Low, Vol. 3: Shore of the Dying Light

Low, Vol. 3: Shore of the Dying Light Review

Stel Caine rises from the depths to the surface of the Earth, the first human in millennia to walk on the sun-blasted wasteland. Her daughters aren't far behind, and not everyone shares Stel's hopeful outlook for the future. Will this family reunion ...

Title:Low, Vol. 3: Shore of the Dying Light
Edition Language:English

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    Low, Vol. 3: Shore of the Dying Light Reviews

  • Donovan

    Well I finally read a volume of Low I enjoyed (3.5 stars worth) and read excitedly. I'm thinking, with my Preacher experience, that I'll like this series when I can reread several volumes at once and ...

  • James DeSantis

    Damn this one is tough as fuck to read. Talk about losing all hope. To be honest Low is a tough read. Sometimes the water colors and art make it confusing. Sometimes the story sucks out so much hope y...

  • Wing Kee

    Yeah I was expecting this gut punch but damn…World: The art is beautiful and creative, the art is sometimes a bit scratchy but overall this book is gorgeous and the world building done through the a...

  • Michael Finocchiaro

    As much I enjoyed the watercolor art and the story (albeit sometimes quite hard to follow) of the first two Low volumes, this one lost me on the storytelling front almost completely. It is still beaut...

  • Brandon St Mark

    I dunno, it may be because I read volume 2 six months ago and have forgotten a lot about it by now (I mean, I've read over 300 things this year, and most of them have been comics), but regardless of t...

  • Chad

    This is one crazy, f'd up, depressing story with bad art and yet I still dig it. I love the character designs even if it's not always clear in every panel exactly what is happening. Remender writes th...

  • Brendan

    Remender has created a storyline that keeps no one safe and I have this volume as the best of the series yet. The unpredictability keeps you on the edge of your toes while the characters continue to g...

  • Tobin Elliott

    Once again, I love the art in this book, despite how hard it is to actually follow what's happening, and how dumb it can be at times.Really? You wanna put high heels on an environmental suit? This is ...

  • Danielle N

    *This title contains explicit/graphic content that may not be suitable for all readers.I am generally very good at avoiding spoilers and will keep this brief since it is the conclusion of my time with...

  • Roy

    I thought this one was the strongest one yet. The story developed very well as we reach yhe surface. We discover crazy things have been happening but just as things seem happy it turns depressing and ...