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Clear a big safe spot for Chronicle Collectibles' life-size Ghostbusters Terror Dog

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Feb 23, 2018

Okay, who brought the dog?!

Ghostbusters' toothy Terror Dogs might not make the best household pets, but apparently they make for some mighty fine sport hunting.

Texas-based Chronicle Collectibles has unchained the pre-orders today for their ferocious, life-size 1/1 scale Terror Dog Wall Mount Bust to decorate your geek den. The demonic pooch has been expertly cast from the original screen-used puppet showcased in 1984's classic spookshow comedy Ghostbusters.

 

Here's the official description:

This stunning 1:1 Terror Dog Wall Mount Bust was molded directly from a screen-used puppet an actor wore for the live-action shots. The bust includes a red LED light-up eye feature that is remote controlled with a key fob-style controller. The light-up function is battery powered, with the battery compartment accessible on the back panel of the bust. Intended for wall or vertical surface mounting, this bust will be the definitive piece for any Ghostbusters collection.

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Chronicle Collectibles is an inspired assembly of collectors and prop makers recreating Hollywood’s most cherished mementos. With licensed properties including Jurassic Park, RoboCop, Blade Runner, Conan the Barbarian, Stargate, Terminator, and many more, their desirable products are molded, cast, or grown from the original puppets, maquettes, props, studio molds, sculptures, and digital files delivered by the licensors and talented artists they collaborate with.

Terror Dog aficionados will be pleased to know they can display their favorite crazy canine in two different forms: Zuul, the Gatekeeper, at 24″ long x 26″ wide x 24″ tall, and Vinz Clortho, the Keymaster, at 24” long x 30” wide x 24” tall. Both tip the scales at 35 pounds.

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Pre-orders start today, Friday, Feb. 23, at Chronicle Collectibles and will set you back $850 for the first 30 days, and $999 for orders placed after that. Delivery is expected sometime in early 2019.

Keep your hands and fingers away from the snarling images in the gallery below, then tell us if you'd like to add a Terror Dog to your collectible creature menagerie.