So I blanched and froze enough corn to take us through the winter. Start with a huge stock pot of boiling water. Husk all the corn and break into pieces. I found this to be easier that boiling who corn cobs, and they're easier to stack in the freezer bags.
Boil corn for about 10 minutes.
Drain corn in colander and put into ice bath. My ice bath was the other side of the sink with half cold water and half ice.
When the corn cools, put in freezer bags and store until needed.
Enjoy for as long as the corn lasts. Considering I eat 3-4 ears of corn at a time, I don't think this frozen corn will last long :)