Ghostbusters 101
Worlds collide as your favorite characters from the Ghostbusters movies -- both series! -- meet for the first time! It's the biggest crossover since they crossed the streams! Before they began investigating the supernatural, most of the original Ghostbusters were teachers... and they've decided it's time they start sharing their knowledge again. But when their first batch of students start poking around the firehouse and accidentally set in motion the merging of two universes (it's easier than you'd think) Venkman, Stantz, Zeddemore, and Spengler will need all the help they can get to put things right! And who do you think will Answer The Call? (If you guessed Holtzmann, Yates, Tolan, and Gilbert... you get a gold star!) It's a brand new inter-dimensional meeting of the minds.

Ghostbusters 101 Details

TitleGhostbusters 101
Author
ReleaseDec 19th, 2017
PublisherIDW Publishing
ISBN-139781684050260
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Graphic Novels Comics

Ghostbusters 101 Review

  • Juan
    January 1, 1970
    This was enjoyable and, for the most part, kind of makes me feel there is some type of redemption for that poorly rated Ghostbusters reboot film of 2016. This story continues to make use of the multi-verse gateway that is soo not secured away in the fire house basement and helped introduce the alternate Earth in which the ghostbusters is the all female team. At 6 issues, the majority of the characters was developed with both Kate McKinnon's and Chris Hemsworth's characters becoming overtly annoy This was enjoyable and, for the most part, kind of makes me feel there is some type of redemption for that poorly rated Ghostbusters reboot film of 2016. This story continues to make use of the multi-verse gateway that is soo not secured away in the fire house basement and helped introduce the alternate Earth in which the ghostbusters is the all female team. At 6 issues, the majority of the characters was developed with both Kate McKinnon's and Chris Hemsworth's characters becoming overtly annoying to the point where you would wish they would scale it back a bit. Worth addressing was the absurdity of the female's team approach to shoot away and "disperse" the ghosts rather than trapping them and containing them. I mean, there is really so much that can be considered wrong from the 2016 movie but I was glad this was addressed and written in that a temporary disperse will only result in the anomalies coming back and potentially in a stronger form. Again, this was a pretty solid volume but I tend to have liked the majority of the stories Erik Burnham has given us. The characters grow at a fair rate and the cast continues to grow. Based on previously volumes, there is still so many more stories to go with characters that have only been teased with in the past.
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  • Kyle
    January 1, 1970
    This was pretty good but it's weird how the 1984 Ghostbusters seem to be the primary characters instead of the 2016 Ghostbusters when they're who are the ones we all came here to see.This did a pretty good job getting Holtzmann's voice right and the art was mostly good. The front cover was disappointing and the women all have weird mouths were my biggest issues.
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  • Dr. Fink Dawkins
    January 1, 1970
    A lot of fun! and of course, I was a little picky about it because the 2016 Ghostbusters is very dear to my heart. I had my gripes with the way Holtzmann is written in particular. She comes across as quite rude and snarky and I don’t see that the film projected her as someone so unjustly mean spirited. Other than that the Kevin stuff was spot on!
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  • Jason
    January 1, 1970
    A worthy successor to the on-going IDW series and the 2016 reboot, even with a few moments I would have left out. Plenty of amusing meta-humor, too.
  • Sarah Sammis
    January 1, 1970
    I love this series.
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