Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back

Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back

The crew returns to Kings Dominion to discover things have changed in their absence. The program has changed. Master Lin's schemes revealed. Betrayal. Mystery. The secret of the catacombs beneath the school. A reckoning for the corrupt. Our friends try to hold everything together as Freshman finals loom ever closer...Rick Remender and Wes Craig's darkly humorous look at...

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Title:Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back
Author:Rick Remender
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Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back Reviews

  • Benji Glaab
    Deadly Class is a riot, and continues in a wildly entertaining flurry. I love Craig's unique take on late 80's fashion. The charters ideals and thoughts are very suited to the era also. While I was a teen in the early 2000's I feel like I've had so many similar convos with my group of friends growin...
  • Jayson
    (A-) 81% | Very GoodNotes: A cold-brewed interlude, still sinfully sublime, sluicing emotional bursts in spatter and spurts, it resets the paradigm....
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Marcus and Maria finally return to Kings Dominion, but all is not as they left it. Shabnam and his Council rule the school, while Master Lin seems content to turn a blind eye to their machinations in favour of his own. Plus, a Free Comic Book Day flashback story!Man, this series doesn't know when to...
  • Roy
    A return to kings dominion but kinda feels like a build of a new arc in a way....
  • Belinda (TheBookBuddies)
    This is my lowest rating for a deadly class volume ever. While still enjoyable there was nothing that completely wowed or shocked me. Craig's art is as amazing as ever, but Remender's writing was a bit lackluster in this volume. It was a tad predictable. Even the moments that were supposed to be sho...
  • Kyle
    This was... not the most interesting (or riveting) Volume in the series.Issue #36: Filler— a redundant head-trip through Marcus’s inner turmoil. Perfectly encapsulates depression and grief, sure, but we’ve seen it countless times before in this series.Issue #37: Gorgeous action/chase ...
  • James DeSantis
    It's been awhile since I gave a Deadly Class volume lower than 4 stars. This isn't horrible or anything. It's still filled with solid dialogue and great art, but it lacks any punch the series is known for. This time we have Marcus going on a personal journey in his head on who he is. It is revealed ...
  • Crystal Starr Light
    Bullet Review:Remender is such a blow-hard...I'm reminded of Frank Miller (which I suppose might be what he's going for, as this is set in the 80's), and yet, Frank Miller's navel-gazing never got as whiny and pretentious as Remender does in nearly everything he touches.At least this series is going...

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