Back Up: lmao, of all the kids in the world that would tick Ron off, it had to be that one (See easter eggs list) but
Easter Eggs so far (sparse this issue)
An audience member asked about their licensed comics, such as Ghostbusters and My Little Pony. Are there any more licensed series they hope to add to their lineup in the future? Goldstein said that IDW is always looking at new properties.5) Blair D Shedd will be drawing the back up story in Issue #10. I think it's the one with Walter Peck playing golf with politicians.
Will there be any Extreme Ghostbusters stories in the future? Ryall said they were content with their current output.
So... looks like we might be seeing Eduardo very soon in Issues #10 and 11 (based on the tags).If it is him, there's somebody on the Ectozone board that's going to be thrilled.
Huh.lol, the Kalamazoo lore. Still leery about this crossover but once more information comes out, I'm sure I'll come around to it.
There's something you don't see every day.
Agreed. I can definitely see a possible and slow merging of EGB characters over time, which would be pretty awesome.So... looks like we might be seeing Eduardo very soon in Issues #10 and 11 (based on the tags).If it is him, there's somebody on the Ectozone board that's going to be thrilled.
I'm rather excited by the idea myself, truth to be told.
Tom Waltz posted this teaser today, titled "Mass Hysteria!"Oh my gosh...it's got to be a story about dogs and cats living together!
Lot's of arrows. Vaguely recall it being a motif from a certain mythology.
Maybe it's the title of the 8 part arc starting with Issue #13 in February 2014.
This series is fantastic and I'm really looking forward to the 8 issue arc as well as the X-Files crossover. Somewhat random: Does anyone know if IDW has permission to use Ilyssa Selwyn from the game? I know for whatever legal reasons they can't use Dana or Louis. Just think it would be interesting to see her show up in the comic.Based on what Mr. Burnham said in an interview earlier this year (jump to #13), the answer is "yes" they do. It seems like with the movies and animated series, they have to ask beforehand. For example, using Janosz, they had to ask ahead of time. Here's Burnham's answer:
ERIK BURNHAM: Well, when I’m doing something large (say, the New Ghostbusters arc) I need to get advanced approval, and that can have a pretty fast turnaround – I’ve been answered same day, in some cases. In other cases, they’ve given me a little bit of leeway.I would like to see Selwyn in the comic, too. She probably went back to her guest lecturing and archeological digs (as mentioned in the Atari character sheet) after the Shandor incident but I always wondered what the comic crew's spin on her would be.
I pay attention to what I can’t do: I was given a small list early on – for example, if something was in the video game, it was cleared, so I knew Rookie was someone I could make use of. In the case of Janosz, I asked Tom beforehand – if Tom had said either no or that he needed to check, I wouldn’t have gone ahead until I had a yes. If I were to write something that was later decided to be a no-go, I’d simply have to rewrite. That’s how things work in any situation where you’re playing with someone else’s toys.
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