What ho, old bean, time for a bit of Cadbury!

How I do love Cadbury, and it’s high time for more of everyone’s favorite butler!

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Where do these people work that they all just pile in when they see a tuxedoed man appear? And why doesn’t Joe just hire a cook?

And now, we meet a new character…or do we?

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Oh Cadbury! Is there anything you can’t do? And he’s even dreamier with a beard….

We need more Cadburys in this world! Is Cadbury your favorite?

In case you missed it, there is more Cadbury here:



And, check out this fun Cadbury doll at the Harvey Mercheum!



5 comments on “What ho, old bean, time for a bit of Cadbury!

  1. HMCurator says:

    While I never particularly cared for Irona, I always loved Cadbury. He’s exactly the kind of character you’d expect in Richie’s world. I like Cadbury best when his “powers” are within reason and not exaggerated, for example when he’s competing for some butler award as opposed to his role as Crashman.

    Thanks for mentioning the Cadbury figure. It’s not a very good likeness I’m afraid. I think Cadbury might be the least represented character from Richie’s world as far as merchandise is concerned. Most depictions are as part of that Rich family staff group shot, along with Pierre, Bascomb etc.

  2. John9 says:

    Thanks for bringing us these stories.

    I wonder if the first story was approved by the Comics Code Authority, as the owner of the resuaurant was depicted smoking. I seem to remember one issue didn’t have the CCA seal as there was a story that showed Cadbury smoking, although it was explained that he was against smoking and it was a one-time thing.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Cadbury is a man of multiple talents.

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