As agile coach I've seen and heard about many funny cartoons, and seen or heard of fantastic individual or team insights conveyed by using them!
One of my favourites that I heard about had a character showing up in 2-3 of the frames and asking "What's going on?".
When the Scrum team was asked who this character was, it turned out it was the technical team leader who was also committed to 3 other projects and not really available to the team, and thus was actually detrimental to progress as the team had to keep bringing this "leader" up to speed and could not become truly empowered and self-organising.
Not really Scrum then! And this is a great awakening to help teams go through - many think they are agile or Scrum, but when they understand those 2 terms, and when they understand deeply the evidence in support of or opposition to, this can be quite shocking for some team members, whilst being the "I told you so!" moment for some other team members. You have to be ready to coach for this situation and help each individual and hence the whole team successfully negotiate this awakening phase.
I suggest helping everyone with calm and focus in the current moment, and hope for the future to envision a future they all want to become the new current reality!