''[[http://gonetoground.ca/ Gone to Ground]]'' is a Canadian-based webcomic in the ''Warhammer 40000'' universe, created by Stefan Grambart and Josh Garratt.

It follows a group of Imperial Guardsmen, the Cadian 401st Irregulars, who end up doing a lot of "fill the gaps" deployments because of a clerical error in their unit totals. This is clearly going to be a comic work and may fill the gap that was be created when ''TurnSignalsOnALandRaider'' finished last year.

There are some good jokes so far and has clear promise.
Currently off line due to a virus but hopefully it will start to work again. In the new year the site restarted and is now working fine.

'''This webcomic contains examples of'''
* ElitesAreMoreGlamorous: Subverted by the protagonist regiment, the Cadian 401st Irregulars, who are stated in the 'About' page to be deployed to "fill-the-gaps" and rarely see through an entire war, instead re-deploying on crucial battlefields else where. This is not due to them being elite troops, but due to a clerical error which says they have 3,333.33 enlisted men, which gets them overlooked for primary deployment.
* {{Expy}}: [[{{Tintin}} Captain Haddock]] is in the Imperial Navy now? He's even named such.
* FourFingeredHands: Keeping in tune with the overall cartoony art style.
* LighterAndSofter: It's a web ''comic'' of Warhammer 40K. Of course, since 40K itself is a DarkerAndEdgier GrimDark [[CrapsackWorld Crapsack Universe]], its still a little bit on the dark side.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: [[http://gonetoground.ca/2009/a-word-from-our-sponsor/ As Orks]].
* NominalImportance: Subverted [[http://gonetoground.ca/2009/and-something-worse-comes-out-the-other/ here.]] The RedShirt in question is [[KilledMidSentence prevented from introducing himself]] by the arrival of the orkish [[TeleFrag 'weapon']] that then kills him.
* ThemeNaming: The Guardsmen are named after things you'd find in your kitchen (including food).
* ScheduleSlip: Who boy, yes. At least the author is a good sport about it: The website has a banner cheerfully announcing "Updated Bi-monthly!" He's changed his art style recently, though, which should make it easier for him to produce new comics.
** Now the banner says "As often as possible!"
* SedgwickSpeech: [[http://gonetoground.ca/2009/a-lucky-shot/ Semi-subverted here]]
* ShoutOut: To Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
* WeHaveReserves: An SubvertedTrope for Captain Haddock [[http://gonetoground.ca/2010/a-plan-comes-together/ here]], since the average 40K fan would find non-examples of this trope an exception that proves the rule of it.