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This issue goes for it all! Kill or be killed Marcus and others have a target on there backs. All out war. Bloodbath. Who do you trust. Who will live. Bloody action and betrayals. Rise to power. This issue has it all. Major gut punch! Like Game of Thrones with the swerves it has Some emotianal stuff as well. Love this series
Fourth volume in the series of paperbacks which collect issues of the comic 'Deadly Class.' Set in the 80's, it's the story of Marcus. A teenager who joins a school for assassins.
This volume collects issues seventeen to twenty one of the comic. It divides them up by using chapter pages.
As with previous volumes there's a lot of violence, adult moments and strong language, so this is a comic strictly for mature readers.
There is some exposition as to what has gone before, but the amount of backstory built up by now means this isn't a good jumping on point. New readers should start with book one.
This picks up from the end of book three, with all the unaffiliated students at the school - the 'rats' - now subject of a hunt to the death by their own classmates. It's kill or be killed. Literally. Who will survive? And who can be trusted? Many very hard and terrible choices are going to have to be made..
Best volume yet in a superb series. There are stunning action sequences, which as always also manage to feel very realistic. But also the whole thing is superbly character driven. People make choices and do things that come totally out of their character, rather than the needs of the plot. And nobody is invincible, so you will be left on tenterhooks to the end desperate to see who is going to survive, and what will happen next.
Said ending will make you desperate for volume five.
Another brilliant read in a superb series.
As with the other volumes, there's a gallery of covers of the individual comics at the end.
Honestly you'd expect the series to slow go from fantastic to great to ok but with each volume it just gets better! So much so that there are no adjectives in the English language left to describe just how amazing this series is! The art and colors are fantastic and refreshing this doesn't feel like a cliche comic book the images are so vivid and the writing is flawlessly fluid that it just feels like a dream or a memory. It has so much action and so much heart and emotion but it never feels cliché this is something completely new there is NOTHING else out there quite like this and just when you think the story is going one way another door pops up and it just keeps you guessing and keeps you surprised. I challenge you NOT to read it all in one go. I received it today and started reading it as soon as it arrived and I just now finished it! P.S. There's intentional hidden writing at the end and it's so well hidden that it's hard to tell what is said but it's so important to the story so I recommend getting a magnifying glass.
Im writing this as im about to read it. I already love this series and im not much of a critic so I know I will love this trade. Remender is just fantastic and Wes has a style that makes this (or any) series pop right off the paper. Someone said there was a lot of killing in another review..I mean its called Deadly Class. I understand you want tranquility here and there but there are plenty other comics too read. I read this because of how ridiculous things can get. It makes it so much fun and a joy to read.
This is why I love the medium of comic books. This volume of this serie... Perfect is not a good enough word to describe it. Rick Remender weaves this incredible story of teen angst and splatterhouse ultra-violence into a tale that can be incredibly funny, terrifying and beautiful all at once. Wes Craig's art is to die for. Every character he draws feels alive, every moment he illustrates has a weight to it. This book is beyond perfect.
This comic series, collected in these graphic novel releases, is DEEPLY, DARKLY intriguing... and please not it's NOT for every one... the content is violent, the psychology quite twisted, and the characters greatly flawed... but it sure is interesting and unique... plus it's supposedly being made into a TV show... so read up before you're left behind.
This literally starts with the MC running for his life, and then a huge commotion with students being killed left and right. Character backstories are delved into, the story progresses, and then BAMN. What the hell was that ending? A cliff hanger? A solid stop? Not enough resolution for me.
Deadly class gets better and better. This volume is bloody loud, full of action from the start to the finish. It's bloody and messy. Now I hate hate spoilers, boy do they get on my tits, so Im not going to be a hypocrite. All I will say is the ending brought a tear to my eye, it wasn't what I expected and I'm going through emotions like a chick on her period.
On a serious note, order this, don't blame if you start sobbing at the end though