We know the place: Your local comic shop.
We know the names involved: Erik Burnham, "Dapper" Dan Schoening, Luis Antonio Delgado, Tristan Jones, Tom Waltz
Ghostbusters is going monthly at IDW, and it's going to need it's own topic.
I just realized also that Tristan Jones is also listed on that cover That's fantastic! I'd love to see IDW publish a coffee table book of his artwork or something of a similar vain.(They're on to me...)
I know you're reading this Mr. Waltz, cough up some details
Can Not Wait. This is going to be great!...I can maybe say I turned in an extensive outline (without saying how much that is! lol) and that -- if it goes all the way, you'll see callbacks and payoffs in issue X that start in 1 (but nothing so overt that it'll make you mad if it ends sooner than later.)
I wonder how many they'll do. Does "ongoing" mean a single 4 comic commitment, or will we be looking at a Year's worth?
I'm also digging Dan's new design for Janine, I was never overly keen on how Janine appeared in Ghostbusters II with the big hair... I preferred her look in the first movie and her first character design in The Real Ghostbusters, and the new design meshes them both together nicely, finishing the feel that Dan's designs are a mixture of RGB and movie designs.Couldn't have said it better about Janine's design.
It's amusing, the suggestion of entries from Tobin's Spirit Guide, in the largely-inferior Marvel UK Real Ghostbusters series, entries from Spengler's Spirit Guide appeared in each issue of the main series. I like the idea, although I'm not sure whether Tristan would be able to feature the designs directly inspired by RGB and XGB (my gut reaction would be "no", but their stylisation could work in their favour). It would be nice if there was a way for those to be included, though.
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