Deadly Class, Vol. 7: Love Like Blood

Deadly Class, Vol. 7: Love Like Blood

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 s Marcus and Maria have resurfaced, and with them a whole ocean of bad blood crashes on the shores. Shabnam and the Student...

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Title:Deadly Class, Vol. 7: Love Like Blood
Author:Rick Remender
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:153430696X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Deadly Class, Vol. 7: Love Like Blood Reviews

  • James
    Sep 05, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

  • Craig
    Sep 24, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

  • S. Jess
    Sep 02, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

  • Ben Payne
    Sep 21, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

    All bloody action from the first to last page, and yet I want more! ...

    This series just keeps getting better. The ending of this one choked me up. Very moving. ...

  • Koen
    Jul 27, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

  • Barrett
    Oct 15, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

    All bloody action from the first to last page, and yet I want more! ...

    This series just keeps getting better. The ending of this one choked me up. Very moving. ...

    Freakishly intense but only ok! Not my Favourite of the many volumes but one that I enjoyed a lot. ...

    Another great installment. The art wasn't quite as impressive in terms of new layouts and I'm ready for the next big chapter and a little less "all-out action all the time" though. ...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Sep 05, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

  • Zedsdead
    Sep 13, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

  • Kyle
    Sep 29, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

  • Belinda (TheBookBuddies)
    Oct 19, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

  • Kate
    Aug 27, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

  • James
    Nov 27, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

  • James DeSantis
    Aug 31, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

  • Mateen Mahboubi
    Oct 23, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

  • Benji Glaab
    Oct 02, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

    All bloody action from the first to last page, and yet I want more! ...

    This series just keeps getting better. The ending of this one choked me up. Very moving. ...

    Freakishly intense but only ok! Not my Favourite of the many volumes but one that I enjoyed a lot. ...

    Another great installment. The art wasn't quite as impressive in terms of new layouts and I'm ready for the next big chapter and a little less "all-out action all the time" though. ...

    This series is consistently satisfying highly recommended, exciting story and artwork Remender is one of the writers I'm looking out for atm ...

  • Zec
    Sep 03, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

  • Danielle
    Sep 03, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

    All bloody action from the first to last page, and yet I want more! ...

    This series just keeps getting better. The ending of this one choked me up. Very moving. ...

    Freakishly intense but only ok! Not my Favourite of the many volumes but one that I enjoyed a lot. ...

  • Imogene
    Sep 27, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

  • Erica
    Dec 07, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

    All bloody action from the first to last page, and yet I want more! ...

  • Matthew Quann
    Jun 29, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

  • Jeff
    Oct 25, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

    Very gory and exciting. Allies change and escape is sought. ...

    Another great volume. Remender is spectacular. ...

    Still stylish and fun, but I?ll admit I?m starting to have a hard time following everything. ...

  • Jorge Ponce
    Oct 06, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

  • Adam
    Nov 07, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

  • Eden
    Oct 30, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

  • Roy
    Aug 25, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

  • Zach Zurkowsky-Simpson
    Sep 20, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

  • Marten Peters
    Sep 19, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

  • Jamie Connolly
    Aug 19, 2018

    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 someti...

  • Doug Peters
    Sep 08, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...

    *sings Another One Bites the Dust* A lot of shit goes down in this. Things come to light, and Marcus comes to a realization. (view spoiler)[I can't lie, when Willie appeared I cried. Marcus' grief over his death is still so raw. He doesn't kill Viktor though even though you know he ...

    In this seventh volume of Deadly Class, we are reacquainted with how the series began. All the gore, violence and badass-ness we know this series can deliver have returned in full force. After the school politics of the previous few volumes, the story and characters are back to their o...

    Well, that was bleak. Okay, a school for assasins and murderers betraying each other for schoolwork is going to be bleak and angsty, but I need at least a little hope and positivity. Next trade? Please? ...

    ? ...

    Whoa. What a roller coaster. For me, this was the deepest and most meaningful installation of this series by far. ...

  • Rolando Marono
    Dec 13, 2018

    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 someti...

    This was good, but quite frankly, a bit exhausting to read. This volume is one long action sequence, as yakuza, corrupt Mexican cops, and Victor and Brandy close in on our heroes, resulting in one heck of an extended fight. The writing is good, the artwork is great. But I was seriously...

    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...

    Well that was shit. The entire volume is comprised of one long running mass fight. Half a dozen half-trained, badly injured bickering high schoolers mow down literally dozens upon dozens of homicidal ninjas, while Remender's trademark tortured pseudophilosophical voiceover slow-roll...

    I get tired of so much fighting. Give me intrigue and deceit! Still good, though. ...

    This is my favourite current series atm. So good!! Hits all the right places for me. Story, characters, action, intrigue it has it all!! ...

    I'm crying and I don't know why. Issue 32#: 4.5 Stars Issue 33#: 5 Stars Issue 34#: 4.5 Stars Issue 35#: 5 Stars ...

    Deadly Class improves with each new issue. ?Love Like Blood? was a whirlwind of body parts, drama, vengeance, and pain. I didn?t think anything could have topped the previous volume, but here I am eating my words. What an action-packed arc! The plot is progressing wonderfully ...

    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. ...

    Solid arc, Rick Remender is great at contrasting the highs and lows with some of the worst moments for the characters coming right after their best moments. However, this is a series that pulls a little too many punches. Nearly every main character has been ?killed? but survives. ...

    a return to form for deadly class. it finally delivers on the cliffhangers. this volume is nonstop action, it's basically that one shot action scene from the first season of true detective but as a comic. while I am usually not that much of a fan of action all the way through, remender...

    This series has been hit and miss for me but unfortunately this is one of the misses. It pretty much has the pedal to the metal the whole time and is exhausting to get through. Typically this series works for me when the characters are able to shine and work together/against each other...

    Welp. Bingeing these seemed like a great idea until I realised I now have to wait until April for the next volume. Worth it though, this was a whole lot of violent fun. ...

    I love Deadly Class so frikin much. ...

    Brilliant ending! ...

    Just keeps getting better and better. With so much going its anybody's guess what will happen next. ...

    Que gran volumen, y pensar que todavía nos falta un volumen más para terminar este segundo arco de Deadly Class. Decidí darle cinco estrellas por varias razones. Primero, el desarrollo de los personajes alcanza un punto máximo, podemos ver el crecimiento no sólo de Marcus sino de...