During Ghostbusters 30th anniversary LEGO fan and ghosthead Monsieur Caron (YouTube) made The Ghostbusters Lego Movie. (GBI Blog Post, August 18, 2014) Less than 2 years later Monsieur Caron has created a new Lego Ghostbusters fan film. This time with key events from Ghostbusters! Monsieur Caron Enjoy this recreation of the 1984 Ghostbuster movie all made in LEGO stop motion animation by MonsieurCaron. If the crossover between the LEGO bricks and the fan favorite… Read More
Sergio Herencias, a custom LEGO designer and a ghosthead who once had a successful LEGO Ideas project for a Ghostbusters Firehouse was given an upcoming LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse HQ Set 75827. (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, November 11, 2015) Sergio built LEGO’s official Ghostbusters HQ in front of our very eyes, (with a high speed workout) giving us an official first review.
When I bought my LEGO Ghostbusters ECTO-1 in June, it was from LEGO’s on-line shop. When I received my order (Rich Collectibles) it included a catalog. I didn’t have any newer catalogs as I haven’t bought any LEGO sets since.
Note: Originally appeared at my personal site, iRich. Yesterday I started working on my 30th Anniversary Lego Ghostbusters set. I documented the build for iRichard Roy and my related Ghostbusters sites. LEGO decided that ultimately to build 4 Ghostbusters, their proton packs, a trap, and of course their Ectomobile 508 pieces are needed. I don’t build Lego sets often, none that can be pricey, or complex. Building Lego Ecto was going to be a challenge. It’s Ghostbusters,… Read More
Note: Originally appeared at my personal site, iRich. The idea and physical creation of Ghostbusters Legos is by no means new. Talented people with far more technical skill then I have been creating custom Ghostbusters toys for years. They’ve included Ghostbusters mini figures, equipment, ECTO-1s, Firehouses, (exterior and interior) Stay-Puft, and not for the faint of the heart, Gozer’s roof top temple or “55 Central Park West.” I grew up during a different era,… Read More