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 1 month 3 weeks ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Like a relentless virus that keeps generating new strains to survive, the game of Monopoly keeps putting out new versions of itself to target every...
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Posted 1 month 3 weeks ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Most YA novels share a few things in common — they take place in a dystopian society; that society has one very peculiar rule; and there's almost...
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Posted 1 month 3 weeks ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
It’s difficult to create a successful TV show (how can you tell if a TV show is successful? Does it justify its own amusement park ride?),...
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Posted 2 months 2 days ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Some statues celebrate beloved national heroes. Some statues commemorate proud historic moments. Some are just there to be rubbed up on. And...
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Posted 2 months 1 week ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Superman has Lex Luthor. Batman has The Joker. Even Cap’n Crunch had the Soggies. Everywhere you look on TV, there are villains. But when it...
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Posted 2 months 1 week ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Compilation albums were created for people who like a particular type of music but don’t particularly care for more than one song by any one artist....
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Posted 2 months 1 week ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
If a character is on TV long enough, they start to feel like a friend. You know what they like. You know where they would go to college. And...

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