Friday, March 31, 2017
Lost In A Comic Corn Maze
Continuing our recent walking through the maze of the corn, here is another side trek.
Jim Keefe currently is the artist on the comic strip Sally Forth that reflects a history about a family that frequently finds themselves lost in a corn maze - a topic of some interest in our Twilight Language analyses. Mr. Keefe writes that I may reproduce portions of his work for "educational purposes...covered under fair use."
D. B. Echo clarifies, "Keefe is the current artist (since 2013), but Francesco Marciuliano is the writer and has been since 1999. The strip was created by Greg Howard, and Craig Macintosh was the artist until 2013. (The strips that are signed "MAC" were drawn by him.)"
Searching for synchromystic insights, I post here some of these panels for your observations.
Cornfields. Temporal anomalies. Corn Mazes. Greek Gods. Corn stalks. Harvest Gods.
All rather intriguing, whether in cinema or cartoons.
(The panels are progressed through the year by calendar month days, no matter what year they are published.)
Meanwhile, we must note that Dan Piraro in his Bizarro cartoons is also aware of the richness of the corn.