They Just Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To, Huh?

“The structure of this roof cap is exactly like the kind of telemetry tracker that NASA uses to identity dead pulsars in deep space… Something terrible is about to enter our world and this building is obviously the door. The architect’s name was Ivo Shandor; I found it in Tobin’s Spirit Guide. He was also a doctor. Performed a lot of unnecessary surgery. Then, in 1920, he started a secret society… After the first World War, Shandor decided that society was too sick to survive. And he wasn’t alone. He had close to a thousand followers when he died. They conducted rituals up on the roof; bizarre rituals intended to bring about the end of the world, and now it looks like it may actually happen.”


For over thirty of my now thirty-nine years, I have built Lego models. I have owned sets from almost every line Lego has produced in my lifetime, and I can say with absolute certainty that the Lego Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary set is hands down the best Lego set I have ever owned. While it is nice to have the Ghostbusters as official minifigures, it’s the Ecto-1 that shines. The attention paid to capturing the scale and lines of the 1959 Cadillac ambulance is just amazing. One of the best birthday presents I’ve ever received. Truly impressive.