A rat darts across the opening pages, into a hole, and down a long tunnel, stopping under a hammock. A mole man stretches and wakes up, leading the rat and the reader deeper into the tunnel. What follows is a series of dreamlike sequences, each stranger than the last. Brian Ralph, author of Daybreak, was a founding member of the influential Fort Thunder art collective, which was renowned for the way its members' work intermingled lowbrow and highbrow art forms. In this wordless classic, special emphasis is placed on the power of gesture. Cave-In is an all-ages adventure story, jam-packed with monsters, bats, and all manner of unimaginable underground mystery.