Deadly Class, Vol. 7
Marcus and Maria have resurfaced, and with them a whole ocean of bad blood crashes on the shores. Shabnam and the Student Council are out to put Marcus and Maria in the grave for good this time, Saya's maniacal brother Kenji stokes the flames of hatred, and in the shadows of those flames looms Headmaster Lin, waiting to reward whoever is left standing with a place by his side--or a sharp knife in the back.Rick Remender and Wes Craig unleash the deadliest year yet on the students of Kings Dominion.Collects DEADLY CLASS #32-35

Deadly Class, Vol. 7 Details

TitleDeadly Class, Vol. 7
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseAug 28th, 2018
PublisherImage Comics
ISBN-139781534306967
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Mystery, Crime

Deadly Class, Vol. 7 Review

  • Jamie Connolly
    January 1, 1970
    Whoa man! That was intense. Remender’s books are like roller coaster rides and this one is the one people are afraid to get on. The ups and downs can be heart wrenching and cycles 5 times in a single spread. He’s good man. I have trouble differentiating some of the character sometimes. And it moves back and forth between different characters so quickly and so often that I occasionally lose track. But those are minor complaints in the grand scheme. I was also gonna complain about the fact that fo Whoa man! That was intense. Remender’s books are like roller coaster rides and this one is the one people are afraid to get on. The ups and downs can be heart wrenching and cycles 5 times in a single spread. He’s good man. I have trouble differentiating some of the character sometimes. And it moves back and forth between different characters so quickly and so often that I occasionally lose track. But those are minor complaints in the grand scheme. I was also gonna complain about the fact that for as many standoff’s as there are, main characters don’t really ever die, but remender came through with a good old fashioned murder before I finished the book so I’m shelving that complaint for now. 5 deadly stars.
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  • James DeSantis
    January 1, 1970
    Rick has created one of the best ongoing series at IMAGE and Deadly Class keeps pushing. If the last two volumes were a bit slow for you don't worry, Volume 7 says "LET'S GO!!!!" and action hits a all time high. We get a great internal monologue with a ton of characters, making fun of Frank Miller's writing (WOOT!), and some balls to the walls fight scenes that are out of this world awesome. I would love to tell you what happens but it's so much spoilers I hardly can. Let's just say the kids all Rick has created one of the best ongoing series at IMAGE and Deadly Class keeps pushing. If the last two volumes were a bit slow for you don't worry, Volume 7 says "LET'S GO!!!!" and action hits a all time high. We get a great internal monologue with a ton of characters, making fun of Frank Miller's writing (WOOT!), and some balls to the walls fight scenes that are out of this world awesome. I would love to tell you what happens but it's so much spoilers I hardly can. Let's just say the kids all split up, run for their lives, people, kids, everyone, WILL DIE. This is as action packed and insane as volume 3 and 4. Good: The art is pure awesomeness. A step up, the action flows soooo smooth, and everything is brutal. The dialog is as wonderful as ever. Broken characters who are lost and savage characters who are pieces of shit. Plenty of surprises, a lot of deaths, maybe even a few tears will drop on this one. The ending sets up some interesting moments that will come. Bad: Really? Nothing. Deadly Class is that comic that excels at action back brutality mixed with a great story. I can't get over how good this series is. Coming from a goodish volume 1 to a extraordinary series that it has become, it's so nice to see. A 5 out of 5.
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  • Roy
    January 1, 1970
    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!!
  • Kate
    January 1, 1970
    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though.
  • Matthew Quann
    January 1, 1970
    The art team is killing it (sometimes literally)! Remender keeps on dialling up the ante on the soap-opera elements of the series while the violence escalates in tandem. Stylish, great looking comic.
  • Koen
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliant ending!
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