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- n. Plural form of undergrounder.
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This weekend is the annual Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, an annual convention of mini-comics makers, self-publishers, zinesters, new undergrounders and other not-quite-mainstream comics folks that constitutes one of several of the reasons that Columbus, Ohio is such a great comics town.
Three fourths of the claims had been settled; satisfactorily to all concerned by the larger and more responsible companies; on a basis of offered compromise by those institutions tottering on the brink of insolvency; dubiously, or with craven and flagrant unfairness by the stricken "wildcats," the irresponsible undergrounders of America and Europe.
But of the two Josiah felt that the aëronauts had the advantage of the undergrounders.
With as good as the Paper Chase sound on their five studio albums, and as entertaining as their live show was Sunday night, it's hard to figure out why the band has not yet reached the stardom that former indie undergrounders (e.g. Modest Mouse or Death Cab for Cutie) have.
Kuypers also recruited other east-coast undergrounders like Mr. Complex and Pace Won, Chicagoans like Akbar, Longshot, and Diverse, and Londoners like Verb.
Itâ€ ™ s becoming serious because these undergrounders realize that weak hands are related to a weak man.
The rest–half-bloodery, shape-shifting, undergrounders and abovegrounders, animal language–was intriguing, but ultimately didn’t go anywhere.