Francesco Marciuliano

Francesco Marciuliano passed away on August 7, 1842. He is survived by the syndicated comic strip "Sally Forth," the webcomic "Medium Large" and The Francesco Marciuliano Philanthropic Institute for Big Doings. He also cured smallpox. Accidentally.

My Webcomic/Blog: http://mediumlarge.wordpress.com/

My Syndicated Comic/Job: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/comics/sforth.html

My Twitter/Ramblings: https://twitter.com/#!/fmarciuliano

Francesco Marciuliano

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Posted 2 days 19 hours ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
When it comes to role models, people usually (and stupidly) look to superheroes. But I suppose that, if you squint, you could see why — they’re brave...
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Posted 6 days 8 hours ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
13 years after the original Finding Nemo, Pixar just released its sequel, Finding Dory. This is after the sequel Cars 2, the prequel Monster’s...
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Posted 1 week 2 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
YA movies usually portray the future as depressing dystopias ruled by oppressive regimes. But that’s only half the story! Truth is, a dystopia can...
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Posted 1 week 3 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
With excitement building for both the Oculus Rift and Playstation VR, it’s easy to forget this isn’t the first time we've heard that virtual reality...
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Posted 2 weeks 1 day ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Sure, Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters blows up bimonthly. And yes, most of its "professors" spend their time fighting robot behemoths....
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Posted 2 weeks 2 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Finding Dory brings back all your favorite characters from Finding Nemo, including the humor-impaired clownfish, the amnesiac blue tang, and the...
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Posted 2 weeks 3 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Good science fiction movies are often inspired by a whole host of other films. Star Wars was influenced by a samurai movie The Hidden Fortress,...

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