SyFy released the full pilot episode of their live-action adaptation of Image Comics, Rick Remender, Wes Craig, and Lee Loughridge’s Deadly Class.

Watch it right here:

There might be some geographic restrictions place on the YouTube video as a number of people reported they were unable to watch it in the United Kingdom, Canada, Italy and others.

As for the people who were able to watch the entire pilot, their reactions were extremely positive with a lot of praise.

For those unfamiliar with Deadly Class, the comic book series by Remender, craig, and Loughridge follows Marcus Lopez as he tries to find his way through high school in 1987. However, his high school is a whole lot different from your ordinary high school. While he still has to deal with jocks hassling him and he struggles to focus in class because he keeps daydreaming about stunning girl in the first, the school is for those wanting to be top tier assassins. The students are the children of Joseph Stalin’s top assassin and the teachers are members of an ancient league of assassins.

Deadly Class follows Marcus Lopez as he makes his way through King’s Dominion High School for the Deadly Arts, the most brutal high school on Earth. At King’s Dominion murder is an art, and you might just find a dagger in your back, or some poison in your drink.

[easyazon_link identifier=”1632156644″ locale=”US” tag=”boundingintocomics-20″]Deadly Class[/easyazon_link] has been collected in seven different volumes and Remender and company are still putting out new issues with the most recent solicitation being Deadly Class #38 which will hit shelves on March 13, 2019.

Deadly Class will begin airing its episodes on a regular schedule beginning in January.

What do you think about this pilot episode? Will you be tuning into the rest of the show?

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