While We Wait For New Ecto Cooler

We bet Dr. Spengler still has Ecto Cooler to experiment with.



It’s been more than a decade since I last bough Hi-C juice boxes. The only reason I did in 2003 was because Dinosaur Dracula (formerly X-Entertainment) confirmed Ecto Cooler still existed, without the name and Ghostbusters packaging.

I couldn’t tell you today (or even then) if Shoutin’ Orange Tangergreen tasted anything like Ecto Cooler. It probably was fun to have a taste of childhood in the present.

With news of Ecto Cooler (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, November 27, 2015) once again trademarked from Coca~Cola and an unknown about whether ghostheads will officially have our citrus flavored drink back that reminded us of slime; what are we suppose to do in the meantime?

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Hi-C Ecto Cooler To Return (Maybe)

We’re thirsty already!



If you live in a country that celebrates Thanksgiving (because your ancestors mostly needed to leave a continent for their religious beliefs) you may initially have missed an important trademark registry breaking the internet.

Resurrect Ecto Cooler (Facebook) shared that Coca~Cola (who owns Hi-C and also once owned Ghostbusters because they had owned Columbia Pictures) have renewed the Ecto Cooler trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It was actually done back in September.

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Ghostbusters Videmption Arcade Game



I’ve been aware that a Ghostbusters Videmption arcade game will be coming out. At that time, it was kinda more of a tease because a photo was taken and went into that one cable which connects to the internet. I have no problem (why would I?) talking about a Ghostbusters Videmption arcade game. I’m not really knowledgeable about such games and I would have preferred to have waited until it was official.

Fortunately Arcade Heroes is and have provided the info along with knowledgable speculation.

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Mattel Planning New Ghostbusters Figures And A Proton Pack



Sony Pictures VP of global consumer products, Mark Caplan has provided information about what ghostheads can expect from their business partnership with Mattel int he next year. While we’re probably not getting those The Real Ghostbusters figures (Ghostbusters Inc. Blog Post, July 25, 2014) we’ll see new Ghostbusters figures and have a Proton Pack.

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