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

Francesco Marciuliano's Posts

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Posted 2 months 3 weeks ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Despite the old joke, no one ever thought the moon was made of cheese. That’s because the moon looked more like a party cracker waiting for a slice...
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Posted 2 months 4 weeks ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Each year more and more TV shows are based on films, and more and more films are based on TV shows. At this rate, both sides will feed off each...
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Posted 3 months 3 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
It’s hard to build a following on Twitter. You have to tweet just enough to get yourself out there but not so much that you annoy everyone. (Thus the...
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Posted 3 months 5 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
We all know someone who avoids confrontation, honesty, or even answering a simple question like "How are you?" with a sigh and one of the following...
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Posted 3 months 6 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
People form attachments to their loved ones, their pets, their cars, and, yes, even their food, as is made evident by these fast food items....
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Posted 3 months 1 week ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
The '80s were a great time of fun movies, fun music, and fun rap commercials. But what if some of the most iconic horror films of that decade...
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Posted 3 months 1 week ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Sure, Candy Land looks like what happens when you take too much LSD, and a lot of Monopoly is watching an eight-year-old do hard time in the...

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