The Firehouse is the headquarters of the Ghostbusters.

History

Ghostbusters

The Firehouse was the location that the Ghostbusters used as a home base for their ghost-busting enterprise. It housed the men in the sleeping quarters formerly occupied by firemen and was the location of the Containment Unit. The Firehouse was also where the Ecto-1 was stored.

When the trio were touring the station with the Realtor, Egon Spengler considered it unacceptable with it being in poor condition structurally, having unacceptable wiring for their equipment needs and it was in a bad neighborhood. However, when Ray Stantz, whose money is financing the operation, proved childishly delighted with the property, especially with the fire poles, his partners decided they had no choice but to purchase it.

Dana Barrett was their first real client. She visited the Firehouse two days after an incident at her apartment. She went to Janine Melnitz and asked to talk to someone. Peter Venkman narrowly jumped over his office gate and introduced himself. Peter, Egon, and Ray interviewed her on the second floor while she was hooked up to the Aura Video-Analyzer. She didn't care for Peter asking her what she thought or Egon's implication she was lying one way or another. Ray speculated it could be a case of past life experience intruding on present time. Egon thought it could be erased memories stored in the collective unconscious, clairvoyance, or telepathic contact. Dana was skeptical and scoffed. She apologized and admitted she did not believe in any of those things. Peter assured her he did not either. Peter walked behind Dana and gestured to Ray and Egon to make something up as he told her there were standard procedures they did in cases hers that gave them results. Ray figured he could go down to hall of records and check out the structural details in the building. He guessed the building itself could have a history of psychic turbulence. Peter nodded and agreed. Egon suggested he could look for the name Zuul in the usual literature, Tobin's Spirit Guide. Peter clumsily volunteered to go and check out her apartment with her.

It soon got to a point that the last of the Ghostbusters' petty cash was spent buying Chinese take out for dinner. Peter was unaware and wanted some petty cash to take Dana out to dinner so they didn't lose her. Ray revealed their situation. Peter stared then before Ray could take a bite, told him to slow down and chew his food. Janine's phone rang just as she was taking off her heels and putting on tennis shoes. She answered and confirmed to the caller the Ghostbusters were serious. She listened, paused, and sat back down. The caller told her something she couldn't believe. She readied a pencil and asked for the address. She promised they would be totally discreet and thanked the caller. She grinned and hung up then yelled, "We got one!" She slammed down the alarm buzzer. The klaxon activated. Everyone looked up. Ray realized it was a call and ran to the pole in the foreground and went down first. He yelped then rushed to open his foot locker in the middle. He called out to Peter and Egon to come on. Ray kicked off his shoes and readied his flightsuit as Peter landed with a carton. Egon yelped as he slid down. Ray had his flightsuit half on from the waist down. Ecto-1 sped out of the Firehouse, took a left, then another left.

Business picked up. After the alarm rang, Peter jogged out of the sleeping quarters. Ray pulled his pants up. Egon got out of his bed in his pajamas. He went to his night stand, grabbed his glasses, walked back out to the foot of his bed, turned around, and put on his glasses. Ray and Egon marched out of the room. Janine's phone was lit up. On one call, Janine asked the caller if the ghost looked like a mist, or if it had arms and legs. After another case, Ecto-1 pulled up to the Firehouse. Two fans, a man and a woman, were on the right side of Ecto-1. The woman opened the front passenger door. They asked a ragged looking Peter for his autograph as he got out. A man in a brown coat was on the left side snapping Polaroid photographs. As the Ghostbusters rested in their sleeping quarters, still in their flightsuits, Ray had a dream. It ended as Ray fell out of his real bed. The others thrashed in their sleep. One day, Winston Zeddemore responded to an ad in the newspaper and stopped to look up at the new Ghostbusters sign hanging outside the Firehouse. Janine interviewed Winston from her desk. She asked him if he believed in UFOs, astral projections, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trans-mediums, the Loch Ness monster and the theory of Atlantis. Winston replied if there was a steady paycheck in it, he would believe anything she said. The phone rang.

A weary Peter and Ray walked from the garage bay to the office. Both were smoking. Their flightsuits had some ectoplasmic residue splattered about. Janine was now standing, cradling the phone on her shoulder, and gathered papers. Ray stated he needed some sleep badly. Peter agreed he didn't look good. Winston turned his head and observed them. Ray was surprised by Peter's observation. Peter thought he looked better and didn't used to look like this. Ray looked down at the Trap he was holding with his right hand. Tons of articles were affixed to the back wall of Peter's office. Janine placed a caller on hold. Peter tossed an invoice on Janine's desk. She scoffed at the smoke from the Traps. Peter told her that was the paper on the Brooklyn and the female client paid with Visa. Janine handed out a piece of paper and told them that was the evening worksheet. Ray scanned it and moaned. He saw there were two more free repeaters. Ray walked to the basement steps. Janine brought Winston to their attention. She introduced him. Winston stood. Ray stopped and turned around. Ray took one look at him and hired him. He introduced himself and Winston. Peter congratulated Winston and shook his hand. Ray called him over for help then handed him the two Traps and welcomed him aboard. Winston took them both but was uneasy about it. Ray nodded with a grin.

Ray demonstrated how to empty a full Trap into the Containment Unit in the basement. Winston stood to Ray's left and watched. Egon was at a wall running some calculations. Ray called it a very simple process. He loaded the Trap here, opened, unlocked the system, inserted the trap, a red light came on, he released, he closed, he locked the system, he set the entry grid, he neutronized the field. The light switched to the green one. Ray declared the trap was clean and the ghost was incarcerated in their custom-made storage facility. Ray pushed the lever back up and tossed the handle of the Trap. Upstairs, Janine informed Peter about a man from the EPA who came to see him and was waiting in his office. Peter asked what he wanted. Janine told him she did not know but pointed out she had been working two weeks without a break and he promised her he was going to hire more help in the office. The phone rang. Peter remarked someone with her qualifications would have no trouble finding a topflight job in either the food service or housekeeping industries. He walked to his office and asked her if she was going to answer the phone. Janine grumbled she quit better jobs then pressed a button on the phone and snapped at the caller.

Walter Peck waited in Peter's office. He was seated on the couch. Peter entered and asked how he could help him. Peck introduced himself then stood. He continued that he represented the Environmental Protection Agency, the third district. Peter shook his hand and asked how it was going down there. Peck looked at the ectoplasmic residue on his hand and got out his handkerchief. Peter patted his shoulder and left more ectoplasm. Peck noticed it. Peck asked him if he was Peter Venkman. Peter sat at his desk and clarified he was "Dr. Venkman." Peck asked exactly what kind of doctor he was. Peter stated he had Ph.D.'s in parapsychology and psychology. He slightly gestured to his framed degrees on the wall. Peck noted he now caught ghosts. Peter found that acceptable. Peck walked to the office gate and turned around. He asked how many ghosts had been caught. Peter replied he was not at liberty to say. Peck asked where the ghosts went after they were captured. Peck walked a few more steps to the gate. Peter told him they went into a storage facility. Janine peeked at them. Peck asked if the storage facility was located on the premises. Peter confirmed that. Peck asked to see it. Peter said no. Peck asked why not and turned to Peter. Peter revealed he had not used the magic word. Peck pulled up one of the chairs and sat. He asked what was the magic word. Peter was shocked and answered, "Please." Peck sneered and asked if he could please see the storage facility. Peter asked why he wanted to see the storage facility Peck's demeanor changed. Peck admitted he was curious and wanted to know more about the Ghostbusters' operations in order assess for any possible environmental impact like the presence of noxious, possibly hazardous waste chemicals in their basement. Peck demanded to see the storage facility or he would come back with a court order. Peter told him to go get a court order. He stood and told Peck he would sue him for wrongful prosecution. Peck stood up and was face-to-face with Peter. Peck warned Peter he could have it his way.

Meanwhile, down in the basement, Egon revealed his alarming findings and admitted he was worried. He revealed it was getting crowded in the the Containment Unit and all his recent data pointed to something big on the horizon. Winston took a cigarette. Ray lit his cigarette then held a light for Winston. Winston asked Egon what he meant by "big." Egon explained with a Twinkie and used it to represent the normal amount of psychokinetic energy in the New York area. Egon estimated that morning's sample indicated the Twinkie was 35 feet long weighing approximately 600 pounds. Ray coughed hard. Winston remarked, "That's a big Twinkie." Egon nodded and took a bite of the Twinkie. Peter came down the stairs. Ray believed they could be on the verge of a four-fold crossrip, a P.K.E. surge of incredible and even dangerous proportions. Peter walked over to the Containment Unit. He mentioned they had a visit from the Environmental Protection Agency then asked how the was grid holding up. Ray remarked not good. Winston gestured from Peter to Egon and implored him to talk about the Twinkie. Peter turned to them and was concerned. He inquired about the Twinkie.

On a Thursday night, a Police Sergeant knocked on the front door of the Firehouse. Janine Melnitz answered the door. She asked him if he was dropping off or picking up. The sergeant answered he was dropping off. She told him to wait just a moment. Janine closed the inner door. A paddy wagon was parked outside the Firehouse. A short time later, Egon Spengler came outside with Janine. The sergeant asked Egon if he was a Ghostbuster. Egon confirmed he was. The sergeant explained they picked up a perp but they had no idea what to do with him because Bellevue Hospital refused him and he was concerned about placing him in the lock-up. He knew about the Ghostbusters and figured they should confer with them. Egon agreed to weigh in. They walked over to the rear of the paddy wagon. Louis was in the van in a straight jacket. Louis wearily asked Egon if he was the Gatekeeper. Egon scanned Louis with the P.K.E. Meter and watched as the readings quickly surged. Egon turned it off and turned to the sergeant and suggested they better bring him into the Firehouse. The sergeant nodded. Janine wrapped around one of his arms as they walked back to the Firehouse. The officer inside and the sergeant lifted Louis, as he stood in place, out of the van. Janine told Egon he was so kind to take care of that man and called him a real humanitarian. Egon remarked he do not think Louis was human. Janine turned her head to look at Louis as they entered the Firehouse.

Egon interviewed Louis on the second floor. Louis was hooked up to Aura-Video Analyzer. The helmet he wore was once a normal colander. The screen displayed the image of a Terror Dog. Egon stared at the screen and turned it off. He asked Louis what he said his name was. Louis replied he was Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer. Janine looked at Louis's wallet and told Egon his name was Louis Tully and he lived on Central Park West. Janine held the wallet out to Egon. He took it and looked at it. Louis mimicked Egon and also extended his arm to take it. Janine offered Louis some coffee. Louis asked Egon if he did. Egon told him, "Yes, have some." Louis repeated what Egon said. Janine made a face and walked over to the kitchen area. Egon placed the wallet in a coat pocket and sat down. There was a lot of drinks and food on the dining table. Egon recalled Vinz talked about waiting for a sign and asked him what the sign was. Louis answered it was the coming of Gozer in one of the pre-chosen forms. He reminisced about some of Gozer's past conquests. There was the Rectification of the Vuldronaii, when the Traveler came as a large and moving Torb. Egon looked towards Janine. He also recalled during the Third Reconciliation of the Last of the Meketrex Supplicants, they chose a new form for him, that of a giant Sloar. Janine looked back at Egon. Vinz chuckled at the thought of how many Shubs and Zulls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of a Sloar that day. Janine called Egon and gestured him to come over. The Cheez Its box was on the table near Egon. Egon excused himself and walked over to Janine. She told him there was something very strange about Louis. Louis sniffed a clear jar of popcorn as he rotated it. Janine admitted she was usually very psychic, and she had a terrible feeling that something awful was going to happen to Egon. Louis wiped his left cheek with a pizza slice. Janine revealed she believed he was going to die. She went into Egon's arms. He looked up and placed his right arm around her.

The phone rang. Louis jumped and looked around. Egon quickly picked up the phone. Louis picked up the base of the phone. Egon took it from him. The call was from Peter. Egon thanked Louis for his help. Peter announced he had some news from the world of Gozer. Egon asked Peter what it was. Peter informed Egon he was with Dana and Gozer made some moves on his would-be girlfriend. Egon asked how she was doing. Peter quipped he thought they could get her a guest shot on Wild Kingdom then revealed he just whacked her up with about 300 cc's of Thorazine. Peter noted she was saying she was the Gatekeeper and asked Egon if that made any sense to him. Egon revealed he just met the Keymaster. Louis lifted up the coffee pot and took a drink. Peter thought that was wonderful and they should get them together. Louis with his mouth full, made an odd but cheery face at them. Janine was now sitting next to Egon. Egon thought that would be extraordinarily dangerous. Peter relented and advised Egon to hold onto the Keymaster and he would head back to the Firehouse. Egon liked the idea and placed the phone back on the receiver. Louis walked over and gave Egon a frying pan. Egon thanked him then turned to Janine and stressed they needed to find Ray and get him back immediately. Louis picked up a lamp and gave it to Egon.

On Friday morning, Walter Peck returned to Firehouse with documents, a Con Edison Man, and a Police Captain. The police captain stepped in through an inner door on the front door followed by the Con Edison worker and Peck. The Con Edison worked closed the inner door. Peck told them to follow him. They walked on. The Con Edison worker looked up at everything and lost pace with them. Janine cut them off. Janine held out her left hand to stop but they kept walking. She kept saying, "Excuse me" but they kept walking. She asked them where they thought they were going. Peck told her to stand aside or he would have her arrested for interfering with a police officer. She cut him off and recalled from TV that he needed a warrant, a writ or something to come inside. Peck raised the manila envelope and listed off the contents: A Cease and Desist All Commerce order, a Seizure of Premises and Chattels, a Ban on the Use of Public Utilities for Non-Licensed Waste Handlers, and a federal Entry and Inspection order. They continued on. Janine stared.

Egon Spengler looked through parts on a shelf in the basement. Louis Tully was with him. Egon told him there was one more test he wanted to perform. Peck, the police captain, and the Con Edison man came down the stairs. Janine ran down the steps after them and beat the Con Edison man. Janine told Egon she tried to stop them but Peck said he had a warrant. Egon held out his right arm. Louis mimicked him. Egon stated they were on private property. Peck ignored him and pointed at the Containment Unit and the panels then ordered everything to be shut off. Egon pointed at them and warned turning off the machines would be extremely hazardous. Louis mimicked Egon and pointed, too. Peck was not swayed and told him the Ghostbusters were facing federal prosecution for at least half a dozen environmental violations. He again ordered Egon to shut everything off and threatened they would shut them off for him if he did not. Egon, Janine, and Louis were now planted in front of the control panels. Egon tried to explain it was a high voltage laser containment system and simply turning it off would be like dropping a bomb on the city. Peck thought was being patronizing and stated he was not grotesquely stupid like the people they bilked. The Con Edison man stared at the Containment Unit.

Peter Venkman came down the stairs. He softly patted the police captain on the back. The captain turned his head to Peter. Peter introduced himself and tried to defuse the situation by stressing it was a slight misunderstanding and he would cooperate in any way that he could. Peck was not buying it and pointed out he had his chance to cooperate but chose to have fun and be insulting. Peck declared it was his turn. Egon informed Peter that Peck wanted to shut down the protection grid. Louis looked at Egon with a slight grin. Peter quickly stated they were not going to be held responsible. Peter and Peck began talking at the same time. Peck told him they were going to be held responsible. Peter disagreed. Peck ordered the Con Edison worker to shut it off. Peck walked to the Con Edison man. Peter told him not to. The Con Edison man turned to Peter and Peter pointed his right index at the Containment Unit. Peter warned him. The Con Edison worker pointed out he never saw anything like the Containment Unit before and he was unsure. Peck was not interested in his opinion and told him to just shut it off. With unease on his face, he turned to walk to the control panels. Peter got in the Con Edison Man's face and told him not to be a jerk. The police captain leaned in and made space between the two. The captain ordered Peter to step aside. Peck told the captain if he did that again, he could shoot him. The captain took offense to being told how to do his job. Peter thanked the captain. Peck yelled at the Con Edison worker to shut the grid off. The Con Edison man looked at Peck then the captain then at Peck again. Peter looked over to Egon. The Con Edison Man went to the control panels. Egon stepped away and mimed an explosion with his fingers and mouthed "Boom." Peter, Egon, and Janine made their way to the stairs. Louis watched the Con Edison Man up close. The Con Edison Man pulled a gray lever down. The lights dimmed and several alarms went off. The red light above the Containment Unit flashed.

The D.C. Microamperes gauge plummeted from 100 to 0. The Con Edison worker, police captain, and Peck looked around. The Con Edison worker realized he made a terrible mistake and swore. The walls of the basement rumbled. Peck backed away. Steam erupted from between the bricks. The Con Edison worker ran. Louis was thrilled. Everyone ran for it. Bricks popped out of their place. As everyone ran outside, Egon yelled out to anyone else to clear the building. Louis ran out last. Sparks and smoke poured out of the front doors. The roof exploded. People around the area paused and looked at the Firehouse. A pink beam of psychokinetic energy streamed out of the hole in the Firehouse's roof. People ran off. Peter shielded his face and exclaimed. Louis proclaimed that was the sign. He walked past Janine, who stood in front of the Con Edison van. She agreed it was a sign, a sign they were going out of business. Ecto-1 slowly drove up with its siren on and parked on the street. A crowd gathered behind the police barricades at N. Moore and Varick. Ray and Winston finally returned from a call. Police officers and fire fighters converged on the Firehouse. Ray hopped over to Peter and Egon by the Con Edison van and red car. Ray asked Egon what happened. Egon informed him the storage facility blew, pointed at Peck, and revealed Peck had the protection grid shut off. Ray was beside himself. Winston guessed that was bad. Ray confirmed and nodded. Peter asked where the Keymaster went. Egon swore and could not believe they lost him. The Ghostbusters were about to take off in search of Louis but Peck, the Police Captain and some police officers barred their way. Fire fighters from 509 had arrived and readied a hose. Peck ran to the Ghostbusters and told them to hold it. Peck wanted the Ghostbusters arrested. He told the captain they were in criminal violation of the Environmental Protection Act, and the explosion was a direct result of it. Egon exclaimed, "Your mother!" in response then lunged forward and grabbed Peck's collar. Police tried to keep order. The civilians behind the barricade cheered on the scuffle. Peter chimed in and asked if the police heard what Peck called him.

Ghostbusters II

The second floor and presumable the basement underwent several changes between 1984 and 1989. The second floor's lab and kitchen area have new layouts. Louis' desk is placed between Janine's and the garage bay on the first floor. There is a room used to process photographs and a R&D room but on which floor they are located is never specified.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

The Firehouse is the central hub in The Video Game. In the Terminal Reality Version, in several cutscenes, the Firehouse is shown. In the Redfly Studios version of the game, the building is much more simplified, consisting of the main floor (complete with Ecto-1), the basement (complete with non-interactive containment grid, Insulting Vigo, and Tobin's Spirit Guide), and the Upstairs Portion (Egon's lab for all intents and purposes).

In the upper Floors, the player can slide down the fire-pole, replay past missions, and view the interactive credit sequence. In the Garage, the player can continue the mission by visiting the Ecto-1. There is also a large sub-basement storage area which appears to have been an old abandoned subway platform, complete with a partially bricked up rail tunnel. The Firehouse itself is full of "easter eggs" and callbacks to the two films, including two pairs of old/spare car doors from Ecto-1, the outdoor sign with the "Ghostbusters II" logo, a P.K.E. Meter nearly identical to the design used in "The Real Ghostbusters" cartoon and several disc shaped traps that bare a resemblance to the ones from "The Extreme Ghostbusters" cartoon.

Secondary Canon History

Prime Dimension

Winston Zeddemore found the Ghostbusters' help wanted ad in the classifieds after he quit a construction job and set up an interview with Janine Melnitz. After they shook hands, Janine asked if he found the Firehouse easily enough. Winston noted he saw the sign. Janine was pleased since the guys were always worried no one would notice it. After a long day, Janine was too tired to go through Winston's resume and told him to tell her about his background. Winston barely finished listing his six years in the Marine Corps and a little construction when Janine stopped him and mused she was hearing him say he could lift a hundred pounds. Winston thought the ad said 70. Janine was pleased he was good at comprehension and recall. She had a good feeling about him but warned she had to ask him the next part and asked him not to look at her like she was crazy. Janine asked him if he believed in UFOs, astral projections, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness Monster, and the theory of Atlantis. Winston was kind of stunned but replied as long as there was a steady paycheck in it, he would believe anything she said. Ray hired him on the spot.

Not even half an hour later, Ray taught Winston how to empty a Trap into the Containment Unit. Next, Ray took Winston up to the roof for a brief tutorial on using the Proton Pack. In 15 minutes, he shot three pumpkins each on the first try. Winston believed people down on the street below wouldn't like pumpkin guts raining down on them. Ray assured him it was just another quirky part of the city they loved. A citizen shouted up at them to stop it. Ray yelled back it was for science. The citizen told him to eat his science. Ray replied he did so every Thanksgiving for dessert then turned back to Winston and told him he really picked up on the nuances of the pack even faster than he'd hoped and concluded he was ready for field work. Winston was bewildered and didn't think he had enough training with the weapon. Ray corrected him it was a tool. Winston was not confident he had enough training to be safe with it. Ray brought up his control of the Proton Stream and great aim then leveled with him. They were going to get even busier soon and needed him to hit the ground running. About two days later, the Ghostbusters got a call from Excelsior State University. As they suited up, Peter told Winston to never let the customer think the bust was a cakewalk, especially if it was, and no haggling. Egon informed Winston he added a vibration function to the P.K.E. Meter handle to direct him and the arms raised higher when an entity was in close proximity. Egon also warned him to never push two buttons at the same time. Winston asked if he would be electrocuted. Egon went with that. As Ray got into the driver's seat of Ecto-1, he told Winston he was going to fit in great. He also wanted to discuss his theories about Sasquatch migration in the Pacific Northwest and how it tied into extraterrestrial visitation patterns at a later time. Winston reluctantly agreed to it.

At some point after Winston was hired, Roger Delacorte went to the Firehouse out of desperation and pleaded his case with Janine. Janine tried to tell them how busy the Ghostbusters had become. Roger noted he left several messages but Janine informed him she took them and passed along all messages to the Ghostbusters. She emphasized they were incredibly busy. Ray and Peter happened to return from a bust at the Consulate General of Canada of New York but hit a snag with payment because the Canadian government had to approve first. Ray recognized Roger. Roger apologized for the intrusion then informed him the situation with the Library ghost had gotten worse. Peter changed out of his flightsuit and told Roger to make an appointment because preferential treatment was beneath them. Ray scolded him. Peter insisted something had to be. Roger told Ray the ghost was actively harassing the patrons. Peter finally remembered he was from the public library and admitted he would love another crack. He told Ray to make him deal and considered 18 or 20 percent. Roger was crestfallen and admitted their budgetary discretion was limited. Ray recalled he was a big help to them early on in their studies and promised they would finish what they started if he could get them into the library after hours. Rebecca Morales visited Winston at the Firehouse and interviewed him for her book about the Ghostbusters while he worked on Ecto-1. He noted Peter had the gift of gab. Janine told her he might sometimes leap before he looks.

The Firehouse suffered occasional incursions from various entities, Fred, Koza'Rai, and a Zombie. Egon and Kylie battled the Terror Birds on the first floor for about 10 minutes then worked to safely extract them from Dana and Louis. They re-examined them again on the second floor. The other Ghostbusters soon returned and found Vigo was back in his painting. Because of his lapses on the field, Ray was taken to the laboratory on the second floor and subjected to the Aura Video-Analyzer. Peter and Dana had a one-on-one talk as Egon studied Ray's data. However, Ray became possessed and rose up into mid-air causing equipment to malfunction and overheat.

Egon, Peter, and Winston tried in vain to free Ray from possession by Gozer and Tiamat. After they were soundly defeated, Gozer went down to the basement to extract his captured essence from the Containment Unit. The unit's biometric security prevented him from gaining access. Peter, Egon, and Winston caught up and managed to wrangle him before he could attack the unit. However, Tiamat took over and dented the unit's hull. Powerless to stop Tiamat with their equipment, the Ghostbusters were at an impasse. Winston offered himself as a sacrifice and tore live wires from a panel. Ray and Egon manually vented the Containment Unit to prevent the catastrophic explosion. As a consequence, Ellen Gold was released. She immediately tried to manifest familiar surroundings but due to being a long distance away from the original Wander Hills Orphanage, Gold wasn't completely successful. [4] Peter, Egon, and Ray set out to recapture Gold and later the Crybaby Ghost. Once Gold was trapped, the basement returned to normal.

At some point, a proximity alarm was added to go off when something paranormal got close to the Firehouse perimeter. [5] Egon, Donatello, Ray, and April O'Neil started work on building another Interspatial Teleportation Unit while the others set off for a third battle with Chi-You. Once they returned with Casey Jones, he was given a quick examination. Egon and Donatello continued working on the teleporter. Ray, April, and Kylie worked on an EMP device to sever the connection between Chi-You and his thralls in one move. The others simply waited. Chi-You ordered his thralls to attack the exterior of the Firehouse. Even the signage was ripped down and damaged. They kicked down the Firehouse doors and drew most of the Ghostbusters and Turtles to the first floor. In the meantime, Chi-You teleported to the second floor and prevented Ray, April, and Kylie from activating their Electromagnetic Pulse Emitter. Casey triggered the pulse and changed the thralls back to normal. The Ghostbusters and Turtles converged on Chi-You upstairs while Egon and Donatello raced to stabilize the containment grid after their test of the Interspatial Teleportation Unit hit a snag. The battle raged on when Chi-You possessed Winston but was exorcised by Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael's efforts. Peter ended the battle and trapped Chi-You. A short while later, everyone gathered in the basement for a sending off.

The Ghostbusters went down to the basement and monitored Ray's journey to the alternate team's home dimension. After learning the controlling entity was Proteus, they went back to the second floor and conducted research on him. Almost everyone. Ray analyzed the P.K.E. readings he took and found a weakness to exploit, potential susceptibility to quantum interruption. The Egons and Rays went down to the garage bay and worked on Proton Grenades and Proton Packs over the next hour. The Cerberus Manifestation crossed over and arrived on Varick and Moore. It crashed through the Firehouse onto the second floor. Kylie activated the Wall-Trap to distract it. All of the Ghostbusters reunited downstairs and suited up. They opened fire on the manifestation but it resisted. Kylie grabbed the Megatrap and managed to capture enough of it's P.K.E. to reduce its form to ash. However, Proteus had also arrived. He stood atop the Ecto-1 in the garage bay.

Proteus blasted away the bottom half of the stairwell leading up to the second floor, punched a massive hole through the second floor, decimating the recreation area, and caused more damage after he dropped down and stomped the garage bay. Repairs continued on the Firehouse. The one piece of good news was the integrity of the Containment Unit was maintained. However, the damage caused by Proteus still needed a massive amount of money and effort to repair. Egon even proposed a serious discussion about decentralizing operations to their other properties. A policeman named Brent Mitchell arrived at the front door looking for the Ghostbusters on account of the phones being disconnected. They took off for Staten Island to look into a weird break-in. Shortly after the Staten Island case, the last few repairs were almost done. The Paranormal Contracts Oversight Commission erred on the side of safety to comply with and keep the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) satisfied. [6] While most of the Ghostbusters were on Poveglia on assignment by Erland Vinter, Janine conducted interviews at the Firehouse for the open position on her support staff. She had Kylie let in the first applicants at 2 pm. Two hours later, Kylie brough some Pequod's to Janine and Jenny as they went over applications.

Peter, Ray, and Winston returned home from their assignments abroad in Europe and joined the staff on the third floor to review footage sent over to the Firehouse from Egon's apartment after a captured Gulper Ghost was freed. They were stunned to see Egon's apparent demise. While Kylie and Melanie checked out the apartment and Peter irritated Janine, the others conducted research on the Rauoskinna mentioned on the video. Egon's research was found in a logbook but they still needed an Egon to interpret it. Peter, Winston, and Janine went through the Interspatial Teleportation Unit to the parallel dimension occupied by the Ghostbusters they recently met. While Kylie, Jenny, and Melanie waited, a Granny Gross ghost crossed over from the portal. Melanie distracted it while Kylie and Jenny ran off to grab some equipment. Peter, Winston, Janine, and parallel Egon happened to return soon after and captured the ghost. After reading the logbook and listening to accounts of recent cases, the parallel Egon affirmed they were likely being manipulated into finding the Rauoskinna. Kaia May appeared and verified they were pawns of Erland Vinter and his master Loftur Þorsteinsson. She gave them a list of possible locations for a key and map to the Rauoskinna and issued them a deal, the Rauoskinna for Egon's restoration.

While the Ghostbusters left New York with Kylie, Melanie, parallel Egon to search for the key and Map to Nikulausson's Tomb, Janine and Jenny were left to respond to the cases. Kevin was left in charge of the Firehouse in the meantime. 36 hours after the key and map were found, Kylie finished drawing the map in the lab from memory after she had to destroy the original. The Ghostbusters returned from Iceland with the Rauoskinna in their possession. While it was studied, the parallel dimension Egon took the off time to study the city's P.K.E. readings and was fascinated with the similarities and differences between dimensions. A day and a half later, Winston needed a breather from the Rauoskinna research and went to the roof. He found parallel Egon looking at readings. Winston admitted the last couple of years were crazy. Egon inquired what he meant. Winston talked about how things had escalated from everyday busts to gods and alternate dimensions. Egon shared he was of the firm belief that challenges increased to match one's capabilities and to consider otherwise would be to accept stagnation and/or irrelevance. Winston remarked he was starting to sound like his old commanding officer. Egon shared something he wondered about since their first encounter - if they both faced the same Gozer or not and if Gozer's defeat created a splintered multiverse and ripple effects they were still feeling. He reassured Winston they led a more extraordinary life than most and that came with extraordinary ups and downs. Winston asked if he had any regrets about the job. He admitted he missed teaching.

Meanwhile, in the lab, Kylie, Ray, and Jenny continued looking over the Rauoskinna. Ray speculated the real book itself was the real key to the spells it contained like a magic wand. Kylie stopped Jenny from reading a spell aloud and warned her she could have triggered an apocalypse-level event or summon a powerful entity. Ray was keen on ferreting out relevant pages and hoped they would find something about finding Egon. At 5:48 pm, Ray was called up by Kevin downstairs and forwarded a call from Loftur. Loftur told him he wanted to meet with the Ghostbusters in Central Park near Umpire Park at midnight. After they were returned to New York by Aibell, the Ghostbusters ran a standard analysis on Egon and asked what he remembered about his death. It was interrupted by a case in the Bronx. As Ecto-1 departed, Egon smiled and remarked it was good to be back.

In the fall, Janine was in an exceptionally irritated state from being stuck doing inventory. She was paid a visit by her niece, Cait Banner and one of Cait's friends, Zoe Zawadzki. Cait tried to get Janine to bump the family of another of her friends, Evan Torres, up the wait list but failed. Janine cited the principle of triage and the Ghostbusters had to deal with the worst cases first. She left the room to answer a call. Cait and Zoe improvised and stole a P.K.E. Meter and Trap. Cait, Zoe, and Evan were later given a tour of the Firehouse. Peter recruited them to help out with a prank. He had them hid a walkie talkie Radio behind the Paranormal Containment Research Tank. Ray later took them to the second floor and introduced them to Slimer. They asked what it used to be. Egon and Kylie provided some theories then Ray found a passage from Funder's Cults of the Northeast he thought was tied to Slimer's origin. Ray, Egon, and Kylie were amazed when Slimer spoke and proclaimed he was once a king. Egon was irate when Slimer revealed it was given his stash of snack cakes by Ray as part of an experiment. They hurried off to document the revelation. Peter paid off the teenagers for helping out with the prank.

One week after an incident on Coney Island, Ray lectured Cait, Zoe, and Evan on primary spectral classification. After an hour and a half, Ray got to the difference between a Class 3 and a Class 4 but Kylie informed him he was needed for a meeting with Peck downstairs. While Peck spoke with the Ghostbusters about a massive fine imposed by the EPA for getting Coney drenched in Psychomagnotheric Slime, Kylie sneaked the 101 students into the basement and showed them the Interspatial Teleportation Unit. A ghost tried to access the open portal and cross over but Kylie shut off the unit in time. Kylie decided to reveal the secrets of the third floor refrigerator next and touted it as information that could save their lives someday. Janine and Kevin reviewed the Ghostbusters 101 commercial at the front desk. Janine couldn't believe Peter was going through with his idea and became agitated just thinking of the inundation of legalities and stupid phone calls she would have to endure. Janine and Kevin were interrupted by the arrival of Dr. Carla Parker and her son Garrett Parker. To her surprise, Peter arranged for Garrett to be added to Ray's trio of students. While Carla and Janine went over the paperwork, Kevin introduced Garrett to Cait, Evan, and Zoe who were being lectured by Jenny upstairs on detecting Class 4 Semi-Corporeal entities with P.K.E. Meters. Jenny agreed to a break so Cait, Zoe, and Evan could give Garrett a tour of the Firehouse but warned them to show him what not to touch and to stay away from anything that could explode. They headed to the basement and opened a portal with the Interspatial Teleportation Unit. A large yellow ghost reached from the other side and grabbed Garrett. Zoe was able to close the portal and severed two of the ghost's limbs in the process. Janine entered the basement and became very, very angry about what just transpired.

After news broke of twin Statues of Liberty one afternoon, Jillian Holtzmann headed to the Firehouse and found Abby Yates, Patty Tolan, and Erin Gilbert outside. Curious about the other Ghostbusters on TV, they went inside to get started with diagnostic equipment but immediately noticed the interior was nowhere like their Firehouse. Kevin Tanaka peeked out from the office and greeted them. Erin demanded to know what he did with Kevin. Kevin stated he was Kevin. Erin flipped out. Patty intervened. Egon addressed them from the top of the stairs with Beckman. He was excited about getting to name a ghost Kevin Junior. Holtzmann quickly raced up the stairs and asked Egon about his hair-do. The two teams gathered on the second floor. Egon took a reading of Abby and confirmed her dimensional frequency was in a pronounced state of flux. Ray explained they met travelers from other dimensions before and decided it would be better to show than tell. They headed down to the basement and demonstrated the teleportation unit. Ray invited Holtzmann to interact with the open portal. She placed her hand through and her hand reappeared above her arm. Egon explained it verified the frequency fluctuation indicated their respective dimensions were in a state of overlap. Abby was still skeptical and asked for further proof like a control in an experiment. Egon brought up the portal to the dimension of the Ghostbusters who were pursued by Proteus. She quickly stuck her head through and observed that dimension's Peter and Egon discussing missing cheese. Holtzmann noticed the No Ghost logo. Ray and Egon shared their theory about seeding the Multiverse with the idea of Ghostbusters when the team crossed the streams on Gozer's temple years ago. Patty recalled the name "Zuul" and asked if her team was going to end up fighting Gozer someday. Peter circled the conversation back to the overlap problem. As they walked upstairs, Ray requested "samples" from the other team. Holtzmann answered the front desk phone and took up a new case.

The majority of the two teams departed for Ellis Island on Marine Ecto-8. Kylie presented some reference material to Abby on the second floor while Egon carried in some equipment . Abby tried some out and noticed it was saying the P.K.E. was building up in pressure and was close to releasing it. A noticeable tremor rocked the Firehouse. Kevin Beckman notified them that some of the materials from his dimension's Firehouse showed up downstairs. Some time later, Beckman called Ray's phone at about the time the threat on Ellis Island was neutralized. He informed Ray he tagged everything from his dimension's Firehouse so no one would get confused. Janine grabbed the phone and told Ray he was telling everyone who called the same thing. She informed Ray that Egon and Abby were out collecting data while Melanie Ortiz was on her way from the west coast as soon as she could get a flight. Ray told Janine they cleared Ellis Island and asked her to call the Fire Department on the special line as soon as possible. Several buildings were on fire.

A few days later, Peck demanded a comprehensive update from a Ghostbuster. Holtzmann couldn't resist the opportunity to mess with an uptight bureaucrat and pretended she could steal his soul with a kiss because she was from another dimension. Egon, Ray, Kylie, and Erin, Abby were interviewing and scanning Cait, Zoe, Evan, and Garrett upstairs on the second floor. Egon, Ray, and Kylie concluded it was a three part problem. They had to sever the Bronx Spook's connection to the Manhattan Ley Lines, draw it fully into their dimension and trap it, and seal the breach with a controlled explosion. Erin noticed Abby walked off into another room. Abby was feeling sorry for herself with the new knowledge there was a multiverse full of teams of Ghostbusters and she felt a little less unique. Erin cheered her up and Abby got an idea to salvage her team's Containment Unit and use as a means to trap the ghost. They began working on incorporating it into a new vehicle. Holtzmann naturally freaked out upon returning from a case and seeing her invention in pieces. Ray briefed Peter, Winston, Patty, and Holtzmann on what the plan was.

The number of canceled and diverted airplane flights to New York began to increase as the dimensional bleed incident continued. With little choice, Agent Melanie Ortiz drove from Missouri to New York. She arrived at the Firehouse and initially mistook Jillian Holtzmann for a fellow agent based in Boston. Holtzmann filled her in on how Ray's 101 pilot team's unauthorized use of the teleportation unit caused the two dimensions to merge. Kylie finished programming the Ultimate Mobile Trap's horn to sound like Debarge. Melanie turned to Kylie for more information. She confessed it was her fault she showed the cadets the unit. Melanie called up Agent Holtzmann and had her talk to her counterpart. Abby introduced herself while Kylie explained the multi-part plan to trap the Bronx Spook and split their dimensions. Janine was happy to see Melanie and asked her to help deal with the phones.

Ray and Egon attempted to recalibrate the sensor array set-up on the Dimensional Inverter on the second floor. As soon as Ray finished using some needle nose pliers, the Inverter sensed an extra-dimensional incursion and activated its alarm. They were surprised to see Donatello cross over. Donatello quickly explained he and his brothers were attacked by strange entities. The strange entities, the Collectors, crossed over and grabbed Donatello. They recognized Ray and Egon. After shrugging off a Proton Stream, the Collectors warned them not to interfere or they would turn their attention back to them. Peter and Winston were called up for a meeting. Egon revealed the Collectors left behind trace ectoplasm that would yield the dimensional frequency of their limbo dimension. Ray hinted he already had an idea on how to deal with the Collectors. Over a period of roughly three weeks, they formulated a plan and devised new technology to aid them, Remote Portal Access Bands to allow them to open portals in the field and Experimental Mental Communications Devices to temporarily camouflage Donatello's presence. Peter, Ray, and Winston went through the Interspatial Teleportation Unit to the Collectors' Limbo and instructed only Donatello to go through. Egon explained the situation as they went up to the third floor. Egon revealed he needed Donatello's knowledge of transdimensional mechanics to construct a permanent means of containment for the Collectors. To compound things, Egon turned Donatello's attention to a simulation he was running. The others had less than a day before they would be captured.

Donatello admitted he was amazed with how much Egon and Ray modified his original design for the teleportation unit as well as with inventing the access bands. Egon admitted a drawback of the technology was it stirred up P.K.E. and attracted ghosts. He clarified he needed Donatello's unmodified design to recreate the portal technology and combine it with the Traps to directly transport the four Collectors into the Containment Unit. Donatello got an idea on how to prevent the Collectors from escaping before they could trap them. While they worked on the Trap-Gate, Donatello's Communications Device went haywire and he suffered neural confusion with Winston. He briefly gleaned the Collectors breaching dimensions. Janine entered the room with a delivery from Kung Fu Hustle Supply Emporium. Donatello revealed his idea was to build proton-powered ninja arsenal. Egon and Donatello left for the Warehouse to test their prototypes then hurried back to modify the Trap-Gate. Donatello finished soldering the Trap-Gate and completed boosting it five fold. Egon reminded him they had to capture all four Collectors. Donatello reassured him they were ready thanks to the Proton Weapons then probed him about his death again. Egon stated he would have preferred a robot was involved then admitted he would have been preferred to been restored to life by technology than by a god. He decided it was time to contact the others. Donatello checked the access band trackers and realized they were all in the same place. Fearing they were recaptured, they rushed down from the third floor to the basement and used the teleportation unit. Donatello went through with his Proton Weapon.

The Turtles, Peter, Ray, and Winston crossed over back to the Firehouse basement, where Egon and Janine were waiting. Michelangelo hugged Janine and told her about seeing his mother. Donatello cut the reunion short and handed out Proton Weapons then explained the plan. Egon performed calculations and determined the odds were in favor of the Collectors manifesting in Central Park near W 63rd. A short time after the Collectors were trapped, they returned to the Firehouse and said their goodbyes. Ray reassured Raphael the Containment Unit would keep the Collectors imprisoned. Winston reminded Leonardo to try and not put the whole world on his shoulders. Peter gave Michelangelo a copy of "A Beginner's Guide to Psychology." Donatello promised Egon he would send over a detailed set of data on the Metalhead experiment once he figured out where it all was. Janine asked them to say hello to April for her. The Turtles departed for home through the Interspatial Teleportation Unit once again.

Jenny started research on an entity the Ghostbusters encountered in the City Water Tunnel No. 3. She pointed out to Ray that he could have showered at home. Ray contended the Firehouse had better water pressure. Going on the fact the ghost had a head shaped like a pumpkin and an Irish accent, Jenny focused on a ghost that manifested during the festival of Samhain. Once Ray came out of the shower, she presented a page from "A Book of Pagan Rituals" to him that had an old drawing that resembled the ghost. She felt his head looked more like a turnip. Ray consulted "The Old Book of Magic" and learned the ghost wasn't seen in centuries and was believed to have been banished by a druid that learned its real name. Ray remembered the druids didn't have a tradition of writing so the ghost's real name was lost and hoped their modern arsenal was comparable. Jenny warned him to be careful. Ron interrupted them and suggested putting her into the Containment Unit for safekeeping. Jenny was surprised and asked why he was paying them a visit. Ron joked about her going easy with the cold shoulder because it was bringing down the room temperature and it was bad for the skin then pointed out Ray wasn't wearing any pants and only had a towel on. Jenny became angry and red and went through the wall and cabinets. Ray stated she was still sensitive about her condition. He pointed out Ron wasn't due for another week for proton equipment recertification. Ron insisted he had a life and coming a week early was the most convenient for him. Ray reminded him it was a condition of his pardon and he didn't have a say in it. The alarm sounded off. Since Peter and Winston weren't answering, Ron came along as the fourth with Ray, Egon, and Kylie.

As a result of being in direct contact during Connla's dispersal, a latent mental link was forged. In the few days before Connla's reconstitution, Kylie had a precognitive dream while she slept in the Ray's Occult Books office. In the dream, she and the four original Ghostbusters were surrounded by Connla's Army. Connla declared the veil to the other side would open permanently, more armies would come, and night would last forever. She awoke and went to the Firehouse to share details of the dream with the others. Egon noticed strange readings picked up by the Dream Analyzer Helmet but lied to her they were normal to assuage her fears. Kylie admitted she felt physical sensations during the dream. Egon asserted no matter what, they took dreams seriously. Peter contended he never took his seriously. Janine added they all learned that lesson already. Peter brought up the ghost had an Irish accent and hinted at a connection to Kylie like with Janine and the Draugar. Egon doubted it. Kylie revealed her great-grandfather chose her family's surname when he immigrated to America because it had a good ring to it. She realized something and ran off to double check her theory. Janine yelled out to leave the helmet on the front desk. She sighed and reckoned Ray had too much of an influence on her. Peter thought Egon was more to blame. With knowledge of the army coming, Egon went to work preparing for the possibility. He dug out a Remote Portal Access Band from a box. On Friday, at 3 pm, Ron continued complaining about Egon and Ray's wildly accurate calculations while Winston tried to finish maintenance on Ecto-1. He was naturally working Winston's last nerve. Ron wished Connla would hurry up and rematerialize. The alarm sounded. The Ghostbusters, Kylie, and Ron left for Liberty Island.

Ray was excited and a little nervous to finally conduct an experiment aimed at observing the interior of the Containment Unit. He hoped it tapped into a pocket dimension like the unit of their counterparts' in Dimension 68-R, the Real Ghostbusters. Egon turned a valve and insisted they still needed to be very careful. He didn't care to speculate how many days they were without incident. Ray emphasized it was a lot and stipulated as long as there was no direct connection to the Containment Unit when they fired up the dimensional portal, everything would stay perfectly copacetic. The interdimensional transport array was left on since it was running a diagnostic to sync up the monitoring equipment. It was okay as long as no one activated the portal and Containment Unit at the same time. Ray left a note just to be safe then he and Egon left to eat. Peter later tried to deposit the captured Phyllis Hasskamp but unbeknownst to him and the others, Ron and Holtzmann built their own Remote Access Teleportation Unit that piggybacked off the original teleportation unit in the basement and tested it. Before Peter could turn it off, the basement was enveloped in a white flash.

Peter was taken to a hospital a few blocks away. Ron and Holtzmann were reprimanded, for their part in the explosion, by Egon, Ray, and Winston on the third floor. Ron tried to claim he was forced to make matters into his own hands because Ray and Egon were never going to share the dimensional technology and pinned the blame on them. Winston heard enough and grabbed Rob by the collar. Holtzmann intervened and admitted the real reason she partnered with Ron was to use the technology to find more people she could identify with and expand her "family." They went down to the basement. Ray pointed out the improbable timing of the teleportation unit diagnostic, the remotely accessed portal, and Peter depositing a Trap. He only saw a blown capacitor in the Containment Unit but Egon discovered several major entities were missing. Egon realized the structural integrity was compromised but Gareth Dibello was suddenly released. He took control of a Proton Pack and fired at Holtzmann while the others took cover. The teleportation unit activated and several miniature portals were generated. Dibello flew through one with Holtzmann but she got stuck halfway. Egon and Ray pulled Holtzmann back into the basement, with part of Dibello's arm, just in time before the portal closed. Egon looked at the logs and realized all the missing entities used similar portals to go to other dimensions.

Two days later, the Chicago Ghostbusters volunteered to monitor the Containment Unit in case any more ghosts escaped. After Kevin finished updating Peck on the situation, he returned to the Firehouse to help watch the Containment Unit. Peck went to the Firehouse and became irate at the thought of the situation worsening. Kevin corrected his assessment and calmly said it only got more complicated as usual. He suggested calling the Warehouse if he wanted another update. Peck already did and was annoyed a child answered. Kevin stated they were high school seniors. Peck still qualified that as "child." He didn't like the likelihood they were children operating dangerous equipment unsupervised but circled back to his primary objection about not being satisfactorily updated on the imminent threat which he suspected was rapidly descending into hell in a hand basket. Jenny denied it upon arriving in the garage with six Slimers, the Ghostbusters of Dimension 11-W, the Ghostbusters of Dimension 68-M, and the Ghostbusters of Dimension 68-Q. Peck wanted more information and cited the Mayor as an excuse. Jenny pointed out the Containment Unit was already being monitored and the three teams were at their disposal to go out on any calls. Ray 68-M announced, in Japanese, he was ready to blow a lot of things up. Kevin immediately told Peck he didn't understand him. Peck snapped he already knew what that Ray said then asked about the teleportation unit. Jenny brushed him off and went to retrieve notes for Egon Spengler of Dimension 68-E. Peck hurried up the stairs to the second floor and asked for her honest assessment of how bad it was. Jenny remembered they were still getting check-ins at least. Peck still found it hard to accept that transmissions from and travel to other dimensions was happening. Jenny admitted she was surprised no anonymous government agents ever came to take everything away. Peck revealed he made it clear how easily the Ghostbusters' shoddy technology could end all life on Earth without the proper care and maintenance. Slimer suddenly screamed at the other Slimers flying around. They hid behind Jenny. Jenny was touched Peck was protecting the Ghostbusters in his own way. Peck stated he was protecting the country and reiterated he expected to be appraised with regular check-ins. She suggested he go to the Warehouse and coyly leaned over his shoulder to kiss him. Then the four Slimers kissed him at the same time instead. He swore.

Despite the ghosts being recaptured and the ghosts captured in the team's absence, the Containment Unit was still nearing meltdown. Jenny called the Warehouse from the basement and informed Ray of the developments. She asked him if there were any filled Traps laying around. She estimated one more ghost was needed and the unit was about to blow up. With little choice or time, Jenny sacrificed herself and went into the Containment Unit. It stabilized and returned to normal working order. After a day's worth of work, Egon, Ray, Egon 68-R, and Holtzmann of 80-C finished work on the Containment Observation TV. Once the grid was stable and the monitor was ready, it was turned on. It worked and Ray inputted Jenny's P.K.E. signature. Jenny was found but a Mail Fraud Ghost charged her. Ray was aghast but Holtzmann told him to slow down. Jenny punched out the ghost. Holtzmann declared they were locked in there with her. Ray was relieved and hugged everyone at once. Ray vowed to make sure Jenny's promise they would see each other again would come true. Before Holtzmann left, Egon asked for her thoughts on a new application to old research of his. Holtzmann read his strip of paper but it made no sense. In reality, it was Egon's subliminal messaging code. He reworked it to interrupt any memory of the transdimensional technology. Holtzmann was confused why the Chicken Dance was suddenly stuck in her head. Egon didn't think there were any side effects as far as he knew and planned to show it to Ron next. Ray was satisfied and added they should limit their dimensional travel for the time being.

Two days after a highly charged artifact was confiscated from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ray and Egon hit a dead-end in trying to identify it. There was no mention it in Tobin's Spirit Guide, Spates Catalog, or any of the dozen books they amassed for research. Ray reminded him they were dealing with a time bomb. They couldn't make out the etchings on the tablet either, initially thinking they were Greek. Peter carried in more books that just arrived. He wondered what happened to the interns that did the menial work for them. He tipped Egon's water bottle by mistake. The water oddly flowed in a circle around the tablet. An Atlantean Priest Ghost manifested and spoke in an unknown language. Ray guessed it was Italian. Egon had no idea. The ghost suddenly possessed Egon and asked what happened with the cataclysm of Atlas' Land. Peter deferred to Ray. The ghost decided to see for himself and flew through the window into the city. Peter was undaunted. Ray went on his knees and looked a book. Peter thought the more urgent concern was to track the ghost. Ray told him that would be easy and he was processing what the ghost said. He was referring to Atlantis. Peter, Ray, and Winston departed in Ecto-1. Winston was surprised Atlantis came up again and informed Peter it was one of the interview questions when he applied for the job. Peter was amused and declared he was a nuts like them.

Janine was not pleased Peter pulled a fire alarm at Penn Station to clear out civilians and reminded him that was the kind of stuff she had to smooth over with the city. Egon returned downstairs from taking a shower. Peter reminded her she took the PCOC liaison job because she wanted the extra responsibility. Janine corrected him and stated she wanted the extra money because she wasn't paid what she was worth. Janine shifted back to the topic and asked if the ghost was a threat because she had PCOC reports to file. Peter told her to tell Peck he knew a place when he could file the reports. Egon interrupted them and explained he and Ray believed the ghost intended to summon a primordial being to both attack and destroy Manhattan. Janine was naturally concerned. Egon explained summoning a god wasn't as simple as flipping a switch and they had time on their side. He also already deduced it was attempting the summoning in Battery Park at dawn.

Janine was not pleased to have a giant alien robot standing inside the Firehouse. It was not because he was an alien. She was concerned about him putting holes in the sheet rock because the contractors always ripped them a new one every time they needed repairs. Ectronymous Diamatron claimed he would never damage anything. His left arm accidentally bent a beam. Janine made herself a cup of tea and sarcastically congratulated him. Ectronymous introduced himself. She told him to call her Janine and couldn't believe that was his name. She refused to call him that over and over. Ectronymous couldn't believe it since it was just eight syllables. Peter bet he didn't know anyone with a full name longer than five. Ectotron was at a loss. Peter suggested a change. Janine remembered Robo-Buster was taken and thought of Ectobot. She remembered "Tron" and came up with Ectotron. Ectronymous conceded he could live with that. Janine told him to fix the support beam. He took a knee and asked Ray if she was how all of humanity was: open-minded and unfazed by those who are different. Ray told him Janine was a special case. Starscream phased through the doors and saw differently. He thought humans were all small, soft, and stuck in one shape. Janine was alarmed and reached for the Proton Grenade in her drawer. Winston had her stand down. Starscream was insulted and headed upstairs. Peter elected to keep an eye on him, to Winston's surprise. Peter claimed it was not a habit and he could quit anytime.

Slimer ate some chicken in the Paranormal Containment Research Tank. Starscream modified his size and looked around for technology he could make use of. Starscream was disgusted and called Slimer a bag of human excrement. He believed it was merciful to blast it out of its misery. Starscream's attack deflected off the ionized glass. Peter informed him the glass was impervious to ghosts. Starscream swore he wasn't doing anything. Peter asked him what he was really after. Starscream claimed he just wanted a physical body. Peter told him he didn't believe him. Starscream pointed out how unwise it was to confront him alone without any weapons. Peter countered he was just a ghost. Starscream advised him not to taunt. Peter quipped he wasn't and activated the Wall-Trap with a tap. Starscream screamed as it pulled him in. Peter went downstairs and told Winston he put Starscream in a Trap. Winston asked him why he did that. Peter replied he thought he was the first psychologist who could claim to specialize in analyzing alien robot ghosts. Egon stated he was not an alien. Peter thanked him but pointed out Starscream was sneaky and believed putting him in a Trap until Ectotron contacted his ship was for the better. Egon and Ray finished fixing Ectotron's damaged communicator. Ectotron asked them not to mention to Optimus Prime it was just a loose connection. He successfully contacted The Ark and briefed Optimus about the current situation. Janine answered a call and learned Mr. Colchamiro had another supernatural infestation. Janine was happy to do business with him again but suggesting getting the property cleansed. Ectotron wondered why they were all staring at him. Peter pointed out he was their ride. Ectotron cited Optimus' impending arrival but Peter promised they would be back in no time. He changed into his Ecto-1 vehicle form and took the Ghostbusters to Brooklyn. Peter told him to hit the siren because they liked it. Ectotron sighed and complied.

After an hour long drive from Westchester County, Optimus Prime arrived at the Firehouse but Ectotron was not around. Optimus elected to reverse into the alley next to the Firehouse and enjoy a short rest cycle while he waited. A pair of women saw Optimus, still in vehicle mode, and thought it was fate. They got out their spray cans and tagged him. The Ghostbusters and Ectotron returned some time later. Ectotron was eager to contact Optimus again to see if left The Ark yet. Optimus stepped into the Firehouse. Peter noticed the graffiti all over him and mused when in Rome. Ectotron quieted him and reported they had experienced two separate sentient electrical disturbances in addition to Starscream. Optimus wanted to hear all about it but emphasized Starscream first. Peter went upstairs to get him. Introductions were made. Janine asked Optimus if he needed a towel or some turpentine. Optimus declined but asked her what the phrase "When in Rome" meant. Janine informed him it meant to blend in like the locals. Optimus took it under advisement. Peter returned with news that Starscream was gone.

Dimension 50-S

The Sanctum of Slime Ghostbusters were gone over a week while they were aiding the Ghostbusters of the prime dimension with recapturing entities that escaped their Containment Unit. Upon returning to their home dimension, they requested time off. Conversing at the front desk, Peter was aghast. Alan explained they just got through chasing ghosts in other dimensions, fighting Tiamat in the Collectors' Limbo, and saving the multiverse. Gabriel felt they deserved a day off. Peter wasn't impressed and reminded them his team also saved the multiverse before. Ray added they did so at least a dozen times. Peter recalled they also got paid for it each time. Janine interceded and announced there was a call about a haunted house that appeared out of nowhere in Bayside, Queens. She revealed there was also video online. Peter assigned the case to the SOS team. Alan insisted they just got back and were exhausted. Peter told him they were young and didn't need sleep. Alan wanted to at least change flight suits for a clean one. Egon was intrigued by the readings coming off the ectoplasmic residue on his. Alan informed him it was from a Moose Ghost that got blown up. Egon wanted to study it before the suit was further contaminated but Peter wasn't having any of it.

After the SOS team returned from Bayside, Egon scanned Alan's suit with the Giga Meter. He was surprised the readings weren't as dormant as he expected. Egon was buzzed on the intercomm system by the others and informed that the Trap they used to capture Wat was empty. Egon asked if they had any issues with the Containment Unit's secure access system. Alan elected himself and the team to figure it out while he studied his suit. The SOS team left for the New York City Public Library. An hour later, Alan realized Wat avoided capture and stowed away on his flight suit so he could infiltrate the Firehouse. Wat partially manifested within the suit and immobilized Egon. Before he could use Egon to open the Containment Unit and form his army, the SOS team arrived. Since it was a code red situation, Geoff decided to retreat to Philadelphia and departed in Ecto-4WD. Gabriel checked his P.K.E. Meter and confirmed there was an active presence inside. Alan addressed Wat. He refused to give up. They opened fire but he manifested in his true form. The SOS team and Egon quickly ran out of the Firehouse. Wat burst through the firehall and chased after them. They tapped into the local power grid and trapped Wat, but triggered a black out.

Real Life Locations

The exterior shots are from a working firehouse in the Tribeca area of New York City on the Avenue of the Americas, Hook & Ladder Company #8 at 14 N. Moore Street. It is a pilgrimage site for die-hard Ghostbusters fans while in New York. The interior shots were filmed in Fire Station #23 at 225 East 5th Street, a decommissioned Los Angeles-area firehouse which was also used in National Security, The Mask, Big Trouble in Little China and Flatliners.

Rooms

  • Below
    • Basement
    • Sub-Basement (Storage)
    • Circuit Breaker Room
  • First Floor
    • Garage
    • Secretary Desk
    • Peter's Office
  • Second Floor
    • Sleeping Quarters
    • Dining Area
    • Egon's Lab
    • Bathroom and Showers
  • Third Floor
    • Full Kitchen [7]

Trivia

Ghostbusters

  • In the August 5, 1983 first draft, September 30, 1983 third draft, and October 7, 1983 shooting script, the Real Estate Woman noted the property was 10,000 square feet but Egon corrected her and stated it was 9,642.55 square feet.[8]
  • The Firehouse was two firehouses in reality. One was an old firehouse in use in New York and a decommissioned firehouse in Los Angeles used as an artist's studio. Exterior shots were done at the New York firehouse and interior shots were all done in the Los Angeles firehouse.[9][10][11]
  • Michael Gross found the New York firehouse in his preliminary trip to the city. The firehouse was around the corner from where he was staying. After finishing location scouting, the firehouse was still chosen to be the location.[12]
  • Production designer John DeCuir made a foam core mockup of the Firehouse to establish a feel for the set before construction and renovation of the shooting location and for Ivan Reitman to determine blocking action and camera angles.[13]
  • The Firehouse was used, essentially as found, in the sequence where Egon, Ray, and Peter look around the hall. Once the initial scenes were shot, John DeCuir and his staff moved in and made the necessary modifications for later sequences.[14]
  • During shoots at the New York firehouse, the production crew ran into the crew of "Hill Street Blues", a police drama television series, a lot.[15]
  • Both the Los Angeles and New York Firehouses were built in the same year, 1912.[16][17]
  • Dan Aykroyd really wanted to use the fire pole. It wasn't just a line for Ray.[18]
  • The "We Got One!" scene was filmed in the Los Angeles Firehouse.[19]
  • The three arcades on the second floor are Missile Command, Star Castle, and Star Gazer.
  • While the explosion of ghosts out of the Firehouse was an optical effect, the smoke and debris was a practical effect.[20] Three cameras were used for the shot. This led to a lot of miscommunication, premature detonation smoke bomb detonations and cast members running out the firehouse.[21]
  • An expanded version of the street near the Firehouse was rendered in matte painting form by Matthew Yurichich. This included the Stay Puft Marshmallows billboard.[22]
  • The part where the Firehouse's roof ruptured was actually a miniature Firehouse shot at Entertainment Effects Group.[23]
  • When Ecto-1 arrives, the civilians stand on the other side of Varick Street, across from Hook & Ladder Company #8, in the area in front of 18 North Moore Street.

Ghostbusters II

  • In the Ghostbusters II August 5, 1988 draft, the Firehouse is initially in bad shape - not repaired after the events of the first movie. [24]
  • The interiors of The Brownstone were filmed in the captain's quarters on the third floor of Fire Station No. 23 in Los Angeles.[25][26]
  • A copy of the 1985 "Nostradamus Into the Millennium" by Erika Cheetham and Glamour magazine March 1989 issue are on Louis' desk when he first meets Slimer.
  • On the wall in Peter's office are frames of magazine and newspaper features:
    • Row 1, Left: A LIFE magazine issue whose cover photograph is a still from the first montage of Ghostbusters II when the four Ghostbusters run down the street.
    • Row 1, Right: New York Post spotlighting Peter, Ray, and Egon's "We're back!" declaration after capturing the Scoleri Brothers.
    • Row 2, Left: The TIME magazine issue from the first movie
    • Row 2, Center: The USA Today edition from the first movie
    • Row 2, Right: A TIME magazine issue of the Ghostbusters in dark jumpsuits and Santa hats from a montage in this movie
    • Row 3, Left: The Omni magazine issue from first movie
    • Row 3, Center: A magazine issue with Ecto-1a
    • Row 3, Right: The Atlantic issue from the first movie
  • In the second floor kitchen, there is a Dustbuster on the top of the refrigerator. Next to it is a box of Scoopy's Cups ice cream cones on top of the fridge.
  • A five packs of Cheese-N-Crackers are on top of the microwave. The periodic table of the elements is posted on the wall behind the microwave.
  • One of the arcades is Jump Bug by Rock-Ola released in 1981.
  • A poster of the Hotel Lincoln on the wall by the billiard table
  • The Hook & Ladder 8 sign was left up during shooting of this movie. It was removed during production of the first movie.
  • At the 55:10 mark, Ivan Reitman, wearing a blue jacket, is walking away from the Firehouse.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

  • In Ghostbusters: The Video Game:[27]
    • Of all the children's drawings on the wall in Firehouse, only one was actually drawn by a child.
    • Ray's desk in the Firehouse features all the prototype equipment that was developed for the game but didn't make the final cut, including ghost stasis-mine disks and five different P.K.E. Meter models.
    • The people calling and leaving messages on the answering machine are all employees of Terminal Reality, Inc. (Developer of PC/PS3/Xbox versions).
  • Also in Ghostbusters: The Video Game:
    • There is a computer on the second floor of the Firehouse that shows the infamous end screen of the original Nintendo Ghostbusters game that says "CONGLATURATION !!! YOU HAVE COMPLETED A GREAT GAME. AND PROOVED THE JUSTICE OF OUR CULTURE. NOW GO AND REST OUR HEROES !"
    • On the second floor on the chalk board below the Ecto-1 sketch is the infamous Konami Code "Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, A, and B.
    • Hanging in the Firehouse is a crayon drawing of a Ghostbuster. Text on it reads "To Uncle Egon, from Ed." This is a nod to the Denver Ghostbusters fan films.
    • Louis Tully's desk is seen with a note on his computer that states he is "going home early."
    • After the Natural History Museum incident, one of the messages on the phone is from a "Prof. Jones." He is looking for the Vigo painting, states that it is a historical artifact, and that it belongs in a museum. This refers to the title character of the film series, "Indiana Jones."

IDW Comics

  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters: What in Samhain Just Happened?!, a DeLorean from the "Back to the Future" movie franchise can be seen parked beside the Firehouse. Janine's plant is from "A Ghost Grows in Brooklyn". The magic lamp from "Janine's Genie" is on the file cabinet.
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters: What in Samhain Just Happened?!, Egon's coffee cup with the periodic symbol for Cobalt emblazoned on it. He recited its atomic weight in Ghostbusters II to Ray as a rhetorical question.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #1:
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #1:
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #1, the lamp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Genie" is atop the file cabinet.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #1, an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off" is by Janine's computer.
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, it is established the Paranormal Containment Research Tank is now upstairs, not on the main floor like in Ghostbusters: The Video Game
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, part of the Vigo painting appears to the side of Jim Silver. It is kept on the ground floor like in The Video Game, Realistic versions.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, Drool from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Drool, the Dog Faced Goblin" in a trash can in the garage bay as Ecto-1a pulls in.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, the Containment Unit has the fail safe device from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood"
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3:
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, the blue gun by Peter looks to be the Plasma Inductor from Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4:
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, there is an Imp next to Janine's flowers.
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #5, The End of the World by Milton Angland references one of Peter's guests from Ghostbusters II, in the episode of the "The World of the Psychic" show.
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #5, there is a bag of Wise Natural Potato Chips in Peter's office like in Ghostbusters.
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #5, on the wall are:
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #8:
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #8, a sticker references WUGH FM, the radio station invaded by the Sandman in "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream".
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #13, to the far left of Ecto-1a is the box of contaminated jump suits from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost".
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #13, Imps from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off", can be seen by Ray and Winston and between Winston and Roger.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #13, an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off" is on Janine's computer in the last panel.
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14:
    • On the front desk phone is a note for Ray to call Aunt Lois, a relative of the animated version of Ray in The Real Ghostbusters.
    • On the front desk's card holder is Artie Lester's business card from What in Sam Hain Just Happened?!
    • Samhain's Two Goblin Minions appear in the left box in the newspaper Peter holds out
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14, in the kitchen area is
    • A box of Cheez-It, seen in the first movie
    • Also in the kitchen on the coffee pot is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off"
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14:
    • On the shelf to the right of the tank is a schematic of Samhain's Fortress from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II 1/2"
    • On the top shelf is Slimer's prop glasses he wore for his costume in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II 1/2"
    • On the bottom shelf is the Gregor's treasure chest from The Real Ghostbusters episode "No One Comes to Lupusville"
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14, on the roof is:
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14, on the desk are:
    • The Pimple Detection Device from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Three Men and an Egon" is on the desk
    • Also on the desk is the Seiko brand Stop Watch/Printer combo unit as seen in the first Back to the Future film. It was used by Doc at Twin Pines.
    • Also on the desk is a Kenner toy, Ecto-Plazm.
    • Egon's batteries have Killerwatt from The Real Ghostbusters episode of the same name on them.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14, Slimer's fairytale book from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Once Upon a Slime" is on top of the Ethereal Solidifier like in the episode.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #14:
    • The arcades nod to Power Guy from "Station Identification" and Ghostbusters (Sega Genesis) and Ghostbusters II games, Ghostbusters II Video Game and New Ghostbusters II Video Game.
    • The two Goblins Egon used to set up spotlights in "When Halloween Was Forever" are in the upper left part of the board
    • Under these goblins' photo is the Zone Dewbies slang the Goblins used.
    • The Infinity Symbol, used to free Samhain in "When Halloween Was Forever," is in the lower left part of the board
    • A photo of Samhain marked Class 11 is also in the lower left part of the board
    • In the middle of the board is a sketch of Ron's Proton Pack
    • A newspaper clipping of a panel from the end of Issue #13 is near the sketch
    • On the table is a miniature Electronic Positronic Anti-Halloween Machine.
    • Next to the machine is half of the Containment Rock Crystal from "If I Were a Witch Man"
    • Next to the crystal is a miniature model of the Robo-Buster from The Real Ghostbusters episode of the same name
    • Near Robo-Buster, on the board, is the anti-Ghostbusters logo seen in a television advertisement.
    • A photo of the Pig Snouted Demon from "Robo-Buster" marked Class Five is near Robo-Buster.
    • Robo-Busters "unlawful entity" line is written above the Pig Demon photo
    • The "Exorcism" book Ray uses in "If I Were A Witch Man" is in the lower right corner
    • On the tack board, there appears to be photos of the Mandala from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions
    • Near the board appears to be a bucket of Psychomagnotheric Slime.
    • The Power Guy arcade shows the planet Peternia, Power Guy's home, from "Station Identification".
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #16:
    • It is established Ecto-2 is parked in the alley next to the Firehouse.
    • Visible is the North Moore Street sign, part of the Firehouse's address from the Ghostbusters II invoice prop
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #16, on Janine's computer is a shot of the Containment Universe when Egon went inside in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot".
  • On the Subscription Variant cover of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, on Janine's Newspaper is:
  • On the Subscription Variant cover of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1,
    • Front Desk
      • The robot and purple lizard toys are from Peter's desk in the Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost"
      • To the left of the phone is the tape recorder from the Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost"
      • The lamp is from Peter's desk in the first movie
      • A Proton Pack, Particle Thrower, and Trap are present
    • Shelves
      • Behind Janine is a bag of Wise Natural Potato Chips like in the first movie
      • On the top shelf, on the left, on top of a stack below Janosz Poha and Lou Kamaka's photos is the Barometric Analyzer from the Real Ghostbusters episode "Flip Side"
      • The 1915 frame hanging up is from the first movie
    • Photographs of characters taken from specific issues in Volume One (starting from the left)
    • In the Middle
      • Janosz Poha from Volume One, Issue #13
      • Lou Kamaka from Volume One, Issue #13
      • Alan Crendall from Volume One, Issue #1
      • Jimmy from Volume One, Issue #3
      • Tristan Jones from Volume One, Issue #3
      • Luis Antonio Delgado from Volume One, Issue #1
      • Tom Waltz from Volume One, Issue #3
      • Bav the cop from Volume One, Issue #5
    • On the Right
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1:
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, behind Egon are the Nintendo Ghostbusters II and New Ghostbusters II game arcades and the marker Egon was using has Manx's name on it.
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1:
    • Outside the Firehouse is a Noble's Salvage tow truck, a reference to the yard visited in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Lost and Foundry"
    • On the filing cabinet to the right of Peter's office is the Interdimensional Communicator from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Flip Side"
    • Next to Ortiz is the box of contaminated uniforms from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost"
    • On the table next to the box is the Skull of Ivo Shandor from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
    • Behind Peck is Peter's Psychology Doctorate from Columbia University. It appears he got it on June 14th, 1980 and one of the signatures seen is Slavitza Jovan, who portrayed Gozer.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, behind Janine on the shelf are photos of Jenny and Dani. Also behind is the bag of Wise Natural Potato Chips from the first movie. To the left of Wise is a The Nameless Book from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Russian About". To the right of Wise is a copy of Spengler's Spirit Guide from Extreme Ghostbusters but with the font of Pagan Rituals & Ceremonies from "Casting the Runes".
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, in panel 1, on the coffee table, is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery, a business seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Joke's on Ray". It is partially obscured by Ron's word balloon.
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2:
    • The inside of the locker is based on the profile screen from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions complete with the Male Rookie's I.D. card, Zuul! poster, and Who Ya Gonna Call? sticker
    • On the door is a poster of Shanna from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Banshee Bake a Cherry Pie?"
    • On a shelf in the locker is the P.K.E. Meter from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2 are some Punk Cinema from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Short Stuff"
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, on Janine's computer is a message for Kylie to call her Great Grandma Rose, from Extreme Ghostbusters.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #3:
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #3, the box behind Janine and the ghost contains Pagan Rituals & Ceremonies from Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Casting the Runes" and Book of Annoying Beings from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Short Stuff"
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #3, still on Peter's shelf is the Barometric Analyzer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Flip Side".
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #3:
    • The golf clubs are a reference to the movie "Caddyshack" which featured Chevy Chase, whom Ron Alexander is visually based on, and Bill Murray.
    • The second floor ladder and cloth seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions is to the left of Janine.
    • The alarm ringing is based on the one from The Real Ghostbusters.
    • Below Ron on the table is the Quasitronic Nuclear Inverter from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Captain Steel Saves the Day"
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #5:
    • Ray is wearing the head gear hooked up to the Mood Slime in Ghostbusters II.
    • The Slime Scoop from Ghostbusters II is behind Ray on the shelf
    • Next to the Slime Scoop is a box of Dick's Pizza. A Chicago location was visited by the Ghostbusters in Volume 1, Issue #13.
    • On the top shelf of the shelving unit are three Slime Blower gun nozzles.
    • A label of Yuppie Water, seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Short Stuff," is on the box on the top shelf
    • Between Ray and Egon, on the bottom shelf, is a portion of the Dimensional Inverter from Egon's lab in The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #5:
    • In the upper right corner is a computer monitor with the Tobin's Spirit Guide version seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "I Am the City"
    • The P.K. Frequency Scanner from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Dog Days" is on the shelf by the Slime Scoop
    • To the right of Egon on the shelf is the "Basic English" sign used by Russell Ziskey in the movie "Stripes. "
    • (A file of Mee-Krah is on the computer screen and is from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Standing Room Only"
    • (The miniature portal in the first panel and other device in front of Roger is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage"
    • The periodic table seen in Ghostbusters II is visible
    • The Transdimensional Portal from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Copycat" is seen behind Egon in another room
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #5:
    • Egon uses the shield from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Doctor, Doctor"
    • The claw at the end of the stick is one of the Robo-Buster's from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Robo-Buster"
    • The Ghost Smasher gun is still hooked to the Paranormal Containment Research Tank from Ghostbusters Volume 1, Issue #14.
    • The blue device in the back ground is part of the Dimensional Inverter, Egon and Ray worked on in The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever"
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6:
    • Slimer's prop glasses from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II 1/2" are on the top shelf.
    • The calendar in the tank with Slimer is a homage to the Pin-Up Calendar of Doom! from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions). The theme for the month is watermelon because the story takes place in the summer.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6:
    • The set up of items on the round table is a homage to the "We got one!" scene from the first movie.
    • Hohman's Black Low-Rise from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions is on the floor near the Aura Video Analyzer.
    • Near the sink is a bottle of Blody, a reference to a billboard from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Halloween Door"
    • Near the Blody is a slice of Winston's Blueberry Fudge Cake from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Slimer, Come Home"
    • Behind the cake is a soap bottle. On the label is Double Bubble from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Big Trouble With Little Slimer"
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6, in the last panel, on the far right, is a newspaper with the Grendel on the front page from Volume Two, Issue #3 and to the right of the stove top is Janine's alarm bell.
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6:
    • Taped to the shelf is the drawing for Uncle Egon from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
    • On the ground under the bottom shelf by the tank is part of the Spectral Differentializer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever"
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6:
    • Peter holds a Weaver Hall mug, a nod to where he, Ray, and Egon used to work at on Columbia University campus.
    • Behind Janine is the car that would become Ecto-1 that Ray bought.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6, the first memories are from the first movie when Egon emerges from Janine's desk and they talk about their hobbies and when Janine has a premonition Egon is going to die but Peter calls the Firehouse just as the two embrace.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6, in panel 2, the doughnut on the rack in the Firehouse's kitchen area from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) appears. In the lower right corner of the last panel, on the board, is a photo of Surt taken from art done by Tristan Jones.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #7, a box on the shelf appears to reference the Johnson family from the "Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise. Peter is looking at Doc Brown's Brain-wave analyzer from the "Back to the Future" franchise.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #7, the Golden Idol from "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark" is behind Egon on the table.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #7, the Power Guy arcade is still present. Behind Janine on the bench is the 11th Doctor Who's Sonic Screwdriver.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #8, there is a Twinkie by the phone.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #9, the Firehouse decorations are based on those seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II ½" The note by the pumpkin on Janine's paper refers to the Wartmongers, the band who played at the Ghostbusters' party in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II ½" Janine's mug references the Ye Olde Schooker and Schnapps Shoppe from Sleepy Hollow.
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #9, in the alley with Ecto-2 is the Rock Opera Machine from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Halloween Door"
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #9, the Ghostbusters are looking down North Moore Street towards the Hudson River.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #9:
    • To the left of Janine is the Q*bert machine
    • The miniature of the Electronic Positronic Anti-Halloween Machine appears on the shelf
    • The two books in the lower left are "A History of Ghosts" a book by Dan Aykroyd's father and the other has the Icon Ghost on it.
    • On Egon's board are nods to Halloween, The Real Ghostbusters, and repurposing of art posted online by Dan Schoening: Photographs of Samhain, the Infinity symbol and the clock relic, Silk Hatton from Ghostbusters Sega video game, Boogaloo from The Real Ghostbusters "The Halloween Door," near Boogaloo's photo is a reference to Beggar's Night, a regional term for Halloween in parts of Midwest and Eastern America such as Ohio, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and western New York. In the middle, a photo of the Black Slime Elemental from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions, next to the elemental, a photo of Death from Volume One, in the bottom middle a photo of Slimer. On the upper right, Steven Dane's schematic for Ecto-1 seen in Making Ghostbusters, page 66. Next to the schematic is part of the storyboard/script synopsis also from Making Ghostbusters. On the right, a photo of Wat from The Real Ghostbusters "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood". By Wat, a photo of an unused entity from the first movie shown in Making Ghostbusters.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #9, on the cork board behind Melanie are several references: A photo of Samhain's Two Goblin Minions from The Real Ghostbusters and a Ghostbusters I.D. Card from the Kenner toys. Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg is on the sign and the incident sign Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions are by Janine.
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #11, the Power Guy arcade appears once again. The third arcade Ghost Captors is from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions) during the "Going Up" section of Panic in Times Square Level. On the shelf by the board is Peter's wig from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot".
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #11, on the board is:
    • On the top left are two photos of the interior of the Containment Unit from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot"
    • On the top left is the Photon Tempest Games logo from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions) during the "Going Up" section of Panic in Times Square Level.
    • In the middle is a square Zener card, used by Peter at the start of the first movie
    • In the middle is a photo collage from various The Real Ghostbusters toys from the Kenner line, including the Firehouse.
    • The RI cover from the Past, Present, and Future one-shot set during Christmas.
    • On the bottom left is a photo of Ebenezer Scrooge from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot"
    • On the bottom left is a photo of the Ghost Kid from Volume 1, Issue #16
    • On the bottom left, by Peter, there is a newspaper clipping that reads "Ghostbusters at Can-View 4 Drive-In." It was a newspaper ad for a drive in theater showing of the first movie in 1984.
    • On the table is the viewfinder used on Scrooge, punch glasses, Ghost of Christmas Present wreath headpiece, and Winston's red fake beard from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot"
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #11, in the kitchen area, on the counter is a Ghost in a Can drink. Next to the drink is the Summoner's Bell from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. It is placed on the counter where it is in the game after it is collected, as well. Next to the bell is the punch bowl from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot" Near the entrance to the sleeping quarters are the Days without incident and Employee of the Month signs from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. Like in Issue #9, the # of days without incident are 15 - also marking another 15 easter egg. The Employee of the Month board is as is from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. The Ghostbusters arcade is visible.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #12, the Polarity Rectification Tripods from Ghostbusters II debut on the ongoing series. On the electric panel is Killerwatt from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Killerwatt".
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #12, to the left of Kylie on the mini drawer case is the Ghost Tether from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Partners in Slime"
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #12, in the first panel, in the center top on the machine, is the Handbook for the Recently Deceased book from the movie "Beetlejuice"
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #12, on Egon's board are a photograph of Central Park marked "Oct. 30", referring to the finale of Volume Two Issue #9, a photograph of Nevermore Elementary School marked "Chicago" from Volume Two Issues #7 and Issue #8, a Devil's Night newspaper article about events in Issue #9 with the Ghost Fire Wall, a newspaper article is by Cynthia Crawford, a character from The Real Ghostbusters, and a photo of the slimed house in Rhinebeck and article about missing children in Rhinebeck from Issue #11. On the refrigerator are two bottles of Singing Slime from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions By the sink, is the soap bottle referencing Double Bubble from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Big Trouble With Little Slimer"
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #12, on the upper left corner of Egon's board is a Slimer "Warning Slime Zone". It was a glow in the dark one-sided door hangar that came with a version of Ghostbusters Cereal that offered Slimer marshmallows. On the table is Phil Connors' alarm clock from "Groundhog Day". On the table are the Ghostbusters Cereal advertising the Free Ghost Flyer and Slimer Toothpaste items. On the bottom right of Egon's board, some writing suggests Louis Tully is living in Florida. On the tack board is an early rendition of the Boogieman done by Dan Schoening in October 2008. On the tackboard again, is a Kenner The Real Ghostbusters I.D. Card, a take on Goya's "Que viene el Coco" ("Here Comes the Bogeyman") c. 1797, an early rendition of the Boogieman done by Tristan Jones, the Post-It Note on the left refers to Megan and Kenny Carter, and the Post-It Note on the right refers to the air date #006, DVD episode #006 and production #75008 of "The Boogieman Cometh".
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #14, on the shelf by Egon's left shoulder is the Recovery Coax Catalyst from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Nintendo DS version. Behind Egon, under the shelf if the box of contaminated uniforms from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost". On the table by Egon is Kylie's Journal from Extreme Ghostbusters, notably "Ghost Apocalyptic Future".
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #15, Peter's doctoral degree is visible. The map of Manhattan has various points of interest seen in various forms of Ghostbusters media from the movies, animated series, and comics. The map also appears to point to Dana's apartment as the point of convergence of all the paranormal activity - West 86th Street and Columbus Avenue. Peter's copy of "The End of the World" mentioned in Ghostbusters II is still on his desk and bag of Wise Natural Potato Chips is in its usual place behind Peter
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #15, by Egon is a Dick's Pizza box and on the monitor is one of the holographic covers from the Ghostbusters Cereal. The New York City poster from Ghostbusters: The Video Game Realistic Versions is up on the wall. On one of the higher computers is the file on Shifter from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Partners in Slime". An Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off" is peeking from the bag of chips.
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #15, the Skull of Ivo Shandor, from Ghostbusters: The Video Game Realistic Versions, is still at its place in Peter's office. Peter leaping from his office is a nod to the first movie when he hopped over to greet Dana Barrett.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #17, the Vacuum Polarization Rings from Ghostbusters: Legion are in the room behind Egon and Kylie. Behind the rings is the 'The Brain' chart from Egon's laboratory, nearest the two way mirror, in the Institute for Advanced Theoretical Research in Ghostbusters II. Behind Kylie is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage". Near the Dimensionometer is the Ghostbusters II version of the Ghost in a Can drink. The computer screen is the Tobin's Spirit Guide search page seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "I Am the City".
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #17, on the shelf is, again, a box with a label for Yuppie Water from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Short Stuff". Also on the shelf again are some Slime Blower guns. On the cabinet is a Kenner's Ecto-Plazm. Next to the Ecto-Plazm is the Milton Bradley Real Ghostbusters Board Game. Under the board game is The Real Ghostbusters: Pinball Game
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #17, part of the Dimensional Inverter is on the bottom shelf. On the right side is the Indian Earth Spirit computer image from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Follow That Hearse". By the computer is the Basic English sign, once again, from Stripes. Under the sign are two Ghostbusters II video tapes. By Egon is a Mood Slime canister from Ghostbusters II. Left of the microscope is a photo of Kylie's Great Grandma Rose. Also left of Kylie are the Runes of Kahlil from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Casting the Runes". In front of Kylie is a pack of Tarot Cards, a nod to a scene from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "The Infernal Machine". In front of Kylie is her Great Grandma Rose's glasses. Also in front of Kylie is her journal from Extreme Ghostbusters, destroyed in the episode "Ghost Apocalyptic Future". In the third panel, on the computer screen by Dana's shoulder is a screen from the computerized Tobin's Spirit Guide in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Not Now, Slimer!"
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #17, there are 1.5 Twinkies on the table Egon is working at.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #17, inside Egon's foot locker is based on the Harold Ramis tribute Dan Schoening and Luis Delgado presented online earlier this year: a picture of Ghostbusters II logo, a framed The Atlantic Monthly from first movie, Cheese-Its from first movie, a Chomp bar, a Slinkie, mentioned in second movie, a Trap, a Mood Slime jar, a P.K.E. Meter, an annotated Tobin's Spirit Guide, Twinkies, and a picture of Icon Ghost. On top of the foot lockers are the box of contaminated suits from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost", [[The Real Ghostbusters: Play Shaving Kit, a dinosaur toy box referencing the surnames of Ghostbusters Wiki administrator mrmichaelt and Jesse Sosa, character artist from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, a Kenner Ecto-1 box, and extra Firehouse light covers. To the right, in the box by the stairs is a copy of the 1986 West End Games RPG "Ghostbusters: Hot Rods of the Gods"
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, under the table is the Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Chicken, He Clucked"
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, the Robobot from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "The Infernal Machine" is on the bottom shelf behind the Terror Bird on the right. On the right of the first panel are the flightsuits of The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, Egon's footlocker is once again dressed as the Harold Ramis tribute done by Dan Schoening and Luis Delgado but when the Trap is removed, there are three bottles labeled 'Spores', 'Mold' and 'Fungus' - a nod to the first movie when Egon tells Janine what his hobby is.
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, in the cardboard box is a copy of the misspelled Weird Fiction magazine from The Real Ghostbusters' episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream".
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, the business card on the table is a nod to the character Frank Bannister, portrayed by Michael J. Fox, in the movie "The Frighteners" where he becomes a psychic who works as a fraudulent exorcist. The 'Come Visit...' poster from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, is (accurately) hanging up near the stairs. Also present is the ladder and towel seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. Poso's file from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Partners in Slime" is on the computer. On the shelf above Peter are: the back of the box for Kenner's Proton Pack toy, Kenner's Fright Features Egon action figure, and the Proton Shotgun belongs to Deuce of the Louisiana Ghostbusters fan franchise. On the chalkboard is a He-Man themed party flier called "Parties of the Universe," a nod to who the children were expecting at the birthday party near the start of the second movie The top note is "Does kid parties?" - a further nod to the scene and Winston's disdain for them. The bottom note refers to Ray's line after the party about those "ungrateful yuppie larvae". Holding up the party flier is a magnet based on Killerwatt's host body in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Killerwatt". The chalkboard features the Proton Stream equations seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, on the right corner of panel one and two, a flier references Zalinsky Auto Parts from the movie "Tommy Boy" The owner of the company was Ray Zalinsky, portrayed by Dan Aykroyd.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, the poster nods to Marc and Saxon of Following the Nerd.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, on the chalkboard behind Dana is:
    • Top Left: A section on Hart Island with Vigo's full name and Scoleri Bros. written down
    • Top Right: An informal timeline with past, 1985, and future. It is based on the one drawn by Doc Brown in Back to the Future Part II when he explains alternate 1985 to Marty. The 'Future Us?' references the future versions of the original four Ghostbusters encountered in Volume 2 Issue #16
    • Middle: A reference to Tiamat, crude drawing, and mention of her role as a monster of chaos and goddess of ocean.
    • Middle: A reference to the Chaoskamf, the classic mythological struggle against chaos.
    • Middle: A reference to Marduk, seen and mentioned in Volume 2 Issue #14
    • Middle: A reference to Barrett and Tully
    • Middle: A side note "Geoff RE: 4WD", referencing Geoff and the Ecto-4WD from Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
      • Bottom: A reference to Chicago and Ilyssa Selwyn from Ghostbusters: Video Game, who apeared in Volume 2 Issue #12. Selwyn's phone number is written down as 312-922-9410, the phone number for the Field Museum of Natural History, also seen in Volume 2 Issue #12
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, the computer is on the Occult Reference Net's results on Vigo seen in the second movie. The 'Humbaba' in Humbaba Paper refers to a giant in Mesopotamian mythology.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, under the computer is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, in the second panel, there is the Camera Trap from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Partners in Slime" and the GhostZapper on the bottom shelf. A shelf above is a Stay Puft figurine in front of the green box. In the background, on the computer screen, is the schematic of the Extreme Ghostbusters Particle Thrower seen in "A Temporary Insanity". Behind Egon is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage".
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, on the table, still, are Great Grandma Rose's glasses and Kylie's Tarot Cards. On the bottom shelf is once again, part of the Dimensional Inverter.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, atop the shelving are Slime Blower guns. Behind Egon is the Basic English sign from Stripes. In front of the sign is a can of Blody. Below the can are two Ghostbusters II VHS tapes. Now visible on the table are Kylie's Journal from Extreme Ghostbusters and the photograph of Great Grandma Rose. The book to the left of the microscope is Powers of Darkness from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Witchy Woman"
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, behind Ecto-1b on a shelving is the Ghostbusters II signage and the jumpsuits from The Real Ghostbusters in the foot locker. There are two drawings on the side of the cabinet behind Janine's desk. The top one of Slimer is by the comic's artist's daughter Paige Schoening printed in Volume 1 Issue #2. The lower drawing is from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions). The Skull of Ivo Shandor from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions can be partially seen on the desk in Peter's office. Next to the Skull of Ivo Shandor on the desk is the The Real Ghostbusters "Trap the Ghosts" handheld video game released in 1988 by Remco.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, the misspelled Weird Fiction is still in the box. The labels on the cabinet drawers near Winston read "GB1 84", a nod to Ghostbusters which was released in 1984, and "LAD 15", a nod to the comic's colorist Luis Antonio Delgado and this issue's 15 easter egg. The Ravishing Red Prince from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions is posted above Janine's head. This is the location it appears once collected in the game.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, there is a Ghost Busters poster outside the R&D Lab doorway. It is an unused Ghostbusters logo concept and can be found on the special features of the 1999 DVD of the first movie. The book directly under Peter's knee in panel 4 is the Gore Series book "More Cuts More Blood" seen at the beginning of the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Deadliners"
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #19, there are two Ghostbusters business cards on the folder on Janine's desk. In panel 5, on the lower right, there is a Hasty Pastry Bakery box from "The Joke's on Ray".
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, in the storage room: on the shelf on the left is a Super Bass-O-Matic '76 blender from a Saturday Night Live sketch done by Dan Aykroyd, the tool box on the table is a Zalinsky brand item in the movie "Tommy Boy", the "Hi My Name is Morty" button, inspired by the ABC television series "Mork & Mindy" starring the late Robin Williams, appears as a sticker on the tool box on the left, the canister of Rocket Fuel on the table by the tool box is from the Slimer! episode "Go-pher It", under the table on the left is Egon's Field Projector from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "Killjoys". Next to the table on the left is a Slime Blower. The storage room is also one big homage to a scene with Carl Spackler, portrayed by Bill Murray, in "Caddyshack": the arrangement of lawn and garden items on the wall, the white cap hanging on the door, Carl's exploding plastic gophers, the two beers by the gophers, a fire extinguisher, and a bag of Milorganite under the gophers. There is an unused Ghostbusters logo and a KPPX sticker is on the tool box in the last panel. KPPX is the local radio station in the movie "Airheads" which included Ernie Hudson and Harold Ramis in the cast.
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, still on the side of the filing cabinet are Paige Schoening's Slimer drawing and Ed Spengler's from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, on the second floor lab area.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, above the Containment Unit is the portrait of Ivo Shandor's Mother seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions). The top frame among the group of three by Ivo Shandor's Mother is the "Still Life with onions, beet root and Japanese print" by Paul Gauguin in 1889. One of the Wander Hills Children seen in Volume 1 Issue #2, Page 15, Panel 3, is in a frame by the window
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, a Bog Hound, seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Scaring of the Green", head on the mantle, a frame has a unused design for Ellen Gold, in panel two, and on Peter's right is the Demon in Picture from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood". In panel three is the organ is from Disney's Haunted Mansion
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, on the screen left of the biometric failsafe pad of the Containment Unit is the scene of "Leave It to Woodchuck" in color from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Station Identification".
  • On page 13 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #1, on the dining table is the 'magnificent feast' the Ghostbusters dined on just before they got the call from the Sedgewick Hotel in the first movie. On the chalkboard behind Janine, on the lower left, is "Max Dennison 555-1942". That is a nod to a character and his phone number in the movie "Hocus Pocus". Also on the chalkboard are references to "Real Genius" and "Young Frankenstein". Behind Kylie, on the kitchen sink once more, is the soap bottle with Double Bubble on it.
  • On page 11 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, in Panel 1, on the computer under Don's elbow is the Information screen of Area 1 from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) video game with Splinter's "The map shows your position on on the ground." message. Still up on the second floor are the New York poster and ladder with towel from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions). On the black monitor in the right corner is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV video game title screen.
  • On page 12 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, in a box on the shelf by Peter, is the Stasis Field Generator from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Portable version.
  • On page 14 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, the arcade behind Kylie is set on the burning apartment level in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade game
  • On page 19 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, the power source is based on the device Egon and Ray tinker with in the first introduction sequence of The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 20 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, in the box by the stairs is a copy of a Flex-O-Man Comic from the Slimer! episode "Room at the Top". There is a Ghostbusters Mug and Balloon from Ghostbusters II on Janine's desk. Egon's locker is still set up as Dan Schoening and Luis Delgado's Harold Ramis tribute. There is also an article referring to the events of Groundhog Day, directed by Harold Ramis and starring Bill Murray. Below Egon's right is a Walley World figurine from National Lampoon's Vacation movies.
  • On page 22 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2, in Ray's locker are: An article about another Mass Sponge Migration, first mentioned by Ray in the first movie, a copy of Popular Phantasmics, mentioned by Egon as a magazine published by Slime Life from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ghostbuster of the Year", Rasputin's Spiritual Exercises from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ghostbuster of the Year", a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man doll, often seen on The Real Ghostbusters, a bag of Stay Puft Marshmallows, Agent Mulder's I Want To Believe poster from "The X-Files", a Crystal Head Vodka, a product made by Dan Aykroyd, Ray's reading glasses from Ghostbusters II, a jar of Singing Slime from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, a photograph of the Pallo Mansion from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Look Homeward, Ray" blocked by Peter's word balloon, an article mentioning the Philadelphia Mass Turbulence of 1947, mentioned by Ray in the first movie, a Dopey Dog from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Boogieman Cometh", articles about UFOs and the Tunguska region, where the Tunguska blast took place, and a pennant for Camp Waconda, mentioned by Ray in the first movie.
  • On page 7 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, the Employee of the Month board shows Peter won employee of the month multiple times. The photo for January is from Volume 2 Issue #9 page 5 panel 5 when Peter joins the staff meeting, the photo for February is from Volume 1 Issue #7 page 19 panel 2 when Peter reaches into the Stacy's bag, the photo for March is from the back cover of the Volume 2 trade paperback, the photo for May is from Volume 1 Issue #12 page 15 panel 3 when Peter gets on the p.a. System, the photo for June is from the back cover of the Volume 8 trade paperback, the photo for September is from Volume 2 Issue #1 page 2 panel 3 when Peter is walking with Melanie Ortiz in Central Park, and the photo for October is from Volume 1 Issue #15 page 14 panel 2 after Peter trapped the Megaspook. Between Michelangelo and Winston is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade. The Roy's Pizza is the pizza parlor from the beginning of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze that introduces the character Keno. On Egon's white board: in the upper left corner is the Topps' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie card #88 "Casey--Mr. Fix-It!", the picture that comes with the Ghost Zapper projector toy, a photo of Tiamat, a screenshot of Level 4 from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan video game, the Technodrome battle in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) video game, the newspaper Splinter reveals at the end of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze, "Ninja Rap is Born", a storyboard from the first Ghostbusters movie depicting Louis Tully, portrayed then as John Candy, running from Vinz Clortho in Central Park, John Bruno's layout of Louis Tully's apartment from the first movie, seen in Making Ghostbusters page 120, and right of Egon's head, the photo right above the blue Post-It note is a grab from the map area of Mission 3 from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) video game.
  • On page 8 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, on the tack board are: the "Free Pizza!" flier is from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "The Case of the Killer Pizzas", a Kenner I.D. Card, the New York Post front page article from Ghostbusters II hailing the Ghostbusters' return, and just left of Peter's head is a grab of the Scoleri Brothers boss battle in Level 1 of the New Ghostbusters II Video Game. In Panel 3, on the computer by Kylie is the "Here Are The Smurfs" spoof seen in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "Curse of the Evil Eye" [31]
  • On page 10 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, there is the alarm is based on the version in The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 20 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, there are the lockers, punching bag and Anguished Stuffed Bear are where they are in the sleeping quarters during Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. The famous Time Scepter from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise appears on the shelf by Casey. The UFO Pizza is a nod to the pizzeria from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "The Case of the Killer Pizzas"
  • On page 21 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, in Panel 1, on the computer behind Winston is the "G.I. Joe" spoof from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "Curse of the Evil Eye"[32] Now visible on the tack board are: on the far left is Baxter Stockman, in human form, from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) animated series and Operation Blue Line was a 1990s promotional video where the Turtles talked about alternate travel methods like railroads.
  • On page 1 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, the Interspatial Teleportation Unit is visually based on the Transdimensional Portal from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Copycat". The EMP device is visually based on the Sub-etheric Multichannel Differential Analyzer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Grundel". In panel 3, right of Kylie is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters "Egon on the Rampage". In panel 3, the computer right of Kylie has Level 2 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan on its screen. In panel 4, the Employee of the Month board is more visible than last issue: The photo for January is from Volume 2 Issue #9 Page 5 Panel 5 when Peter joins the meeting after taking a shower, the photo for February is from Volume 1 Issue #7 Page 19 Panel 2 when Peter is in his hospital bed getting his present out, the photo for March is from Volume 1 Issue #9 Page 29 Panel 3 when Peter enters the diner admitting he is lost, the photo for April is from Volume 1 Issue #8 Page 8 Panel 3 when Peter suggests Egon should take a shower, the photo for May is from Volume 1 Issue #12 Page 15 Panel 13 when Peter is addressing Seattle citizens on loudspeaker, the photo for June is Peter from the back cover of the Volume 8 trade paperback, the photo for July is from Volume 2 Issue #11 Page 15 Panel 3 when Ray states the ghost was trying to evolve, the photo for August is from Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #12 Page 20 Panel 12 when an irritated Peter is consoled by Ray, the photo for September is from Volume 2 Issue #1 Page 2 Panel 3 when Peter is with Ortiz before a Collector]] attacks him, the photo for October is from Volume 1 Issue #15 Page 14 Panel 2 after Peter activates the Traps, the photo for November is Egon from the rear cover of the Ghostbusters Volume 3 trade paperback. the photo for December is from Volume 2 Issue #12 Page 6 Panel 5 when Winston states he doesn't want to hear Egon's theories. In panel 4, the three arcades are all Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games: on the left is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, in the middle is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Japan 2 Player), and on the right is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989). In panel 4, the whiteboard is as it was from last issue.
  • On page 2 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in panel 1, still on the white board is the Technodrome battle in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989) video game. In panel 2, on top of the file cabinet is the Genie's lamp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Genie". The label on the file cabinet drawer behind Janine are the surnames of the creators of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. In panel 4, to the left of Kylie on the shelf, is the rose bowling ball used by Bill Murray's character Ernie "Big Ern" McCracken in the movie "Kingpin" (1996)
  • On page 3 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in the last panel, left of Winston, is a bag of Wise Popcorn. Next to Ray's bed is his Stay Puft Marshmallow Man doll. The days without incident sign from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) appears.
  • On page 4 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, still on Janine's desk is a Ghostbusters Mug and Balloon from Ghostbusters II. In panel 2, still in the box on the file cabinet from TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #2 is a Flex-O-Man Comic from the Slimer! episode "Room at the Top". In panel 3, between Winston and Leonardo is the Andres brand microwave from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
  • On page 6 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in panel 1, the console used by Kylie is visually based on Doc Brown's remote control from "Back To The Future". In panel 5, on the board are: a Ghostbusters newspaper theater advertisement to promote the first movie, the Ghost in a Can promo flat for England to promote the first movie in 1985, the McDonald's Canada Ghostbusters II tray liner, and a Ninja Pizza business card. Ninja Pizza was from the first episode of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987 animated series "Turtle Tracks"
  • On page 8 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, on the Electromagnetic Pulse Emitter are: "Dec 14 1987" is the date the first episode of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series "Turtle Tracks" aired, "Sept 13 1986" is the date the first episode of The Real Ghostbusters "Ghosts R Us" aired, and "Oct 22 2014" is the date the TMNT/Ghostbusters #1 comic released in stores. The design of the dates is a nod to the DeLorean's Time circuits from the "Back to the Future" franchise.
  • On page 10 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in panel 1, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figure above Casey is Scratch, released in 1993.
  • On page 11 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4 is the framed New York Post outside the R&D Lab reads "Ghost Cops Bust Tri-State Terror"
  • On page 13 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, on the toolbox is a KPPX sticker, a reference to the local radio station in the movie "Airheads" featuring Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson.
  • On page 15 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in panel 5, in the upper right corner is a miniature figure of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character Cudley The Cowlick.
  • On page 16 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #4, in panel 2, above April's word balloon, is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off". In panel 3, at the kitchen sink are: a liter bottle of Blody last seen in Volume 2 Issue #6 and a soap dispenser named after Double Bubble and the Singing Slime on top of the refrigerator.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #1, Ray of Dimension 68-R notes how the Firehouse is much drabber since the animated version does have brighter colors to it. On top of the foot lockers in panel 3 is a The Real Ghostbusters: 16" Power Cycle. A Ghostbusters Mug is still on Janine's desk
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Get Real #1, on the table is a container of Psychomagnotheric Slime and a Scoopy's Cups box from Ghostbusters II. Next to the container and box is a can of B.B.B.B., the soda Peter drinks at the beginning of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Sea Fright". The book Ray 68-R looks at is visually based on the Golden Grimbor from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Loathe Thy Neighbor". On the black TV behind Ray 68-R on panel 4 is Stage 1 of The Real Ghostbusters (Commodore 64) video game.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Get Real #1, in upper right above the two small panels, is an open pizza box from Roy's Pizza from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze. On the bottom shelf behind Peter is the New Ghostbusters II (NES) reproduction from Timewalk Games.
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Get Real #1, the three arcades are: Jump Bug from Ghostbusters II, the middle arcade has the Experimental Space Platform Galileo and The Creature from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ain't NASA-Sarily So", and Star Gazer from Ghostbusters. On the table is Chinese take out from the Tai Hong Lau Restaurant seen during the first montage of the first movie and recently Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #3. Hanging on the seat at the table is a Ghost Repeller from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Venkman's Ghost Repellers". On the white board are: In the upper left, a Kenner page of Proton Pack and Firehouse toys, in the middle os a photo of Chi-You from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters, left of Chi-You's photo is a photo of the cockroach form of the Metamorph in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Drool, The Dog-Faced Goblin", left of Chi-You's photo is a photo of Aetil in Volume 2 Issue #18 Panel 1, under Chi-You's photo is group art from the Ghostbusters II Coloring Book (1989), on the right is a photo of Tiamat from The Real Ghostbusters episode "I Am the City", on the right is a photo of Marduk in his true form from The Real Ghostbusters episode "I Am The City", in the upper right, a photo of Boogieman seen in Volume 2 Issue #12 Panel 2, and in the upper right, a photo of Rodefhiri seen in Volume 2 Issue #12 Panel 1. On the brown tack board in panel 4 are: Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg, photos of The Frankenstein Monster and Captain Ahab from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster", schematics of pack rack and Ecto-1 from Stephen Dane's isometric sketches during first movie. In panel 5 on the Employee of the Month board for December has the image of Ron Alexander from the Rookie & Ron logo in the back up stories of Volume 2 Issues #7 and #8.
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #2, Janine drinks from a Wally World mug, the theme park from the Vacation series of movies. On the chalkboard: above Kylie's head is a reference to the Ivan Reitman film "Cannibal Girls" and left of Kylie is a drawing depicting the Ghostbusters II Game Boy video game. On the shelf behind Egon is The Real Ghostbusters: The Game from Triotoys. Right of the Triotoys game are the European VHS tapes of The Real Ghostbusters. The front of Volume 6, featuring "Sea Fright" and "Adventures in Slime and Space", can be seen. On the chalkboard, on the far left is a reference to a 8'o clock appointment at Weaver Hall in the first movie and the Sedgewick's 'No Smoking' lettering from the elevator in the first movie.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Get Real #2, in panel 1, on the screen behind Egon from the Ghostbusters: Ghost Trap cell phone game. Left of Egon on the shelf is a Hardees Ghostbusters II lunchbox. In panel 2, the computer screen behind Egon is changed to another grab from the Ghostbusters: Ghost Trap cell phone game. In panel 2, on Aura Video-Analyzer monitor is the city map from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, DS version. On the brown tack board: on the upper right, the billboard image for the Ghostbusters Spooktacular at Universal Studios, a reference to the New Ghostbusters II Video Game, on the left there is the ad from Universal Studio's show, "I had a Paranormal Experience at Universal Studios Florida", and on the bottom right corner of the Universal ad is a Ray's Occult Books business card.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Get Real #2, in panel 3, behind Egon 68-R are an Ecto-Cooler can and The Real Ghostbusters Gift Set View-Master. On the floor, right of Ray is Hohman's Black Low-Rise as it appears in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. In panel 3, the box left of Ray 68-R is the Toastmaster Toaster Model B700 from McGraw-Edison - a nod to the Animated Toaster in Ghostbusters II
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Get Real #2, in panel 1, above the bed there is a frame of Jim Venkman's photograph in the newspaper Janine brings to the guys in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Cold Cash and Hot Water". In panel 1, under Jim's frame is the rose bowling ball used by Bill Murray's character Ernie "Big Ern" McCracken in the movie "Kingpin" (1996). In panel 1, the Days Without Incident and Employee of the Month boards from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appear: In February is Peter dialing his phone in Volume 2 Issue #7 page 3 panel 5, in March is Peter entering the diner in Volume 1 Issue #9 page 29, panel 3, in April is Peter on the back cover of the Volume 2 trade paperback, in June is Peter talking to Janine on intercom in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Issue #3 page 2 panel 1, in July is Peter being comforted by Ray in Volume 2 Issue #11 page 20 panel 2, in August is Peter leaning on pool table in Volume 1 Issue #1 page 7 panel 3, in November is Peter talking to Melanie in the cafe in Volume 1 Issue #10 page 19 panel 3, and in December is Peter talking to Hungry Manitou in Volume 1 Issue #7 page 12 panel 3. In panel 3, now visible on the chalkboard are: in the upper right, partially blocked by Egon's head is Stephen Dane's detailed final sketch of Ecto-1 from the first movie, above the schematic is "Spooktacular" and "June 7/90-Nov 9/96" - a reference to the 6 year run of the Ghostbusters Spooktacular attraction at Universal Studios from June 7, 1990 to November 9, 1996, and in the lower right under Egon 68-R's chin is a chalk drawing of the Trap from The Real Ghostbusters. In panel 4, the Summoner Bell from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appears on the counter behind Winston, from The Real Ghostbusters.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters Get Real #2, in panel 2, the Walkman from Ghostbusters II is on the table left of Ray, from The Real Ghostbusters. In panel 5, on the chalkboard are: 'Christmas Boutique Item' -- a nod to the animated toaster in Ghostbusters II, and in the lower left corner are Gozerian letters, from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, for M, N, O, X, Y, and Z. In panel 5, on the screen in front of the chalkboard is a grab of the introduction scene from The Real Ghostbusters Data East game that features the Ghostbusters entering the Firehouse from Ecto-1. In panel 5, on the right side, on the black monitor is the hologram No Ghost logo from the Ghostbusters Cereal Hologram Series.
  • On page 21 of Ghostbusters Get Real #2, now visible on the brown tack board seen in panel 2 are the small purple sticker is the Hardees Ghostbusters II promotional "Goo E Ghost, Purple Ghost" sticker. On the left is the grab of an episode of "Top Cats" seen in Ghostbusters II framed on an office wall when Peter talks to Norman in Chapter 2 "World of the Psychic".
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in panel three, on the red screen is a grab of a city map from the Ghostbusters Activision Video Game
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, across the hall in Egon's lab is the Dimensional Inverter.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, the first permutation of Employee of the Month board appears in panel 1. For August, the image is of Peter leaning on the billiards table on page 7, panel 3 of the ongoing series Volume 1 Issue #1, for September is the image is of Peter talking to the Hungry Manitou on page 12 panel 3 of Volume 1 Issue #7, for October is the image is of Peter talking to Melanie over coffee on page 19 panel 3 of Volume 1 Issue #10, for November is the image of Rookie from the Rookie & Ron logo first seen on page 22 of the ongoing series Volume 2 Issue #7, and for December is the image is of Ron Alexander from the Rookie & Ron logo first seen on page 22 of the ongoing series Volume 2 Issue #7. The arcade Peter is playing is the Jump Bug one seen in Ghostbusters II. The arcade in the middle is based on The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ain't NASA-Sarily So" with The Creature and the Experimental Space Platform Galileo are on the title bar's background. The image on the screen is the opening shot of the episode, the Galileo Platform in space. The arcade on the right is the Star Gazer from the first movie. Photos on the white board from Get Real Issue #1 are still up. The plastic flamingo is an unused prop from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II ½". In panel 1, the pages in the book Winston is looking at are based on pages 4 and 5 from The Real Ghostbusters Sticker Book by Diamond. The "What's The Matter With Winston's Sandwich" section and the #22 still of the lead Troll from "Troll Bridge" on page 4 and the #28 still of the Holland Tunnel from "Troll Bridge" on page 5 can be made out somewhat.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, the second permutation of the Employee of the Month board appears in panel 1: For February is the image is of Peter dialing his cell phone on page 3, panel 5 of Volume 2 Issue #7, for March is the image is of Peter entering the diner in the Laura Parr back up story on page 29, panel 3 of the ongoing series Volume 1 Issue #9, for June is the image is of Peter talking to Melanie Ortiz over coffee on page 19, panel 3 of the ongoing series Volume 1 Issue #10, for July is the image is of Peter from the TMNT/Ghostbusters #1 Subscription Cover, for August is the image is of Peter becoming horrified at the thought of hiring more rookies at the end of the opening cinematic of Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, for October is the image is of possessed Peter on page 20, panel 4 of Volume 1 Issue #6, for November is the image is of Rookie from the Rookie & Ron logo first seen on page 22 of the ongoing series Volume 2 Issue #7, and for December is the image is of Ron Alexander from the Rookie & Ron logo first seen on page 22 of Volume 2 Issue #7. The middle arcade has a new scene from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ain't NASA-sarily So." It is a grab of when the Ghostbusters celebrate in zero gravity after trapping the Creature. In panel 4, the yellow Post-It note references J. Michael Straczynski. The last four digits of the phone number are his birth year, 1954. In panel 4, right of Peter 68-R is a list of names: 'Summer, Music, Hall, LaMarche, Welker' refer to the original cast of The Real Ghostbusters: Laura Summer, Lorenzo Music, Arsenio Hall, Maurice LaMarche, and Frank Welker.
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in panel 2 to 4, the blue Post-it note references Gracie Mansion and its address. In panel 3, on the far left is the prop design sheet for The Real Ghostbusters Particle Thrower.
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in panel 1, in front of Egon, from The Real Ghostbusters, is the Psychogram Helmet from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Headless Motorcyclist". In panel 4, left of the device, is an Imp, the one with blue eyes, snout, and short horns, from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, the device panel reads out the Firehouse's address 110 N Moore Street. Still on the brown tack board from Get Real Issue #2 are: On the left, the small purple sticker from the Hardees Ghostbusters II promotion "Goo E Ghost, Purple Ghost" sticker. On the left, below it, is the grab of an episode of "Top Cats" seen in Ghostbusters II framed on an office wall when Peter talks to Norman in Chapter 2 "World of the Psychic". On the bottom right, a Ray's Occult Business Card. On the upper right, the billboard image for the Ghostbusters Spooktacular at Universal Studios
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in panel 1, right of Winston 68-R is the Summoner Bell from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions as it appears in the Firehouse on the kitchen counter. In panel 2, on the white board, the line "Funny You Should Scream J. Bacarr" is a reference to an unproduced script of The Real Ghostbusters "Funny You Should Scream" by Jina Bacarr. In panel 2, right of Kylie on the white board is "Newhart Show" - a nod to the Bob Newhart show and a favorite of Peter, from The Real Ghostbusters, who admitted so in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Victor the Happy Ghost". In panel 4, the soap dispenser is again based on Double Bubble.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, the Employee of the Month board is in its third permutation. It is the version seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in panel 1, the Skull of Ivo Shandor can be seen on the right side in Peter's office area and hanging upside down on the chair in the office area is the sports page of the newspaper with the headline "They Lost Again" Janine was reading in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Grundel" when she teased Egon about loving him most of all. In panel 6, on top of the white closet is the box of contaminated jumpsuits from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost".
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #3, in the last panel, left of Peter in the box is a book with the cover from Slimer! #1 of the NOW Comics series.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, in panel 4, still draped on one of the office chairs is the newspaper Janine reads in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Grundel", on top of the office drawers once again is the Genie's lamp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Genie", and on Janine's desk is the back cover of the Weird Fiction magazine in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, in panel 2 and 3, on the right, is the Employee of the Month board. For January, the image is Peter from the Get Real #1 Regular Cover. For May, the image is Peter from June 16, 2009 art posted by Dan Schoening, titled "We're Ready to Believe You". For September, the image is of Peter from October 24, 2006 art Dan Schoening posted, titled "This Chick is TOAST". For October, the image is possessed Peter in Volume 1 Issue #6 page 20, panel 4. In panel 2, once again, on the right is the Jump Bug arcade from Ghostbusters II.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, in panel 2, once more in the box by the stairs is the blue book with the NOW Comics' Slimer! #1 cover on it.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, in Panel 1 and 2, on the shelving on the left, there's the Kenner Proton Pack box on top and the Kenner Firehouse playset box on the middle shelf.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, in panel 1, on the shelf right of Winston is Robobot from the Extreme Ghostbusters episode "The Infernal Machine". In panel 2, on the foot locker once again is the The Real Ghostbusters: 16" Power Cycle.
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Get Real Issue #4, the Nintendo Advantage Controller used for the Statue of Liberty in Ghostbusters II appears on the console. In panel 2, a grab of the Containment Unit Monitor from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Xmas Marks the Spot" appears on a screen. In panel 4, another grab of the Containment Unit Monitor appears on the console.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, in panel 2, right of Egon, on the cement bag is labeled "Muck Master Cement" - a reference to the Muck Master entities in Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, in panel 2, left of Peter, is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Joke's on Ray". In panel 4, in the left corner, is a motorcycle that appears to be a nod to the AMF Harley SX250 used in the upcoming movie directed by Paul Feig.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, the outside Firehouse signage is the original banner seen in the first movie. In panel 2, the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage" is behind Ray. On panel 2, on the brown tack board are one of Peter's autographs from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" and the long strip of white paper is the art on the New Ghostbusters 2 video game cartridge. On panel 3, in the hallway, the Ghostbusters: Get Real #1 Nerd Block cover is in the big picture frame. On panel 3, on the toolbox is two stickers. One is an unused Ghostbusters logo from the first movie. The second is "KPPX," the local radio station in the movie "Airheads". On panel 3, on the top shelf are: a smaller version of the pizza that fell on Ecto-1 in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream", a Trap from The Real Ghostbusters, and on the right is a bucket of junk marked "Danger" Peter had on his desk in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Haunting of Heck House". On the middle shelf are Stay Puft Marshmallows as seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream", the basket belonged to the Easter Bunny in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream", and the recording device used by the WUGH-FM DJ in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream". On panel 4, the doughnut on the plate may be a nod to the Ghostbusters' doughnut breakfast at the start of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, on panel 1, on the computer left of Ray is the ending to the Ghostbusters Activision video game. On panel 1 is the periodic table first seen in Ghostbusters II. On panel 2, in the hallway, is a Kenner Real Ghostbusters toy line up in the big picture frame. The Terror Trash Ghost is visible on the corner. On panel 3, on the brown tack board is: a Ghostbusters II theater ad, the back of the box of the Ghostbusters II Activision video game, a The Real Ghostbusters Poster Pen Set from Craft House that came out in 1986, and the purple ad for Kenner's The Real Ghostbusters Ghost Grabbing Mug from 1989.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, the outside Firehouse signage is back to the standard version. On panel 2, on the right of the brown tack board is a black and white advertisement for The Real Ghostbusters "The Halloween Door" TV special. On panel 3, the new sticker on the toolbox references WUGH-FM Studio from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream". On panel 3, on the top shelf are a Weird Fiction from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" and on the middle shelf are a miniature of the gold car and Oscar Peter dreamed of in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, on panel 4, on the computer is the game over message from the Ghostbusters Activision video game.
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, on panel 1, there is a Ghostbusters theater ad. On panel 2, on the far right, on the shelf is a Dopey Dog doll based on his design from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?". On panel 3, on the shelf over the bed is the military cap Ray wore in the deleted Fort Detmerring scene from the first movie. On panel 3, on Ray's bed is the Cursed Artifact, the Stay Puft Figure.
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters Annual 2015, on panel 1, in the other room is the Easter Bunny from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream". On panel 1, on the far right is part of a Blody liter bottle is visible.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters International #3, in panel 2, Janine's trusty whale paperweight is back on her desk after it was last seen in Ghostbusters: Get Real #4 when it was flung at Proteus' head. In panel 2, atop the file cabinet is appears to be Agatha's teddy bear from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Thing in Mrs. Faversham's Attic". In panel 3, on the drawer cabinet Janine pulls from, the label starts with 2206 which was also Dana's apartment in the Shandor Building. In panel 3, on the drawer cabinet Janine pulls from, the label ends with 013335 which was the reading on Ray's Ecto Goggles when he sighted Slimer in the Sedgewick Hotel ballroom. In panel 4, as always, is a bag of Wise Potato Chips in Peter's office. In panel 5, on the newspaper there is an old theater screening ad of Ghostbusters with the headlines "They're Here to Save the World" and "The Supernatural Comedy" and the Ghostbusters ad is an ad for Fright Features line seen in the Schenectady Gazette on June 29, 1988.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters International #3, in panel 2, the object leaning against the wall are the braces that were in Peter's office when he met Walter Peck for the first time in the first movie. In panel 3 and 4, the Skull of Ivo Shandor is on the table right of Kylie. In panel 4, on the far right under the table is the box for Kenner's Ecto-Charger Pack.
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters International #4, in panel 1, 2206 is on Janine's calculator - a nod to Dana's apartment number in the first movie. In panel 2, the object leaning against the wall are the braces that were in Peter's office when he met Walter Peck for the first time in the first movie. Behind Janine is a Wise Potato Chips and on the shelf is a black doughnut box, based on the 2014 Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters Promotion with the Hasty Pastry Bakery mascot.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters International #4, in panel 2, Kevin is carrying a box marked "Fire Station Headquarters," a nod to the U.K. printing of the Kenner Fire House Headquarters.
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 3 and 5, atop the console, is a can of the 2016 Ecto Cooler. In panel 5, on the table left of Peter is a small Hasty Pastry Bakery box. The third floor of the Firehouse resembles the layout of the second floor as seen in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions).There is the console with six monitors, a panel above the console, the shelving, a table with various gear on it like the Stylized version of the Boson Dart attachment, the 4 column mustard drawer set and various objects atop it.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 1, also from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions are the cork board with the map of New York City, the TV with the loading screen of the game, the Ghost Capture arcade. In panel 5, in the hole in wall left of Kylie, is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 1, on the Containment Unit checklist clipboard is a Post-It note with the parts Egon reads off in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost" ending in Transwarp Drive.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 1, Peter's diploma appears. In panel 2, draped over Ray's chair is a newspaper with the "Oh My Gosh" headline from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ghost Fight at the O.K. Corral". The Kenner Ecto-Charger Pack box is on the white cabinet. A Polarity Rectification Tripod from Ghostbusters II, as seen recently up for auction in June 2016, on top of the wooden closet. In panel 3, to the right on the shelf is the P.K.E. Meter from the 2016 movie.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 1: above the lamp is J.S. Burgers' Marshmallow Mad Burger from the 2016 movie promotion, right of Ray's first word balloon is a copy of Ghosts From Our Past from Three Rivers Press, and right of Ray's first word balloon is a can of TaB, which appeared in the first movie, on the Firehouse second floor such as in Chapter 20 when Egon talks to Peter on the phone and Janine is seated next to him.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters International #8, in panel 4, on Peter's desk is Milton Bradley's The Real Ghostbusters: Shrinky Dinks from 1988. On the shelf, under the 2016 P.K.E. Meter is a copy of West End's Tobin's Spirit Guide.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters International #9, in panel 4, the two cardboard boxes are "GB Wiki" - a nod to the Ghostbusters Wiki.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters International #10, in panel 2: on the left side of the table is a bag from McDowell's, the burger franchise from "Coming to America". On the right side of the table is the Ghost Tether from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Partners in Slime". On the far right is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage". Under the Dimensionometer is the Containment Unit from the end of Ghostbusters (2016). On the far right, on the computer screen is a still from the Ghostbusters II Activision video game's Broadway level.
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters International #10, in panel 2, on the top screen is Vigo and on the bottom screen, is the news anchor dressed as a clown from The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever".
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters International #10, in panel 1, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg is on the yellow Post-It Note on the Rauoskinna. Also written on the Post-It Note are: Holar, the town in northern Iceland were the issue begins near, one of the two episcopal seats, and in this case associated with Gottskalk and the Rauoskinna. Second, Skálholt, an important cultural and political center in southern Iceland that was one of two episcopal seats, the other being Holar in the North. Third, Eirikur, or Eirikur Magnusson, an Icelandic priest who used magic for good. In a myth, "How Eírikur Learned His Arts At School," Eirikur and two friends compiled the grimoire Gráskinna in Skálholt. Fourth, Red Skin, the translation of "Rauoskinna" In panel 2: behind Jenny is a bag of Fish & Chips which the Fish Market Haunter from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ghostworld". Right of Jenny is a liter of CM Cola from a sign at the end of The Real Ghostbusters episode "You Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks". Right of Ray is a can of TAB, also seen in the first movie. Left of Kylie is the Summoner Bell. Behind Kylie is the microwave from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. In panel 4. behind Jenny is the Mercury poster from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. On the far right is a Motorola DynaTAC cellular phone. In panel 5, the Employee of the Month board appears: For January, the image is Peter 68-R from Ghostbusters Get Real #4 page 19 panel 3. For February, the image is Peter dialing his cellphone in Volume 2 Issue #7 page 3 panel 5. For March, the image is Peter entering the diner in Volume 1 Issue #9 page 29 panel 3. For April, the image is Peter from the back cover of the Ghostbusters Volume 2 trade paperback. For May, the image is Winston 68-R from Ghostbusters Get Real #4 page 19 panel 2. For June, the image is Peter at the diner talking to Melanie in the cafe in Volume 1 Issue #11 page 19 panel 3. For July, the image is Peter on the TMNT/Ghostbusters Issue #1 Subscription Cover. For August, the image is Peter 50-S cringing at thought of hiring more rookies in opening comic cinematic of Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. For September, the image is Peter 68-R in Ghostbusters Get Real #4 page 19 panel 2. For October, the image is Peter Venkman possessed by Hungry Manitou Volume 1 Issue #6 page 20 panel 4. For November, the image is Rookie from the Rookie & Ron title card first seen in Volume 2 Issue #7, page 22. For December, the image is Ron Alexander from the Rookie & Ron title card from Volume 2 Issue #7, page 22. Right of the Employee of the Month is the Pomegranate Fire Truck poster next to it in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. The arcade on the left is Jump Bug from Ghostbusters II. The arcade in the middle is the one based on The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ain't NASA-Sarily So" with The Creature and Experimental Space Platform Galileo on the marquee. The screen is set to the scene when Ivan Kirov states his crew is in good spirits as he records his captain's log at the beginning of the episode. The arcade on the right is Star Gazer from the first movie. On the white board are: A photo of the Werecat Ghost from Issue #1. Next to the Werecat Ghost photo is the Aegishjalnur stave for protection in battle. Next to the Aegishjalnur is Odin's Illusionary Rune. Right of Odin's Illusionary Rune is the Lasabrjotur stave for breaking locks. Right of the lock breaking rune is the Gapaldur stave for success in battle. Under the Gapaldur is a healing stave. Under the healing stave is a peace stave. Under the peace stave is a good health stave. Under the good health stave is the powerful binding stave. A photo of the Venetian Shop Ghost from Ghostbusters International #2. Next to the Venetian Shop Ghost photo is a Svefnthorn stave for restful sleep. Between Odin's Illusionary Rune and the Svefnthorn is the Ottastafur stave to induce fear in the enemy. Next to the Ottastafur is the Hraethigaldur spell to put fear in the enemy. A photo of the Unknown Soldier Ghosts from Ghostbusters International #4 and a photo of the Plague Doctor Ghost from Ghostbusters International #3. Next to the Plague Doctor photo is the end strife stave. Under the Plague Doctor photo is the Vegvisir stave to prevent from getting lost. On the lower right corner are three bars with names of John Derek, Irving "King" and Steven Spielberg.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters International #10, in panel 1, the doughnut hanging above the sink from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appears. In panel 3, the three baggies are confections on a conveyor belt at Granny's Yum Yum Candy in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon's Ghost". In panel 3, the # of days since last incident sign from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appears. In panel 3, the January image on the Employee of the Month is now swapped with the September image.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters International #11, in panel 2, on the computer screen is a still from the Ghostbusters Activision Video Game Commodore 64 version. In panel 4, the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage" appears. Right of the Dimensionometer, is a can of Blody - a staple drink on the comic book series that was first advertised in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Halloween Door". In panel 4, on the board are: a theater ad for the first movie, the Ghost in a Can England ad, a Ninja Pizza ad from the TMNT 1987 animated series pilot "Turtle Tracks", and the McDonald's Canada tray liner advertising the second movie in 1989 of Ecto-1a by the Firehouse. In panel 7, under Ray, are Rowan North's drawings of himself from his copy of "Ghosts from Our Past: Both Literally and Figuratively: The Study of the Paranormal" in the 2016 movie. The drawing of giant Rowan grabbing people opposite of the 'Open the Barrier' page. The close up drawing of Rowan's face opposite of 'The Fourth Cataclysm' page. Behind Egon as he takes off the analyzer colander is the Latent Image Sensor, a piece of equipment seen briefly in the first montage of Ghostbusters II.
  • On page 21 of Ghostbusters International #11, left of Janine, on the cabinet label is a reference to The Real Ghostbusters and 1986, the year it premiered. Left of Kevin, on the top cabinet label is a reference to the Extreme Ghostbusters and 1997, the year it aired. On the bottom cabinet label is a reference to the first Ghostbusters movie and 1984. In panel 2, on the right on the paper, the Sandman from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" appears.
  • On page 31 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, in panel 3, the animated toaster from Ghostbusters II is chained down on a shelf.
  • On page 32 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, the tray of P.K.E. Meters are from the original movies, The Real Ghostbusters, and the Ghostbusters (2016 Movie).
  • On page 39 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, the opening panel is a loose nod to the layout of the second floor of the Firehouse in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, with the vacuum cleaner, cart, ladder, boxes, and green rug. The Phoenican Plague Vase appears where it is after Rookie collects it. In panel 2, the Paranormal Containment Research Tank's roof sports features seen in the concept design included in the Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions disc. In panel 2, on the top shelf between Ray's word balloons is the Mattel: Ecto Minis Ecto-1 in mint condition. In panel 2, on the shelf behind Ray is a Trap from the 2016 movie. In panel 2, on the shelf left of Kylie's left leg is the Sandman's hourglass from the Ghostbusters Annual 2015. In panel 2, on the far right, on the tower monitor screen is the Ghost News website from the chapter 12 of the 2016 movie when Abby Yates shows the list of cases happening. In panel 2, on the cork board: On the top left, between Egon's legs, the Millennium Hotels and Resorts logo of the group who owns the Biltmore Hotel used for the location of the Sedgewick Hotel in the first movie. On the bottom left, between Egon's legs, the PCOC flier the Ghostbusters find on the doors of the Sedgewick Hotel when they return to it towards the end of Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. Top right, a scratch and win BCLC lottery ticket with Ghostbusters 2016 artwork seen in Fall 2016 in BC, Canada. Top right center, an image of Janus the Roman god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, doorways, passages, and endings.
  • On page 41 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, in panel 1, the Human Body poster from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appears.
  • On page 42 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, in panel 3, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg appears on the days without incident sign. In panel 3, over Ray's shoulder, is Abby's barren take out soup from the 2016 movie.
  • On page 43 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, in panel 4, the green flier on the shelf is Abby's advertisement from chapter 5 of the 2016 movie that invoked the Homeland Security's "If you see something, say something" motto. In panel 5, the punching bag from the sleeping quarters in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions appears. In panel 5, on the left above the microwave is a drawing of Rowan North's ghost form from the 2016 movie Schoening drew before the movie came out, the Icon Ghost, Schoening drew on Montana's paper table cover before seeing the 2016 movie in July, and a hippo drinking from a river, drawn by Schoening's daughter Paige.
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 2, on the table on the right, the book on top of the pile references Andrew Shaffer, author of the Three Rivers Press printing of "Ghosts From Our Past". The title of the book "How to Create Cults and Influence People" is a nod to "How to Make Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie. In panel 2, on the table are a Slinkie and toaster - nods to Ghostbusters II. In panel 2, on the table behind the teenagers is the Spooks Illustrated pull-out article seen at the end of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Ghostbuster of the Year". In panel 2, in the upper right corner on the drawing board is Dan Schoening's model sheet for the Boogieman from Ghostbusters: The Board Game. In panel 3, on the shelf behind Ray is the Kenner Ecto-Plazm box. In panel 4, in front of the Ecto-Plazm, is a box of Primo Spiffies Cakes which were introduced in Annual 2017. In panel 4, on the right, is a Blody can and the "Ghostbusters" song 30th anniversary edition.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 1, in the box on the armchair, is the Ghostbusters II Soundtrack CD longbox back cover. In panel 3, behind Peter, is the I Love New York ceramic pig seen behind him in Chapter Two of the first movie when he administers electric shocks.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 3, the Ghostbusters II Poster Book is on the shelf above Peter's head.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 1, on the console is the Containment Unit Monitor from The Real Ghostbusters episode "X-Mas Marks the Spot". In panel 2, on the console above the button Kylie pushes is a mini flux capacitor from "Back to the Future" and in the lower left corner, is "...m Chamber" which appears to be a nod to the Plutonium Chamber from "Back to the Future".
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 3, in the upper left corner is "Ridiculous Speed" - a nod to "Space Balls" when Dark Helmet, played by Rick Moranis, orders the ship to go to Ludicrous Speed and in the upper right corner is "Percent Power" - a nod to "Back to the Future". It was one of the dials from the DeLorean near the Plutonium Chamber.
  • On page 15 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, in panel 1, on the screen is the Crypto-Smasher v3.10 used by Gary and Wyatt in "Weird Science" to hack the military.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, in panel 3, next to the frame is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off". In panel 4, on Janine's computer screen, is the "Hi Toots..." repeating message made by the Imps in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, in panel 4, in the box is the Funko Pop Ghostbusters Team pack Marshmallow covered variant - San Diego Comic Con 2014 exclusive.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, the third floor is visually based on the second floor in The Video Game (Stylized Versions): the loading screen on the TV, on the table on the left are some Stylized Versions of equipment like the Trap, Paragoggle], a Proton Pack with the Boson Dart attachment, Slime Mine, and a Slime Blower. On the table on the right are more Stylized Versions of the Stasis Stream, Particle Thrower, and P.K.E. Meter, aiming reticule on the floor, interact logo prompt on the floor, and the map on the brown board
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, in panel 1, on shelf left of Zoe is the "Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters" Cereal box from Ralston in 1990 and two Ecto-Plazms. The teenagers have Citrus Coolers, circa 1969, the original versions and predecessors to the Ecto Cooler drink. In panel 1, on the monitor screens are: top left is the title card from the second intro sequence, bottom left is a still from the Beeline game of Ghostbusters busting a Football Player and the Library ghost, top right is a still from the Game Boy Color Extreme Ghostbusters Video Game with Eduardo Rivera in play, bottom right is a level from a 2007 Park Productions remake of the Ghostbusters II Activision Computer Version's Level 2 of the Statue of Liberty walking with several Flying Slimers in its path. In panel 3, now on the monitor screens are stills of the Rookie/Stylized Version looking around the 2nd floor of the Firehouse in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions.
  • On page 13 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, in panel 1, on the table are a Shock Blast from The Video Game, Stylized Versions, a can of Blody advertised at the end of The Real Ghostbusters "The Halloween Door" and a Proton Grenade. In panel 2, now on the monitor screens are stills of the Junior Ghostbusters from The Real Ghostbusters: top left is when they raise their club rings to the sky in "Halloween II ½", bottom left is when they're trick or treating, from candy giver's point of view, and Jason shrugs his shoulders in "Halloween II ½", top right is when the Ghostbusters talk to them in their clubhouse after driving out the Boogieman in "The Bogeyman Is Back", and bottom right is Donald in a pose in the clubhouse in "The Bogeyman is Back". In panel 2, the framed newspaper in the hall is the New York Post's "Ghost Cops Bust Chinatown Spook" front page headline from the first movie's first montage, seen in Chapter 14.
  • On page 14 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #2, in panel 3, there is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery from The Real Ghostbusters "The Joke's on Ray". In panel 4, as always, the biometric scanner is still attached to the Containment Unit.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 2, behind Zoe on the brown board are the papers posted up during Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) on the second floor by the kitchen area. In the bottom right corner is the contaminated flight suits from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost".
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 1, on the shelving on the right on the top shelf is a white box of Primo Spiffies Cakes. In panel 3, the boxes by Kevin references the Ghostbusters Wiki and IDW comics Volume 2 #20, Annual 2017, Volume 1 #16, Ghostbusters International, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 5, still on the front desk computer's screen is the repeating "Hi Toots" left by Imps in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 3, left of Peter is the Phoenician Plague Vase where it appears after Rookie collects it in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. The second floor is still laid out like it was in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions such as the green carpet, Periodic Table, and New York City poster. In panel 3, between Erin and Abby on the lower shelf is the standard version of Ghostbusters: The Board Game.
  • On page 12 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 3, on the left, on the middle shelf is a Ghostbusters II promotional theater cup from Australia. In panel 3, on the cork board is an advertisement for a U.K. release of Rainbow Communications Limited's The Real Ghostbusters 3 stories on cassette: "Adventures in Slime and Space", "Cold Cash and Hot Water", and "Beneath These Streets" and the first page of the Slimer! Bible. Behind Holtzmann is the Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary hanging signage with Slimer, "They're Here", the Stay Puft Marshmallow Doughnut, and Ghostbusters Doughnut. In panel 3, on the far right, on the kitchen counter is the Hi C Citrus Cooler, the precursor to the Ecto Cooler.
  • On page 16 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 1, on the right on the screen is a grab from opening cutscene of Dana holding Oscar in the Ghostbusters II Atari video game.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, in panel 1, the Containment Unit Viewer from The Real Ghostbusters is still on the control console.
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #4, in panel 2, on the top shelf are the items from Ghostbusters II, on the bottom shelf is the piece of the Dimensional Inverter from The Real Ghostbusters "When Halloween Was Forever", on the right are jars of Psychomagnotheric Slime like in Ghostbusters II, above the slime is a can of Blody, above the Blody on the monitor screen is the distorted image of Stay Puft Marshmallow Man's face on the TV from about 10 seconds into the April 2016 trailer for the Ghostbusters Activision Video Game (2016) video game. In panel 5, left of Abby is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage". The text on Egon's box is references Ecto Glow Heroes figures. In Egon's box, the blue object is Kenner's Nutrona Blaster toy weapon. In panel 5, the tentacle sticking out of Spate's Catalog is a reference to the book's design in West Ends' Ghostbusters International board game. In panel 6, on the corkboard are: on the upper left is Amercep's Real Ghostbusters Auto Sun Shield, next to the shield is the display art for the Squirrel's Slimer fruit flavored chewy bar from the United Kingdom, the patch is from the Ghostbusters of Alberta Canada fan franchise and above the scanner head set is Kenner's Real Ghostbusters toys/Ghostbusters II in theatre ad.
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #4, in panel 3, on the far right, on the drawing board is Dan Schoening's design for the Boogieman for Ghostbusters: The Board Game. In panel 4, the lab area from the 2016 movie appears. Kevin Tanaka looks at the Ghost Transporter from the end of the 2016 movie and on the far right, is the Containment Unit. Also in panel 4, to the right of Kevin, is the Skull of Ivo Shandor.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #4, in panel 3, draped on a chair is the "Nosebusters" article involving Erin punching Blogger Chris Gethard in Chapter 12 of the 2016 movie. Left of the "Nosebusters" is the Nutcracker from the end of the 2016 movie.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, in panel 4, the Camcorder used is the Sony 4K AX33 handycam from the 2016 movie. Garrett has on the blue cap from the Ghostbusters II Lobby Card No. 7, Evan has on the cap Ray wore in Ghostbusters II Chapter 14, Cait has on Abby's Helmet from the 2016 movie, and Zoe has on the Aura Video-Analyzer colander. The white diode panel by Evan can also be seen in the Ghostbusters II Lobby Card No. 7 Behind Zoe on top of the computer is the Mattel Rowan's Ghost toy. Attached to the sides of the black console are the green canister from the Mattel Ecto Minis Peter Venkman and Slime and the pink canister from the Ecto Minis Ms. Slimer and Slimer. On the far right, on the computer screen is the infamous bad grammar ending to the Ghostbusters Activision Video Game. In panel 5, on top of the shelving are a bag of Stay Puft Marshmallows and the green contents are Slimer bits from Campfire's Ghostbusters Marshmallows, the Slime Blower guns from the second movie as they appeared in Chapter 14, the Ion Shield Gun version 7 concept done by Kyle Brown on April 15, 2015 for later became the Ghost Chipper, and on the second row is the device that was next to Holtzmann in her and Abby's Kenneth P. Higgins lab in Chapter 2 when Erin first met her.
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, in panel 2, left of Abby is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage". In panel 2, on the corkboard are Ghostbusters II sweepstakes for family trip to Hollywood from a Ghost in a Can entry form done in Australia back in 1989 in conjunction with BP and Coca-Cola, Scorpio Products International LTD's The Real Ghostbusters door hangar that came in select issues of Marvel UK's The Real Ghostbusters comic series, The Real Ghostbusters 'Schoolhouse' and 'Silly Slimer' school theme box art from McDonalds' promotion of The Real Ghostbusters in 1987, and the Alberta Ghostbusters' logo on a business card.
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, in panel 1, on the black console's screen is a still from The Real Ghostbusters Data East video game when the players shoot at the Gliding Grim Reaper. In panel 1, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg in on the computer monitor left of Garrett.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, in panel 2 and 3, the frame that can be partially seen is the logo for the Bandai Ghostbusters Toy Line that ran from 1984 to 1985. In panel 4, on the ground on the right is Ali El-Baluu's Irksome Rug where it appears after Rookie collects it in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions).
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, Abby is in a room with suits visually based on the VR helmet, haptic vest, and blasters from The Void's Ghostbusters: Dimension that started last year. The device that Abby holds during her breakdown that Erin later swipes is visually based on the Belt Gizmo eye glasses case by Dollond And Aitchison Group. In panel 1, the posters reference the "Here to Save the World" and "I've Been Slimed" shirts from the first movie's Official Mail Order Merchandise.
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, Kevin Beckman's desk and board from Chapter 16 of the 2016 movie is on the right in panel 1.
  • On page 19 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #5, in panel 2: Erin's box references Kenner's Highway Haunter. Abby's blowtorch references the Fire fly from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Troll Bridge". In panel 4, in the box is NOW Comics' The Real Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #6. In front of the box is an Imp from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off".
  • On page 6 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #6, in panel 3, on top of a foot locker is the box for Milton Bradley's 100 piece The Real Ghostbusters jigsaw puzzle, "The Ghostbusters Being Chased by Stay Puft".
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #6, in panel 2, the cardboard box atop the white locker now references Kenner's Fire Station Headquarters playset.
  • On page 8 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #6, in panel 1, the posted map of Manhattan from Kevin's desk. In panel 5, on Janine's desk is a cup of tea - nod to her love of chamomile tea.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters: Funko Universe, on panel 3, on the table in the background is a box of Boo Berry cereal. In panel 6, there is some Psychomagnotheric Slime in a beaker.
  • On page 9 of Funko Universe, in panel 3, below the TV set is a Nintendo 16 bit console and Peter plays a VHS tape .
  • On page 11 of Funko Universe, in panel 4 and 6, on top of the computer monitor is a box of Twinkies.
  • On page 7 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, the vacuum cleaner from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) is on the floor. In panel 4, on the kitchen counter is a can of Blody. Next to it is the Summoner's Bell and microwave from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
  • On page 8 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 1, on top of the refrigerator is the Singing Slime from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. In panel 1, on the counter is the liter bottle of Blody. In panel 1, to the right of the refrigerator is a box from Dick's Pizza, a pizzeria introduced in Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #13.
  • On page 10 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 1, to the left of Donatello is the The Real Ghostbusters Data East arcade.
  • On page 11 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 1, on the cork board are (from left to right): the New York News newspaper from the end of the New Ghostbusters II Video Game, the Amstrad/Schneider "Richochet" EU cover for Ghostbusters Activision Video Game, a 1985 "Now Making Housecalls!" ad for the VHS release of the first Ghostbusters movie reusing the poster of Peter, Ray, and Egon looking up, Slimer added to the top right corner, and the VHS cover on the left of the guys, and the black and white photo of the 1984 Official Ghostbusters Fan Club's Swissvale, Pennsylvania founders Mark Lister and Jim Garvey with merchandise. In panel 1, in the lower left corner is part of the Hohman's Low Black-Ruse cursed artifact from Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions. In panel 5, behind Ray is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo figure.
  • On page 12 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 1, left of Winston is the Star Gazer arcade from the first Ghostbusters movie. In panel 3, behind Peter is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II arcade.
  • On page 17 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 2, by Egon is the Mobile X-Ray Machine set on Slimer's scan from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Future Tense". In panel 2, left of Donatello is the Mass Containment Field from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Dairy Farm". In panel 3, on the left is Egon's Quonset Hut from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Camping it Up".
  • On page 18 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 1, on the table are equipment from stylized versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game: Slime Mine, a Proton Pack with Boson Dart, and Stasis Stream. Egon holds the Shock Blast. On the right is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery. In panel 2, Donatello is holding the Globuscope from Ghostbusters II. In panel 3, to the right of Egon is a still, from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions) of Ray with the Aura Video-Analyzer colander on in the cinematic after the player finds the team on the second floor at the beginning of gameplay.
  • On page 19 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, in panel 4, also seen on the table are more equipment from stylized versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game: Paragoggles, Trap, and P.K.E. Meter.
  • On page 20 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1. in panel 1, Egon works at the console from stylized versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game. On top of the console is a 2016 Ecto Cooler can. To the right of Donatello on the window sill is Luis Delgado's 15 eater egg as an "XV". In panel 3, the ghost sprites on the screen are from the city map in Ghostbusters Activision (1984). In panel 4, on the right, the arcades are: Ghost Capture from Panic in Times Square Level at a Photon Tempest Games room in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions, Moonstrosity X from middle of arcades on 2nd floor in Firehouse in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions, and Star Castle from middle of arcades on 2nd floor in Firehouse in first Ghostbusters movie.
  • On page 4 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, once again, on the table are equipment from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions). In panel 1, above Donatello's clipboard is a black business card for the Louisiana Ghostbusters. The photo above Donatello is from Chapter 27 of the first movie when Stay Puft Marshmallow Man begins climbing 550 Central Park West after it's blasted. In panel 3, on the shelf is on 2016 Ecto Cooler and two Citrus Cooler cans.
  • On page 5 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, in panel 1, still on the far table is a box of Hasty Pastry Bakery. In panel 2, on the four screens are stills from Ghostbusters II Video Game (Gameboy).
  • On page 18 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, in panel 5, once again like last issue, the three arcades are Ghost Capture, Moonstrosity X, and Star Castle.
  • On page 20 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, in panel 2, on the five screens are still from Extreme Ghostbusters: Code Ecto-1: top left is driving in-between level, top middle is th level title screen with Kylie Griffin and Eduardo Rivera art, top right is Ecto-1 art that precedes driving, bottom middle is Eduardo in-game firing, and bottom right is Kylie in-game. In panel 2, on the back of the box, near Janine's left hip is Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg.
  • On page 17 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #4, in panel 2, on the table are the The Real Ghostbusters Slumber Mate bag from 1989, the yellow packet is the Leonardo Hostess' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pies from 1990-1991, and the white golf club bag is based on the bag of Scott Simpson during the second round of the 1997 Motorola Western Open at Cog Hill Country Club in Lemont, Illinois where Bill Murray carried for him. In panel 4, on top of the shelf is a can of Blody and an unused logo from development of the first movie is on the toolbox.
  • On page 18 of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #4, the third floor hall is seen for the first time. In panel 4, between Donatello and Egon is a frame of a poster from the first Ghostbusters movie.
  • On page 9 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #5, in panel 1, on the left, the text on the biometric scanner screen is "Fail-Safe Deactivated". On the console behind Peter is The Real Ghostbusters Slumber Mate bag. Simpson's golf bag also appears again.
  • On page 9 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 1, the microwave from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) is on the left. In panel 1, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg appears on the Days since last incident sign from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions). In panel 1, on the Employee of the Month board from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) are: April is Peter from Ghostbusters International Issue #2 page 4 panel 3, August is Peter from Volume 1 Issue #2 Cover RI, September is Peter 68-R, and October is Peter from the Ghostbuters 101 #4 Subscription Cover. In panel 1, the left arcade is Scary House is based on Midway's 1972 Haunted House arcade. In panel 2, the Mercury poster from Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) appears. In panel 2, the art posted on the refrigerator is of a child's costume seen at the start of The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Halloween Door" and on top of refrigerator is the bowl of candy from the start of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II 1/2". In panel 5, on the floor is Hohman's Black Low-Rise from where it goes after Rookie collects it in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) and by the Hohman's is the washtub used in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Magnificent Five". In panel 5, atop the microwave is UFO Pizza from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) episode "The Case of the Killer Pizzas". Left of the microwave is Mitsubishi Foods' Ghostbusters Halloween Crackers and Ghostbusters Halloween Biscuits.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 2, on the billiards table is the Toaster of Sights Unseen after Rookie collects it. In panel 5, right of Jenny on the counter is a miniature of the relic Samhain was freed from in The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever".
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 1 is a recreation of a scene from Ghostbusters Chapter 11 "We Got One!" after Janine gets the call from the Sedgewick Hotel.
  • On page 24 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 2, on the Post It note on the left is a reference to Elon Spengler and the Wastebusters from The Earth Day Special. In panel 4, Peter's toy is based on the gold car his animated counterpart dreamed of in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream".
  • On page 25 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 1, the Dimensional Inverter part from The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever" is in its usual place on the bottom shelf. On the table are the 2 jars of Psychomagnotheric Slime from Ghostbusters II. On the same table, on the other end, is a drawing of two The Real Ghostbusters P.K.E. Meters. In panel 3, next to the box on the self is a Ben Cooper The Real Ghostbusters Egon mask, Slime Blower gun, and Winston's mask from start of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Halloween II 1/2". The box Egon digs through references Playmobil.
  • On page 27 of Ghostbusters Annual 2018, in panel 4, in Winston's locker are a baseball cap with the logo of Good's Baseball Team from The Real Ghostbusters "Night Game" and a baseball and catcher's mitt, a nod to his love of the sport.
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #1, the first 2 panels loosely recreate a Firehouse scene in TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2.
  • On page 18 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #1, in panel 2, the frame by Jenny is of the Melnitz Family from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine's Day Off". In panel 2, on Janine's desk are Ghostbusters II business cards, the trusty whale paperweight, and on her computer is the orbital insertion screen from the Nostromo in "Alien".
  • On page 1 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #2, behind Holtzmann, in the corner of the frame is the credit for John DeCuir and Bernie Brillstein in the "They're Here to Save the World" poster of the 1984 movie.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #2, once again, the third floor is modeled after the second floor in Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Stylized Versions).
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #2, in panel 4, the middle arcade is from the Firehouse 2nd floor in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Stylized Versions. In panel 5, on the shelf is a can of Ecto Cooler from the 2016 promotion. In panel 6, on the two green screens are from stage 1 of the Ghostbusters II Game Boy.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #2, Kevin's box references the Ghostbusters Wiki and the Kenner Firehouse playset.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #5, in panel 1, inside Jenny's box is: a Hallmark's The Real Ghostbusters paper plate, 2 C.A. Reed The Real Ghostbusters Hot and Cold Cups, and C.A. Reed The Real Ghostbusters Table Cover. In panel 3, the toy coupe car is repurposed by Ghostbusters fan Jeff Shreck Jr., for his son, to resemble Ecto-1 from the 2016 movie. It was dubbed "Ecto 1/2".
  • On page 4 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #5, in panel 2, on the middle shelf is again the Trading Cards binder from Cryptozoic.
  • The Firehouse was mentioned in the 101 Cadets' bio in the 38th Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card, released on June 28, 2018.[33]
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters: IDW 20/20, in panel 2, on the pizza box is Luis Antonio Delgado's 15 easter egg as a 15% discount label.
  • On page 3 of Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters, in panel 4, on the top shelf are spare Slimer Blower nozzles like in Ghostbusters II, Yuppie Water from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Short Stuff", and on the bottom shelf behind Egon is the Dimensional Inverter part from The Real Ghostbusters episode "When Halloween Was Forever". In front of Ray on the table is a Ghostbusters II mug from Colorolls. There is a can of Blody by Ray's head. The Basic English sign from "Stripes" is behind Ray. Above Ray's head, on the computer screen is a screen grab from level one of the Ghostbusters II Game Boy game. To Ray's left, is the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage".
  • On page 5 of 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters, in panel 2, the No Bozo sticker from Peter's construction helmet in Ghostbusters II is on the black device right of the slime jar.
  • On page 6 of 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters, in panel 1, above Peter's shoulder is a Proton Cannister from Extreme Ghostbusters. In panel 3, on the cork board is the map of Atlantis done by Athanasius Kircher for "Mundus Subterraneus" (1669).
  • On page 14 of 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters, in panel 2, behind Janine are Peter's generator from The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Devil in the Deep" and the Specter Detector model sheet. In panel 3, the drawer label is "2020" a nod to when the next live action movie is set to release in July 2020.
  • On page 15 of 35th Anniversary: Ghostbusters, left of Peter is the Ghostbusters Balloon, first introduced in Ghostbusters II in white.
  • On page 1 of Transformers/Ghostbusters: Ghosts of Cybertron Issue #3, in panel 2 is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery. 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 in the Hasty Pastry Bakery box, the purple can reads "Sugar Spike," a nod to Spike Witwicky, a human friend of the Autobots, and the small purple sugar cube box is a nod to the Transformers' Energon.
  • On page 2 of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3, in panel 3, the Transformers lunch box is mis-colored blue for the page.
  • On page 3 of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3, in panel 5, on Janine's computer screen is the shot of Unicron on Primacron's computer seen in the middle of the Transformers episode "Call of the Primitives" when Oracle tells the origins of Unicron.
  • On page 4 of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3, in panel 1, on the table in front of the research tank is one of the memory components Wheeljack later installed in the Dinobots in the Transformer's episode "S.O.S. Dinobots".
  • On page 5 of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3, in panel 1, on the counter is a can of Blody, and the room's Wall-Trap is shown to be back in working order after being torn up in Get Real #3.
  • On page 6 of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3, in panel 2, on the counter is a liter of Blody.
  • On Cover B of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1:
    • The employee file lists the Firehouse address.
    • The Ghostbusters ad in the New York Times classified lists the real life address of the NY Hook & Laddder Co. #8.
  • On page 2 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1, in panel 3, Officer Carlson refers to when the Firehouse blew up in the first movie.
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1, in panel 4, the ad Winston reads has the Firehouse's address.
  • On page 6 of Year One Issue #1, the scene takes place in Chapter 14: Welcome Aboard between when Winston looks up at the sign and when Janine asks the question about what he believes in. Janine alludes to when Peter asked Marty if the first sign was too subtle or not in Chapter 8: "Bug-Eyes Thing".
  • On page 7 of Year One Issue #1, the interview scene from Chapter 14 is reenacted
  • On page 8 of Year One Issue #1, it is revealed Winston got his Proton Pack training on the roof.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1, in panel 1, posted on the inside of Peter's locker door is the New York Post "Ghost Cops Bust Chinatown Spook" and USA Today newspaper from Chapter 14.
  • On Cover B of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #2, on Ray's file is a partial of the Firehouse's North Moore Street address and the 555-2368 phone number seen in Chapter 7: Fried Eggs & Zuul.
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #2, in panel 2, on Janine's computer screen is Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg.
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #2, in panel 3, on Peter's locker door is an official 8x10 photograph of Sigourney Weaver in costume as Dana.
  • The Firehouse appears on the covers:
    • Cover B of Volume 1 Issue #2
      • The cover is re-used for the Volume 1 trade paperback
    • Cover A of Volume 1 Issue #14
    • Cover RI of Volume 1 Issue #16
    • Cover RI and the Subscription Cover Variant of Volume 2 Issue #1
    • The 2016 edition of the Volume 5 trade paperback
    • Cover A of Volume 2 Issue #13
    • Subscription Cover of Volume 2 Issue #14
    • Regular Cover of Volume 2 Issue #15
    • Subscription Cover of Volume 2 Issue #17
    • Regular Cover of Volume 2 Issue #19
    • Second Printing of Get Real Issue #1
    • Subscription Cover of Get Real Issue #3
    • Back cover of Get Real trade paperback
    • Regular and Subscription Covers of Annual 2015
    • Regular Cover of Annual 2017
    • RI Wraparound Cover of 101 Issue #2
    • Cover B and RI Wraparound Photo Cover of 101 Issue #6
    • Cover A of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2
    • Cover B of TMNT/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2
    • Cover A and B of Annual 2018
    • Cover A, RI-A, and Convention Variant Photo Cover of Crossing Over Issue #1
    • Cover B of Crossing Over Issue #3
    • Cover B of Crossing Over Issue #5
    • Cover RI of Crossing Over Issue #8
    • Regular Cover of IDW 20/20
      • Dimension 50-S version
    • Cover B and RI-A of Transformers/Ghostbusters: Ghosts of Cybertron Issue #1.
    • Cover A and RI of Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #3
    • Cover B of Ghostbusters: Year One Issue #1
    • Cover B of Ghostbusters: Year One Issue #2
    • Cover B and RI of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #3.

Appearances

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Secondary Canon







Cryptozoic Entertainment

See also

References

  1. GBII Invoice
  2. GBII Invoice #2
  3. GBII Invoice Auction
  4. Egon Spengler (2014). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20" (2014) (Comic p.10). Egon says: "The ghost is trying to manifest a familiar set of surroundings but we're miles from the source of the original haunting. It's having difficulty."
  5. Janine Melnitz (2015). IDW Comics- "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Issue #4" (2015) (Comic p.2). Janine says: "That was a proximity alarm, Peter! It's set to go off whenever something very nasty gets too close to the Firehouse! Which you'd know if you ever bothered to read a memo!"
  6. Jenny Moran (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #1" (2016) (Comic p.13). Jenny Moran says: "Now, now. The last few repairs should be done soon. We're just erring on the side of safety to keep OSHA happy."
  7. Real Estate Woman (1984).Ghostbusters (1984) (DVD ts. 15:49-15:52). Columbia Pictures. Real Estate Woman says: "...office space, sleeping quarters, and showers on the next floor and a full kitchen on the top level."
  8. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1983). Ghostbusters (First Draft August 5, 1983) (Script p. 19). Egon Spengler says: "It's 9,642.55 square feet.""
  9. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 38 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "The firehouse which was to become the Ghostbusters' headquarters was, in reality, two separate buildings -- 3000 miles apart. All of the exterior shots were filmed at an old firehouse in New York, which is still in use, while the interiors were shot in a decommissioned firehouse in Los Angeles, presently employed as an artist's studio. The two buildings were remarkably similar, both in appearance and layout."
  10. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 38 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Joe Medjuck says: "The firehouse in Los Angeles is a huge place -- three stories high. And all of the scenes that were supposed to take place in the firehouse were actually filmed in the firehouse. None of that was done at the studio. When the script says 'basement of the firehouse,' we are actually in the basement of that firehouse. Though John DeCuir added lots of things to dress the place, most of the essential elements were already there."
  11. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 39. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Though firehall interiors were shot in Los Angeles, corresponding exteriors employed a similarly configured building in New York."
  12. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 38 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Michael Gross says: "I made a preliminary trip to New York; and while I was there, I took some photos of that particular firehouse because, coincidentally, it happened to be right around the corner from where I was staying. I thought at the time, 'Now, that's the kind of firehouse we're looking for. But I figured there were probably a dozen firehouses like that in New York and when we did out location scouting, we'd look at them all. Curiously, that one turned out to be the perfect one."
  13. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 39. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Production designer John DeCuir examines a foam core mockup of the firehall -- an existing structure to which he would be adding the enclosed office area at the rear as well as other modifications and refinements. Such mockups were invariably useful in establishing a three-dimensional feel for the sets -- before costly construction or renovation was initiated -- and often proved useful to Ivan Reitman for blocking action and determining camera angles."
  14. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 39. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Once these initial scenes were shot, DeCuir and his staff moved in and made the necessary modifications for later sequences in the film."
  15. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 38 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Joe Medjuck says: "The building itself happens to be in a really crummy section of town which is used a lot for filming. We were running into the Hill Street Blues crew all the time."
  16. Joe Medjuck (2005). Ghostbusters- Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 16:00-16:10). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "More creative geography. This is an actual old Firehouse in Los Angeles but the exterior is an actual in-use Firehouse in New York. "
  17. Harold Ramis (2005). Ghostbusters- Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 16:10-16:13). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Harold Ramis says: "Coincidentally built in the same year, 1912. "
  18. Ivan Reitman (2005). Ghostbusters- Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 16:17-16:24). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "And it's true, as soon as we did see this pole, Danny said we gotta use it. It wasn't just a moment in the movie. "
  19. Harold Ramis (2005). Ghostbusters- Commentary (2005) (DVD ts. 28:32-28:36). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Harold Ramis says: "This really was fun. This was also back in LA. We got to slide down the pole. "
  20. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 141 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Although the explosion of ghosts through the firehall rooftop was inserted optically, a physical effect -- involving blasts of smoke and harmless debris -- was also employed as the building's panic-driven occupants pour out into the street."
  21. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 141 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Joe Medjuck says: "We were shooting outside the firehouse in New York. And because of the special effects and the fact that we were using three cameras, it took a long time between takes to set up. When everything was ready to go, Ivan would signal for cameras to roll and then wait for confirmation from each before yelling 'Action!' -- which the people inside the firehouse could barely hear. Richard Edlund and his crew were up on the roof of a building across the street; and on one take, when Ivan asked if cameras were up to speed, Richard said, 'No, we're not ready.' So Ivan stepped into the middle of the street and yelled, 'Hold it!' But everyone on the inside somehow thought he'd said 'Action!' The smoke bombs went off, the doors burst open, the cast came charging out into the street -- and there's Ivan standing right in their midst. Everyone was horrified. It was like the worst filmmaking nightmare come true. But Ivan just burst out laughing."
  22. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 142 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "An expansive lower Manhattan street setting, rendered in matte painting form by Matthew Yuricich. When photographed, the firehall would be inserted into the undetailed center section as a live-action element. On a neighboring building is a billboard advertisement for Stay-Puft marshmallows."
  23. Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 142 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "The rupturing rooftop was shot in miniature at Entertainment Effects Group."
  24. Aykroyd, Dan & Ramis, Harold (1988). Ghostbusters II (August 5, 1988 Draft) (Script p. 41). "Paragraph reads: "Now, however, it is a sorry sight. The doors and windows have been boarded up; there is still a gaping hole in the roof from the powerful explosion of their ghost containment system; neighborhood kids have thrown rocks through the large Ghostbusters logo that hangs over the entrance; and a big sign is posted on the door that reads "Space Available," followed by the name and phone number of a Realtor."
  25. Wallace, Daniel (2015). Ghostbusters The Ultimate Visual History, p. 151. Insight Editions, San Rafael CA USA, ISBN 9781608875108. Line reads: "In a subtle bit of location trickery, the previously unseen third floor of the LA firehouse doubled as the site of the birthday party where Ray and Winston perform for an ungrateful audience of fifth graders."
  26. Wallace, Daniel (2015). Ghostbusters The Ultimate Visual History, p. 151. Insight Editions, San Rafael CA USA, ISBN 9781608875108. Tom Duffield says: "Upstairs was the old captain's quarters, and we knew we could use it as the party scene."
  27. Game Informer "What You Didn't Know About Ghostbusters"
  28. Luis Delgado deviantArt 2/19/12
  29. Dapper Dan post 12/21/11
  30. Tristan Jones deviantArt Scholeri Brothers
  31. Screengrab of "Here Are The Smurfs" spoof from "Curse of the Evil Eye" via Turtlepedia
  32. Screengrab of "G.I. Joe" spoof from "Curse of the Evil Eye" via Turtlepedia
  33. TomWaltz Tweet 6/28/18
  34. What Came Before! (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #1" (2016) (Comic What Came Before!). Line reads: "But now... Janine and Kylie are back in the States, there are no new quartets visiting from beyond the dimensional veil, and repairs to the Firehouse are nearing completion."
  35. Janine Melnitz (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #1" (2016) (Comic p.13). Janine says: "I never thought I'd say I miss the Firehouse but I miss the Firehouse."
  36. Egon Spengler (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #5" (2016) (Comic p.6). Egon Spengler says: "Even if you did, my security system automatically transmits video of any psychokinetic disturbance directly to the office."
  37. Egon Spengler (2017). IDW Comics- "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #3" (2017) (Comic p.15). Egon Spengler says: "We'd... best get back to the Firehouse."
  38. Ray Stantz (2019). IDW Comics- " Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #2" (2019) (Comic p.20). Ray Stantz says: "We can help you with that, if you can give us a hand getting home."
  39. Narrator (2019). IDW Comics- "Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #4" (2019) (Comic p.1). Narrator says: "It doesn't have quite have the same level of scanning equipment as the Firehouse -- but the alien robot visitors had a bit more elbow room."
  40. Peter Venkman (2019). IDW Comics- "Transformers/Ghostbusters Issue #4" (2019) (Comic p.2). Peter Venkman says: "Sure, we don't have all the scanning toys out here that we do at the station, but I think Janine was getting hives thinking of you both trying to fit in the entryway, shame you can't, y'know, shrink."
  41. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.60). Paragraph reads: "We went to plan B and lured Lilith to the firehouse by emitting a frequency matched to her own psychokinetic energy (P.K.E.) signature."
  42. Narrator (2016). Insight Editions- "Tobin's Spirit Guide" (2016) (Book p.66). Paragraph reads: "When we arrived, Wat, in its elderly lady guise, feigned shock and asked for sanctuary at our headquarters while we tackled the haunting."


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FirstFloorPetersOfficeinGBTVGRVsc03.png
GB1film2005chapter15sc013.png
FirstFloorRightBackroominGBTVGRVsc02.png
FirstFloorRightBackroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirstFloorOfficeStorageAreainGBTVGRVsc05.png
FirstFloorOfficeStorageAreainGBTVGRVsc04.png
FirstFloorOfficeStorageAreainGBTVGRVsc03.png
FirstFloorOfficeStorageAreainGBTVGRVsc02.png
FirstFloorOfficeStorageAreainGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirstFloorStairwellAreainGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirstFloorStairwellAreainGBTVGRVsc02.png
FirstFloorCeilinginGBTVGRVsc02.png
FirstFloorCeilinginGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirehouseFirstFloorStairsTheVideoGameRV01.jpg
FirstFloorBackroominGBTVGRVsc01.png

Second Floor

FirstFloor2ndfloorStairsinGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirehouseFirstFloorStairsTheVideoGameRV02.jpg
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc02.png
GB1film2005chapter09sc013.png
GB1EgonsLabBackgroundcollage.png
GB1EgonsLabBackgroundcollage2.png
GB2film1999chapter13sc002.png
TheBoysWithMoodSlime.png
FirehouseLabAreaTheVideoGameRV01.jpg
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc24.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc23.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc22.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc21.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc20.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc19.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc18.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc17.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc16.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc15.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc14.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc13.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc12.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc11.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc10.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc09.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc08.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc07.png
FirehouseLabAreaTheVideoGameRV02.jpg
FirehouseLabAreaTheVideoGameRV03.jpg
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc03.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc04.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc05.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc06.png
GB1film2005chapter20sc009.png
GB1film2005chapter09sc023.png
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc25.png
FirehouseLabToDiningAreaTheVideoGameRV01.jpg
GB2DSLouisSetsATrapForSlimercollage.png
GB2film1999chapter13sc036.png
GB2RecreationAreaBackgroundcollage1.png
FirehouseRecreationAreaTheVideoGameRV01.jpg
FirehouseRecreationAreaTheVideoGameRV02.jpg
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc02.png
GB1film2005chapter20sc012.png
GB2film1999chapter13sc025.png
FirehouseSecondFloor02.jpg
Diningarea01.png
FirehouseSecondFloor03.jpg
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc02.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc03.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc04.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc05.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc06.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc07.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc08.png
SecondFloorDiningAreainGBTVGRVsc09.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc03.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc07.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc06.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc05.png
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc04.png
FirehouseSecondFloor04.jpg
SecondFloorRecreationAreainGBTVGRVsc08.png
FirehouseSleepingQuartersTheVideoGameRV01.jpg
SecondFloorLabAreainGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
FirehouseSleepingQuartersTheVideoGameRV02.jpg
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc02.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc03.png
FirehouseSleepingQuartersTheVideoGameRV03.jpg
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc04.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc06.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc05.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc07.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc08.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc09.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc10.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc11.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc13.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc14.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc15.png
PenguinonSecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc16.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc12.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc17.png
SecondFloorBunkroominGBTVGRVsc18.png
SecondFloorBackHallinGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBackBunkroomtoBathroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBackHallinGBTVGRVsc06.png
SecondFloorBackHallinGBTVGRVsc05.png
SecondFloorBackHallinGBTVGRVsc03.png
SecondFloorBackHallinGBTVGRVsc04.png
SecondFloorFrontBunkroomtoBathroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBackBathroomtoBunkroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc03.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc09.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc10.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc02.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc05.png
FirehouseSleepingQuartersTheVideoGameRV04.jpg
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc08.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc07.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc06.png
SecondFloorFrontBathroomtoBunkroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc01.png
SecondFloorBathroominGBTVGRVsc04.png

Other

FirehouseR&D01.jpg
FirehouseR&D02.jpg
FirehouseR&D03.jpg
FirehouseR&D04.jpg
FirehouseR&D05.jpg
FirehousePhotoRoom01.jpg
FirehousePhotoRoom02.jpg
FirehousePhotoRoom03.jpg
FirehousePhotoRoom04.jpg
FirehousePhotoRoom05.jpg

Secondary Canon


Exterior

FirehouseGBLegion01.jpg
FirehouseGBLegion04.jpg
FirehouseGBLegion02.jpg
FirehouseExteriorDisplacedAggression.jpg
FirehouseExteriorTaintedLove.jpg
FirehouseExteriorWhatInSamhainJustHappened.jpg
FirehouseExteriorGhostbustersInfestation.jpg
FirehouseIDWExteriorcomic1.png
FirehouseIDWOngoingExterior01.jpg
FirehouseIDWOngoingExterior02.jpg
FirehouseIDWOngoingRoof01.jpg
FirehouseIDWRoof02.jpg
FirehouseIDWRoof03.jpg
FirehouseIDWRoof05.jpg
FirehouseIDWRoof06.jpg
FirehouseIDWRoof07.jpg
Ecto1IDWOngoing02.jpg

Below

FirehouseBasementIDW07.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasementInternational02.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasementInternational03.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement01.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement02.jpg
FirehouseBasementIDW03.jpg
FirehouseBasementIDW04.jpg
FirehouseBasementIDW05.jpg
FirehouseBasementIDW06.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement08.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement09.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasementInternational01.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement10.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement11.jpg
FirehouseIDWBasement12.jpg

First Floor

FirehouseGBLegion03.jpg
FirehouseIDWGarageBayGhostbustersInfestation.jpg
FirehouseIDWGarageBay01.jpg
FirehouseIDWGarageBay02.jpg
FirehouseIDWGarageBay04.jpg
FirehouseIDWFirstFloor.jpg
FirehouseIDWGarageBay03.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDeskTheOtherSide.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDeskDisplacedAggression.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDesk.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDeskGhostbustersInfestation.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDesk01.jpg
FirehouseIDWReceptionDesk02.jpg
FirehouseIDWFirstFloorGetReal01.jpg
FirehouseIDWInternationalFirstFloor01.jpg
FirehouseIDWFirstFloorStairs.jpg
FirehouseIDWPetersOffice.jpg
FirehouseIDWPetersOffice02.jpg
FirehousePetersOfficeIDWOngoing2-1.jpg
FirehouseIDWInternationalFirstFloor02.jpg
FirehouseIDWOfficeGetReal01.jpg

Second Floor

FirehouseIDWSecondFloorTaintedLove.jpg
FirehouseIDWSecondFloor01.jpg
FirehouseIDWOngoing2ndFloorLadder.jpg
FirehouseIDWSecondFloorGetReal01.jpg
FirehouseIDWOngoingKitchen01.jpg
FirehouseIDWKitchenToQuarters01.jpg
FirehouseIDWKitchenToQuarters02.jpg
FirehouseIDWSecondFloorGetReal02.jpg
FirehouseGBLegion05.jpg
FirehouseIDWSleepingQuarters.jpg

Third Floor

FirehouseIDWInternationalThirdFloor01.jpg
FirehouseIDWInternationalThirdFloor02.jpg
FirehouseIDWInternationalThirdFloor03.jpg
FirehouseIDWInternationalThirdFloor04.jpg
FirehouseIDWThirdFloor05.jpg
FirehouseIDWThirdFloor06.jpg
FirehouseIDWThirdFloorHall01.jpg

Other

FirehouseIDWR&DRoom.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab02.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab03.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab04.jpg
FirehouseR&DLabIDW04.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab06.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab07.jpg
FirehouseIDWR&DLab08.jpg
FirehouseIDWInventoryRoom01.jpg
FirehouseIDWInventoryRoom02.jpg
FirehouseIDWInventoryRoom03.jpg

Dimension 50-S