Ghostbusters International #6

Ghostbusters International #6

Writer: Erik Burnham Artist: Rachael Stott Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: June 29, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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There's something strange going on in Puerto Rico, and the FBI wants it investigated! Egon Spengler joins Kylie Griffin and FBI Special Agent Mel Ortiz on the Isle of Enchantment to chase down a gruesome ghoul that could be even worse than it appears! A special stand-alone issue featuring the artwork of British phenom Rachael Stott (Star Trek, Doctor Who)!

  • 8.8
    Word Of The Nerd - Kevin Given Jun 29, 2016

    One gets the feeling that a baton is about to be passed with the majority of the action being conducted by the newer members of the team with Stantz and Venkman being reduced to cameo status. There's even a scene where Egon laments that he wishes Ray were here because he would know about the culture and spirit that they're about to face, only to have Kylie and Melanie relay the information that Stantz would normally convey in the story. Miguel described the apparition that he saw to be a "lady in White" Egon deduces that they may be facing La LLorona and he goes on to explain that this spirit has appeared in different cultures, not just Mexican lore. Ghostbusters International #6is awell paced issue with great character development in our supporting cast of characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - David Gladman Jun 28, 2016

    IDW continue withtheir universally acclaimed ongoing Ghostbusters series, and I can see no end in sight. They have gone past the sky and are currently leaving orbit. Even as filler issue, this is great. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Anthony Wendel Jun 28, 2016

    This issue offers good characters work but it's still a side story. Of course with Stott as a guest artist, it really helps to sell it as such. Still, it doesn't help with disproving the idea of this series being an excuse to send the team to international locations. It's fun but the miniseries is half over and it's weighing on more of an entertain experience than an integral read. Read Full Review

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