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Cereal: Geek #3 hits the stands

By on Feb 28, 2008 in ART, COMICS, RGB | 0 comments

As mentioned before, the third installment of Cereal: Geek magazine was on its way. And now it’s here! UK buyers can get it through the website and NA buyers can order it through Graham Cracker Comics (though it will not ship until March 3rd, according to GC). And once again, the editorial masterminds at CG have sent a sneak peak – this time, a certain...

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Weaver: No hope of Ghostbusters 3

By on Feb 26, 2008 in GB3, PATRICK! | 0 comments

Take a deep breath, Patrick. In a recent interview with Premiere magazine, interviewer Ryan Stewart asked Sigourney Weaver about the possibility of a 3D animated Ghostbusters. Her answer, which he posted on his blog (presumably because it won’t be included in the final print interview) wasn’t encouraging for those looking forward to a little CGI ghost...

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“If there’s a steady paycheck in it…”

By on Feb 22, 2008 in GAMES, GB | 0 comments

It’s a big day for photos of Ghostbusters ads taken with crappy cellphone cameras; The latest issue of Game Developer magazine featured the above full page ad by Terminal Reality, who are looking to hire a lot of new people. How many applicants will be working on Ghostbusters the video game, that’s another story, but… This is the link printed on...

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Big News! But What?

By on Feb 22, 2008 in GB, MISC | 0 comments

Unavoidably, and depressingly missing one another by mere moments, I left San Francisco just as Troy (of GBHQ fame) was arriving – I having just attended the Game Developers Conference (with nothing I can talk about) and Troy just about to attend the pre-ComicCon con, WonderCon (also with nothing he can talk about.) He did however spot the Ghostbusters ad...

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“This is Ted and Annette Fleming…”

By on Feb 22, 2008 in GB, MISC | 0 comments

Remember how Alice the Librarian (from the very start of Ghostbusters) was featured on IGN as their Obscure Character of the Day? Well, more Ghostbusters peripheral characters have arrived – this time it’s Ted the hapless Dry Cleaner and his wife, Annette. I’ve always had a soft spot for the small business Jack Sprat and his no-lean wife,...

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