Unboxing Hasbro’s Ghostbusters Plasma Series Tully’s Terrible Night 2-Pack

“I am Vinz, Vinz Clortho, Keymaster of Gozer.”

Louis Tully (Rick Moranis) has finally arrived as a follow-up to Hasbro’s Wave 1 of Ghostbusters Plasma Series figures, in the form of a PulseCon Exclusive 2-pack. Instead of coming as a solo figure though, we have a fancy box set of two 6-inch scale action figures, of a Terror Dog and Louis Tully with helmet accessory.

The packaging follows the same treatment across Hasbro’s Plasma Series toy line, as seen with Spengler’s 1:1 scale Neutrona Wand too.

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Upon sliding off the outer sleeve of the box to reveal the action figures, fans can appreciate the artwork on the left side depicting Louis standing in front of a door (on the sleeve), and in shock from the Terror Dog bursting through the doorway (on the box).

Remember that fateful night? It was when mild-mannered accountant Louis Tully decided to throw a party, but things got wild, and he ended up being chased down by a vicious Terror Dog through the streets of New York.

The Terror Dog included in this 2-pack is pretty much identical to the “Build-A-Figure” Vinz Clortho that came with Wave 1 of the Plasma Series figures, check it out for a more detailed look at the Terror Dog and the rest of the Ghostbusters crew.

Taking a closer look at Louis’ figure, the detail of his untidy clothing is very movie-accurate, down to his blank, possessed look and red eyes. The headgear accessory fits well over the figure’s head.

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Here’s a clip from Ghostbusters (1984) to remind us all of the scene when Egon Spengler was using the headgear on Louis to run some tests.

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The headgear even doubles off as a protective helmet when Louis rides the Terror Dog.

The Ghostbusters Plasma Series Tully’s Terrible Night 2-Pack retails at S$99.99 (US$49.99) and will hit store shelves on 28 September 2020.

If you prefer something with more of a classic look, Hasbro recently re-released the Classic Kenner “The Real Ghostbusters” figures too.


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