The Middle Age by Steve Conley for December 31, 2018


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    SkyFisher  over 1 year ago

    Well, we do know that Quimp can survive a fall from great heights…greatly low heights, but we’ll see.

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    Oge  over 1 year ago

    Hmmm, Quimp is using Maeldicta and he’s not unconscious. A first. Will the sword end up buried in the dragon’s head and we’ll start the story all over?

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    Steve Conley creator over 1 year ago

    I hope you have a wonderful start to your 2019 and I can’t thank you enough for reading and sharing these adventures! I’m really really excited for the next leg of our hero’s journey!

    There are so many questions for the new year!

    Is Phosphene okay? How badly is the Empress injured? Where is Kevin the Illegible? What is King Aethur up to? What’s the deal with Tabula Rasa and her sandwiches? Where are Jarn and Nittles? Is Waddlebottom’s wing on the mend? How drunk is Melwyn the Magnificent? What about Bob? Is the kitchen at the Hammered Dulcimerer still out of Basilisk Stew? How big of an impact crater will Sir Quimp make when he hits the ground? And… Can Steve turn this silly webcomic into a full-time job?

    If you’re enjoying The Middle Age and want to make sure the story continues, please consider supporting the series (and its overworked artist) at

    The Middle Age is a one-person production and each episode/page takes around 16 hours to produce – plus another hour-or-two to prep and upload to various sites like this one, as well as Tapas, Webtoon, and the Social Media sites as well.

    As of today, we’re just TWO supporters short of having two episodes every week!

    Happy New Year! In the words of Ambrosia, may you “grow tall, deep and moist!”

    — Steve @theSteveConley

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member over 1 year ago

    The artwork is amazing

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    LINK_O_NEAL  over 1 year ago

    Step three. Try not to fall on the sword again.

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