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More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Ghostbusters: Total Containment. Oct 21, Morgan rated it really liked it Shelves: borrowed-comics , borrowed-read. Overall I liked this series. I loved the main art. They can draw ghost! The writing is okay. A little too much reading at times. Make sure you have seen both movies before reading this series. It jumps right into the plot were the second movie left off. Parts of it can get a little confusing if you don't remember the movies.
Thankfully, I've seen both movies numerous amount of times even though they both scared the shit out of me when I was little. I still check the water isn't pink before I tak Overall I liked this series. I still check the water isn't pink before I take a shower.
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Oct 10, Ann D-Vine rated it it was amazing Shelves: owned-comic-hcs. This entire collection is my new gold standard for comic book movie continuations. If you've got a movie franchise, and you're looking to expand upon it with a comic book sequel? Look to Ghostbusters for how to do it. It's an incredible piece of work, which just makes the fact that this hardcover is so beautiful that much more noteworthy.
I could wax lyrical about the way this hardcover was put together for ages. It has embossed elements on the front and back cover, the spine is brilliant and lines This entire collection is my new gold standard for comic book movie continuations. It has embossed elements on the front and back cover, the spine is brilliant and lines up with the second hardcover volume, so that's great , and it's just Though, to be fair, I'd expect no less from IDW - their stuff comes at a premium for a reason.
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The Ghostbusters. They bust ghosts and it makes 'em feel good, or so I'm told.
Found illustrated within these pages, there's a surprising lack perhaps for legal reasons? Which is why I'm so impressed that, despite that, these guys look just like their characters. They manage, in a high-exaggerated style that perhaps invokes comparisons to The Real Ghostbusters cartoon show, to make the guys look exactly like they do in the films, but without actually rendering the faces of Dan Akroyd, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, or Ernie Hudson. It's superbly done, and breathes the kind of life into the cast that a more traditional, straight-from-the-celluloid aesthetic might not.
The story takes place a considerable amount of time after the films - even after Ghostbusters: The Video Game, which remains pleasingly canon for those among fans who would consider a sort-of "Ghostbusters III".
The Ghostbusters are busting ghosts as ever, but mounting legal trouble - in particular with the Stay Puft corporation, who blame Ray for choosing the image of their mascot as the physical manifestation of Gozer. Basically, every time Gozer shows up, Stay Puft loses customers - and, after another bout with the Marshmallow Man, the Ghostbusters are kicked out of New York.
There's a lot of warmth, wit, and humour in these stories, quite befitting the Ghostbusters legacy. Familiar human faces are all here, with Walter Peck, Janine their secretary , that guy who says "he is Vigo! But there's also a surprising amount of It plays to the undertones the series always had of hellish otherworlds and parallel dimensions, dragging in more than mere ghosts for the gang to bust.
Despite the cartoonish illustrations, some of the monsters in this series are properly disturbing And yet, it stands apart from works that you'd call "expanded universe" - no, this really is more Ghostbusters, it just isn't That won't make sense typed out, will it?
Imagine I made what I just said sound like a good thing. So, there's biggie baddies. There's a Ghostbusters road trip. And then there's the new team of Ghostbusters, which To be fair, I don't much want to spoil any of this. If I can ask you to trust me blindly on one thing, it's this - you should read Ghostbusters: Total Containment. This is a book that I think I can unequivocally recommend to anyone who thinks positively of Ghostbusters, in any capacity.
It's just so crackling with energy and filled with likeable characters, moments, scenes IDW has always had some of the best licensed material on the shelves, but Ghostbusters blows a ton of their best stuff out of the water. I love this book so, so much. The fact that it is such a nice thing to have , as well as read As cheesy as that might sound.
If you can't own this hardcover in particular, then I recommend this series regardless. But, yeah, for those of you who value deluxe volumes, this one is a glorious example. It isn't quite as bulky as some library editions can get, but it has enough heft to feel like a heavy thing despite being perfectly readable. My thumbs are pointed t'wards the sky and ever higher on this one - I really love it. Mar 29, Dustin rated it really liked it Shelves: comics-and-supers , modern , sci-fi , urban-fantasy , seal-of-approval. I loved this! The stories were fun, the ghosts strike a great balance between scary and humorous, and the dialogue really feels like the movies.
As far as the art is concerned Dan Schoening's style perfectly captures all of the characters. The action scenes are dynamic, and he packs them with little nods and easter eggs to find.
Any fan of Ghostbusters will like this book! This hardcove I loved this! This hardcover contains the first four TPBs. View 1 comment. Feb 27, Samuel rated it it was amazing Shelves: own , idw.