Ghostbusters Incorporated’s Web Site 2014 In Review

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Ghostbusters Incorporated’s Word Press monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for GB Inc. Thank you to everyone who visited and supported us during GHOSTBUSTERS™ 30th Anniversary and GHOSTBUSTERS II™ 25th Anniversary.

Have a safe, happy, and healthy new year! Way to be clichéd! More Ghostbusters content to come during 2015! Continue reading “Ghostbusters Incorporated’s Web Site 2014 In Review”

Ghostbusters Meet The Laser Ghost PDF

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GHOSTBUSTERS MEET THE LASER GHOSTS

“In the year 1984, New York City starting experiencing strange and unexplained occurrences. Although it was thought unbelievable at the time – the City was – in truth, being taken over by spirits from another world. A world only rumored to exist, but not proven to be true.”

“It took four dedicated and knowledgeable human beings – armed with superior scientific knowledgable – laser guns and a giant ghost busting machine to rid the city of its “other world” creatures.”

“They called themselves The Ghostbusters.”

“One year later – almost to the day – the ghosts returned.” Continue reading “Ghostbusters Meet The Laser Ghost PDF”

30th Anniversary: Funko Pop! Rides ECTO-1

Can’t run a business without a company car. For Funko Pop! Movies Ghostbusters, the choice was obvious, a 1959 MM Cadillac ambulance combo.

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Originally I didn’t know how I felt about a Funko Pop! Rides ECTO-1. I hadn’t owned other Pop! Rides. If it wasn’t for Funko Pop! Movies Winston I didn’t know if I would add this to my Ghostbusters collectibles. As I was building my Funko Pop! Movies Ghostbusters collection and waiting to own a Funko Pop! Rides ECTO-1 I knew I’d get one. I didn’t know when. As I had waited nearly all year anyway it became a Christmas present. 🙂

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30th Anniversary: Funko Pop! Movies Winston Zeddemore

The Funko Pop! Movies Ghostbusters were becoming busier. Janine hadn’t had a break in two weeks. They hadn’t hired the next Pop! Movies Ghostbuster yet. Until Pop! Movies Winston Zeddemore needed a steady paycheck!

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Early on when Funko was beginning to show (GB Inc) their Pop! Movies Ghostbusters figures, their wasn’t a pic to be found of Winston Zeddemore. Before Funko could receive an on-line petition ghostheads were assured Winston was to come with an Ecto-1 Pop Ride. While Pop! Movies Winston deserves a company car, fans really should have been able to buy a Pop! Movies Winston Zeddemore from the start. In the later half of Ghostbusters, he does drive ECTO-1 (at least once) and he’d often drive ECTO-1 during The Real Ghostbusters. He wasn’t the only Ghostbuster to do so.

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30th Anniversary: Ghostbusters Funko Pop! Movies Peter Venkman

Bill Murray may not want to be a Ghostbuster, Funko Pop! Movies Dr. Peter Venkman does! Ghostbusters are hiring, who will be their next employee? 😀

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In August I wrote about the Funko Pop! Movies Ghostbusters vinyl figures I had bought from Barnes & Noble and Amazon. I was missing a stand alone Pop! Movies Ghostbuster. To explain the absence I said:

Pop! Dr. Venkman was unavailable as he was looking for a non existent Dana as Gatekeeper Pop!

I knew I’d be receiving a Pop! Movies Dr. Peter Venkman (104) as a gift. With Christmas come and gone, I not only received a Pop! Movies Dr. Peter Venkman, other Funko Pop! Ghostbusters figures as well. 🙂

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Save The World In Your 1980s Ghostbusters Jumpsuit

During the ’80s (near the end of an era) I remember a black and white (their could have been color, but why would a mail order company spend the extra dollars?) catalog where you could order at least a kids official Ghostbusters costume. I can vividly remember coming home from school that day and being excited when “the catalog” was in my family’s mailbox. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was starting to overtake Ghostbusters popularity. I remember seeing TMNT being featured before The Real Ghostbusters for example.

I admit my memory’s fuzzy on which part of the franchise you could order from. i.e.: Ghostbusters, The Real Ghostbusters, Other. I’m not entirely sure how I heard about the catalog in the first place. By the time the catalog arrived I already had a short sleeved flight suit. Family members made me at least a “no ghost” patch. Not sure about a name patch. That mail order catalog may have had a few other “no ghost” logo items for sale.

I’ve never seen the catalog since or any ad for these costume flight suits. Yesterday I got a glimpse that some company actually existed to make these and they advertised. Doesn’t everybody?

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