I love today’s stories as they show us a less affected Richie than in the later years. He’s still sweet and smart and helpful, but in a much more naive way. In this first story, he honestly doesn’t want to hurt Reggie’s feelings. WHAT????!!! Reggie has no feelings!!
I like how there is always a little blonde girl in a red dress heading into any school you might be attending. 🙂
And I’m very impressed at the technical computer training Richie got at the public school. Or perhaps it was from the school before the public school as he appeared to just be transferring there. It’s interesting how one can just not show up to school and go to another school for the day and no one cares.
Richie Rich comics predict the future in so many stories, but here, with a virtual professor and a machine to record and take notes for you, they have done it again!
If you liked this story of a snobby school, don’t forget to read this one:
And now we have a fantastic story where Richie actually gets his butt kicked! I love him and don’t wish him harm, but it is very annoying that in every story he wins every prize, dodges every bullet, beats up entire gangs of adult crooks without batting an eyelash. I like seeing him being normal for once. Although his hoity-toity gym is far from normal!
This gym must have been designed by Aunt Novoo Rich. And Richard gently toned it down.
And if you like Richie getting into fights with tough boys, you will want to read this:
What did you think?
These are great! I especially liked the stories about the private schooling. I love how Richie stays gracious and defensive of his friends throughout. I think that’s part of what epitomizes his character–that money or no money, he’s just a great person!
I agree, thanks so much for commenting!
I have to say this version of Reggie was more obnoxious than his prankster version of the 70s. LOL
That school sounds like a nightmare. Reggie has one of the most punchable faces I’ve seen in fiction.
Yes!!!! He is such a douchebasket!!!
Watch your language!
Bullying is intolerable and unnatural. It is an abomination and a crime against life itself. If there was an anti bullying campaign in Richie’s world, he would gladly support it.