This paper toy is the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, based on the Ghostbusters, the papercraft is created by Toy a Day. The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is a fictional character from the Ghostbusters franchise, which sometimes appears as a giant, lumbering paranormal monster. It first appears in the 1984 film Ghostbusters as a picture logo on a prop package of marshmallows in Dana Barrett's apartment, on a graffiti advertisement on the building next to the Ghostbuster's HQ, and then in the climax of the film as the physical manifestation of the Sumerian demonic deity Gozer. Subsequently it has been incorporated into many other Ghostbusters media, including the animated series The Real Ghostbusters, a number of Ghostbusters-related comics, a stage show, and numerous video games. In Ghostbusters Universe, it is the mascot of the fictional Stay Puft Marshmallow Corporation. Within the universe, it is also the subject of a Marshmallow Man cartoon series. Along with the Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II logos, the image of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man has become one of the most recognizable emblems of the franchise.
Stay Puft is a large white humanoid figure made of conjoined marshmallows. He wears a white sailor hat with a red ribbon attached on top, and a blue hatband. Around his neck is a blue traditional sailor's collar and a red neckerchief.
After images of him are seen on a billboard and a bag of the marshmallows earlier in the film, he is then seen in the climax of Ghostbusters as one of two physical bodies of Gozer, a god who is defeated when Stay Puft is destroyed. His exact to-scale height in the movie is 112.5 feet tall, while his height in the novelization of the movie is given at 100 feet.
He is then recreated and subsequently captured a number of different times by the Ghostbusters, although mean and destructive at first he later befriends Slimer and the Ghostbusters in the animated series The Real Ghostbusters, and helps them out with various problems.
Ghostbusters is a supernatural comedy, multi-media franchise created in 1984. Its inception was for the movie Ghostbusters, released on June 8, 1984 by Columbia Pictures. It centered around a group of eccentric New York City parapsychologists who investigate and capture ghosts for a living. For the movie this franchise licensed action figures, novelizations, and other original materials to be produced around the movies' theme. After this initial success they released original stories in other fields such as a comic book, a video game, a television series, and a theme park attraction. With the 2009 release of Ghostbusters: The Video Game the characters within the Ghostbusters universe set up their own fictional version of a Ghostbusters franchise to open Ghostbusters locations in other cities, which in real life was earlier seen in two independent films not officially approved by Columbia Pictures.
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