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Low, Volume 3: Shore of the Dying Light
     

Low, Volume 3: Shore of the Dying Light

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by Rick Remender
 

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Stel Caine rises from the depths to the surface of the earth, the first human in millennia to walk on the sun-blasted wasteland. But her daughters aren’t far behind, and not everyone shares Stel’s hopeful outlook for the future. Will this family reunion reveal the key to mankind’s salvation…or snuff out the light forever?

Rick Remender

Overview

Stel Caine rises from the depths to the surface of the earth, the first human in millennia to walk on the sun-blasted wasteland. But her daughters aren’t far behind, and not everyone shares Stel’s hopeful outlook for the future. Will this family reunion reveal the key to mankind’s salvation…or snuff out the light forever?

Rick Remender (Black Science, Tokyo Ghost) and Greg Tocchini (Last Days of American Crime) proudly present the third chapter in the ongoing aquatic sci-fi epic.

“Tocchini’s dreamy renderings, and Remender’s confessional tone equips readers to explore the depths of epic grief in this heroine’s tale.” –Cassandra Clark, Multiversity Comics

“Remender and Tocchini have crafted a rich world, loaded with its own deep history, societal norms and resentments.” –Robert Tutton, Paste Magazine

“Low is so rich with beauty, yet depressing as hell. I love every page of it.” –Nick Couture, Comicosity

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781632157089
Publisher:
Image Comics
Publication date:
10/11/2016
Pages:
136
Sales rank:
463
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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Low, Volume 3: Shore of the Dying Light 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
PaulAllard 7 months ago
More adventures with the Caine family members The Caine sisters continue their journey and meet double-crossing along the way while Stel reaches the surface and discovers various races at war with each other. The plot thickens yet again as new characters enter the storyline and the volume ends on another cliffhanger with evidently more to come. The artwork is sometimes hard to follow due to excessive use of colour. Quite a good series: I just wish it was clearer.
SleepDreamWrite 8 months ago
Another good volume. Love the cover.