Tales #7, as they encounter the supernatural.
This issue is written by Steve Murphy and features art by Dario Brizuela over breakdowns by Jim Lawson. There's a big, rather irritating mistake in the transition from the frontspiece opening that all of these issues oepn with and the story itself.
But when the story begins, we have an entirely new narrator, Shadow, who is on an Honors French class trip to Paris, and writing in her journal about how psyched she is to finally be free of Splinter, Casey, April and her uncles.
Not that she actually is, of course. Raphael has stowed away on the plane, buried among packages and luggage, and sent to keep an eye on Shadow.
Who was that The Vampire Lestat-looking guy?
It's not the Brizuela's best work on the series (that would be Tales #1), nor is it Murphy's, but this particular issue does play around with some fun ideas. It doesn't make the most out of any of them, certainly, but it is by no means a bad comic, either.