Fully retired but Professor Emeritus at the Emily Carr University Of Art And Design.
Perhaps nothing wrong with having such a mind, but it tends to involve Mobius loops and infinite patterns.
Number 3 seems to me like Bozo already joined the semiliterate communities of the world.
Mistaking the verbal advertising of a fish basket Bozo believes will catch fish if he immerses the basket in the water is what my focus is.
In this context in this strip, to me, Bozo’s appearance resembles actions taken by a semiliterate person.
My dictionary only showed “laterally” when I ran it on “literalati.”
2. My reading of today’s #2 is that when Bozo gets very close to the Umbrella Guy, there is a downpour of rain.
It may happen to anybody getting close and I realize that my imagination has taken a surreal turn today.
I adore panels with a hover-hat and five stars, like Bushmiller’s panel #4
A very well observed pattern!
3. The third strip in today’s exhibition gives me an impression that BOZO was perhaps regarded by fans of the strips as an example of a transitional “missing-link” between the Monkey and the Human Being.
In strip #1, see panel #3.
In strip #3, panels 1, 2, and 3 give me a strong impression.
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It’s a strip I was unfamiliar with until it began to become part of the Go Comics roster of Comic Strip Talent.
I appreciate the presence of “BOZO” on Go Comics.
Early Elon Musk? I would also be running away as fast as I could run.
Are we experiencing new Bushmiller material from 1955, or is it 1953?
The Hover Hat returns in panel #2!
In panel #3, the Tiger seems to be viewing, or perhaps, smelling lunch while Sluggo gazes obliviously at hatless Spike, seen fleeing the scene like a bat outa hell… <—— I’ve wanted to type those four words for a long time… and, free hat for Sluggo!
“Three rocks lead to deep thoughts” — if you happen to be sitting on one of those rocks.