On September 8, 2015 I wrote that Amazon added new information, (which I included and will again) about what Insight Editions Tobin’s Spirit Guide (Ghostbusters Inc. Tobin’s Spirit Guide) will be about.
With November coming to an end and turkeys breathing a sigh of relief Insight Editions and Amazon have gave ghostheads a first look as the Tobin’s Spirit Guide (abridged) cover.
This dynamic in-universe book takes fans inside the world of Ghostbusters like never before. In the first Ghostbusters movie, Tobin’s Spirit Guide is a comprehensive supernatural encyclopedia used by our heroes to research ghouls and ghosts. For the first time, this fully illustrated tome will allow fans to pore through the pages of this legendary guide to learn all about the things that go bump in the night—from Class 5 Free-Roaming Vapors to giant Sloars!
Along with covering the original movies, Ghostbusters:Tobin’s Spirit Guide will also explore the expanded Ghostbusters universe, delving into supernatural phenomena from the comics, animated shows, video games, and other aspects of the franchise. Presented from the point of view of fictional writer J. H. Tobin and filled with never-before-seen original illustrations, the book will have a unique in-world aesthetic that makes it feel like a real object from the world of Ghostbusters.
Absorbing, immersive, and an essential purchase for fans, Ghostbusters: Tobin’s Spirit Guide is the ultimate guide to the franchise’s rogues’ gallery of spirits, specters, demons, and ghouls.
Ghostbusters: Tobin’s Spirit Guide makes it way to ghostheads and franchises on June 14, 2016. With a retail price of $19.99 USD.
Ghostbusters: Tobin’s Spirit Guide can be pre-ordered for less through Amazon. (US)
- Publisher: Insight Editions
- Cover Image: Amazon (US)
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Can’t wait to read this. I love this sort of thing.
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Same here. I love that their is a digital copy (scanned for Ghostbusters International/Ghostbusters Inc. a decade ago) of the ’80s version published by West End Games. I’d prefer a physical copy which can be read easier and whenever. Personally, If I had an actual copy I’d actually read it all eventually. 😀