1 Might need a longer rope next time.
2 Bozo sold it, she bought it, and she can do what she wants with it.
3 First time I’ve had to look around for a hidden Bozo.(Shame on the dastard that skipped on his bill.)
1. He’s strong to the finnich but he eats no spinich, he’s Bozo the sailor man. Puff puff!
2. “Good morning, madam. Would you likes to buys this anti-door-to-door-salesman-missile brush?”
“Why, yes. Yes I does.”
3. Is you a blind waiter? Can you not sees I isn’t the fatso who gobbles up these?
Just look at the last one today, the restaurant scene. The three dimensional depths, the accurate perspectives. The same subject could’ve been drawn with lesser background details, which is what any typical cartoonists including well-known ones would’ve done. But Foxo delivers the best. He gives a full view of the crowded restaurant in proper perspective, with background peoples eating there at the tables. (I point out the third strip today especially, but it doesn’t mean that the other two are any less than the third one. All three are beautifully drawn with perspective and background details, as usual in any Bozo comic found here which you might come across.)
Even though the characters are cartoons, the world where they live is a realistic three dimensional cartoon world. And each of these cartoons, the subject solely expressed through artwork alone, that is, without any words spoken by any character. The body language and facial expressions of the characters and the scene are used to express the subject in a lovely way, with such great background details and perspectives.
I dunno if art evolved before words, but it probably did, and it’s a powerful medium which reaches across the globe without depending on the need to translate and loosing something while translation.
A true hidden gem to many, but now hidden no more and entertaining everyone across the world beyond the barriers of borders and language, Foxo’s marvellous masterpiece, the wordless wonder called Bozo is simple fun which puts a smile on you, but is not a thing to be simply looked at for a smile alone, for it is indeed a great work of art, expression of a funny through art alone, which is well drawn with perspective and details. And it goes without saying that it deserves a big thumbs up and a big round of applause.
1) Hook, line and sunk. 2) Purchase returned. No questions asked. 3) Bozo should have waited to be seated.
1. Have you ever been on board of the Titanic, Bozo?
2. I never thought a brush could be such an effective salesman repellent
3 If you order now you’ll get one for the price of two
1. If looks could kill, Bozo would be a dead man.
2. She didn’t give him the brush off, she gave him the brush on … the noggin!
3. Bozo is a victim of the “Eat and Run” diner.
«1» The only thing you should throw off a boat is a life-ring, with a long line attached.
«2» Death of a salesman, almost.
«3» You know, the diner just went to the lavatory!
Hey, in the middle strip, he can now sell the brush again to someone else.
Ya know, it’s not too unusual that Umbrella Man is out and about every day in various spots in the city or countryside, but somehow he and Bozo always find the same spots. Go figure! ☺☂️
Strip 1, panel 4 appears to show Fuzzy fishing in the distance without his ubiquitous bumbershoot! And, since it isn’t raining, we can’t assume the umbrella is closed at his feet in the boat. This is a first, as far as I can recall.
1) Anchors Oi Vey!: Bozo and Bozanne want to float in one place so the anchor is off loaded and swamps their little boat!
2) Bozo Brush Off: Hard sell Bozo bothers an angry woman who buys a big brush then throws it at close range hitting Bozo in his hard head! He made his sale and his first knot of the day.
3) Don’t Seat Yourself: Bozo goes to a nice restaurant however he sits himself in a place recently vacated by non-paying customer. Bozo in his haste gets the bill first before eating.
$3.50 for a steak dinner! That won’t pay for desert today!