Spotlight: Epic Fail – Webcomic

02 Mar

Hehehe this is pretty cool, gave me a few laughs (and that’s notoriously difficult, 😉 )so I thought I would post the video here that Amy Letts, author of the webcomic, made to drum up support for her work. 🙂

The webcomic itself is pretty cool, more along the lines of a normal comic than the three- or four-frame comics I’ve seen, but with enough humor and cool little events to keep you coming back, along with great characters that definitley poke fun at what us fantasy-readers consider the staples of the genre. 🙂

Here’s the video:

Also, here’s the link to the website – its pretty comprehensive, too; how Amy started the webcomic, archives, fanart, links to sites she likes, etc. 🙂

It’s well worth a look and I’ll definitely be putting in a link to it on my blogroll! 🙂

Be Fantastic!


Posted by on March 2, 2009 in Spotlight


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2 responses to “Spotlight: Epic Fail – Webcomic

  1. amuletts

    March 7, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    Thankyou very much for posting this 🙂


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