I just loves the three dimensional aspects in this comic. All three strips today’s exhibit this skillfully. Scenes are at an angle to the audience which helps put a three dimensional depth for the readers who sees this on a two dimensional piece of paper or nowadays a two dimensional screen.
Peoples and buildings placed in different positions, before and behind, which is drawn with accurate relative sizes s that it appears to the audience as if they is standing behind or before the protagonist.
Even though this is a comic from 1940’s, it gives a breath of fresh air much more than several contemporary comics. The artwork is so well done that I don’t even care whether it’s in colour or monochrome. In fact, this looks much better than several new comics which are in colour because those new ones lack good drawings. The grey tones are aptly used in this comic which completes the artwork’s greatness. A master of art and perspectives, was Foxo Reardon.
And in these gloomy days of pandemic affected daily life, Bozo comes as a great sunshine and brings happiness.