The “Family Guy” corn maze is Bob Connors’ amazing creation. The “Family Guy” corn maze is at Connors Farm in Massachusetts. The “Family Guy” corn maze was approved by FOX, and the “Family Guy” corn maze features Stewie and Brian having an argument.
In the “Family Guy” corn maze, Brian and Stewie Griffin are depicted having one of their usual fights. Lois, Meg, Peter, and Chris did not make it into the “Family Guy” corn maze, as there was not enough room. The Connors corn maze featured “Connors Farms” written across the bottom, and some pumpkins and other Halloween like elements.
The “Family Guy” corn maze is very detailed and unique. Bob Connors was able to re-create the characters down to the hairs on Stewie’s head.
Other famous cartoons that have been featured in the media recently include “The Simpsons” matriarch Marge Simpson. Marge Simpson will be the first animated character to grace the cover of Playboy magazine – much to the dismay of “Family Guy” fans.
Many “Family Guy” fans think that Lois Griffin was more suited for the role as cover model. The whole idea is kind of creepy to me – after all, what these individuals are saying is that they want to see a cartoon naked.
Marge Simpson did not bare it all in her 3 page spread on Playboy, just like Lois Griffin didn’t even make the cut in to the “Family Guy” corn maze.
With all the cartoons making the news, it seems to me as if cartoons are just as much for adults as they are for children. In the past it was children who went crazy over their favorite animated friends. Now, adults are placing cartoon characters on the front page of adult publications and carving them into corn mazes.
The “Family Guy” corn maze creator hopes that the creator of the “Family Guy” series will visit his creation. After all, a lot of work was put in to making the “Family Guy” corn maze as authentic as possible.
If I lived closer to Massachusetts, I would definitely swing by the “Family Guy” corn maze. Corn mazes are a lot of fun, and a fall family tradition for many.
I wonder what Bob Connors’ cornfield creation will be next year? Will he keep giving tribute to the “Family Guy” series and feature different scenes each year, or will he choose another popular cartoon?
After all is said and done, the “Family Guy” corn maze gives Marge Simpson’s Playboy appearance a run for the money in terms of publicity. More people will get to enjoy the “Family Guy” corn maze than the Marge Simpson Playboy issue.
– Actually, what I should say is that more people will admit that they enjoyed the “Family Guy” corn maze than will admit they even bought the Marge Simpson Playboy issue.