The other complaint about the issue, honestly, is a standard one for books of this type the price. I know the economic realities of the comic book industry today, but $3.95 is too much to expect kids to pay. Id hate to think this book will only find its way into the hands of collectors indulging in nostalgia, because it deserves better. Hopefully, somehow, it will find a way. Read Full Review
I was pleased to find that the producers of this comic book take care to acknowledge where the property came from. There's an essay by Richie Rich co-creator Sid Jacobsen that outlines the character's history (with hyperbole that would do Stan Lee proud), but more importantly, there's a "classic" style Richie Rich story included in this comic as well. At first, I thought we were looking at a reprint, but artist Ernie Colon's apparent use of computer art for some elements made me think differently. It's a cute story, but incredibly simple and not entirely logical at times. It'll entertain the tykes, but there's not much here for the older set. Read Full Review
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