Discuss the Ghostbusters Comic from IDW, as well as the now defunct Ghostbusters: Legion series.
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By mrmichaelt
#4920124
Erik Burnham interview got posted. Mentions 3 new things and they're about Transformers/GB
https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/in ... _id/759877

-Toys were being made 1.5-2 years before there was a comic considered
--Oh. No, it was totally, uh, because of the 35th anniversary for both Transformers and Ghostbusters. They had decided to do a toy and these things take so long. The toy was in the works, yeah, year and a half--maybe two years ago. And, um, that's how long it takes them to design and--and tool the molds and make everything work to mass produce these toys. Uh, so it was in the works for a long time and as we got closer, they said, "Hey, why don't you do a comic? Because IDW has Transformers and IDW has Ghostbusters. And it's the 35th anniversary. It would some thing fun. Let's do a story."

-"And um, other---other ghosts, uh, from the Transformers side will show up later on."

-Grimlock will say
Grimlock afraid of no ghost
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By mrmichaelt
#4920460
Erik Burnham will be at IDW's Transformers panel for SDCC set on Thursday and maybe GB will be mentioned in the IDW panel that day, too.

IDW and Hasbro: Transformers: A Bold New Universe
"Celebrating 35 years of everyone's favorite Robots in Disguise, IDW Publishing and Hasbro are proud to present a bold new universe with the launch of multiple new Transformers titles. Artist Livio Ramondelli (Transformers: Galaxies, Optimus Prime), writer Tyler Bleszinski (Transformers: Galaxies, Vox Media), Hasbro's Michael Kelly (VP, Global Publishing), Erik Burnham (Transformers/Ghostbusters), and a few surprise panelists will talk about what's new in Transformers comics, announce upcoming projects, and talk about how to make the next 35 years of Transformers great. Moderated by IDW Transformers editor David Mariotte."
Thursday July 18, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am Room 29AB
https://comiccon2019.sched.com/event/Rl ... r=no&bg=no

IDW Publishing: The Next 20 Years
"The past is prologue! IDW's 20th anniversary celebrations lead here—setting the course for the next 20 years of comics and more. IDW editor-in-chief John Barber leads a lively panel looking behind the scenes at what's coming next and how they're getting there, featuring New York Times bestselling author Delilah Dawson, Surfside Girls' Kim Dwinell, and more favorites—plus top secret panelists talking mind-blowing new projects. All this and a no-holds-barred Q&A!"
Thursday July 18, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm Room 9
https://comiccon2019.sched.com/event/Rl ... r=no&bg=no
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By *NormalGamer*
#4920464
Erik Burnham will be at IDW's Transformers panel for SDCC set on Thursday and maybe GB will be mentioned in the IDW panel that day, too.

IDW and Hasbro: Transformers: A Bold New Universe
"Celebrating 35 years of everyone's favorite Robots in Disguise, IDW Publishing and Hasbro are proud to present a bold new universe with the launch of multiple new Transformers titles. Artist Livio Ramondelli (Transformers: Galaxies, Optimus Prime), writer Tyler Bleszinski (Transformers: Galaxies, Vox Media), Hasbro's Michael Kelly (VP, Global Publishing), Erik Burnham (Transformers/Ghostbusters), and a few surprise panelists will talk about what's new in Transformers comics, announce upcoming projects, and talk about how to make the next 35 years of Transformers great. Moderated by IDW Transformers editor David Mariotte."
Thursday July 18, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am Room 29AB
https://comiccon2019.sched.com/event/Rl ... r=no&bg=no

IDW Publishing: The Next 20 Years
"The past is prologue! IDW's 20th anniversary celebrations lead here—setting the course for the next 20 years of comics and more. IDW editor-in-chief John Barber leads a lively panel looking behind the scenes at what's coming next and how they're getting there, featuring New York Times bestselling author Delilah Dawson, Surfside Girls' Kim Dwinell, and more favorites—plus top secret panelists talking mind-blowing new projects. All this and a no-holds-barred Q&A!"
Thursday July 18, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm Room 9
https://comiccon2019.sched.com/event/Rl ... r=no&bg=no
With this, in addition to Wynonna Earp greenlighted for a fourth season for IDW Entertainment (their TV/Film division), I look fowrard to seeing IDW forging it's path for it's future for the next 20 years. ^_^
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By mrmichaelt
#4920940
June sales are out and TF/GB #1 sold 17,575 units. What's impressive about that is it beats the 16,716 units sold for the first issue of the ongoing GB series and is only 2nd to TMNT/GB Vol. 1 #1 in overall top sales, it being 21, 223 units.
https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomics ... 19-06.html
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By *NormalGamer*
#4920942
June sales are out and TF/GB #1 sold 17,575 units. What's impressive about that is it beats the 16,716 units sold for the first issue of the ongoing GB series and is only 2nd to TMNT/GB Vol. 1 #1 in overall top sales, it being 21, 223 units.
https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomics ... 19-06.html
That's most impressive; both of these crossover minis may have boosted and expanded GB's fanbase and visibility. ^_^
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By Sayscalled
#4921011
Looking forward to reading this, I don't quite know how this happened but every time Ecto-tron speaks in the comic book I heard voice actor Rob Paulsen as Ecto-tron's voice in my head.
Dan Schoening mentioned on Twitter that while designing Ectotron, he heard the voice of David Hyde Pierce (Niles from Frasier).
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By mrmichaelt
#4921046
TRANSFORMERS/GHOSTBUSTERS #2

Main story
Yes, amusing yet logical that the Ghostbusters aren't too flustered by the big talking alien robot. heh heh. I didn't think Eck would be as impulsive to shoot the Trap holding Starscream but I'm surprised Ray or Egon didn't think to offer to release him in controlled conditions like the Paranormal Research Containment Tank Slimer is in or in the Warehouse's cube area. Starscream was Starscream. lmao. His reaction to being called untrustworthy was amusing. And I'm with Winston, not trusting this guy at all. I'll bet Egon is telling himself they're from a parallel universe and they aren't aliens. lol.

And I guess we glimpse the big bad, Red Wiz-- er Kremzeek. No doubt he will show up on Earth in Issue #4 or 5 with Ghost Megatron, sprites, and any other ghost Decepticons. More likely than not, it appears the goal is to steal the Matrix of Leadership/Allspark from Optimus Prime. Whether Starscream is pretending to have escaped from Kremzeek or really did and is just planning to betray everyone later on is another headache they don't need. Though the nagging bit is why thousands of years later to nab the Allspark when they could have appeared in the Ark and made the same plea way sooner? Unless the Ark is somehow shielded and they never could enter it on their own. Best bet was to lure Prime out into neutral territory?

The way they dispersed the Krem-- er sprite was cool. Always a little something new from Erik Burnham. Peter calling it a bean was amusing timed comically well with the trap exploding on him.
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Easter eggs so far
*Cover A
**On the cover are:
***Astrotrain (space shuttle, steam locomotive; Decepticon Triple Changer).
***Thrust (robot form; Decepticon Seeker Conehead) is right of Astrotrain's shuttle form.
***Ironhide (robot form; Autobot) is right of Thrust and decking it.
***Hound (Military Jeep form; Autobot) is above Thrust and Ironhide in mid-air.
***Winston
*Cover B
**On the cover is Starscream in the No Ghost logo in place of Mooglie.
*Cover RI
**On cover is Starscream sending Kremzeeks after the Ghostbusters.
*Dramatis Personae
**Egon's bio mentions how he doesn't believe in aliens. This came up in the Ghostbusters ongoing series Volume 1 Issue #11.
**Starscream's bio mentions Megatron, Cybertron, and the sub-group he belongs to, the Seekers.
*Story So Far
**Mentioned in the recap from last issue:
***Cybertron
***The civil war between the Autobots and Decepticons seen briefly last issue.
***The arrival of Gozer last issue and subsequent destruction of Cybertron.
***The signal Ectronymous detected.
***Ectronymous meeting the Ghostbusters.
**Also mentioned is Earth's history with Gozer, dating back to the first movie, Ghostbusters: The Video Game, and several appearances in the IDW canon.
*Page 1
**Cybertron is mentioned by Ectronymous.
*Page 2
**Cybertron is alluded to by Ectronymous and Winston.
**Egon can't accept Ectronymous is an alien, another callback to Volume 1 Issue #11.
**Ray wonders if Starscream animated the Ecto-1. Incidentally, the animated canon has several cases of ghosts animating vehicles in various manners like Killerwatt and the Indian Earth Spirit in The Real Ghostbusters and Campucho in Extreme Ghostbusters.
*Page 3
**Ectronymous mentions he is never sent on missions.
*Page 4
**Starscream claims he is the greatest Decepticon.
*Page 8
**Continuing from last issue, Gozer's Destrouctor Form is based on Starscream at the coronation in Transformers: The Movie and later Megascream from the Transformers Deviations comic.
**Right of panel 2 is the Decepticon Seeker, Hotlink, with his flame thrower. He appeared in the pilot of the Transformers G1 animated series.
**The various same looking purple Decepticons with dome heads being blown up are mass produced Sentinels .
**In the lower left corner, the three Decepticons are:
***A Dropkick, transport drone, with its back to the reader.
***Left of the Dropkick is a Dark Guardian, who were actually enforcers of the Quintessons when they ruled Cybertron.
***Back to the reader is Onslaught.
**Also in the lower left corner is Luis Deglado's 15 easter egg on the ground.
*Page 9
**Behind Megascream is Predaking, a powerful Combiner of Predacons.
**Below Predaking are Dropkick warrior drones.
**Once again, the necklace worn by Megascream has the heads of Skyfire, Megatron, and Shockwave as well as the Matrix of Leadership.
**The Decepticon ripped in half is the Combiner known as Devastator.
**In panel 3, the two dead Decepticons are ?
*Page 10
**Megatron alludes to Starscream selecting the Destructor Form last issue.
**In panel 4, the entity is visually based on Red Wizard (Mara-Al-Utha) from the G1 animated series episode "Madman's Paradise" but he is later named as Kremzeek.
**Complicating matters, the sprite on his shoulder is visually based on the actual Kremzeek in Transformers lore.
**Kremzeek refers to Gozer by its title of the Traveler.
*Page 11
**Egon alludes to Gozer's initial arrival in the first Ghostbusters movie.
**The offer made by Kremzeek and what happens next mirrors a similar outcome in Transformers: The Movie in which Megatron, on the verge of death is made an offer by Unicron. Despite being prideful at first, Megatron accepts the deal. In exchange for becoming enslaved to the more powerful being, Megatron cheats death and is given a new form.
*Page 13
**The visual of Megatron's body crumbling was seen in Transformers: The Movie such as when Starscream was destroyed.
*Page 14
**In panel 4, the jet Starscream finds is based on his own jet form.
*Page 15
**Ectronymous mentions the Allspark. It is a legendary life-giving artifact that is able to create new Transformer life.
*Page 17
**Peter yells "Dah!" like in the first movie.
*Page 18
**Egon alludes to the danger of dispelling ghosts. In the first volume of the ongoing and in the Ghostbusters 101 mini-series, the consequences led to many ghosts forming into a megaspook form.
*Page 19
**Ectronymous mentions Optimus Prime.
*Page 20
**Ray alludes to the Firehouse, Ecto-1, and Ecto-1's current state buried in the street last issue.
**Ectronymous again mentions Prime.

To Be Identified

1. Page 9: In panel 3, the two dead Decepticons are ?
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By mrmichaelt
#4921463
Geez, no other replies about the comic?

Anyway. October solicit's out.
Transformers/Ghostbusters #5 set for October 16
https://previewsworld.com/Catalog/AUG190759
"GHOSTS OF CYBERTRON," Part 5! Out of the frying pan and into the fire! Starscream isn't the only ghostly Decepticon in the universe-or on Earth. Megatron has manifested, he's hungry for vengeance, and he's not particular about what he has to destroy to get it! Autobots, Decepticons, and the Boys in Gray, too! The 35th anniversary celebration of TRANSFORMERS and Ghostbusters ends here!
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By robbritton
#4921466
Geez, no other replies about the comic?

Anyway. October solicit's out.
Transformers/Ghostbusters #5 set for October 16
https://previewsworld.com/Catalog/AUG190759
"GHOSTS OF CYBERTRON," Part 5! Out of the frying pan and into the fire! Starscream isn't the only ghostly Decepticon in the universe-or on Earth. Megatron has manifested, he's hungry for vengeance, and he's not particular about what he has to destroy to get it! Autobots, Decepticons, and the Boys in Gray, too! The 35th anniversary celebration of TRANSFORMERS and Ghostbusters ends here!
Ha! Sorry! I didn't have much to say about this one - I guess the action all being in one location and my not really understanding the Transformers back-story kept me on the sidelines!
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By philmorgan81
#4921793
Spook Central's preview for Transformers/Ghostbusters #3
https://www.facebook.com/spookcentralgb ... &__tn__=-R

Also Transformers/Ghostbusters #4 moved up to a September 4 release.
Anybody else think it's awesome that Peter Venkman disposed of Star Scream without a Proton Pack and without spilling his coffee? :) :) :)
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By Ghostytheghost
#4921919
Trade paperback for the Transformers/Ghostbusters story now has a listing on Amazon!
https://www.amazon.com/Transformers-Gho ... V46Z4PD95S
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By robbritton
#4922043
June sales are out and TF/GB #1 sold 17,575 units. What's impressive about that is it beats the 16,716 units sold for the first issue of the ongoing GB series and is only 2nd to TMNT/GB Vol. 1 #1 in overall top sales, it being 21, 223 units.
https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomics ... 19-06.html
We should have these numbers pinned on a board somewhere for when anyone asks why they keep doing crossovers!
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By Sayscalled
#4922052
Not into the Transformers growing up, so I know next to nothing about the franchise, aside from Optimus Prime. That said, I'm enjoying this so far. My sister's boyfriend, who learned English by watching the '84 cartoon (grew up in Israel), is enjoying this too.
Loved the graffiti-tagged Optimus, complete with 'Venkman Burn In Hell'. Speaking of... Venkman's 'Pessimus' remark had me on the floor laughing
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By *NormalGamer*
#4922053
Loved the graffiti-tagged Optimus, complete with 'Venkman Burn In Hell'. Speaking of... Venkman's 'Pessimus' remark had me on the floor laughing
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Yeah, pretty funny. Poor Optimus having to suffer something like that. ^_^
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By mrmichaelt
#4922091
TRANSFORMERS/GHOSTBUSTERS #3

Main Story
The Positives: Loved the jokes in this issue. Like Ectotron sighing when they demand the siren. Or Peter asking what it felt like them riding around inside him. Or the subtle stuff like Wheeljack calling Ectotron off, which is the pot calling kettle black since he's a bit of a crackpot inventor. Or Janine not freaking out about a giant alien robot. Winston and Peter running out the building.

Janine remembered Tron and named Eck, Ectotron? I love it. :D

Boy, Peter is not doing well against explosive objects lately.

And of course, loved Grimlock cameo.

Hmm, ends on a mystery - how the heck did Starscream escape and where did he go?

The nitpick: I'm on the fence about the pacing. Yes, it's been months since the last multi-issue series and the last stories that came out were one-shots, so -- it's likely comic reader ADD on my part. Or devil's advocate, is 5 issues too much and it's a frustrating wait for what the real threat and bad guy plan is?
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Easter eggs so far
*On Cover A are:
**Optimus Prime (robot form, Ecto-35)
**Peter
**Shrapnel (beetle form; Decepticon Insecticon) blasted by Peter
**Blitzwing (robot form, miG-25, battle tank; Decepticon Triple Changer) is right of "T" in "Secret".
**Sunstreaker (Lamborghini Countach form; Autobot) is in mid-air above Blitzwing.
*Cover B
**Ectotron appears with the Ghostbusters.
*Cover RI
**Ectotron appears with the Ghostbusters and Slimer.
*Page 1
**Janine is wearing her outfit from the first movie when the Containment Unit was shut down.
**In panel 2 is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery, a non-canon reference to The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Joke's on Ray".
**In panel 2, the rare 1985 Canadian Transformers lunch box is atop the cabinet.
**In panel 4 are:
***Doughnuts from Krispy Kreme's 30th anniversary promotion are in the Hasty Pastry Bakery box.
***The purple can reads "Sugar Spike," a nod to Spike Witwicky, a human friend of the Autobots.
***The small purple sugar cube box is a nod to the Transformers' Energon.
*Page 2
**Peter has on his orange jacket from the first movie.
**In panel 3, the Transformers lunch box is mis-colored blue for the page.
**Janine makes tea, a nod to her love of chamomile tea from Ghostbusters: The Video Game.
**Janine mentions Robo-Buster. The version from Dimension 68-V last appeared in Ghostbusters: Crossing Over Issue #4.
**Janine mentions the 1982 movie "Tron" and that she liked it.
**Janine comes up with the Ectotron name.
*Page 3
**Janine keeps a Proton Grenade in her drawer.
**In panel 5, on Janine's computer screen is schematic of a Transformer?
*Page 4
**In panel 1, on the table in front of the research tank is?
**In panel 1, Slimer eats from a Chick in the Box bucket. This is a non-canon reference to The Real Ghostbusters episode "Chicken, He Clucked" when Cubby started hallucinating every building was chicken-related.
**The character on the Pin-Up Calendar of Doom! is Alana, in her temporary robot form from the Transformers episode "Sea Change".
**Peter alludes to the tank's ionized glass. It first came up in Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2.
**Peter has his mug from The World of the Psychic.
*Page 5
**In panel 1, on the counter is a can of Blody, originally from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Halloween Door".
**Peter mentions:
***Psycholinguistics is the study of the interrelation between linguistic factors and psychological aspects like syntax, semantics, and phonetics.
***Emotional Prosody is an individual's tone of voice in speech. Studies show some emotions like fear or anger are portrayed at a higher frequency.
**In panel 2, in the box is a Starscream model kit?
**The Wall-Trap was last seen in Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3 when the Cerberus Manifestation ripped it apart.
**In panel 4, the two papers above Peter ?
*Page 6
**In panel 2, on the counter is a liter of Blody.
**Peter mentions the Containment Unit.
**Egon states Ectotron is not an alien, a callback to him not believing in aliens.
**Peter refers to Ectotron as E.T. and his famous phrase, "E.T. phone home."
*Page 7
**Grimlock is the leader of a group of Autobots known as the Dinobots.
*Page 8
**Mr. Colchamiro is a nod to Ethan Colchamiro, a friend of Erik Burnham.
**In panel 3, Janine presents a Ghostbusters II memo.
***The date, 12/28/1987 references the airdate of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode "Turtles Tracks"
***O. Saki is a reference to Shredder, who was voiced by James Avery in the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series.
***215 1st Ave Brooklyn is the address of The Recreation Center.
***Mr. Avery is a nod to James Avery, who voiced Killerwatt on The Real Ghostbusters
***The partial phone number 555-194 is a reference to? James Avery's year of birth, 1945?
*Page 9
**Grimlock evokes the "We ain't afraid of no ghosts!" motto in his own way.
**Wheeljack mentions Cybertron.
**Optimus Prime alludes to Wheeljack and his crackpot inventions that tend to backfire.
*Page 10
**The buildings and parking lot are visually inspired by 215 and 218 1st Street.
**Egon refers to the sprite from last issue.
**Peter does his "dah!" from the first movie.
*Page 11
**Egon replies "That would be bad," similar to when he informed the team about crossing the streams in the first movie.
**In panel 6, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg is on the door Winston opens.
*Page 12
**The travel plaza is visually based on Ardsley Travel Plaza.
**In panel 1, the vehicles are based on:
***The orange rig scanned for Optimus Prime in The Transformers episode "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 1".
***Stunticon Motormaster in his Kenworth K100 Aerodyne form.
***Outlaw from the series M.A.S.K.
***Stunticon Breakdown in his Lamborghini Countach form.
***Stunticon Dragstrip in his Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler form.
***Stunticon Wildrider in his Ferrari 308 GTB form.
***Stunticon Dead End in his Porsche 928 form.
**In panel 4, the two taggers are visually based on?
*Page 13
**In panel 1, the head of the body used by Killerwatt in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Killerwatt" makes a non-canon cameo.
*Page 14
**In panel 1, the spiked object resting against the girder on the left is ?
**The ghost is visually based on Killerwatt.
*Page 15
**Ectotron alludes to his part in dispersing the sprite last issue.
*Page 18
**Peter jokes about being in a coma. He was in Ghostbusters Crossing Over #2.
*Page 19
**In panel 1, the graffiti on Optimus Prime are:
***The No Ghost logo is the one done by the graffiti artist in the 2016 movie.
***84, a nod to 1984 when both Transformers and Ghostbusters debuted.
***555-1383 is the phone number of the Meredith family in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Grundel".
***DS is the initials of the comic's artist Dan Schoening.
***"Destro" is likely a nod to Destro from the G.I. Joe vs. Transformers comic or Destron, the Japanese name of the Decepticons.
***Peter uses the antonym of optimus, "Pessimus."
*Page 20
**In panel 1, "Humans are Wimps" is from Marvel Comics' Transformers #23 (August 1986). The Battlechargers tagged the phrase on the Statue of Liberty.
**In panel 3, "Burn in Hell, Venkman" is a nod to the graffiti on the Paranormal Studies Laboratory door in the first movie.
*Page 21
**Cover A from Issue #4 is previewed.

To Be Identified

1. Page 3: In panel 5, on Janine's computer screen is ? Transformers schematic?

2. Page 4: In panel 1, on the table in front of the research tank is?

3. Page 5: In panel 2, in the box ? Starscream model kits?

4. Page 5: In panel 4, the two papers above Peter ?

5. Page 8: In panel 3: the 555-194-- is ? James Avery's birth year 1945?

6. Page 12: Panel 4: The taggers are visually based on ?

7. Page 14: In panel 1: Resting against the girder ?

8. Page 16: Panel 1: Destro or Destron on Prime's arm?
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By robbritton
#4922093
That was much more like it for me - I guess mainly because it leant harder on the characters of the Ghostbusters, which is always my favourite bit of Erik's writing. Venkman in particular was on rare form in this one, I do love how this series has him just as smart as the others when the need calls for it. It feels very true to Bill Murray's original portrayal.

As for the missing Easter Eggs, I've not idea I'm afraid, apart from:
I read it as O. Saki, rather than D. Saki, which could make it a callback to the Turtles and Shredder, perhaps? it's a stretch, but...
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By mrmichaelt
#4922095
As for the missing Easter Eggs, I've not idea I'm afraid, apart from:
I read it as O. Saki, rather than D. Saki, which could make it a call back to the Turtles and Shredder, perhaps? it's a stretch, but...
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I think you're totally right because
The Mr. Avery is a nod to James Avery who voiced Shredder in the '87 animated series as well as Killerwatt who the ghost is visually based on later in the issue.
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And if anyone was still wondering about those 2 dead Decepticons in #2, they were Straxus and Crosscut from Marvel Comics' Transformers #18 (March 1986). Deep cut.

And in #1, the doors on the Temple of Gozer were lifted from the Transformers' episode "Madman's Paradise" - the ancient art that activates the portal to Menonia.
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By Dsyfer
#4922128
Is Janine still working as PCOC's liaison's officer? She seems to still do Office Managerial work for the guys.
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By Dsyfer
#4922172
Is Janine still working as PCOC's liaison's officer? She seems to still do Office Managerial work for the guys.
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She does both now, keeps her desk in the Firehouse, and gets paid more. That was the deal she made with Peck.
Well, I won't be surprised if she ends up becoming the CEO of the company someday. She's smart and a tough cookie.

I just love that she's the one who gave Ectotron his new name, and how she interacts with Optimus Prime.
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By Peter Venkman Jr.
#4922221
Glad that I won't have to wait long for issue #4 to arrive in September. I am really enjoying this crossover, Janine coming up with the name Ectotron is a really inspired bit of writing along with Egon not believing in aliens. I am glad that Optimus Prime showed up in issue #3 as well, his interactions with Janine and the Ghostbusters was the stuff of childhood dreams.
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