Low #11

Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Greg Tocchini Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 10, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 5
7.8Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

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Sisters Stel and Della Caine return to their family home haunted by ghosts of their past. Do they seek blood or redemption?

  • 9.0
    GWW - Anthony Franklin Feb 13, 2016

    With this in mind, I look forward to seeing more of the environments that they have crafted. While Tajo and Della are still in the ocean, I have a strong feeling that their mother, Stel, is close to the surface and that we'll get so see a whole new perspective very soon. It must come without surprise that "Low" is one of the titles that I look forward to the most this year as it is, quite literally, coming to show its audience a whole new world. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    IGN - Levi Hunt Feb 11, 2016

    It seems like Low may have been lost in the shuffle of Rick Remender and Image's works lately, but it is every bit as worthy of being on your pull list as anything else from that writer, and even the rest of the publisher. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Flip Geeks - Paul Ramos Feb 22, 2016

    Though there are awkward faces in the far angle perspectives and some heavy inking in some panels, Low #11 starts in the right note with a great positive vibe to smoothly transit to the next intriguing chapter. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Chris Smith Feb 10, 2016

    I focused a lot on the story and themes of this issue but should mention that Tocchini's art is really reaching new boundaries here. I've always thought that his splash pages have been the best part of his work, and his character work was sometimes a little shaky, but eleven issues in and his work has really grown. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Bounding Into Comics - John F. Trent Feb 10, 2016

    Low #11 is not the happy reunion you were hoping for between Tajo and Della. Instead, Remender expertly captures their differences and is able to use them to explore their fragile relationship and the overarching themes of hope and the idea that belief can shape reality. The art is what we have come to expect from Tocchini although there are a few mishaps. Yet, there are also some excellent panels. If you have been enjoying Low up to this point, this is another solid addition. It will be much more difficult for new readers to jump on, although they do provide a pretty in-depth recap at the beginning of the issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBuzz - Fred B Mar 4, 2016

    Low #11 is a stepping stone issue that doesnt raise the stakes of the current run, but allows new readers into the series. It is a slow going issue that many have described as a set up issue, which is hard to argue against. But knowing Remender from his work on this series and his numerous other books he will more than make up for it in books to come. Low #12 seems to be promising as it looks to tie together threads Remender has been weaving for the past ten issues, and if it takes this slower issue to get there then it will be worthwhile. Read Full Review

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