''[[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 ''Webcomic/TurnSignalsOnALandRaider'' finished.

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.