Comic Review: Deadly Class Vol. 6: This Is Not The End (Image)

Image Comics releases the sixth volume of Deadly Class, where teenagers were involved to take some shit and killing their enemies. When I got the first volume, this was the […]

Image Comics releases the sixth volume of Deadly Class, where teenagers were involved to take some shit and killing their enemies.

When I got the first volume, this was the inspiration of Teen Titans, and somehow it became so legit that this comic is all about drugs and violence. The fact that most of the Image Comics were good enough to impress the readers, and sometimes most of the artists like to make some dark stories like Batman. And this is no High School Musical bullshit, except what we will see there are gangsters and high school punks on this comic.

Most of the students attend at King’s Dominion Atelier of the Deathly Arts because they’re becoming more like criminals and more dangerous. The whole academy is training the students to become the next generation of assassins for crime families across the globe. However the series has a different story for one of the characters and it follows the story of the individual who enrolled in the academy, which makes the story so complicating that most of them fucked up their lives. But even this volume, Saya is unconscious and started of having flashbacks to her family’s crime syndicate, much worse than the Yakuza. As a student in high school is hard enough to repent her mistake for what she’s done in the past, but she’s actually out for blood. And suddenly it became more complicated to know about her haunted past.

As far as I know is that most of the characters in the deadly school were having some fucked up moments about themselves, but Saya just kept in fear for remembering her past, and someone is out there to assassinate her. However, some of the other students were enjoying their montage of their lives, especially for puking someone else guts out. I believe this is the best moment yet, but if you want to know from the beginning of the story, go get the first cheapest graphic novel of the series of your local bookstores, and try to keep on track.

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