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 th The crew returns to Kings Dominion to discover things have changed in their absence. The program has changed. Master ...

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Title:Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back
Author:Rick Remender
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:128 pages pages

Deadly Class, Volume 8: Never Go Back Reviews

  • Eddie
    Aug 05, 2019
    This series never fails to impress. Some great twists in this volume as well as character insight. Can?t wait for the inevitably bloody denouement. ...
  • Nicole
    Aug 03, 2019
    That cliffhanger tho ! ...
  • Monte Price
    Sep 04, 2019
    It's the eighth installment so even if I could remember anything of note to comment on I feel like I shouldn't? I still don't care for the art and I think that the page is often cluttered with dialogue or exposition in a way that isn't enjoyable. I dunno. I'm kind of invested though. I...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 03, 2019
    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 do...
  • Koen Claeys
    Sep 02, 2019
    The artwork so rushed, the writing so lazy... Such a shame... ...
  • Derreck
    Aug 31, 2019
    This was a little slower compared to the previous installments, but it makes me wonder if this is the eye of another storm. When attending a school for assassins, you can never let your guard down. Ever. It's still got the tone. It keeps me more than intrigued to continue reading. Yet ...
  • Kyle
    Aug 06, 2019
    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 ac...
  • Nicole Woods
    Aug 28, 2019
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  • Johnny Tentoes
    Sep 05, 2019
    More internal character development, and flashback stories, made it feel like a large pause in the actual story. I wasn't excited about this really at all, not in comparison to all the other trades. ...
  • James
    Aug 08, 2019
    Homecoming for the main crew and some become legacy. Some closure as well. ...
  • Lori
    Aug 13, 2019
    I guess. *Kanye shrug* ...
  • James DeSantis
    Aug 12, 2019
    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 i...
  • Benji Glaab
    Sep 09, 2019
    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 ...
  • CeCe Purnsley
    Aug 12, 2019
    We're back at Kings Dominion but this time it feels entirely different. Nothing mind-blowing happened in this volume but I feel like it was used to bring everyone back to the place where everything started. The characters are in completely different places with new titles, and barely a...
  • Jayson
    Aug 20, 2019
    (A-) 81% | Very Good Notes: A cold-brewed interlude, still sinfully sublime, sluicing emotional bursts in spatter and spurts, it resets the paradigm. ...
  • Chris
    Aug 24, 2019
    Damn, this is such a good series I hated waiting for this volume. Now I have to start waiting again to see what Marcus and Maria have planned. ...
  • Andrés
    Sep 28, 2018
    EL MEJOR, EL WES OF DE PIPOL, NUNCA DEFRUDA ...
  • Adam
    Aug 11, 2019
    After the gory battle of the previous volume, Marcus and the Deadly Class gang find themselves drawn back to King?s Dominion. After eight volumes, I?m still blown away at how well each instalment is written; great volume. ...
  • Benny Regalbuto
    Aug 11, 2019
    Wes Craig is OUTTA HIS DAMN MIND!!! But anyway. Even though I felt we retread some typical Marcus inner turmoil here, it was exceedingly well done (especially the commentary on music and art). And based on where things are headed, I'm excited as always for next time. ...
  • Roy
    Aug 06, 2019
    A return to kings dominion but kinda feels like a build of a new arc in a way. ...
  • Nic
    Aug 29, 2019
    4.5 stars ...
  • Coraline
    Aug 17, 2019
    This one hit me hard for some reason. Always enjoy reading deadly class. Each issue is filled with great writing and amazing art and I fall more into love (and hate) for certain characters the more I read. ...
  • Maria
    Jul 22, 2019
    THEY WENT BACK TO KING'S FUCK YES ...
  • issabellareads
    Aug 05, 2019
    that last scene really got me ...
  • Doug Peters
    Aug 13, 2019
    I really liked this volume. It was nice to get back to familiar locales before everything continued to go off the rails. We're back in the thick of it, where I think this series does best. Remender continues to capture heady, dark aspects of human experience without being wholly depres...
  • Jeremy
    Sep 07, 2019
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  • Vikram Nijhawan
    Sep 07, 2019
    A disappointing middle chapter in an otherwise fantastic series. ...
  • Linda
    Sep 11, 2019
    A highly-satisfying continuation to the ongoing series that is building to a potentially gory and amazing climax. This was technically a re-read for me since I read all but one of the issues within this volume as they were released but the last one, which I missed, although did little ...
  • Samaga
    Aug 21, 2019
    This book was so excellent. ...
  • sucker4synth
    Aug 30, 2019
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