The Drifting Classroom, Vol. 8 (The Drifting Classroom)
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The Drifting Classroom, Vol. 8 (The Drifting Classroom #8)

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Returned to his original evil personality, Sekiya forces the students to be his slaves! Escaping into the Tokyo subway, Sho and his friends explore an underground world of horror. And there, in an ancient filmstrip, they discover the terrifying story of the end of the world?
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 16th 2007 by VIZ Media LLC
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Charles Dee Mitchell
By the 8th volume it should come as no surprise that these kids just can't get a break. The maniacal cafeteria worker is back and taking charge. He sends Sho and his friends into the desert to dig a well -- yeah, sure. He abandons them in the pit. But they find a crack in the wall that leads them into the ruins of the Tokyo subway system. There they learn, through a convenient, ritual showing of an educational film for the mutant insect creatures that populate the underground, that Japan in the...more
Kari Ramirez
We finally get some answers as to how the future ended up the wasteland that the kids are in now. But still, it's one thing after another! And they just have the worst luck ever. When there's a moment of good it is immediately followed by some catastrophe of some sort and it's generally Sho trying to keep everyone safe and together with someone else opposing him. Poor kid.
Lane
Crazier and crazier and crazier.
Orrin Grey
Another good volume, though the sequence with the film strip is a little awkward. Nothing's going to beat the last volume's batch of mutants and mushrooms, though.
Katherine
Wow. Every time I think that things in this series can not possibly get any crazier, they do. But love it! So creepy and hopeless!
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Japanese name 楳図 かずお (birth name 楳図一雄)
He is an author of Japanese manga, mainly the horror one (but he wrote some shonen comedy manga and shojo comedy romance, too) as well as a musician and actor.
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