Bozo by Foxo Reardon for November 28, 2023

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    Mark Thomas  5 months ago

    1. Umbrella Guy decides it’s time to come clean.

    2. Wake Up! The fruits of your labor have paid off!

    3. Notice that Fuzzy the Umbrella Guy is missing as well. Very suspicious.

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    Pequod  5 months ago

    1. Take shelter on a rainy day. ’Til Fuzzy takes it all away.

    2. Bozo makes the tree his bed. Tree knocks Bozo on his head.

    3. Bozo rows the boat ashore, where Bozo’s gear resides no more.

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    HappyDog/ᵀʳʸ ᴮᵒᶻᵒ ⁴ ᵗʰᵉ ᶠᵘⁿ ᵒᶠ ᶦᵗ Premium Member 5 months ago

    1… As I’ve often said, umbrellas are placebos!

    2… What time did you set the alarm for, Bozo?

    3… It must have been sea pirates! See pirates? No, did you?

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 5 months ago

    Wasted effort: Sir Bozo Newton

    Lost and found: Hah! The fish got him with the old decoy boat trick again!

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    GovernorOfCalisota {LoveBozobyFoxo} Premium Member 5 months ago

    1) Fuzzy ☂️❤️ doesn’t like for his umbrella to get soaked ☔︎ ☺

    2) Better late than never ☺ – Fuzzy ☂️❤️ is at home drying his umbrella

    3) Fuzzy ☂️❤️ is looking for the best place to take a nap – Someone well equipped is fishing, somewhere … ☹️

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    Gent  5 months ago

    1. Ah a rare umbrella guy appearance in the foreground action.

    2. Bozo discover the gravity of this situation.

    3. Something fishy all right.

    Fabulous FoXo’s Brilliant BOZO — one sure way of making terrible tuesday into terrific tuesday!

    For those who come in late, these fabulous fun funnies was envisioned and executed so beautifully and brilliantly by FoXo Reardon, a true master cartoonist who told his funny tales with his awesome artwork alone, without any of his characters in BOZO ever saying a single word.

    An especially excellent epitome of pictures speaking thousand words, BOZO also the most pleasant picturesque pantomime where every panel is like a photograph of a three-dimensional cartoon world of realistic-looking depths and details. Such was his powerful perspective artwork which brought to life a lovely lively world of BOZO!

    FoXo a rare combination of both sharp wits and artistic talents which is rarely seen together in the same cartoonist, a true master and professional cartoonist whose work quality speaks for itself and as you can see for yourself BOZO is pure gold coming from a golden era of cartooning!

    BOZO is pure gold coming from a golden era of cartooning! More about FoXo and BOZO in the About page.

    So no wonder that these wonderful wordless wonders still bring great joy and sheer cheer to many even today.

    But despite being a great classic of great creative calibre, neither BOZO nor FoXo are much known or remembered these days.

    Spread the word, friends, so that BOZO can spread more joy and cheer to many many more!

    And yes of course another big thumbs up, big applause, and three cheers once again for the marvellous master FoXo’s magnificent masterpiece, the most pleasant picturesque pantomime, the ever entertaining ever energetic ever enjoyable ever excellent evergreen entertainer, the brilliantly beautiful and beautifully brilliant BOZO!

    And yes of course many thanks to Micheal Reardon for bringing BOZO back for us all!

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    danketaz Premium Member 5 months ago

    1 Umbrella Guy closed due to inclement weather. (Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 — Bob Dylan)

    2 Lucky for Bozo, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. (Falling For The First Time — Barenaked Ladies)

    3 If somebody took Bozo’s jacket, then maybe he’ll find his stuff at Uncle Benny’s. (Michael, Row The Boat Ashore — The Highwaymen)

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    General Trelane (Ret.) Premium Member 5 months ago

    “Rainy weather” – Fuzzy front and center !

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    Just-me  5 months ago

    1. Three’s a crowd

    2. Apple didn’t fall far from the tree

    3. Filched fishing tackle

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    Sluggo's Eloquence Coach  5 months ago

    1) The Closer I Get to You – Roberta Flack 2) Shake Your Groove Thing – Peaches & Herb 3) Rock the Boat – Hues Corporation

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    guenette.charlie  5 months ago

    1) How much does Fuzzy charge to actually use his umbrella in the rain?

    2) Well, Bozo now knows his Isaac Newton must’ve felt.

    3) Now who do you suppose made off with Bozo’s clothes and fishing gear?

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    goboboyd  5 months ago

    1. Putting a damper on it. All’s well that ends wet? He probably doesn’t like people reading his newspaper over his shoulder either.

    2. Tempt fate and it will have the last word. As usual.

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    Searcy9320  5 months ago

    RAINY WEATHER- Bozo must have forgotten that Fuzzy opens his umbrella on sunny nice days and shuts it on rainy days (Fuzzy Laws.) WAISTED EFFORT- Newtons’ Law on gravity and apples. LOST AND FOUND- The Friendly Neighborhood Thief Law, you leave it laying around, I going to take it.

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    CorkLock  5 months ago

    1. Truth is – three’s a crowd. 2. Patience rewarded. 3. T*t for tat.

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    Fuzzy isn’t inclined to share his umbrella!

    In the end, Bozo took his lump!

    Uh oh! Now what?

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    WilliamMedlock  5 months ago

    Sometimes Reardon draws stocking seams, and sometimes he doesn’t.

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    mreardon53 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Thanks to all who have bought my book “Whistling Down the Halls, The Times and Cartoons of America’s Original Pantomime Comic Strip Artist.” Just want to remind all that the book would make a very good Christmas gift. It is 260 pages and contains about 800 cartoons by Foxo Reardon from the 1920s thru 1945, including some 500 syndicated Bozo strips. It also contains a 16 page biography of Foxo Reardon. It is available from many Internet sites, including , , , , and from its publisher And many, many thanks!! {Michael Reardon, Producer of Bozo on GoComics.}

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    Shikamoo Premium Member 5 months ago

    1. Umbrella gone.

    2. Sleep gone.

    3. Fishing gone.

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    mreardon53 Premium Member 5 months ago

    A great many thanks for all Bozo followers who bought a copy of my book “Whistling Down the Halls, The Times and Cartoons of America’s Original Pantomime Comic Strip Artist.” The book is 260 pages and covers works of Foxo Reardon from the early 1920s thru 1955. Just a note here to say that the book, which contains some 800 cartoons, including some 500 syndicated Bozo strips, would make a great Christmas gift. The book is available over the Internet from many sites, including amazon, walmart, booksamillion, Barnes and Noble, Bearmanor Media and others. Just enter the name of the book “Whistling Down the Halls” and the name of Foxo Reardon

    Below is a brief excerpt from the book:

    “The source of this book of cartoons is works of my father, both original and copies of newspaper clippings that were saved by him and that have been in my possession for many decades. Most of the clippings have in the ensuring years become discolored. Much of that has been removed by computer enhancement. The great majority of clippings were too ragged to include as whole works. Those, nevertheless, will be kept on compact discs for safe keeping. All of the works in this collection have been previously published in the Richmond (Va) Times Dispatch or through syndication with the exception of "Puddin’ X, a strip created by my father in the early 1940s….

    “Foxo Reardon’s life was devoted to making people laugh, to making people smile, to making life just a little easier for them as they went through the grind of their daily lives. He wanted to share to what degree he could that zest for life that was his, a zest that was outwardly manifested as he whistled down the halls of the newspaper building. And there is little doubt that wherever he is today, he is still whistling down the halls.”

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