Earlier today IDW announced a four-issue “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters” series. The first issue will hit comic shelves in October just as the monthly Ghostbusters series comes to a close.
Below you’ll find the regular cover as well the subscription variant:
Ghostbusters of British Columbia has been hinting at the coming of a new GB-themed web series, but has been rather mute on any details. Well now GhostbustersNews.com has obtained plot details from someone said to be ‘very close to the production’. It seems the series (unconfirmed number of episodes) will tell a fictional story of how the GBBC’s came to be the Ghostbusters. Messages to the Ghostbusters of BC were not returned by press time, however we were able to obtain one image (featured above) which is speculated to be the teaser poster for the upcoming show.
We’ve just received word that the very first episode is already well into production.
For further updates, be sure to keep it locked to Ghostbusters News and the Ghostbusters of British Columbia’s Facebook page.
Need a retro flashback? Check out artist Phil Postma’s take on these classic Real Ghostbusters action figures from the “Monsters” series!
Be sure to check out more of Phil’s art by checking out his website.
Would Steve Guttenberg like to be in Ghostbusters 3? Sounds like it, but according to the man we once knew and loved as Mahoney, you’ll have to make Ghostbusters 2 first!
Guttenberg (who appeared in the first four Police Academy films) seems pretty confident that Ghostbusters 2 never happened.
Is he joking? Actually believes what he’s saying? Heck, maybe he’s just trolling the folks at TMZ.
With the original Ghostbusters film returning to theatres on August 29th, Sony has released the below trailer highlighting the event + calling out the films 30th anniversary:
Want to win… ahem, adopt a proton pack?!
Watch Ontario Ghostbuster member Cameron Shaver as he gives you the guilt trip of a lifetime:
“Don’t change the channel, because that won’t make the problem go away.”
Enter the adoption program right now!
It’s July and that means it’s time for another installment of Scanner Production’s Ghostbuster Calendar, this month featuring Sin.
Be sure to checkout the calendar’s official Facebook for additional info.
Are you anywhere near Charleston, South Carolina? If so you’ll want to attend the Charleston RiverDogs game THIS Saturday night!
Why? Because they’re giving away limited Harold Ramis bobbleheads to the first 1000 people who enter!
For those out of the loop the Charleston Riverdogs (NY Yankees Class A minor league affiliate) is co-owned by Bill Murray, who now resides in Charleston, South Carolina.
Need more info? Click here!
Special thanks to Shane McKevlin for sending this in!