With Low #2 sailing into a second printing, Image Comics was kind enough to send us sample pages from issue #3, so you know what to expect.

LOW #3 picks up with Stel Caine’s effort to save mankind. She’s going to do the unthinkable, something that hasn’t been done in millenia: walk on the Earth’s surface. But before she can rise from the depths of the ocean, she must first help her son rise from the suffocating emotional darkness in which he wallows.

“We’re thrilled by the incredible reaction, it’s more than we could have hoped for,” said Remender in response to the news of issue #2’s sell-out and 2nd printing. “Low has been years in the making so seeing all the hard work paying off, it’s wonderful. Many thanks to the faithful readers and retailers for the huge support.”

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Low #3 arrives September 24, 2014.

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  1. Steve Keene-Elliott on

    I’m still undecided about Low. The first issue was OK, and the 2nd issue was as well – I wasn’t overly keen on the sex in the first pages, feeling that it wasn’t required (we could have cut to the end of that sequence and got the information about what Marik was doing!).

    The artwork is gorgeous, but at times it makes the story harder to ‘see’ – the preview pages for #3 are interesting, in that it shows that this medium works really well for underwater scenes – the colour palette is perfect in this painted medium!

    I look forward to #3, but unless I feel a “wow” factor (although the story synopsis makes it sound that it will be really taking off now…), then this might be a title I give up on … it’s a shame, as I like other work by Remender!

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