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The Best Deadly Class Comic of 2021

  Updated on 16 October, 2021

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Bestseller No. 1
Deadly Class Vol. 1: Reagan Youth
  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Remender, Rick (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 174 Pages - 07/16/2014 (Publication Date) - Image (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 2
Deadly Class Volume 6: This Is Not the End
  • Remender, Rick (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 136 Pages - 12/26/2017 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
SaleBestseller No. 3
Deadly Class Volume 2: Kids of the Black Hole
  • Image Comics
  • Rick Remender (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 128 Pages - 03/05/2019 (Publication Date) - Image Comics (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 4
Deadly Class #47
  • Amazon Kindle Edition
  • Remender, Rick (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 27 Pages - 07/21/2021 (Publication Date) - Image (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 5
  • Amazon Prime Video (Video on Demand)
  • Rick Remender (Producer)
  • English (Playback Language)
  • English (Subtitle)

Buyer's Guide: Deadly Class Comic

Deadly Class Comic Review - A Mark Millar Television Show for the Generation X Era

So, I got a copy of the new Deadly Class comic. I've read the whole series so far and loved each one. It's not just about crime fighting with super powers. It's about life and death, what you dream of doing in life, how you deal with problems, why things happen the way they do, and how you get past them. This is definitely a different type of comic than most are, and while I've read plenty of comic books, this is my first time reading one that's totally from the heart and had that "choose your own adventure" feel to it.

As mentioned above, this was the first time I've read a Deadly Class comic in years, but thanks to the previous issues I will be sure to check out next month's issue, when it comes out. If I'm being honest I think this is going to be a solid start for the series. I love the characters, the storyline, the quality of pencils being used, and the fact that I'm reading about master agents and super villains who have been portrayed as real people in this awesome comic.

What I really like about the characters is the way each one is written. There's an ordinary human, or maybe a normal sized, tough guy who doesn't have any powers, who becomes an assassin or a deadly expert with a weapon called a sword. There's also some other characters who are weird, like Time bomb and the Green Goblin, who is basically the comic book equivalent of Spiderman. There are also some other oddball characters like the Hooded Crusader and some others I have never heard of, but one that stuck out to me is named Wanda. She's a witch who seems to be the master of all evil.

Now, let's talk about the storyline of the comic book. I know it's not the greatest story ever told, but it's a great story. It's set in New York City in the year 2021 and it's basically two years after the events of the first Kings Day comic book. The city is on a war zone, where super evil supervillains have taken over. There are lots of gun fights, shooting, and lots of destruction.

I read full review about the comic because it's graphic and there are a lot of blood shed and killing. If you're not into killing, you might not enjoy this book because of that. I read it because I love the characters in it and the storyline. It's fun and I'm sure it'll keep readers turning the next page.

If you like the television show, you may have seen the TV show adaptation of Deadly Class. You can see the characters in the TV show. This was actually the second comic I've read by Remender. I enjoyed that one a lot more than the original Deadly Class. The main characters were also very different from the original. It was fun to read about Remender's take on these characters.

If you like the TV show, or even the comic books, it will be very enjoyable reading about the man who created them, Mark Millar. He is a very entertaining writer and I look forward to each new Deadly Class book. His style is very unique and I think is well suited to an urban fantasy type of comic.

You can buy the complete first season of the TV show, if you haven't already seen it. I suggest you do. If you haven't heard, Mark Millar is involved with the TV show version of this Deadly Class series. What an exciting concept! I hope he does a good job.