Thursday, April 27, 2017

Funny Stuff: "Something Funny Is Going On"

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! A couple weeks ago, Groove-ophile Kevin L. asked about Rich Rich Vault of Mystery. Well, Kevin, RRVoM ran for five issues (August 1974-April 1975) before it changed its name to Richie Rich Vaults of Mystery and ran thru issue 47 (June 1982). Just so happens that Ol' Groove has scans of RRVoM #1 lying around (funny how that happens, huh?), so why don't we take a look at the lead story, "Something Funny Is Going On"?


  1. Is that Ernie Colon art? When I as a kid I had him pegged as the good Richie Rich artist. Didn't know who he was until he started drawing Arak, Son of Thunder and Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld at DC.

  2. Awesome Groove, thank you for this. I have vague memories of this mag but this really brought them back.

  3. I always enjoyed Vault of Mystery. It was interesting to see the Richie Rich characters in somewhat edgier, adventurous stories. Thanks for the post Groove



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