1 Looks like someone bought Bozo’s pants out from under him.
2 Sorry Bozo, seems to be a lot of that going around today.
3 Hey cop, next banana’s on Bozo.
1. Uh, oh.
2. Uh, OW.
3. Uh, huh. Uh, huh. Uh, huh. Uh HUH?
Fuzzy twice present in the first strip. Fuzzy shares the pain with Bozo in the second strip. Fuzzy watching his friend Bozo in the third strip. Thanks Foxo, for another nice Bozo triplet. :-)
The first cartoon reminds me of the melee in the ladies department scene, which occurs in "Safety “Last” (Harold Lloyd).
1• Bozo got shorted on that deal.
2• “Who put that there?”
3• Something for everyone!
2. Bozo learns that being a snob isn’t as easy as it looks. :)
LOST DIGNITY- Ah FOXO you got me till I noticed the last panel, Bozo goes into the fight for Bargain Half Priced Pants, I thought the Dignity was for Bozo to come out without the pants due to not wanting to get into the fight, then I noticed Bozo has on shorts, so he did get half priced short pants. HEADS UP- Nobody can out do our hero for being proud to strut like the rich and looking snobbish with their nose in the air….but all this takes time to learn, you have to be able to keep you nose high in the air, but looking down on the poor and downtrodden. Our Hero loves to give to charity, even to Ole Button’s Policeman’s Ball….sorry, how childish of me, even being an ex LEO….Shame – Shame – Shame!
1. Bozo’s pants are probably shorts for anyone else.
2. Keep your chin up is just an expression.
3. Give, … then give again.
1. Shoulda got the regular sized one Bozo. That would fits you full.
2. It takes practice to be a snob, Bozo.
3. Clean money.
Some great artwork in 1st strip especially, by the master of perspective artwork and artwork itself. It always a joy to see FoXo’s BOZO, the original BOZO in comics.
And in the 3rd strip, notice the background buildings and the scenes. FoXo could’ve easily done a background and a scene angle similar to the one in the first panel. But in 2nd and 3rd panel, FoXo takes the trouble to changes the angle of the scene and shows background buildings with their three dimensional depths.
Even with simplistic backgrounds, he gives a perspective to his scenes. A hallmark of a true master of artwork.
And it no easy job to tell funny tales and keep telling funny tales for years without any of the characters ever uttering a word. All FoXo used was his splendid skills of artwork and just used the scene setup, body languages and facial expressions of the characters to tell his funnies. A true pantomime comic, unlike those where some character may speak or say something sometime.
So yes of course another big thumbs up, big applause, and three cheers once again for the marvellous master cartoonist FoXo’s magnificent masterpiece, the most pleasant picturesque pantomime, the ever entertaining ever energetic ever excellent evergreen entertainer BOZO!
Now BOZO brings great joy and sheer cheer to not only me but to many more. But despite that BOZO not much known or remembered these days.
Spread the word, friends, so that BOZO can spread more joy and cheer to more!
1) FRENZY: Men’s trouser sale is crazy, Bozo tries but comes out with less on than he went in!
2) SITUATIONAL AWARENESS: Bozo brisk walking sees another with head held high. He copies does so too well and collides with a telephone pole!
3) GIVING REFLEX: Tis the season of giving, and Bozo is at it. So well he gives to a trash basket!
A coin dropped or thrown away becomes a thrill to the kid who finds it!
I gave up cigars a while ago, but since I started reading Bozo I have a desire to walk around town with a stogie.
1) “Men’s pants half off” — or in Bozo’s case, completely off
2) Bozo illustrates the difference between being a star and seeing stars.
3) “You call that a bribe!?”
1. This is why I wouldn’t even go to Target if there was a huge crowd like this.
2. Watch where you walk, Bozo!
3. Give ’til it hurts.