One of the greatest movies of all time was Ghostbusters. It was followed up with one of the greatest cartoons of all time, The Real Ghostbusters (one of the most successful Movie-to-TV translations EVER). The mix of comedy, horror, and weird science was white-hot in the Eighties, and still maintains a loyal fan following to this day!!!
UPDATE--March 19, 2004
As you can see right above this text, there's some new pictures available on the Ectozone. I've been experimenting with computer coloring, pushing the envelope of MS Paint and the ULead Photo Express program (bundled with my cheap scanner) and I'm liking the results at last. The profile pictures of the four Ghostbusters have been completely changed, to new images based on the comic promo art by Billy Dallas Patton (albeit using the animated likenesses). All of the profile images used in the Ghostbusters Fact List have been replaced with computer colored versions, and I'm currently at work redoing the GBWC profiles. Eventually, I hope every piece of artwork on the site will be computer colored. Keep your eye on the Ectozone Art Page for updates.
My own take on the Ghostbusters. Some of my own creations aren't this much fun to write! Click HERE to see the stuff...
Five newest stories (newest on top)
Ghostbusters: The Zodiac Imperative, Part Two
The Prince of Warlocks and the Archmage of Wind try to stop the Imperative, but more avatars are chosen: including some shockingly familiar faces.. .
Ghostbusters West Coast: Mummy Dearest
First, an Egyptian mummy goes missing from the museum. Then a guy wrapped in bandages shows up at the mansion of red hot white rapper Zagnut...you think there may be a connection?
Ghostbusters: The Zodiac Imperative, Part One
Something is brewing in the skies...something that draws the unease of the Prince of Warlocks and many others. As a relationship takes a fateful turn...the Imperative is beginning...
Ghostbusters West Coast: Home Turf
While on a visit to GBI HQ in New York City, Joey and Fritz go on a bust with Ray Stantz. But then something strange happens...and how does a troubled young man named Leon Hogan fit into the picture?
Ghostbusters: Fateful Opportunity
Janine Melnitz is a twenty four year-old single girl from Brooklyn who's just quit her last job. So, desperate to pay the rent, she takes her friend's advice to apply to a new company calling itself "Ghostbusters"...
"Oh, God, he draws too..." A gallery of profile pictures of the Ghostbusters of two coasts...Click HERE if you dare...
There are other great Ghostbuster sites on the web!!! Click HERE to check out some of them!!!
Ghostbusters is (c.)1984 Columbia Pictures. Ghostbusters 2 is (c.)1989 Columbia Pictures The Real Ghostbusters is (c.)1986 Columbia Pictures Television and DiC Productions. Extreme Ghostbusters is (c.)1997 Columbia Pictures Television and Adelaide Productions. The new comic book is (c.) Sony and 88MPH Studios. No use of characters and images associated with the above is intended for profit, or to challenge the copyrights of the above holders. Characters not appearing in the above copyrighted works are to be considered (c) BG Baugh and/or their respective creators