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Low Comics 2013 to 2015 Vol 1, 2 and 3 (cbr)

Author: INDEXER on 17-02-2017, 14:48
 Low Comics 2013 to 2015 Vol 1, 2 and 3 (cbr)Low Comics 2013 to 2015 Vol 1, 2 and 3 (cbr)Low Comics 2013 to 2015 Vol 1, 2 and 3 (cbr)
Low is a book readers should go into as blind as possible. Doing so makes the twists and turns of its first issue all the more surprising and enjoyable. At play in Low’s first issue is complex and intriguing worldbuilding and precise, emotional character work. Remender has found a way to play up both of these without having one take a backseat. You’re on this journey with real people, not hollow storytelling vessels, from the moment they’re introduced.

Enough cannot be said about Greg Tocchini’s work in this book. He’s a one-man wrecking force, simultaneously taking on pencils, inks, and colors. His design work is impeccable and breathtaking, increasing the effectiveness of Remender’s worldbuilding tenfold. The colors pop and the characters have a life to them one does not see in every comic. The marriage of story and art here is beautiful and more comics should take note.

Low is going places. Its first issue takes a multitude of exposition and character building and organically fits it into a tight, efficient single issue. It’s too soon to tell, but Low could end up being Remender’s best Image work yet. And considering the roll he’s been on lately, that’s no small statement.

Tags: Low, Comics, worldbuilding, intriguing, complex, Greg Tocchini’s, effectiveness

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