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”
After producing Ghostbusters blind box vinyl figures, (GBI Blog Post, February 15, 2015) Titans Merchandise has announced 12 Ghostbusters II vinyl figures are being made.
This 3″ blind-boxed collection features the returning legendary quartet of Venkman, Stantz, Spengler and Zeddemore plus familiar faces such as Louis Tully, Janine, Dana and, of course, Slimer! As if that wasn’t enough there’s the upgraded Ecto-1 as well as new villains in the form of Nunzio Scoleri, Janosz Poha and the terrifying Vigo The Carpathian!
Each figure is 3” blind-boxed and certain pieces come with a character-specific accessory.
PLUS: 4 hidden chase figures for you to hunt and collect!
Continue reading “Titans Merchandise Announces Ghostbusters II Vinyl Figures”
The New York City Ghostbusters were also at New York Toy Fair. Where they took more new Ghostbusters merchandise photos. And as we and Ecto-Containment have done in recent years, written multi-part blog posts about the products.
When we didn’t know about that, we reached out through Twitter to ask Diamond Select Toys for additional information about whether their will be an Egon and Peter Ghostbusters Select.
Continue reading “New York Toy Fair: More About Ghostbusters Select Figures”
Idle Hands (Flickr) have taken a whole digital roll (remember those?) of detailed Ghostbusters Select photos from New York Toy Fair. Instead of uploading the remaining 13 photos, we wanted to at least “mention” it and thank Paul Nicholasi for not only taking these detailed photos, other NYTF Ghostbusters merchandise.
More detailed Ghostbusters Select photos can be found at Paul Nicholasi’s Flickr account.
Photos Source: Paul Nicholasi (Flickr)
The Fwoosh took pictures of the new Diamond Select Toys Ghostbusters figures on display at New York Toy Fair. Either by personal choice or maybe what was ready to display the two figures on display are Winston and Ray. With the photos The Fwoosh took we’re already seeing nice details with the body language, uniforms, and equipment.
Look at that, confinement streams! Reminds us of Kenner’s first series hero figures! (Ecto-Containment) And at least 1 Ghost Trap. Continue reading “New York Toy Fair: Diamond Select Toys Ghostbusters Figures”
In September Quantum Mechanix released a promo photo (posted above) of their upcoming Q-Pop Ghostbusters figures. During October (we think, we accidentally overlooked it to post) QMX and on-line retailers released separate photos of the boys in gray. Let’s take a better look at each of them. Continue reading “Individual Look At Quantum Mechanix Q-Pop Ghostbusters”
The talented and creative folks over at Zombie Pumpkins (nice) have created Ghostbusters pumpkin patterns for Ghostbusters™ 30th Anniversary as part of their ‘Heroic Headliners.’
Also new for 2014 is a pumpkin pattern for Slimer, which is part of their ‘Movie Monsters’ section. Kinda for Ghostbusters 25th Anniversary Zombie Pumpkin created the big, fluffy, sticky guy Mr. Stay-Puft.
*Update* New the week of October 26, 2014:
Photo Source: Zombie Pumpkins