I don’t recalls seeing any other daily funny comic which is drawn so splendidly with such three dimensional depths and details created on two dimensional paper.
The perspectives are so accurate that it looks realistic, like a cartoon world with realistic three dimensions. He achieves this with realistic perspectives and shading. Foxo Reardon was not only great at gags without any character saying a word, but he was also a very talented artist. I don’t thinks I has seen a more complete package in a cartoonist who proved without a shadow of a doubt that a picture speaks a thousand words.
And Foxo’s times with Bozo is considered as a golden age of comics, and Bozo is doubly golden for silence is golden.
Once again, a big thumbs up and a big round of applause for Foxo’s marvellous masterpiece, the picturesque pantomime called Bozo, a true classic, a rare and pure pantomime platinum of a golden age.