Over the past few months Lego enthusiast Monsieur Caron has been hard at work putting together a fan made short film featuring the new Lego Ghostbusters play set. You can find the video below, but beforehand check out what Caron had to say about this labor of love:
This is an homage to the 30th anniversary of the Ghostbusters movie made with everyones favorite toy… LEGO bricks. With the LEGO Ideas set 21108 that came out this year, I had to do a brickfilm to make the Ecto-1 shine again.
Or course, I had to put a lot of ghosts into it, so I added some famous movie “ghosts” as well as a new one. There is no LEGO “Slimer”, so I found someone else (who eat a lot) to fill in.
Oh, before you go, be sure to watch the behind the scenes featurette!
Artist Vadu Amka gave the below Sega Master System II a rather slime-tastic makeover!
For additional images, including the ‘making of’, check out Amka’s original post.
Who ya’ gonna call?! Bob’s Busters!
Check out this completed design featuring the Belcher family as paranormal eliminators.
Due to popular demand the brand new “Bob’s Busters” design is now available to purchase on RedBubble!
Click here to buy it now!
The below was sent in by artist William Valle:
I noticed that IDW finally came announced the Turtle/Ghostbusters cross over. I had actually done a rendition of a cover a while back. I thought now would be a good time to submit it to you guys for the fan art.
Want to check out more crossovers? Check out Will’s website.
Feel the need to be entertained? The Ghostbusters of British Columbia just released the “prologue” episode of their new web series!
Ryan comes over to Todd’s apartment to try and cheer him up since he’s lost his job. The pair call the evening a write off, diving into a sea of green vodka, yet still brainstorming business opportunities. The next morning, the duo discover that they may have signed up for something that was not what they were expecting to get into.
For more information on the BC crew, be sure to check out their Facebook page.