GBNJ Fleet Vehicles

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Written By: Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator

GBNJ has always had more then one vehicle, in recent years the only one that could even match the equipment of the infamous ECTO-1 is Bill’s ECTO-FJ Cruiser. Which is why when we launched the latest version of gbnj.net we only had a page for our franchise’s ectomobile. In the months and year + since as we’ve met, become friends with, and hired more personnel we’ve been able to expand our operations, not just in the number of people, with an increase of vehicles as well.

I created a new Fleet Vehicles page to reflect this area of GBNJ’s growth. More classics may be on the way.

Jersey Shore Comic Book Show November 2014

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On November 16, 2014 Ghostbusters NJ personnel and North Jersey Ghostbusters (Facebook) met up at Central/South Jersey’s premiere comic show, Jersey Shore Comic Book Show. As guests we were given not one, but three tables which we didn’t know about beforehand. Fortunately we had a decent amount of suits, gear, ectoplasm, (they were in jars) The Real Ghostbusters toys, and promotional material with us.

We were well received by the organizers and attendees of all ages. Since we didn’t wreck the town’s Elks Lodge we’ve been invited back for JSCBS upcoming show in March 2015. Continue reading

We Got One…A New Domain

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For most of Ghostbusters-NJ’s web presence we’ve had an easy to say, spell, and remember web address. It began with a dot com, evolved to a dot info, (because of its original freeness) and became wordy (that’s my fault) as GBNJ was entering its 10 year as a Ghostbusters Incorporated franchise. Which is the same time we moved to better web quarters away from our previous hosting company. Continue reading

Site Updates: Links & Contact Pages

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Written By Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator/Resident Site Guy

In September 2013 Ghostbusters NJ relaunched our long time website, improving upon what had become before. If web pages could smell brand new, it did. Like the new car analogy I thought of a moment ago GBNJ didn’t have every option. I hadn’t created a Links page. Ghostbusters International (Ghostbusters Incorporated from the 30th Anniversary) and Ecto-Containment did and have plenty of Ghostbusters related links. Continue reading

Jersey Shore Comic Book Show

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It won’t look anything like this.

Posted By: Richard Roy, District 1 Coordinator

On Sunday, November 16, 2014 Ghostbusters NJ and North Jersey Ghostbusters (Facebook) staff will be attending the Jersey Shore Comic Book Show, South Jersey’s not so large and only (we think) comic con. If getting an opportunity to meet us isn’t enough, the Avengers could be there. And Batman. A Man Of Steel too!

Oh alright, fans may be at JSCBS dressed as their favorite Marvel and DC characters. One character you won’t be able to miss because he’s real and wears red is Santa Clause. The real one, not that one time Bill dressed as Santa with a Proton Pack which Ghostbusters International milked for all it was worth. And they could still again if they have the file. :D Continue reading

Ecto-Containment Matty Collector Ghost Trap Review

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Written By: Richard Roy. Original Review: Ecto-Containment.com

In early 2012 I bought a Matty Collector Ghost Trap from a seller within Jersey. I took un-boxing photos almost immediately, didn’t do much with them. The intent was to upload them to Ecto-Containment and around that time write a review. Whatever the reason prior to “Superstorm” (right) Sandy I sat on them.

The first week of November two years later I finally decided to work with those original pictures and add them to Ecto-Containment. The review still needed to be written. With my sense of humor I made it seem like we’d see that in 2016. Before the review I realized I needed more detailed pictures. I took a new series of photos, uploaded on November 9 and on November 10 wrote a review of my Matty Collector Ghost Trap, which has been published to Ecto-Containment.

The only prop toy I haven’t reviewed is their P.K.E Meter. I could see covering it by the end of 2014, I’ll see how that goes.

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