At the end of this month, bestselling writer Rick Remender (Black Science, Deadly Class) and artist Greg Tocchini (The Last Days of American Crime) will put out the beginning of their third arc in the dystopian aquatic story, Low.
Stel Caine has maintained her steadfast hope and optimism in the face of daunting tasks and heartbreaking outcomes as she continues her journey to the surface in the hope of finding a habitable planet. Meanwhile, her two daughters stolen from her at a young age have now reunited after their own personal struggles and look to return to their homeland in Low #11.
“LOW 11 is the beginning of the third story arc and a very new direction for the series. Stel and her crew have made it to the surface and finally get to see what’s up there. She’s in a very different headspace now, with a new engine pushing her forward, but we’ve got some pretty devious plans on testing her. At the same time, her daughters Tajo and Della have reunited and are beginning a journey to find their mother. They’re both in very different places mentally, and want different things from the reunion,” said Remender. “Greg, Dave McCaig, and Rus Wooton are producing the work of their careers; every page is doused in love. If you haven’t been reading the book this is a good time to jump on as we set the stage for an entirely new adventure following the first humans to set foot on the surface of Earth in over 10,000 years.”
This has been one of the better fantasy books out there on shelves and I am definitely excited to once again dive into this aquatic dystopian and explore the surface world Greg Tocchini has created not to mention to continue to ride along on an amazing journey with Stel as she discovers, loses herself and rediscovers herself all over again.
LOW #11: SHORE OF THE DYING LIGHT PART 1 Cover A by Greg Tocchini (Diamond code: NOV150511) hits stores Wednesday, January 27th. LOW #11: SHORE OF THE DYING LIGHT PART 1 Cover B by Greg Tocchini (Diamond code: NOV150512) will also be available Wednesday, January 27th. Final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, January 4.