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New York loves the New Ghostbusters-so much so that PCOC's liason Jack Hardemeyer would like them to downplay efforts in finding their predecessors in order to devote more time to their loving public. Janine would happily tell him where to shove a neutrona wand if she and the others didn't have to contend with the restless spirit of a mythological monster! Meanwhile, in limbo-Egon and Ray think they've come up with a way to escape their ethereal prison!
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THE FINAL ISSUE OF GHOSTBUSTERS! Mass Hysteria comes to an end and the Ghostbusters discover the price of driving Tiamat from the city, county, and state of New York! But just because the Big Bad is beaten, it doesn't mean psychokinetic shenanigans are on the wane -- there's always another job on deck for the boys (and girls!) in grey! Don't miss the bombastically chaotic conclusion to IDW's ghoulishly ground-breaking GHOSTBUSTERS run!
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While Egon Spengler and Roger Baugh are on their journey into the mind of Melnitz, we pick up with Venkman, Stantz, and Kylie Griffin off the eastern coast of Long Island, where they seek out a spectral ship that first sank sometime in the 1860s! And where is Winston in all this? VEGAS, BABY!
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WHY WE LOVE IT: BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA is one of our favorite cult-classic films because it mashed together '80s action and supernatural fantasy movies with '70s kung-fu flicks. This is the first time any new BIG TROUBLE stories have been told, and we have the film's original directer, John Carpenter, working with Eric Powell (THE GOON) on the story. You can't beat that! WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT: Eric Powell is a huge fan of BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, so the sense of humor and over-the-top action he brings to THE GOON will be all over this book. Plus, Brian Churilla's (THE SIXTH GUN) art on this perfectly captures the outrageous world of BIG TROUBLE. WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Jack Burton, a macho, truck-driving adventurer, finds a stowaway hiding on his rig, "The Pork Chop Express", but that soon becomes the least of his troubles. He helped his best friend Wang save his fiancée from the clutches of a demon, but now the wedding has been invaded by more evil forces with one thing on their minds-revenge against Jack Burton!
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Jack Burton's strange quest may be over, but it resulted in the return of an old nemesis. Burton, Wang, and friends must split up, for an entire army of assassins is out for their blood. For Jack and Wang, that means one thing: road trip!
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Before, Jack Burton and Wang had to save Wang's kidnapped-bride-to-be. Now, Wang's the one who's been kidnapped and Jack Burton's back in action! Jack and Egg Shen travel through Chinatown's Black Road and the villains Jack faced before have something new on their mind: REVENGE!
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Jack Burton's journey is coming to an end. He faces his final challenge, the one that will free his friend Wang! But what he and Egg must do may may be salvation for a friend... or doom for us all!
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Charging down the Black Road of Hell in the Pork Chop Express, Egg, Pete and ol' Jack Burton are facing off against the mythical past of China. Demon thugs and the bulbous Seven-Faced Widow may stand in their way, but you know what ol' Jack Burton says at a time like this? "Have ya paid your dues, Jack?" "Yessir, the check is in the mail."
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In cartoon format, explains the history, role, and responsibilities of Congress in United States government.
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Robert Steven Rhine (Girl's and Corpses) presents a horror anthology loaded with more gore, terror and humor that you can swallow--or choke on! It's dark, horrific and very funny. This full color graphic fiction extravaganza features the top horror illustrators from around the world. This issue brings six tales of terror. "Beached Whale" (John Watkins Chow) tells the tale of a group of friends and their discovery on a beach , "Anna" (Tone Rodriguez) is the story of a geek who gets his sweet revenge, "SAM R I " (Mark Covell) takes us back to the high school recess where a bully tries to take advantage of a wimpy kid. In "The Adventures of Dr. Narcolepsy" (Kevin Colden) a doctor takes a holiday at the wrong time. "The Magician From Hell" (D.W. Frydendall) is a tale of gore and magic. The issue closes out with a tale of robotic terror--"LEZBOTS". Pinups by Nenad Gucunja, Bryan Baugh David Hartman, Alex Pardee Satan's Circus of Hell quotes “Good gory humor! Writer Rhine is clearly a horror fan. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.” --Jack Abramowitz, Comic Buyers Guide "Gross, putrid and downright offensive. Higher praise just doesn't exist.” --Alan Katz, producer/writer HBO's "Tales From The Crypt" "Rhine is the maniacal master chef who keeps stirring the pot until it rises to an enormous satirical boil." --Hilary Barta, Marvel/DC artist, The Man With The Screaming Brain “--make sure you go and pick this sucker up!” --BloodyDisgusting.com
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