Ghostbusters: Afterlife-inspired LEGO figures see a highly limited re-release

In April, LEGO enthusiast and Ghostbusters fan Cut the Kragle launched Ghost Smashers, an entirely unofficial assortment of figures centered around last year’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

Since that initial run, five different waves have been released, spawning 15 mini-figures, and while all have been renamed in an attempt to dance around copyright, they’re easily recognizable, with likely the most popular run being the first, providing LEGO interpretations of Flightsuit Junior (Phoebe), Ghostly Grandfather (Egon), and Flattop Destructor (Gozer).

Lots of hype surrounded that initial wave, especially given that each figure was limited to only 25 pieces, leading to a quick sell-out. Obviously, due to their popularity, many were unable to grab a set at the time of release or, even worse, found out about them long after they had sold out!

With the recent one-year anniversary of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and of course, a fanbase still clamoring for a LEGO Phoebe, Cut the Kragle just launched pre-orders on a second run, and best yet, unlike past releases, the three mini-figures aren’t bundled together, meaning you can buy them separately.

Compared to the originals, there are a few print differences found in the new batch, notably the facial expressions and Phoebe’s figure no longer featuring military straps on her torso, which makes sense, given that instead of coming with a Proton Pack, she now includes a Ghost Trap with unique detail.

If you’d like to add any of these to your LEGO Ghostbusters collection, they’re now available through Cut the Kragle’s online store. Listed for £24.99 GBP, with conversion, each mini-figure comes out to roughly $30 USD.

For a better idea of what to expect from these Ghost Smashers, check out our full review of the original run:

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