HAPPY NEW YEAR, Richie fans!


Wow, what a year! I started this blog in late August and now, five months later, we are up to 22 subscribers and 10-30 fans who drop by each day. And Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón came by to comment on a story! I don’t think it gets much better than that!

But, there is something I would love to happen in 2014, and that is for YOU to leave some comments here. On the story, on Richie in general, on anything Richie related, I would love to hear your opinion and thoughts, what you like, what annoys you, what you found funny/interesting/weird/anything in the story. I started this blog to meet other fans and discuss all things Richie, but I already know what I think, I want to hear what you think. Your email address won’t show and you can make up a fake name if you’re shy. So, maybe you can add commenting here to your New Year’s resolution list. 🙂

Speaking of resolutions, come join the Riches for a New Year’s themed Richie Rich story!

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Now off you go to jog, drink a green shake, comment on this lovely blog, call your mom, etc….. Happy New Year!


2 comments on “HAPPY NEW YEAR, Richie fans!

  1. frank thomas says:

    that was cute…as all the Richie rich stories usually are…i am 60 and Harvey comics have some magical grip on me…just seeing the cover of any one of their titles turns me into a nine year old who spent his time walking back and forth from the local drug store. That drug store carried each and every Harvey comic that came out. The owner decided that he would carry only “clean” comic books and he did it well. I loved every one of them and I think that each one was a great value…I could always put together a dime for a new comic….

    • Thank you for commenting! I love the stories so much too, as a kid and now even more. I have read sporadically throughout the years, but because of this blog, I read at least one a night to find good stories and I feel like they are hot off the press each evening! And it’s always interesting to find old favorites and realize how different you interpret the story as an adult. Thank you for starting my new year off with a lovely comment and feel free to comment often! 🙂

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