Cover Date: December 30th, 1989
Cover Price: 45p
Story: Glenn Dakin (first story), Dan Abnett (second story) Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis (third story)
Adaptation: James Van Hise (third story)
Pencils: Brian Williamson (first story), Brian Williamson (second story), John Tobias (third story)
Inks: Dave Harwood (first & second story), Robin Bouttell (second story), Rich Rankin (third story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first story), Suzanne Dechnik (third story)
Letters: Hel (first story), Dan Nakrosis (third story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos
Dead True: Bambos & Memlie
Editor: Stuart Bartlett, Tony Caputo (third story)
Assistant Editor: Peri Godbold
Cover: Brian Williamson, Dave Harwood & Robin Bouttell
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Ghost Sympathizer
Party Animals
“We Three Things!”
    The Ghostbusters return from a holiday bust only to find a crackpot named Dr. Karl Kindheart there demanding they treat ghosts better or else.  That proves a lot harder to do when the Ghostbusters’ spook-free Christmas is invaded by Slimer’s rowdy supernatural party guests!

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 81
    Egon’s Christmas present recommendations.

“Winston’s Diary”
Monday-Saturday, 18-23 December
    Colds, presents, phantom carolers, lords a-leaping and French Hens.  Just another holiday season for the Ghostbusters.

“Dead True!”
    Two friends find themselves lost on the way to a Christmas dinner and stop at a house for directions.  They then learn from their friends that that very house burned down 20 years ago!

“Ghostbusters II” Part 4
    Five years after the Gozer bust, the Ghostbusters have been shut down for the amount of damage done to the Shandor Building.  Unfortunately, Dana needs their help once again as her baby carriage with her son, Oscar, had taken off down the street by itself.  The Ghostbusters eagerly investigate and tunnel their way through First Avenue to discover a river of slime flowing underneath the streets!  

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Season’s Greetings from Slimer and all his friends.
Special Features:
    Slime Time! Jokes.
FYI: “We Three Things!” is a play on the Christmas Carol title “We Three Kings of Orient Are” (often called simply “We Three Kings”) written in 1857 by Reverend John Henry Hopkins, Jr. for a Christmas pageant for the General Theological Seminary in New York City.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
    Page 11 – “The only bust today was a Class two corporeal in Bloomingdale’s.”
    Bloomgindales is a chain of upscale American department stores.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
    Page 12 – “…to bus a gang of phantom carol-singers who had been howling ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’ at two hundred decibels…”
    "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" is a Christmas carol written by Charles Wesley and appeared in Hymns and Sacred Poems in 1739.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
    Page 12 – “…and flattened them during the third verse of ‘Once in Royal David’s City’.”
    "Once In Royal David's City" is a Christmas carol, which was originally a poem, written by Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander, an Anglican bishop's wife.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
    Page 12 – “…but not outdone before they’d close-harmonied ‘Hosanna in Excelsis’ and shattered shop windows in a thirty yard area.”

FYI: This issue features part of  NOW’s Real Ghostbusters Starring in Ghostbusters 2 #1.
Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II and all related characters TM & (c) Columbia Pictures Inc.
The Real Ghostbusters (c) Marvel Comics LTD.
NYGB Comicguide TM & (c) 2006 Atomic Media Group.