In no time flat since they announced that there would be a second issue, the makers of Cereal:Geek magazine have finished it! And it’s out! And you can buy it from Graham Crackers! Except they’re out!
So, yeah, in the good news/bad news department, those of you who may have been reluctant to buy overseas last time can now buy from Graham Crackers comics… except they’re sold out. Gah!
No worries, I’m sure there will be more soon. In the meantime, make note of this link – this is where you can find out how to buy a copy for yourself (and yes, it appears this issue will be as jam packed with RGB goodness as the last one, as evidenced by the illustration above, care of Dan/Traditional Danimation, by the looks of it.)
NBC’s Singing Bee, hosted by Joey Fatone has some killer guests this fall. Of particular interest to us Ghostheads is that Ray Parker Jr. will be appearing on the Oct. 30th Halloween episode. No word if he’ll perform, as the show is all about amateur singers trying to remember words to songs, but we can always hope.
I’m not sure how serious the man is, so I’m not sure if I’d call this a “We Are Legion”, but regardless, All American Rejects singer Tyson Ritter recently spoke to MTV and cracked about the name for their next album.
“I want to call the record Zuul from ‘Ghostbusters’ because that was like the king of Gozer, and that was like the top of what you can get,” he snickered. “So, I don’t know, maybe, like, Ghostbusters? Or All-American Rejects: Ghostbusters: The Album. That would be badass. I don’t know, it’ll probably be called Remember Us? because it’ll probably take another year before we make it.”
Actually, Zuul was the minion of Gozer, not king. Oh, nevermind.
Similarly, Halifax-based crooner Daniel Matteo listed Ghostbusters as a favourite in a recent festival bio. Smoooooth.
I wasn’t aware of this, but the duly elected representatives of New York (city, county, or state, I do not know) have a TV channel. And on that TV channel, they have a show called Secrets of New York. The new, third season has started, and the episode looks at Tribeca as a filming location, which of course includes the good ol’ Hook and Ladder 8 building (the host of the show can be seen posing in front of it, the GB2 sign clearly visible in the background.)
The show aired on Tuesday, but will air again this Sunday at 8:30 (5:30 PST) – those of us not in New York can watch online via streaming video.
TriBeCa: Mysteries of New York’s Backlot Revealed
…As a neighborhood, TriBeCa has evolved and re-defined itself many times throughout the centuries. Today, its iconic buildings and cobblestone streets serve as backdrops for some of Hollywood’s biggest features. And its annual film festival draws thousands of filmgoers from around the world. TriBeCa has truly emerged as one of New York City’s premier neighborhoods.
Cheers to Wheelhouse for the heads up.
To start a blog is one thing, but to start a blog where you post an illustration a day of only ghosts, that’s something else entirely.
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