Vote to Make This Awesome 'Ghostbusters' Stay Puft LEGO Set Real!
by Ethan Anderton
April 16, 2014
"I tried to think of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never ever possibly destroy us." While the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters is spawning some awesome stuff like Gallery 1988's traveling art show and a limited edition vinyl of the theme by Ray Parker Jr., the one item we're most psyched about is that LEGO version of the iconic Ecto-1 vehicle that our trusty heroes drive around in. But what happens after we build this set when it hits shelves in June? We're going to want more Ghostbusters goodies. Well, the man behind the LEGO Ecto-1 at the LEGO community Cuusoo is back with another hopeful set inspired by the film. It's the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. Mother pussbucket.
Here are some photos of the Ghostbusters Stay Puft Marshmallow Man LEGO set from Flickr:
And here's a tease of two minifigs, clearly of Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis, to go with the set:
To support this custom LEGO set at Cuusoo and help it become a reality, just click here!
While initially we're terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought, this would be the perfect companion set to go with the Ecto-1. Brent Waller is the LEGO genius behind this awesome creation, and as he explains, "As the physical manifestation of the Sumerian demonic deity Gozer he stands over 34cm (13 inches) tall he and is a formidable sight to any minifig in your LEGO city." Unfortunately, the LEGO version of the iconic firehouse isn't part of the set, and he points out in the comments section, "There's a few other really excellent headquarters on Cuusoo already, I think it's too big to ever be considered in it's current form." If you want this set to go before a LEGO jury for approval, support it at Cuusoo right here. Cool?
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Woah woah woah...LEGO, make it so.
DAVIDPD on Apr 16, 2014
I love Lego!!
TheOct8pus on Apr 17, 2014
Would be expensive, but that fourth photo as a set would be great.
cobrazombie on Apr 17, 2014
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