Epic Fail

Blog URL:http://epicfail.xepher.net
Blog Tags:webcomic, comic, fantasy, role-play, gaming, Dungeons and Dragons, Epic Fail, amuletts
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Oxfordshire
Location:Oxford

A Dungeons & Dragons based Fantasy webcomic by Amy Letts. Danger, Deception and... Dancing Dwarves?!



Latest Blog Posts



 Creator G. Pike takes the hotseat to talk about their queer fantasy/adventure comic Title Unrelated. What’s your webcomic: Title Unrelated about? Title Unrelated is about a family of queer characters who travel to a parallel world to search f...

 Happy Valentine’s Day 2017! Once more Epic Fail is participating in the Valentine’s Day Sex Drive where webcomics across the land celebrate body and sex-positivity with erotic and nudey art. Let’s all celebrate the true spirit...

 I’ve joined a group of epic creators helping each other cross-promoting on Patreon. Each month I’ll be helping another creator to reach their funding goal and provide a special reward (likely exclusive art) if they do. Likewise another crea...

Pg 90: You’ve WON!

on Jan 28, 2017

 This Week in Epic Fail: CONGRATULATIONS! You’ve won a fabulous prize! To claim it all you have to do is swear your eternal fealty to Loki. Creator’s Commentary: I hope you noticed this message appeared in the form of an[…]U...

This Week in Epic Fail: Yoru finds holes in Martin’s story Creator’s Commentary: The Spelling Bee joke at the top of this page took me ages to write. It’s probably not that funny. I tried. *Shrug* Expectation Versus Reality refers[&...

Pg 88: Party Kitty

on Nov 28, 2016

This Week in Epic Fail: Willi suggests the loot goes in the Party Kitty. Lan tries to put money in the party kitty, but the cat objects. Creator’s Commentary: What Lan did to that cat was too graphic to draw…[…]↓ Read the rest...

This Week in Epic Fail: Martin explains how Spelling Bees are an alternative to combat. Creator’s Commentary: It could have been Insult Swordfighting. See a small boy doing an impression of Gollum spelling precious (and getting it right unlike...