Written By: Richard Roy, Creative Guy (Unsure of what my job title is.)
Ghostbusters International and an affiliated franchise are most likely already in your city. And easily accessible through your internet or telecommunications provider. As its been a number of years since GBI as a company and club has had a domain name, the time is right for GBI to not just have a dot wordpress dot com url.
It’s 2020, twenty twenty. Let that sink in. The GHOSTBUSTERS™ franchise celebrates it’s 36th anniversary by welcoming a continuation and a sequel of the original films with Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Obligatory plug: Coming to theaters on July 10, 2020. Directed by Jason Reitman. And all a new Ghostbusters film will bring to ghostheads.
I’ve wanted GBI to have a new domain name, it had to be the “right one.” And personally it had to feel right as well. I didn’t need to just celebrate the 35th anniversary by also having a domain name again for GBI.
This year it’s better early on to have a new domain name for Ghostbusters International, for Ghostbusters: Afterlife premiere, theatrical releases, and home video releases. With that, in digital text Ghostbusters International new dot com is:
Continue reading “Site News: GBI Is Across Your Cities”
Ghosthead BaronVonJello recently finished designing a 3D Ghost Trap. The file will be used to be printed from the 3D printing community and company Shapeways.
Printable 3D files can be used for individual, non commercial use. Continue reading “BaronVonJello 3D Ghost Trap”
Prior to learning Phillip Avery created a 3D Printable Ghost Trap we knew ghosthead Tommy B was building a Proton Pack from printing 3D parts. As far as we knew (until today) this is the first 1:1 scale prop Proton Pack made by printing necessary pieces. We really like what Tommy B created. We’re pleased its a prop, not operational high tech (and potentially dangerous) equipment.
Tommy B used a Makerbot Replica 2 3D Printer to print the parts. Parts files came from software engineer Tony Goacher and are hosted at Thingiverse. Printable 3D files can be used for individual, non commercial use. Continue reading “A 3D Proton Pack”
3D Printers and related software can be great for companies and individuals. For personal use, corporations like Ghostbusters Inc. don’t really want to see individuals printing our copyrighted and potentially dangerous (without proper training) equipment. We know the above Ghost Trap, printed by Phillip Avery (My Mini Factory) doesn’t actually work to catch paranormal entities. Eventually the technology will come far enough to replicate inferior operational equipment. Even if we authorized a label so we won’t be liable, we do and will have to look after our best interests. Continue reading “A 3D Printable Ghost Trap”
We’re not sure why Ghostbusters™ The Ultimate Visual History wasn’t released during Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary. At least it was thought of and is being worked on.
We were aware this book would be happening. We didn’t know the entire contents (even now really in context) of what this Ghostbusters hardcover will contain.
Amazon has provided more insight. Why couldn’t they have waited until Summer? We’re excited already. 🙂
Continue reading “Ghostbusters The Ultimate Visual History Is Coming”
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”
From our corporate family to yours, we wish you and yours a Merry Christmas! Continue reading “Merry Christmas Ghostbusters”