Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Richie, Cadbury, and Santa!

imageHappy Holidays from the Riches!

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I will try not to notice that Richie is two inches from severing his head with that helicopter. AAH!

Let’s begin with a fun little stock market one-pager…

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“Get a few of the boys” makes me laugh! Like Woody, Pierre, Bascomb and the other old boys. But, not Cadbury as he clearly did not exist yet in Richieland.

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Cute little concussed Richie!

And now to the main event, ho ho ho, and Merry Reading!

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It’s odd the other boy thought Richie was a “big kid”. His head and thighs may be large, but surely he is younger than this tall, skinny lad. Who completely reminds me of Jughead Jones! Did you think that too? Must be the Jughead crown hat.jughead

And faux Jughead’s father was so angry and scary! If only his dad had witnessed the Christmas miracle, maybe he wouldn’t be such a meanie. At least his child now has a warm coat.

I love how the real Santa doesn’t even bother to give Richie anything, he sees the tuxedo and just says, “Why don’t you help me distribute as you clearly don’t live in this hood!”

Happy Holidays and give me a present by commenting and telling me all your Richie thoughts!


4 comments on “Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Richie, Cadbury, and Santa!

  1. HMCurator says:

    Wow, what a great story Gloria! Happy holidays to you and all your readers!

  2. Travis says:

    Merry Christmas! Thank you for sharing these gems!

  3. Ze Mastor says:

    Nice Christmas tale. Early 1960’s? Is there a date on the issue? I’m guessing, because of how the adult men were dressed with hats, and the limo driver is NOT Bascomb, I don’t think that faux-Jughead’s dad was meant to be just a meanie. Notice the bare kitchen (no food!) and the 5 o’clock shadow, which was, in 1950’s-1960’s comics lingo, the equivalent of “unemployed, alcoholic, abusive, lowlife dad” and not “he’s so hot like George Michael/Don Johnson”.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I once read a Richie story called A Visit To St. Nicholas. Inspired by The Night Before Christmas, in it Richie and father visit Santa Claus with presents for him, along with Mrs Claus, the elves and the reindeer as thanks for all the joy that they give to children all over the world every year. In the end, Santa had a smile on his face and a joyful tear in his eye. He always knew he was appreciated, but he never felt that level of appreciation before.

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