- Sending this one out to Lanny D. Crepit…
Sending this one out to Lanny D. Crepit…
Xentrix – Ghostbusters & Dark Enemy, Live In Bolton, 14th April 2013
Xentrix performing Ghostbusters & Dark enemy live at The Moses Gate in Bolton, on the 14th April 2013. This was Xentrix's first gig in almost 7 years and the…
- Convention season means I get to rummage the archives (heaven)
- Getting a surprise together for Saturday's charity party – fingers crossed, it h…
- Gone in 20 hours! Get your's now!
Gone in 20 hours! Get your's now!
Cross The Streams? Y/N by rbucchioni
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- GhostbustersNews.com has posted some of Fil Barlow's concept art from Extreme Gh…
GhostbustersNews.com has posted some of Fil Barlow's concept art from Extreme Ghostbusters, revealing a woman character, Lucy, as the disabled team-member, either in a wheelchair or what appears to be dual-purpose crutches/particle throwers.
This is slightly contrary to the Bob Higgins interview (Bob was producer on XGB) with Ability Magazine, reported by PC way back in 1998 (I know, right?). In that interview, having just received an award from the Los Angeles Commision on Disabilities for the show's inclusion of the Garrett character, Higgins said they hadn't planned on a disabled character, that he just sort of happened. Only, here we have a clear indication they put more than just some passing thought into a disabled character.
Follow the link below for Barlow's Deviant Art page (some other great XGB art there as well)
Here is the Ability Magazine article;
And here is Proton Charging's interview with Fil Barlow himself, back in the day:
XGB: Early Concept ~ Lucy ~ Part 2
This is the second attempt at Lucy. My boss Richard Raynis wanted the character in the wheelchair to be fearless and gung ho! I did my best to sell the fact that a female character could easily acc…
- Empty your head and read this interview with Jennifer Runyon!
(Alternate: "Read…Empty your head and read this interview with Jennifer Runyon!
(Alternate: "Read this interview – it's no fluke!")
- Our thoughts go out to those affected by the bombing in Boston today and our com…
Our thoughts go out to those affected by the bombing in Boston today and our comrades in the Massachusetts Ghostbusters. People's first instincts are to donate blood, and that is something to look into, but a national blood donation response to a highly localized tragedy like this tends to be inefficient. Another option is to look into the various charities all the marathon runners were representing, and help create some important meaning out of this madness.
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