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 →
“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.”
Brazilian Hot Wheels fan site, T-hunted has posted pictures of Mattel brand Hot Wheels Retro ECTO-1A. This small die cast ECTO-1A is probably a little more detailed then the one you might have had when you were 12. Also this still has all its paint on it. Continue reading →
Last year when ghostheads were talking about classic Ghostbusters gaming Troy Benjamin (Ghostbusters HQ) brought up Ghostbusters advertising from the era. I had certainly never seen it, as I was once a kid and we didn’t own a computer, (seems unimaginable) I didn’t remember this unique, now part of Ghostbusters history. Continue reading →
Titan Merchandise, a collectible company who makes vinyl mini figures posted a teaser image letting ghostheads know 12 (yes 12) GHOSTBUSTERS™ vinyl mini figures were coming to add to your collection on May 31, 2015. Continue reading →
In May 1984 the cooler TV networks and their affiliates ran a Ghostbusters teaser spot. You couldn’t have really known what was going on or what to expect the following month. The “ominous” music made Ghostbusters seem scary with no comedy. Soon enough audiences would be part of something bigger then a microchip. Continue reading →