Short and sweet, but Book Page, a giveaway available at libraries, reviews The World Below. A friend read it at the library and alerted me.
Another Dark Horse offering, The World Below by Paul Chadwick—the writer/artist behind Concrete—explores a mysterious sinkhole in rural Washington that leads to a secret underground realm. In a series of short adventures, six treasure-hunters risk life and limb to scour the perilous landscape for potentially profitable new forms of technology. Along the way, they're attacked by all kinds of bizarre creatures—from a giant robotic stove to a race of squidlike symbiotes to an alien society that wants to breed humans as pets. Naturally they're also constantly endangered by their own conflicting personalities and inter-group tensions. Chadwick has likened the book to the TV series "Lost," and it's a fitting comparison.
I wouldn't object if you picked up a copy. 13 bucks.