Sadly Stay Puft probably doesn’t come with a ruined city to stomp about in, but this figure does look great as he gleefully parades through tiny plastic skyscrapers. All he needs are some tiny Ghostbusters to fight him off.
You can’t have hot chocolate without a mountain of marshmallows on top, and from this day forth you won’t want hot chocolate unless it’s served in this two-sided Ghostbusters Stay Puft Marshmallow Man mug.
The filmmakers behind Ghostbusters had a lot of challenges when it came to filming their climactic scene. For one thing, they had to make a giant marshmallow man dramatic and not simply silly. For another, they had to build and film a giant freaking marshmallow man. So how'd they do it?
It's been 30 years since the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man first squished through Manhattan. With Ghostbusters returning to theaters tomorrow for an anniversary run, we thought it appropriate to consider a very serious question: How would New York City actually fight an evil god in the form of a marshmallow man?…
We've seen tons of steampunk versions of classic scifi characters in cosplay form, but what makes this group especially great is that they've assembled a larger steampunk Ghostbusters team, including Gozer and a vest-wearing Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
The great tragedy at the end of Ghostbusters is that all that delicious marshmallow goo went to waste. Sculptor Brad Hill reminds us just how tasty the giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man would have been with his angry Stay Puft stuffed in a s'more.
What if, at the end of Ghostbusters, Ray Stantz had, instead of a giant man made of gelatin and sugar, envisioned a giant baby? Puppeteer and voice actor Dan Milano answers the question we never thought to ask by dressing his daughter in the Stay Puft sailor suit and unleashed her on the plastic proton pack-wielding…