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It’s been a while since we’ve had any reason to update, but here’s something cool:

Gracias a esta traducción por Miriam Abuin, ahora se puede leer Underground en español!
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Steve did some Underground art as part of The Hero Initiative’s WAKE UP AND DRAW fundraiser. You can see the art here.

They’ll be putting all the pieces they’ve gathered up for auction starting September 18th.

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“Jeff Parker and Steve Lieber’s adaptation-friendly comic proves that you don’t need creepy monsters to make a scary-as-hell story about cave explorers.”
Read more at IFCtv.

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Coloring Underground was just a sideline for Ron Chan. He’s a top notch illustrator. He just posted a terrific pin up featuring Wes and Seth in trouble over at our studio’s sketchblog.

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Hey folks. We’re moving to a new host. The downloads might not be available for the next few days. If you really, really need to read Underground right now, go gank a copy from a pirate site, then come back here and donate.

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We were very proud to see that the good people at Time Magazine’s geek culture blog Techland hasrecommended UNDERGROUND as one of five great free comics for your ipad.

Read the comic in either of two ways:
Full color.
Black and white line art.

Both are complete and DRM free. Pay via paypal on the honor system.
The suggested donation is $5.00, or what you can afford.

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Via Techdirt:

“As part of (DHS) Agent Reynold’s argument as to why Torrent-Finder is liable he points to a series of posts by the Torrent-Finder Admin in
the site’s forums. Specifically, he names the following:

I was able to view several posts by the user “Torrent Finder,”including “Top 10 Most Pirated Movies on BitTorrent,” “Piracy in the Music Industry,” “Piracy Can Boost Book Sales Tremendously,” “The First Episode of ‘The Walking Dead’ Leaks to BitTorrent,” and “Piracy domain siezure bill gains support.”

“In other words, the “support” that Agent Reynolds provides for why Torrent-Finder’s domain should be seized is that he claims that
Torrent-Finder’s admin linked directly to infringing material. But that’s not true. Instead, the admin was simply pointing to a bunch of
different news stories. Even worse, some of those news stories highlight why the claims of the MPAA, which Agent Reynolds relies
upon, are simply made up — such as TorrentFreak’s story about comic artist Steve Lieber (which was actually based on a Techdirt story
about how Steve Lieber embraced the so-called “pirates” and ended up making a lot more money — we later interviewed Steve about his
experiences)…. How is that evidence of probable cause? “

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Emi Lenox, the awesome artist behind Emitown, has drawn a nifty Underground pin-up! How cool is that?

The Emitown collection is coming from Image in a few weeks. We’ll definitely be picking up a copy.

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Thanks for coming to our site! Here’s where you can download the whole comic. It’s a thriller about Park Rangers and a conflict over a Kentucky cave, with some intensely claustrophobic scenes.

It’s broken into five chapters. Grab them all! If you enjoy the story, use our paypal donate button. The suggested amount is $5.00, but anything is appreciated.

You can read a bunch of my other donate-what-you-can comics at

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