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 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Babysitting can be a grueling, low-paying job. You have an enormous amount responsibility, you run around constantly, you sometimes have minimal...
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Posted 2 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
Cartoon characters are often seen as lovable. Huggable. Merchandisable. They are meant to make people happy and comfortable, and if they can do that...
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Posted 2 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
How many times have you seen a pet on a cartoon series and wished you could adopt him or her? Then how many times have you actually gone down to your...
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Posted 2 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
 We all know the cautionary tale that was Atari’s “E.T. the Extra Terrestrial” video game. Programmed in less than six weeks to capitalize on...
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Posted 2 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
As anyone who has watched a lot of horror films can tell you, they can be just as edifying as they are terrifying. And sure, we all know such lessons...
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Posted 2 years 9 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
This November marks the 50th anniversary of "Doctor Who," one of the most venerable institutions of British television. But what if "Doctor Who" didn...
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Posted 2 years 10 months ago by Francesco Marciuliano.
The robot sidekick is a crucial part of science fiction storytelling, right up there with addressing contemporary concerns through fantastical means...

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