Animator Myke Chilian has reached the end of his indie cartoon hit, McBusters, which essentially mashes together exactly what you’d think – McDonald’s land characters and Ghostbusters. To get caught up on McBusters, go here for episodes one, two, and interview with Chilian. And then wrap up the series below. Thanks to Kevin James for the heads up.
Ghostheads website and RSS feed can be found here.
“He’s an ugly little Spud isn’t he?”
Opening – Minutes 0:43 – 2:47
Topics – Minutes 2:48 – 13:04
* Reitman comments on GB3, everything you know is bad
* Aykroyd reveals a little bit more about Ghostbusters 3
* Busterpalooza 2011
* Charm City Cakes makes GB wedding cake
* 1:1 Terror Dog in the works, with pics!!
Word from our sponsor – Minutes 12:40 – 16:53
Closing – Minutes 16:54 – 20:27
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Didn’t make it to the LA Arclight screening of Ghostbusters last week? No sweat, as the video Q&A has been posted to YouTube. Thanks to JD for the heads up on this.
Sadly, Ernie Hudson didn’t attend, but William Atherton, Joe Medjuck, Steve “Slimer” Johnson, and Billy “Mr. Stay Puft” Bryan did.
Two new GB inspired shirts today, one available from Tee Fury for, as usual, one day only. The other is by Jerry, who did that awesome Star Wars/Ghostbusters Tee Fury shirt last week – only, this one isn’t a shoo-in to buy yet, as he needs your votes!
First, Tee Fury – big thanks to Smoothie for the tip. Gotta trap ’em all! I’m not sure high energy proton streams are good for a Pokemon, but I know one thing – unlike a Pokeball, you do NOT get out of a ghost trap. The shirt is $9 and will be gone forever in 21 hours!
On to Jerry’s – this is not the first time Stay Puft has run with the Kaiju, but never has he been at such a disadvantage. Thumbs up, Jer – good luck!
Head on over to Design By Humans and vote that baby up so we can all buy one!
Andy Mangels, cartoon boffin extraordinaire, culture writer, documentarian, mustache curator, and producer on Time-Life’s Real Ghostbusters DVD series set has knocked over a pile of papers in his office and discovered 5 – FIVE! – sets of the DVD collection, which he’s looking to part with for $100 (shipping included within the US – extra from without, rates will obviously vary.)
Amazon is listing the sets for $117 PLUS shipping, so opportunities to get the set at this price are rare indeed.
Don’t miss out – contact Andy at email@example.com, first come, first served!