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May 13, 2018
Holy crap. The Ectozone is fifteen years old today.

Man I feel old now. If this website was a person, it'd be bugging me to teach it how to drive now.

I'm not going to regale you with maudlin recollections this time--you can easily go to the archive page for that--but hey...look! I have something new today too!

Extreme Ghostbusters: Coda and Terchi's Extreme Adventure, Part Three
March 1998--Timeline Year Sixteen
The showdown is on! The Ghostbusters versus Anthal-Noje, with the life of Coda hanging in the balance!!!

Bonus: Take a look at the Villains Gallery page to get a look a the monster seen in this story.

--Fritz V. Baugh

March 27, 2018
Ghostbusters: Love Songs--Inspiration
May 28, 1995--Timeline Year Thirteen
The Wedding of Ray Stantz and Liz Hawthorne

It's not the end of "Love Songs", though. There's one more chapter to go. I think longtime readers can figure out what that's going to be about.

--Fritz V. Baugh

February 3, 2018

Photo by LinearRanger

Joined: February 3, 2003

Fifteen years?! far I've come since then... Gigs adminning or modding at Still Playing With Toys, GBCentral, Ghostbusters International, and GB Fans.

More importantly, tons and tons of friends I never would have met if not for four guys and one gal in snazzy flight suits and laser backpacks.

Thanks everybody for fifteen great years.

--Fritz V. Baugh

January 1, 2018

Illustration by John Tobias, Rich Rankin, and Suzanne Dechnik

I'm not going to talk about the ways 2017 sucked, we all know the biggest reason--it starts with a "T" and rhymes with "Dump"--but instead try to look forward.

I'm at work on "Love Songs--Inspiration", which will feature the wedding of Ray Stantz and Liz Hawthorne.

I'm pretty sure it will not be another year until part three of "Coda And Terchi's Extreme Adventure" is out.

If the Ghostbusters comics from IDW continue the course they're on now, with constant interdimensional crossovers and not enough attention paid to the original Ghostbusters. I'll be saving some money after "Crossing Over", which sounds a lot like the embodiment of everything I think's gone wrong with the book for the last three years.

And if you haven't checked out Rosey and Jake Collins' The Riveras I really recommend you so do.

Have a safe and happy Twenty-Eighth Year of the Age of Aquarius

--Fritz V. Baugh

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