website statistics Deadly Class, Volume 11: A Fond Farewell, Part One - PDF Books Online
Hot Best Seller

Deadly Class, Volume 11: A Fond Farewell, Part One

Availability: Ready to download

Sins must be atoned for, and few have as many sins as the students of Kings Dominion. Old rivalries come to a head and dark secrets are revealed as the deadliest people on earth reunite one last time. Collects DEADLY CLASS #49-52


Compare

Sins must be atoned for, and few have as many sins as the students of Kings Dominion. Old rivalries come to a head and dark secrets are revealed as the deadliest people on earth reunite one last time. Collects DEADLY CLASS #49-52

30 review for Deadly Class, Volume 11: A Fond Farewell, Part One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jayson

    (A-) 81% | Very Good Notes: A sentiment sandwich, action for meat, the bread can get chewy, too dismal and gooey, but all-in-all spicy and sweet.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Craig

    After a couple of lesser arcs, this book is back with a bang. This was one of the better volumes in this entire series. I am really excited about seeing where this goes...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    After what feels like forever, Deadly Class is back again. It definitely feels like the book has changed a lot in the interim - the story jumps forward years at a time, re-establishing itself every issue or so, while the inevitable journey of Marcus, Saya, and Maria barrels towards its ending. I'm not sure I like what's happening. It feels like a big departure from the previous arcs, and Marcus' constant cynicism has become extremely grating. But with only a few issues left, I want to see how it After what feels like forever, Deadly Class is back again. It definitely feels like the book has changed a lot in the interim - the story jumps forward years at a time, re-establishing itself every issue or so, while the inevitable journey of Marcus, Saya, and Maria barrels towards its ending. I'm not sure I like what's happening. It feels like a big departure from the previous arcs, and Marcus' constant cynicism has become extremely grating. But with only a few issues left, I want to see how it all turns out, even if I think I can already tell - spoiler alert, it's not going to be happy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Who knew getting into a adult side of things, marriage, health issues, and just general being poor could make myself relate to this arc the most. Marcus goes through the headache of saving Saya again. Even though this is a doomed relationship, the boy just never learns even as an adult. This adventure has crazy fun fight scenes but then we get to the best part of this entire volume. Young adulthood-being broke, and trying to survive. It's nice to see Marcus and "Spoiler" together and watching hi Who knew getting into a adult side of things, marriage, health issues, and just general being poor could make myself relate to this arc the most. Marcus goes through the headache of saving Saya again. Even though this is a doomed relationship, the boy just never learns even as an adult. This adventure has crazy fun fight scenes but then we get to the best part of this entire volume. Young adulthood-being broke, and trying to survive. It's nice to see Marcus and "Spoiler" together and watching him grow in interesting ways. I also loved the ending to this volume and a shocking death really amps up the ending for me. Overall I REALLY enjoyed this volume and can't wait for the final volume to come out. A 4.5 out of 5.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Celene

    3 1/2 stars. I think I’m starting to get a little burned out following Marcus, Saya and Maria all the time. What makes this series so good is the huge cast of characters we follow, in and out of Kings Dominion. I know a lot of what’s happening is just a natural and realistic progression of the story, and it all makes sense, but Remender’s focus has changed quite a bit from where the series started and it’s not what I expected from these last few volumes. It’s almost entirely character driven at 3 1/2 stars. I think I’m starting to get a little burned out following Marcus, Saya and Maria all the time. What makes this series so good is the huge cast of characters we follow, in and out of Kings Dominion. I know a lot of what’s happening is just a natural and realistic progression of the story, and it all makes sense, but Remender’s focus has changed quite a bit from where the series started and it’s not what I expected from these last few volumes. It’s almost entirely character driven at this point, superb character work, no doubt, and the art continues to be great, but I’m itching for more of what it started out to be. I completely understand why he’s turning things in the direction he is now, it’s just not my favorite. I do hope the final volume ends with a bang.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jimbo

    Again, this series has always been of major interest and is so unlike anything I have read in graphic novels. It is a saga in the true sense of the word. From volume 1 through this one, it is a story of growing up in a harsh world, an assassin's world, finding friends, losing friends, trusting, then losing that trust. Loving and loss. It isn't an easy read by any stretch of one's imagination, but Remender, lone of my favorite writers, tells stories that weave and bend and twist and twirl. The art Again, this series has always been of major interest and is so unlike anything I have read in graphic novels. It is a saga in the true sense of the word. From volume 1 through this one, it is a story of growing up in a harsh world, an assassin's world, finding friends, losing friends, trusting, then losing that trust. Loving and loss. It isn't an easy read by any stretch of one's imagination, but Remender, lone of my favorite writers, tells stories that weave and bend and twist and twirl. The art is bloody and emotionally drawn and fits so well with what is happening. When the final volume is complete, it might be time to read them all in one sitting (Well as many days as it will take to read it) because after time and many books inbetween sometimes the intent is hidden in backstory that may have slipped past me months later. So good though.

  7. 5 out of 5

    JCRD

    Me da un poco de pena decir que aunque sigo disfrutando esta serie... ya no es lo mismo. Creo que Remender ha perdido un poco el rumbo y no sabe muy bien qué hacer con estos personajes ni cómo cerrar satisfactoriamente esta historia. El dibujo y color continúa tan soberbio como siempre, más aún desde que Lee Loughridge ha vuelto como colorista, pero el trabajo de Remender hace tiempo que no brilla. Es muy entretenida, sigue con sus parrafadas marca de la casa y su cinismo en esteroides, y hasta Me da un poco de pena decir que aunque sigo disfrutando esta serie... ya no es lo mismo. Creo que Remender ha perdido un poco el rumbo y no sabe muy bien qué hacer con estos personajes ni cómo cerrar satisfactoriamente esta historia. El dibujo y color continúa tan soberbio como siempre, más aún desde que Lee Loughridge ha vuelto como colorista, pero el trabajo de Remender hace tiempo que no brilla. Es muy entretenida, sigue con sus parrafadas marca de la casa y su cinismo en esteroides, y hasta cierto punto está bien ver cómo los personajes han evolucionado después de la jugada del tomo anterior, pero no sé. Simplemente, no es lo mismo. Al menos cerrará pronto, y aunque no espero en absoluto un final feliz, habrá sido un viaje muy guay lleno de violencia, drogas y personajazos.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sevki

    A solid 4/5. After the previous volume's abrupt pacing and past-to-future-to-past forwarding, this one picked up and felt much better. 2 chapters are with Saya, and the other 2 are with Maria, which I again liked because it both provided a balance and also some loose ends are no more. The only thing I did not like is the end of the volume: That black siluette is probably Shabnam, and I really do not wanna see that fat F again in the finale volume and presumably in the final boss position. What the A solid 4/5. After the previous volume's abrupt pacing and past-to-future-to-past forwarding, this one picked up and felt much better. 2 chapters are with Saya, and the other 2 are with Maria, which I again liked because it both provided a balance and also some loose ends are no more. The only thing I did not like is the end of the volume: That black siluette is probably Shabnam, and I really do not wanna see that fat F again in the finale volume and presumably in the final boss position. What the flark is that? Why? Not to mention he killed that glasses dude (forgot the name) after he spared that fatty in Volume 9. I do not like that kind of waste.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Serge Pierro

    Hmm… I was under the impression that volume 11 was going to be the end of the story… but apparently it is not. There will still be several more issues of the comic before it ends. This was certainly an interesting issue and had several important moments. I’m looking forward to when it is finally over, as it seems to be dragging out a bit, but overall it is still interesting to some degree. It’s interesting how things are at this point with everyone getting older… Another cliffhanger ending… and Hmm… I was under the impression that volume 11 was going to be the end of the story… but apparently it is not. There will still be several more issues of the comic before it ends. This was certainly an interesting issue and had several important moments. I’m looking forward to when it is finally over, as it seems to be dragging out a bit, but overall it is still interesting to some degree. It’s interesting how things are at this point with everyone getting older… Another cliffhanger ending… and I have my suspicions, but, now we’ll see how this all plays out.

  10. 4 out of 5

    SophiaStuart

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. When the 90s and 2000s arcs started, I was a little skeptical, but I love where they took the story. Marcus and Saya's relationship finally gets as close to closure as possible, and Marcus' definitely learns the hard way about his life of violence. Maria and Marcus' relationship, whenever they finally do get back together, is beautiful and the most down to earth. They finally get to live in peace, or as close to peace as being poor can get you, away from the violence. The ending was so sweet! It When the 90s and 2000s arcs started, I was a little skeptical, but I love where they took the story. Marcus and Saya's relationship finally gets as close to closure as possible, and Marcus' definitely learns the hard way about his life of violence. Maria and Marcus' relationship, whenever they finally do get back together, is beautiful and the most down to earth. They finally get to live in peace, or as close to peace as being poor can get you, away from the violence. The ending was so sweet! It's a surprising change of pace compared to the rest of the run.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Derreck

    Man I can't believe this is almost over! I'm kinda sad about that. Now for what I can say about this volume (spoiler free), there's going to be a few fast forwarding time jumps. It even ended on a happy note, which is really rare for this series. It also scares me a little because I am waiting for that other shoe to drop. It has been a fond farewell indeed! Man I can't believe this is almost over! I'm kinda sad about that. Now for what I can say about this volume (spoiler free), there's going to be a few fast forwarding time jumps. It even ended on a happy note, which is really rare for this series. It also scares me a little because I am waiting for that other shoe to drop. It has been a fond farewell indeed!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Steven W

    This was my least favorite in the series...still not bad.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Eric Edwards

    Solid. I liked it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mateen Mahboubi

    A step up from the previous volumes but still looking forward to wrapping up this series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nova

    older marcus jump scare

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carlo

    Mmm........... La verdad es que me esperaba otra cosa. No tiene mucho sentido el último capítulo, ahora todo sale de la manga.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    I really like this series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alana

    I don't agree with all the advice but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I don't agree with all the advice but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  19. 5 out of 5

    Vikram Nijhawan

    Four years after I first began reading this series, this is a sentimental and timely sendoff.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    It's so sad I can't stand it, though I can't say what I'd prefer to happen otherwise. It's so sad I can't stand it, though I can't say what I'd prefer to happen otherwise.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Paul Allard

    Very good violent comic collection. This is a review of the first three issues and not the last one which I did not receive. It brings together some of the main characters in deadly combat against their enemies. There's a huge body count, plenty of bloodshed. In fact, everything that you would expect from this series. I hadn't read any volumes since Volume 7 but it didn't really matter. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Very good violent comic collection. This is a review of the first three issues and not the last one which I did not receive. It brings together some of the main characters in deadly combat against their enemies. There's a huge body count, plenty of bloodshed. In fact, everything that you would expect from this series. I hadn't read any volumes since Volume 7 but it didn't really matter. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michela

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mark Kalet

  25. 5 out of 5

    Allan

  26. 5 out of 5

    JillyQ

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nick Zambrano

  29. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

  30. 4 out of 5

    Larry

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...