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20 Very Awkward Thank You Cards

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 18, 2012

We all know how to say thank you for things or to people that bring us joy. But how do we show gratitude for those other moments in life?



For all the ways to show your gratitude (or lack thereof) please go to Smosh. Thank you!

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If Action Films Were Musicals

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 18, 2012

Hollywood logic dictates that action movies and musicals attract two very different crowds. But if the two genres were combined would that bridge the audience gap or create an unholy yet tuneful mess?

For all the melodious mayhem please go to Smosh. Thank you!

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In Memory of the Twinkie

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 13, 2012

As many of you now know Hostess Brands–the maker of Sno Balls, Ding Dongs and other snack foods whose very names proved people weren’t always so damn uptight–has filed for bankruptcy. While that news alone may cause a pang of despair in our collective inner child, the filing also means that the cherished, oft fried, once accused, occasionally used to define the normal amount on psychokinetic energy in the New York area but always beloved Twinkie may in fact soon be no more.

Yes Twinkie, the great American snack cake that could supposedly survive not only nuclear armageddon but also the ensuing ape-ruled society, may have been done in by burdensome debt, legacy pensions and perhaps accidental asphyxiation from its own lasso.

Naturally, the resulting national outcry upon hearing the news has been so overwhelming that one has to keep reminding oneself that no one has died…only then to wonder what really is the point of living anymore. (Side Note: Back in 1985 my friend Jeff and I gave a Twinkie a viking funeral on the passing of its inventor, which pretty much says all you need to know about my high school experience.)

So in memory of the brand’s Twinkie the Kid (and his brother/pet/Dr. Moreau creation Chocodile), Medium Large presents the following strips in its honor. Godspeed, little sponge cake. May you forever fill the lunch bags of elementary schoolchildren in 1970’s heaven.

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Medium Large Comic: Thursday, January 12, 2012

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 12, 2012


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Other Toys That Should Be Made into Movie Franchises

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 12, 2012

With the astounding success of the “Transformers” movies, the so-so success of the “G.I. Joe” movie and the ”Seriously, you think this is going to be a success?” of the upcoming “Battleship” movie, toys are the go-to plot device for screenwriters too busy figuring out what adventures Alvin and the Chipmunks could have in a Turkish prison to come up with any original ideas. Therefore it’s only a matter of time before the following classic playthings get their big shot on the big screen.

To see all the toys about to score a three-picture deal please go to Smosh. Thank you!

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6 Things I Learned From Watching “Ancient Aliens”

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 11, 2012

Where did mankind come from and how did we get so far? For an answer to that age-old question some have looked to evolution and science, others have looked to the Bible and some are looking to “Ancient Aliens,” a TV series on the History Channel that’s like a “documentary” without the need for documentary research, a documentary crew or anything but the quotation marks around the word “documentary.”

For all the wisdom that you may ever need (and that can be summed up by the phrase “aliens did it”), please go to Smosh. Thank you!

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What To Do With Your Action Figures After You Grow Up

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 11, 2012

Just because you grew up doesn’t mean you have to throw out your childhood action figures. In fact, with a little ingenuity and even less care about what others might think, those very figures can help you make the most of your new adult life.

For all the fun yet thoroughly mature things you can accomplish with action figures, please go to Smosh. Thanks!

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Medium Large Comic: Wednesday, January 11, 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 11, 2012


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The Continuing Adventures of Single Ted Forth (Now Featuring Sally’s Maiden Name)

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 11, 2012

As you may know, this week marks the “Alternate Universe” timeline of Sally Forth, in which Sally and Ted never met, never married and never prevented Ted from having the kind of personal, professional and financial problems we all assumed he would have if left alone to his own devices for more than 15 minutes…

Of course, even the above looks good compared to the admittedly more accurate depiction of Ted’s world in the following strip created by Something Awful Forum member ChuckDHead…

Stay tuned for the continuing adventures of single Ted and single Sally. And yes, that is the very first appearance of Sally’s maiden name. Took me a little while to create one that felt right but hopefully I did a good job because “Jansen” is canon now and nothing can be done to fix it.

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The Adventures of Single Ted Forth

Posted in Uncategorized by cesco7 on January 8, 2012

Some of you who still read newspapers comics because you haven’t received the memo that people don’t do that anymore may be familiar with the new story line in Sally Forth, in which we learn what would have happened if Sally and Ted had never met, married or had Hilary…

This upcoming look at an alternative Forth universe over the next several months and years (by which I mean next few weeks) has been already greatly improved upon by the creative folks over at Something Awful Forums, all of whom believe an unmarried Ted would have been pronounced clinically insane long ago, as evidenced by this great strip from SAF member ChuckDHead:

Care to share your thoughts/reworked comics about what an alternate version of Sally and Ted Forth would be like? Please send them my way! And please make sure to read the new Sally Forth story arc if only so you can eventually say, “Meh. Needed more robot monkeys.”

UPDATE: More Alterna-Sally Forth comic strips have arrived! The first is from Blueberryudhs…

The next one is from Flababo:

Thank you for the great work!

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