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Tom Waltz is a writer and editor for IDW Publishing Comics for which he has written for many years there.

On July 12th of 2011, it was announced Mr. Waltz was promoted and now holds the first Senior Staff Writer position at IDW Publishing. [1]

Related to Ghostbusters

He has written the following comics:

He has edited the following comics:

He has written for the video games:

See Also

Other Works

  • Graphic Novels
    • "Finding Peace"
  • Video Games
    • "Silent Hill: Downpour"

Early Career


External Links


  • The April 29, 2014 edition of "Get To Know Your IDW" revealed: [2]
    • Waltz' favorite IDW series is Ghostbusters.
    • Waltz' favorite band is probably The Who.
    • Waltz likes the free coffee, awesome co-workers, and vibrant creative environment at IDW the most.
    • When not at IDW, Waltz is at home with his wife, children, and dogs.
    • Waltz is an avid reader
  • On page 10 of Ghostbusters Issue #3, Tom Waltz makes a cameo as a citizen running from the Gozerian Terror Bear.
  • On the back page of the newspaper Janine Melnitz is reading on the Subscription Cover of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #1, there is an article titled "Waltz Calls Vote" is in reference to Tom Waltz.
  • In Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #14, the Waltz-Partington Hotel is named after Tom Waltz.
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, in panel 1, Tom Waltz makes a cameo on the left walking with Tristan Jones and Erik Burnham
  • On page 7 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, Waltz's Dining Car is named Tom Waltz.
    • In panel 2, one of the men seated behind Winston is visually based on Tom Waltz.
  • On August 9, 2018, Waltz was featured on Crossing Over Virtual Trading Card #50, the Ghostbusters Comics Team of Dimension TH-151. [3]
  • On page 20 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #8, in panel 4, the orange menu standee on the table lists Pumpernickel by Tom Waltz for $3.99.
  • On page 17 of Ghostbusters IDW 20/20, in panel 2, the civilian taking pictures is visually based on Tom Waltz.
  • On page 5 of Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary: Answer The Call Ghostbusters, in panel 1, the Blue Post It note says to call Tom, a nod to Tom Waltz.
  • On Cover B of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1, the New York Times Monday classifieds there is a section that reads "Shipping & Handling to Tom," a reference to Tom Waltz.