Ghostbusters #6

Ghostbusters #6

Writer: Erik Burnham Artist: Dan Schoening Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: February 15, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Erik Burnham (w) o Dan Schoening (a) o Schoening, Nick Runge (c)

Thanks to the contract they signed, the Ghostbusters are temporarily barred by Walter Peck from taking any work (without his express permission) in New York City.  The Ghostbusters skirt the edict by taking a job in Schenectady. It's a simple haunted amusement park upstate-what could possibly go wrong?

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Mat 'Inferiorego' Elfring Feb 15, 2012

    What a fun issue! I was a bit cautious about this series, but after reading it, I found myself loving it. Erik Burnham does a fabulous job with writing a fun issue, and he really captures the character's voices well. I loved the art style and loved that last page reveal. The only downside I had with this issue was that this was not a good jump-on point and it took a little while for me to fully understand what was going on. Otherwise, I recommend this issue! Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Feb 15, 2012

    While investigating the haunted carnival, Venkman and Ray get into a conversation about a book-writing program Egon invented and his strange behavior. This was hinted at during the first issue, so it is nice to see an ongoing subplot, but the conversation itself seems out of place. When in a park where the roller coaster has a demon mouth, trees glare with red eyes, and statues spring to life and attack, it feels like those things should be the topic of conversation. But the characters are hardly worried about them, so why should a reader be? Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Bastards - Carl Boehm Feb 15, 2012

    Go ahead and get pissed at me for this review. But you need to understand that your venom for my review comes from the same source as my anger at the horrible execution of such an awesome license. We want this book to be scary, funny, and exciting like the movie that began our love for the Ghostbusters. I say it can be done way better than this slop. Read Full Review

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