Remender’s and Tocchini’s new series plumbs the depths of hope
Millennia ago, humankind retreated to the bottom of the ocean to escape the scorching radiation of the sun. Everyone knew it was a temporary fix — and now time is running out again. In LOW, the new Image Comics series by Rick Remender (BLACK SCIENCE, DEADLY CLASS) and Greg Tocchini (Last Days of American Crime), one woman believes she can save the human race, and she’s turned her gaze to the stars.Continue reading Preview: ‘LOW’ Volume 1→
RICK REMENDER ART BY GREG TOCCHINI COVER BY GREG TOCCHINI PUBLISHER IMAGE COMICS COVER PRICE $3.50 RELEASE DATE DECEMBER 3, 2014
Stel infiltrates the Third City, ruled by the charismatically insane Pirate King Roln, only to find that Roln holds two things very dear to her: her late husband’s Helm suit…as well as the means to pilot it.
Don’t miss the chilling conclusion of the first arc of RICK REMENDER & GREG TOCCHINI’s LOW.
Rick Remender ART BY Greg Tocchini COVER BY
Greg Tocchini PUBLISHER Image Comics COVER PRICE $3.50 RELEASE DATE OCTOBER 29, 2014
On their journey to the Earth’s surface, Stel Kane and her son must travel through the Third City, a lost utopia, long abandoned and ruled by a tribe of villainous pirates. The very same pirates who killed Stel’s husband and stole her daughters many years ago.
Last month’s Low #1 from Remender and Tocchini was spectacular. It introduced us to a wonderful new world filled with some complex, interesting characters. So with such a great introduction last issue, how does Low #2 hold up? Well to put it simply, its awesome! Continue reading Review: Low #2→
Low is about a man named Johl and his wife, Stel, who live in Salus, a great city underwater. They live underwater because the sun is rapidly expanding which has caused the entire surface of the Earth to become irradiated. Johl is a pragmatist trying to make the best out of life underwater with his awesome battle armor while Stel is an idealist who still belives that a new habitable world can be found for humanity. To tell you more will spoil what is a great story. I honestly really enjoyed this book. Continue reading Review: Low #1→