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Comic profile: The Francis Cartoons
The Francis Cartoons
The Francis Cartoons: An ostrich and his pig
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Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 8th Aug 2017
Number of comics: 54
Number of subscribers: 28
Visitors: 12785 visitors (29229 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.81 (221 votes)

Comic description

A cartoon about Francis a neurotic ostrich and his best pal Florence...a pragmatic pig.

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Most recent comments left on The Francis Cartoons

Paddy O-Table
1st Sep 2017
Paddy O-Table
You'd have a hard time beating Beetle Baily and Dagwood on the newspaper comics page..they're sooooo original...pardon me as I puke...
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Francis
19th Aug 2017
Francis
I know what you mean, PaddyO, I'd give my left and right kidneys to make more Francis cartoons. It'd mean my swift death, but at least I'd die happy. I'm not going to stop though...it's just frustrating I can't make them on a regular schedule.
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Francis
19th Aug 2017
Francis
In the case of your comic, Wargyrl, I definitely DO spend more time looking at the drawings.

As far as Drawing/Picture attention balance, what is your opinion of Tintin?
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Paddy O-Table
15th Aug 2017
Paddy O-Table
I'd give my left AND right kidney for more Francis cartoons. Though it would mean my swift death ....at least I'd die laughing....
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Wargyrl
15th Aug 2017
Wargyrl
Francis, it depends on the strip. If the strip is poorly drawn, the reader spends more time on the words. If the strip is well-drawn, the reader spends more time on the picture. For example, you might look at a science-fiction series like Mindfold and let us know where you put the bulk of your attention -- on the pictures, or the words.
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