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Ghostbusters Crossing Over 7 is the seventh of an eight issue maxi-series by IDW Publishing.


Several teams of Ghostbusters from across the multiverse have just about pulled off a very difficult task-tracking down and recapturing all the ghosts that had escaped from the containment unit. Crisis averted, right? They wish. In this issue, the Ghostbusters of many worlds come face-to-face with the goddess of chaos herself. TIAMAT HAS RETURNED![1]


Ellen Gold

Peter Venkman

Jillian Holtzmann of 80-C

Wander Hills Children

Bridget Gibbons of 50-S

Roland Jackson of 68-E

Special Agent Melanie Ortiz

Egon Spengler of 68-R

Giant Murder Clown

Ray Stantz of 68-R

Patty Tolan of 80-C

Janine Melnitz

Gabriel Sitter of 50-S

Ron Alexander

Garrett Miller of 68-E

Hungry Manitou

Alan Crendall of 50-S

Winston Zeddemore

Egon Spengler

Abby Yates of 80-C

Winston Zeddemore of 68-R

Eduardo Rivera of 68-E


Kevin Tanaka

Zoe Zawadzki

Egon Spengler of 68-E

Mike the Golem

Ghostbusters of Dimension 35-N

Garrett Parker

Cait Banner

Evan Torres

Kylie Griffin of 68-E

Ray Stantz

Kylie Griffin

Erin Gilbert of 80-C

Peter Venkman of 68-R

Samuel Hazer of 50-S



Proton Pack of 80-C

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower



Proton Pack/Animated

  • Both versions

Particle Thrower/Animated

  • Both versions

Proton Cannister

P.K.E. Meter/Animated

  • Both versions

Remote Portal Access Band

Compact Pack

Interspatial Teleportation Unit

Trap of 68-E




Wander Hills Orphanage

Comic Strip Dimension

Circus Dimension

Helsingor Brewery of 75-B


Collectors' Limbo


On March 14, 2018, Tom Waltz posted a preview of a cover by Harvey Toliabo.[2]

On June 26, 2018, the logline, Cover RI, and crew info for Issue #7 was released in the September 2018 solicits.[3]

On August 22, 2018, Tom Waltz posted a full page with Peter Venkman talking to Ellen Gold.[4]

On September 20, 2018, IDW revealed Cover A.[5]

On September 25, 2018, Tom Waltz posted a panel featuring Janine Melnitz and Garrett Miller.[6]

On October 3, 2018, Tom Waltz posted another full page with Peter talking to Ellen Gold.[7]

On October 16, 2018, a cover, credits, and 5 page preview was posted.[8]

On March 7, 2019, Luis Delgado posted an unlettered version of page 18.[9]


  • The Diamond Order Code is JUL180833.
  • Cover A
  • Cover B
    • The cover is a nod to Kenner's Classic Hero Ray packaging with Kylie Griffin as the toy.
    • The orange KB Toys price tag is changed to "IDW 7 Cover B".
    • Kylie, Pagan, and Braided Hair Ghost from The Real Ghostbusters are in place of Ray from The Real Ghostbusters and Wrapper Ghost.
    • The cover artist's last name "Lattie" appears in place of "Kenner" and first name "Tim" in place of "TM".
    • The grammar is changed slightly from "I ain't 'fraid of no ghost" to "I ain't afraid of no ghost".
    • "Ghostbusters Crossing Over" replaces "The Real Ghostbusters"
    • The bottom of the packaging still has the "Action Zapping Ray with Nutrona Blaster"
    • The Proton Pack has a purple proton stream instead of Ray's orange proton stream.
  • Cover RI
  • What Came Before
  • Page 1
  • Page 2
    • The other Ghostbusters started shooting at the orphanage last issue.
    • Peter forgives Holtzmann for the explosion in Issue #1.
    • Peter also made a crack about Holtzmann's gray hairs on page 17 of Ghostbusters 101 #5.
  • Page 3
  • Page 4
    • Bridget's instincts about the paranormal were noted in her Virtual Trading Card, released on March 20, 2018.
    • Roland's confidence in the Ghostbusters' technology is a trait carried over from the Extreme Ghostbusters series.
    • Peter alludes to Egon 68-E and his concerns about the teams being mixed up in Issue #4.
  • Page 5
    • Ray 68-R alludes to Garrett battling the Hungry Manitou on the mental plane last issue.
  • Page 6
    • Ron mentions the Proton Grenades. He used them in Issue #5.
    • In panel 4, Ray's hair is miscolored blonde - a nod to the animation errors on The Real Ghostbusters.
  • Page 8
  • Page 10
  • Page 11
    • Abby refers to poet John Keats.
  • Page 12
    • In panel 2, once again, is the chess set from the movie "The Seventh Seal".
  • Page 13
    • Egon alludes to "The Seventh Seal" and several details of the movie.
  • Page 14
    • Death was previously trapped in a backpack by Egon's college friend Eugene Visitor and freed in Volume 1 Issue #15.
    • The spectral bottleneck was a subject of the first volume of the ongoing series.
  • Page 15
    • In panel 2, once again, in the background is the Elsinore Castle from "Strange Brew" like in Issue #4.
  • Page 16
  • Page 17
  • Page 19
  • Page 20
    • The final page is similar to Ghostbusters Get Real #3, the antagonist appears to the teams in a giant form on the last page right before the finale.
  • Page 21
    • The 00-D designation was first revealed in the Virtual Trading Card #40, released on July 5, 2018.
    • Mentioned in the memo are:
    • Rachel's photo is from Issue #6, page 16, panel 3.
    • Louis' photo is from Issue #6, page 16, panel 3.
  • Page 22
  • On the What Came Before page of Crossing Over Issue #8, Egon figuring out Tiamat's plan and Tiamat revealing herself at end of Issue #7 are mentioned.
  • The credits pages of the Ghostbusters Crossing Over TPB reuses page 17, panel 4 from Issue #7.
  • On page 4 of Issue #7 in the Crossing Over TPB, panel 1, Kevin Beckman is in the bush on the far right.

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