1. Bozo learns the hard way not to throws away Lucky charms he find
2. For once, I thought the food thief was umbrella guy and we finally sees his face. But I was wrong. Umbrella guy’s in the background of second panel.
3. Bozo, the most wanted player.
In the second one, the restaurant scene is beautifully depicted in a realistic three dimensional perspective and depths, with folks eating in tables in the background.
In the third one, where bozo is running in front of other players running behind him which again has a three d perspective. The cop’s face which is closer to the audience, and then bozo running behind and players further behind. Even Bozo running outta the exit is in 3D. The best one’s the very last panel, like R’ley points out. What a perspective!
And taking the first one last, even though the first strip has Bozo and the tramp stating side by side and are both facing the audience, there’s still background and foreground elements in that one too which depicts three dimensional depths. For example, the wall behind em, the road behind that, the umbrella guy running on the road, the wall behind him, and then the cityscape in background of em all.
Even for such a scene, the master cartoonist Foxo Reardon ensures that there’s a perspective to that too with background details. He could’ve taken the easy way like most cartoonists and just draw a wall behind them instead of all those background elements, but he goes for the detailed perspective again, even in this case.
Foxo Reardon was truly a skilled cartoonist, and he’s one of the very best cartoonists, in my opinion. Not only does he do good funnies without a single word uttered, but he also takes care that the visuals are great too.
Bozo is not only undoubtedly excellent cartoons which completely rely on the power of artwork alone to convey the funny to the audience, but the cartoonist Foxo Reardon also puts in the effort that it looks good to the readers too.