Spectacular 3-D – October 1991


Spectacular 3-D: October 1991

The Rise and Fall of Ghostbusting (3-D)

There’s a ghost at the local amusement park on one of its most profitable rides, and its up to the Ghostbusters to get rid of it. Except the roller coaster they ride takes them by too fast to effectively trap it, leaving the ghost free and the owner questioning their abilities!

Nobody’s Slimer!

Slimer has slimed once too often. The Ghostbusters are all agitated at their slimy houseguest, causing him to run off believing nobody loves him. Now all alone, he seeks residence with other people thoroughly unprepared for him as a resident!

Tobin and the Maze of Time Part 1

Tobin was chosen from his time in 1 AD to be the new chronicler of spirits, creating Tobin’s Spirit Guide, the Ghostbusters’ ultimate resource tool. Speaking of the Ghostbusters, in the midst of an experiment Tobin projected his image into Egon’s lab calling for their help. Now the Ghostbusters must go to the astral plane to rescue Tobin and save the world from the Evil that imprisoned him.


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  1. Can we get a rescan of this looks like all the blue has been taken out of it. Leaving no 3D effect available?


    • Most ghostheads aren’t going to have the original glasses. Yes, I’m aware 3-D glasses can be bought. You may know better then me (going by your handle) whether the “classic” versions would work well with this material.

      It wasn’t intentional if the 3D effect was taken out during the scanning process. Making these comics almost like the day they hit newsstands at the time was most likely the reason the blue was ‘taken’ out. As I said it wasn’t intentional.

      I personally spent (too much) on a lot on these comics about 4 years ago. Quantities on issues varied. This issue was either just 1 or wasn’t included.

      If you want the actual 3-D effect for the one story their’s a physical copy on eBay as of this reply sealed with the glasses for $10 USD.


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