3297RE: Re: [Richie Rich's Vault] RE: A Richie story that makes you think!
- Nov 9, 2013Thank you for the link! A very fun story, and well-written. But I'm not the biggest Ernie Colon fan, I can't help wishing this gem had been drawn by Warren Kremer instead!
If anyone has a hunger for realistic Kremer art from days of the Korean conflict, I have one of his finest Harvey war stories ready to read on my web site here:
It is easy to see some Jack Davis influence here. Some folks (including me at one time), have speculated that Howard Nostrand was involved in the art but I am now certain that this is pure 100% Warren Kremer art. Anyone agree? Disagree?
On Oct 27, 2013, at 4:24 PM, <gloriagladrich2@...> wrote:
Sob, now I am the last comment again, but I cannot leave poor Ben always wondering about the Red Knight. :)
All my posts are always here:
The new ones just get added on top of the old ones, but if you go to the home page, they are all there. Enjoy!
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Got a link to share for the Red Knight story? I have no idea what that is, but it sounds like a good one!
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I love these replies! Everyone gets something different out of a Richie story, and that is why we love them so much! I was scared to reply to this thread because I am always the last comment and when I come to this page it is all ME ME ME on the main page and it is giving me a complex. So, someone please reply after me, even it's just "Hi" so my name (well, faux name) is not up AGAIN....
And in fun news, I put up the Richie vs. the Red Knight story yesterday if you are in the mood for more Richie-ing....
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