“We’re thrilled with the response to the new Ghostbusters toy line. We worked closely with Sony to ensure each figure featured authentic details from the movie including a wearable proton pack. The early momentum shows the product is resonating with ‘Ghostbusters’ fans!”
Ghostbusters is one of the most beloved franchises from the 1980's. Without a doubt if you grew up in the 1980's then you will have very fond memories of the Ghostbusters. The first Ghostbusters movie released in 1984 was what introduced us to Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston, but it was the 1986 animated series called The Real Ghostbusters that gave us the most nostalgic Ghostbusters toys.
The is seen and developed in the movie ; this piece of equipment is a metal tank strapped to the back of its user, with an attached sprayer used to project streams of the that has been reinforced with positive emotions so as to neutralize its negatively reinforced counterparts. In , the slime blower is modified to shoot positively charged slime, and can also shoot slime tethers, the slime tether in turn can be attached to one object, then the other end to another solid surface to pull that heavy object (also used to open heavy doors) which usually would be difficult to move without use of some tremendous amount of force, so the slime tether helps get the job done. The Ghostbusters can also attach one end of a slime tether to a ghost, then attach the other end to a nearby already deployed ghost trap allowing for a quicker trapping of a ghost. A toy slime blower was released with the Kenner Real Ghostbusters toy line. In the comics, the is a -like device that fires a hard jet of , which can damage or dissipate ghosts.
At two feet tall, this hard vinyl bank of the classic Ghostbusters character will hold a fortune in nickels, and tower over your other Ghostbusters toys!