Deadly Class #33

Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Wesley Craig Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: April 11, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 6
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"LOVE LIKE BLOOD," Part Two: The streets of Puerto Peñasco run red as Marcus and Maria re-enter the world of shadows they'd fought and died to leave behind. The culmination of the entire series to date, LOVE LIKE BLOOD promises to tear apart hearts.

  • 9.5
    AIPT - Max Sisco Apr 10, 2018

    Deadly Class #33 boast some stellar sequences that give us more insight into these characters than ever before. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Comic Crusaders - Bryan Spaulding Apr 11, 2018

    For fans of martial arts, horror, or simply damn fine stories, this is a book for you. There is no doubt it's for mature audiences, but if you fit the bill, it's highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geekery Magazine - Shawn A. Warner Apr 12, 2018

    This issue contains some super deep character work pulling back the curtain a bit further enabling us to see what lies inside some of the darkest shadows in a world full of them. Remender continues to prove Deadly Class belongs on the pull lists of those of us in love with the art of storytelling whether in the valleys or at the peaks, a good story is just that and one thing I have come to know as fact is that Rick Remender delivers good stories. 4/5 Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Chase Magnett Apr 11, 2018

    In the chaotic, character-filled battles of Deadly Class, each new issue has a consistent method of offering just enough to keep readers going. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Multiversity Comics - Jonathan O'Neal Apr 16, 2018

    It might be easy to overlook the standard of comic book excellence that "Deadly Class" has maintained throughout its run, but issue 33 makes it difficult. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    You Don't Read Comics - David Harth Apr 11, 2018

    All in all, this issue is half great, half okay. The scenes between Kenji and Saya and Marcus and Viktor are well done, with the latter being less than what it should be but still really good. The other parts of the book are merely okay. Petra and Helmuts pages sell Petras aversion to killing, but ends on a strange note and the presentation of Zenzeles origin feels weird and out of place. The book also feels really short, which is another detriment. The last issues fast pace carries over to this issue and it doesnt really work here. This isnt a bad comic, but its not up to the books usual par. Read Full Review

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