
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Central Park
      • Peter
      • Trap
    • The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir is alluded to.
  • Page 24
    • The Library Ghost appears.
  • Page 25
    • The Crybaby Ghost appears.
  • Page 26
  • Page 27
  • Page 28
  • Page 29
    • Chicago is mentioned.
    • The Magnificent Mile incident was mentioned at the end of Volume 2 Issue #20.
    • The shark ghost from Volume 1 #13 is revealed to be from the Shedd Aquarium.
    • The Field Museum of Natural History is mentioned and appeared in Volume 2 Issue #12.
  • Page 30
  • Page 31
  • Page 33
  • Page 34
    • Peter had an encounter with confused ghost. He picked up Laura Parr in Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #9.
  • Page 35
    • Domoviye appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Spirit of Aunt Lois".
    • The Brownie is from Scottish mythology and the Kobold are from German mythology.
  • Page 36
    • Abraham Lincoln is mentioned.
    • Ghosts of Union Soldiers were seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
    • The Flying Dutchman is mentioned.
  • Page 37
  • Page 38
    • Gozer is mentioned.
    • Kestrel appears.
  • Page 39
  • Page 40
  • Page 43
    • Ravana first appeared in the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Glutton for Punishment".
    • The Rakashasas and Hansel & Gretel are mentioned.
  • Page 44
    • Rall first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "It's a Jungle Out There".
    • The statue he was imprisoned in and weakness to sound are also used in this entry.
    • Cleopatra, Caesar, Rome, and the Natural History Museum are mentioned.
  • Page 46
  • Page 48
    • The drawing is of the Boogieman seen is the version that first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Boogieman Cometh" while the entry is about Rodefhiri.
  • Page 49
  • Page 50
  • Page 51
  • Page 52
  • Page 55
    • The Grundel first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Grundel".
    • The Grundel is compared to a traditional vampires.
    • Psychomagnotheric Slime is mentioned.
  • Page 56
    • Killerwatt first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Killerwatt".
    • Peter is mentioned.
    • In "Killerwatt", it was Slimer who took away Killerwatt's power flow.
    • The entry ends on a note from Louis Tully.
  • Page 59
  • Page 60
  • Page 62
    • Vigo and Wat appear.
  • Page 63
    • Samhain, Hob Anagarak, and Cathulhu appear.
    • Gozer is mentioned.
  • Page 64
  • Page 66
    • Wat first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood".
    • The entry has a nod to Mrs. Rogers.
    • The Containment Unit and its biometric security feature is mentioned.
    • The Firehouse and Mrs. Roger's House are alluded to.
  • Page 69
    • Samhain first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever".
    • Samhain's proclivity to call his minions his "children" is mentioned.
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Gozer
      • Central Park
      • Proton Grenade
      • Boson Dart
    • In the fifth paragraph, siphoned is misspelled "syphoned".
  • Page 71
    • Cathulhu first appeared in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Collect Call of Cathulhu".
    • The Ghostbusters' encounter with Cathulhu would take place after the events of Ghostbusters: Get Real. In Issue #2 of the mini-series, Ray states they never encountered it yet.
    • H.P. Lovecraft is alluded to.
    • The following are mentioned:
  • Page 73
  • Page 74
    • Apshai first appeared in the final episode of The Real Ghostbusters, "20,000 Leagues Under the Street".
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Pliny the Elder
      • Ra from Egyptian mythology
      • New York City Hall
      • Proton Pack
      • Apshai's weakness against sunlight
    • Apshai's minions are insects but they aren't enlarged like in The Real Ghostbusters.
    • The entry ends with a note from Louis Tully.
  • Page 75
    • Achira first appeared in the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Darkness at Noon, Part 1".
    • The following are mentioned:
      • The Black Death
      • Russia
      • Milan
      • Spanish Influenza
      • Winston
      • Winston's Marine Corps background in IDW comics
      • Winston's marksmanship skill
  • Page 76
    • Lotan first appeared in the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Moby Ghost".
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Plato
      • Atlantis
      • Mount Vesuvius
      • London
      • The Blitz during World War II
      • Hiroshima
      • The Atomic Bomb
      • Dumazu
      • Museum of Natural History
      • Relic of Nilhe
      • Chrysler Building
  • Page 77
    • Dumazu first appeared in Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Vigo
      • Relic of Nilhe
      • Museum of Natural History
      • Psychomagnotheric Slime
    • Dumazu's vow to return is a nod to the Sanctum of Slime video game.
  • Page 78
    • Gozer's title "The Traveler" is mentioned.
  • Page 79
    • The Temple of Gozer appears.
    • Gozer's titles are mentioned:
      • The Gozerian
      • Volgus Zildrohar
      • Lord of the Sebouillia
      • The Traveler
      • The Destructor
  • Page 81
  • Page 82
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Gozer
      • Terror Dogs
      • Keymaster title
      • Gatekeeper title
      • Dana Barrett
      • Louis Tully
    • Vinz and Zuul's race are described as "bearlike", a nod to one of the descriptions of Vinz Clortho in the first movie.
  • Page 84
    • Idulnas first appeared in IDW's Volume 1 Issue #1.
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Gozer
      • Vinz Clortho
      • Zuul
      • The Reselection
      • Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
      • Ray
      • Temple of Gozer
      • 550 Central Park West
      • Proton Grenade
  • Page 87
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Ivo Shandor's "unnecessary surgeries"
      • Centaur
      • Cult of Gozer
      • Shandor's architecture
      • 550 Central Park West
      • Temple of Gozer
    • Shandor having built only one building first came up in the August 5, 1983 draft of the first movie. In it, he completed Central Park West in 1923 and lived in the penthouse.
  • Page 88
    • This version of Tiamat first appeared in IDW's Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #11.
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Gozer
      • Cult of Gozer and Cult of Tiamat
      • Crossrip
      • Temple of Gozer
      • Shuruppak, a major city in Mesopotamia
      • Biblical plagues
      • Blood Rain
      • Gravitational anomalies in Volume 2 Issue #14
      • Talking Pigeons in Volume 2 Issue #14
  • Page 90
  • Page 91
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Temple of Gozer
      • Reconstitutions
      • Gozer
      • Idulnas
      • Megatrap
  • Page 92
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Gozer
      • Vinz Clortho
      • Louis Tully
      • Vuldronaii
      • The interview Vinz had with Egon in the first movie.
      • A quote during his interview with Egon in the first movie.
    • The first rendition of the Torb was seen in Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19.
  • Page 93
  • Page 94
    • The following are mentioned:
      • Ray
      • Psychomagnotheric Slime
      • John Tobin
  • Page 95
    • The Trap appears.
  • Page 96
    • Ivan Reitman and Erich Reich are mentioned in the Special Thanks section.
  • One of the entries Erik Burnham was looking forward to the most was Rall. [52]
  • One of entries that was edited down a lot was the Taxi Driver ghost. [53]
  • On page 23 of Ghostbusters 101 #5, it is mentioned Egon and Ray have started working on a condensed version of Tobin's Spirit Guide updated with specific information from the Ghostbusters' cases to attract mainstream audiences. Ray promises copies to participants of Ghostbusters 101. [54]

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Insight Editions page for Tobin's Spirit Guide retrieved 3/10/16
  2. Tobin's Spirit Guide page on Amazon retrieved 4/12/16
  3. erikburnham Tweet 10/30/15
  4. erikburnham Tweet 7/11/15
  5. erikburnham Tweet 7/12/15
  6. TRexJones Tweet #1 7/12/15
  7. TRexJones Tweet #2 7/12/15
  8. TRexJones Tweet Reply 7/12/15
  9. erikburnham Tweet 7/20/15
  10. erikburnham Tweet 8/13/15
  11. erikburnham Tweet 8/22/15
  12. erikburnham Tweet 8/26/15
  13. erikburnham Tweet 9/8/15
  14. Venture Capital Post "Ghostbusters Reboot Updates: First trailer, "Tobin's Spirit Guide" publication, new merchandise coming out soon" 9/11/15
  15. erikburnham Tweet 10/12/15
  16. erikburnham Tweet 11/7/15
  17. erikburnham Tweet 11/8/15
  18. erikburnham Tweet 11/27/15
  19. erikburnham Tweet 12/7/15
  20. Ghostbusters Wiki Interview with Erik Burnham Part 3, Question 20 answer 12/14/15
  21. erikburnham Tweet 12/14/15
  22. Kyle Hotz facebook 1/27/16
  23. Kyle Hotz facebook reply 1/27/16
  24. ChrisPrincey Tweet 2/4/16
  25. erikburnham Tweet 2/20/16
  26. erikburnham Tweet #1 3/11/16
  27. erikburnham Tweet #2 3/11/16
  28. insighteditions Tweet 5/11/16
  29. insighteditions Tweet 6/8/16
  30. Entertainment Weekly "Ghostbusters spirit guide: Check out an exclusive preview" 6/10/16
  31. io9 "Explore the Paranormal History of Ghostbusters' in This Gorgeous New Book" 6/10/16
  32. erikburnham Tweet 6/10/16
  33. Crave Online "First Look At Tobin's Spirit Guide: Official Ghostbusters Edition" 6/13/16
  34. erikburnham Tweet 6/14/16
  35. andrewtshaffer Tweet #1 6/16/16
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  38. insighteditions Tweet 6/18/16
  39. insighteditions Tweet #1 6/19/16
  40. insighteditions Tweet #2 6/19/16
  41. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:21:26-2:21:45, 2:21:48-2:21:50 Erik Burnham says: "It was really as simple as, uh, last April, maybe May, last May, um, my editor at Insight, Chris Prince, he just dropped me an email saying, 'Hey, we're doing this thing. Are you interested?' Yeah. I think I'm interested. Yeah. Ad really went from there...No. No, it was a cold email."
  42. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:22:15-2:22-28, 2:24:13-2:24:13-2:24:24 Erik Burnham says: "In fact, I know he edited me down. I had a lot more words in there and I'm like, 'Ok, I'm sorry. I did not mean to overwrite!' But it's all good. It's Kyle Hotz' art...What I was thinking the book was going to be was if you look at the Vigo entry where there's a picture on the right and a whole chunk of text on the left. That's what I thought I was going to be doing roughly for the entries. Most of the entries."
  43. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:27:10-2:27:47 Erik Burnham says: "Uh, everything. Ha ha ha. What it was was we're playing this as the movie/comic universe. So if it's a Real Ghostbusters ghost, obviously a good chunk, because it ran so long -- it had so many -- a really good chunk of memorable ghosts. The fan favorites are going to come up from the cartoon. They haven't shown up in the movies or the comic yet, um, so I had to kind of tweak some of the back stories to make it work. Just a little bit. And some of them had cartoon logic that didn't really work within the logic of the movie."
  44. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:29:37-2:30:04 Erik Burnham says: "All the stuff in there, uh, I wrote to work with the comics. So the version of Samhain, for example. The details I put in there. If I were to use Samhain, that's the details I would use. And I, uh, yeah, I did -- I did think at one point last year that we're gonna sneak him into International but not going to be any room for him in International but I still want to use him at some point."
  45. Ghostbusters Fans Tobin's Spirit Guide (Insight Editions) TRexJones reply 7/6/16
  46. Insight Editions "Q&A with an Editor – Tobin’s Spirit Guide" 7/15/16
  47. insighteditions Tweet 7/22/16
  48. insighteditions Tweet 7/23/16
  49. erikburnham Tweet 8/3/16
  50. Shirt Punch Get to Know your Ghosts Bundle" 9/5/16
  51. Proton Charging Facebook post 9/5/16
  52. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:22:56-2:23:02 Erik Burnham says: "One of the ones I was excited to see was his, uh, take on Rall from The Real Ghostbusters."
  53. 6/26/16 Crossrip Podcast "#227 - Andrew Shaffer/"Ghosts From Our Past" and Erik Burnham "Tobin's Spirit Guide" - June 27, 2016" 2:29:00-2:29:13 Erik Burnham says: "I had a whole lot more for the Taxi Driver since you brought him up. They said, 'You know, this, you don't really need this much for the Taxi Driver.' Okay, well, snip."
  54. 101 Class Notes (2017). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters 101 #5" (2017) (Comic p.23). 101 Class Notes reads: "Tobin's Spirit Guide is so in depth, Dr. Spengler and I have begun on working on a condensed version - updated to include specific information from our cases -- to attract the interest of mainstream audiences, and ease them into the topic. Copies will, of course, be made available to you as part of this program."


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