Read Deadly Class, Vol. 6 Online Free - The freshman class has gotten a bloody welcome to Kings Dominion, as the newly empowered student council holds brutal sway over the hallways and dorms. If you’re not part of the group, you’re part of the body count. Meanwhile, Saya’s own mysterious past comes back to haunt her. Betrayal and subterfuge are around every corner. And far from the bloodshed are Marcus and Maria, rare survivors of the deadliest school on earth, harboring dark desires for revenge. Don’t miss the darkest and most revealing chapter of RICK REMENDER & WES CRAIG’s smash-hit series DEADLY CLASS.
Collects DEADLY CLASS #27-31
|Title||:||Deadly Class, Vol. 6|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
January 05, 2018
This was freaking fantastic. While volume 4 remains the highlight of the series this is damn good.
So as you know by now Marcus is back. That didn't gel with me last volume because I LOVED his death so I didn't want him to return. However, reading him in this made me realize how much I missed him...
December 31, 2017
This is seriously one of the best comics I’ve come across.
WHY AREN'T MORE PEOPLE READING THIS?!?!?
The plot is consistently surprising, and the diverse cast of characters hold such a rich amount of depth... everyone is constantly changing in ways that feel organic, and characters I previously loat...
October 25, 2017
THIS IS THE SHIT. I WANT MORE.
November 20, 2017
Not that I needed more proof that Remender and I resonate on the same wavelength, but this volume has it all: high school romance, incisive musical analysis and hyper-stylized action (I hesitate to say "cinematic," but it's a fair point of comparison). It's tough to talk too much about the plot a...
December 20, 2017
Okay, now this series is where I've always wanted it to be.
January 15, 2018
Deadly Class is probably my favoutite graphic novel series, it is unique, every charcter has a realistic personality (no cardboard cutouts) and each volume is exciting and action-packed. This volume is no exception.
I loved finding out more of Saya's backstory and it was great to find out what my...
January 03, 2018
One of my favorite comic series ever. Being an 80's kid probably helps, a bit.
January 04, 2018
I just compared the number of reviews of the most recent volume of Saga with the most recent volume of Deadly Class (released a week apart), and to see that Deadly Class does not even have 1/15 the number of reviews is a legitimate shame.
While tastes vary, I believe Deadly Class to be only a not...
January 09, 2018
This was a solid book. We get a great view into Saya’s formative years, the fights were great, and the new class finally got some good character development. The art is solid throughout as it has been in every volume. Remender’s dialog really sealed this as my favorite book.
There’s a long conver...
January 13, 2018
Surprisingly, not much killing in this. Instead, race and suicide are talked about. There is this amazing scene with Zenzele and Brandy where slavery, colonization, and systemic racism is tackled and it's fantastic. Easily the best scene in the book for me. Then, we see Petra struggle with guilt...