Over the past week, fans of our Facebook page have been treated to several of these mashup posters from artist Phil Postman. Phil’s mixed Ghostbusters with such beloved films as Beetlejuice, Superman, The Excorcist, The Shining and many, many more. We’ve grouped them all together below, but we highly suggest you check out Phil’s website for even more outstanding art.
The sale date for the Ghostbusters Neutrino Wand has been revealed over on MattyCollector.com!
The wand will be available a few days earlier on the 12th for users who currently have a subscription to one of Matty’s other figures lines.
For information on shipping and all that jazz, head on over to MattyCollector.com.
Writer for IDW’s Ghostbusters comic series, Erik Burnham, may have just dropped one hell of a bomb over on his Tumblr page! Here’s what was said:
Question: I just noticed the girls are all back in their shorts (in regards to the Mass Hysteria preview). Reason for that? you know besides shorts.
Answer: There’s no reason for it. The artist was probably going by the cover art from NGB #1.
Rest assured, there will be no return of the shorts. (;
There may be a return of an accountant, though.
WAIT, IS THIS THING ON?
An accountant!? AN ACCOUNTANT!? Does this mean what we think it means…
February can’t come soon enough!
Special thanks to Adriana Munoz for the spot!
We’ve all seen Dan Aykroyd’s cameo in the live action Casper flick, but what would happen if the connection between the two franchises stretched just a little further? Artist Phil Postma answered that question with the below pieces:
And for the very few who’ve never seen Aykroyd’s performance in Casper, well, enjoy…
IDW Editor Tom Waltz sent over the below preview of the upcoming “Mass Hysteria!” story arc. As shown in the image, expect it to kick off at a comic book store near you in February.