I was searching for a scrapbook of mine this morning, and I inadvertently uncovered all of my decades-old correspondence with James Van Hise, the writer of the Real Ghostbusters title for NOW Comics.
Right on the top of the stack was a photocopied version of the black and white proof art from the cartoon-style adaptation for Ghostbusters 2... including four pages that Columbia told them to delete when the scene was cut from the film.
Since I've been out of the loop for so long, this may be old hat to you guys. I'm sure the artists and fans have probably released these lost pages before, but if not, I don't see how they're doing me any good vaulted away, right? They should be free for every fan to enjoy.
So without further ado, here's Jim's own explanation from his cover letter:
And here are the four 'LOST PAGES'... Enjoy!