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Deadly Class #52

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“A FOND FAREWELL,” Part Four
Scars can be a physical reminder of painful memories. However, after enough time, those reminders can become fond memories.

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Kindle Edition
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31 pages
Language
English
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$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B09PZF29X2

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  • 100

    ComicBook.com

    Halfway through its final storyline, Deadly Class provides the audience with a heartfelt and somber issue, reshaping Marcus and Maria in a way that feels shocking and yet completely in character. Wes Craig, Lee Loughridge, and Rus Wooton set the tone perfectly, with Wooton in particular doing some heavy lifting in the back half of the issue. The trio dial in a book that looks and feels much different than the hyper-kinetic and blood-soaked issues of the last year or so. Remender, late in the game, has provided Marcus with what feels like a new mantra or mission statement. Now it’s time to see if any of our heroes live to enjoy it.

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    Deadly Class #52 is a roller coaster of emotion. It can get a little preachy, but that’s fine. Remender, Craig, and Loughridge are doing fantastic on this book, and this issue definitely whets the appetite for what is coming next.

  • 90

    Sequential Planet

    But not every old friend shows up. And not every friend gets old. The first four issues of the final arc of Deadly Class have proven unique, surprising table-setting. The final four issues have been sounded by the shot of a gun, the thud of a body hitting the floor. With the unseen killer giving a long look at a photograph of Marcus, Maria, and the others celebrating, it’s doubtful it will go down as the last body of the series.

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