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The 3-E students discover that Koro Sensei's greatest weakness might be a common substance. Will they be able to use it to assassinate him while he helps Meg, formerly of the varsity swim team, with her greatest weakness? The next assassination attempt, implemented by Terasaka, is more elaborate but endangers his fellow students. Can he save them without saving his target? The 3-E students discover that Koro Sensei's greatest weakness might be a common substance. Will they be able to use it to assassinate him while he helps Meg, formerly of the varsity swim team, with her greatest weakness? The next assassination attempt, implemented by Terasaka, is more elaborate but endangers his fellow students. Can he save them without saving his target? Then, the top class at school, including Principal Asano's son, conspires to prevent 3-E from ever rising closer to the top!


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The 3-E students discover that Koro Sensei's greatest weakness might be a common substance. Will they be able to use it to assassinate him while he helps Meg, formerly of the varsity swim team, with her greatest weakness? The next assassination attempt, implemented by Terasaka, is more elaborate but endangers his fellow students. Can he save them without saving his target? The 3-E students discover that Koro Sensei's greatest weakness might be a common substance. Will they be able to use it to assassinate him while he helps Meg, formerly of the varsity swim team, with her greatest weakness? The next assassination attempt, implemented by Terasaka, is more elaborate but endangers his fellow students. Can he save them without saving his target? Then, the top class at school, including Principal Asano's son, conspires to prevent 3-E from ever rising closer to the top!

30 review for Assassination Classroom, Vol. 6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    A little bit slower volume, preparing for exams, with a special incentive for the Assassination Classroom: If you are the best in the class in a certain area, you get to cut off some of Koro-Sensei's tentacles! . . . which would not kill him, but, you know. In this volume we discover his greatest weakness, water! So there's pressure to throw him in the water, weaken him and THEN kill him because, you know, he is planning on destroying the world, so duh, you haveta to do that, but then on the oth A little bit slower volume, preparing for exams, with a special incentive for the Assassination Classroom: If you are the best in the class in a certain area, you get to cut off some of Koro-Sensei's tentacles! . . . which would not kill him, but, you know. In this volume we discover his greatest weakness, water! So there's pressure to throw him in the water, weaken him and THEN kill him because, you know, he is planning on destroying the world, so duh, you haveta to do that, but then on the other hand, students increasingly like him, as he gives them incentives to do well on the exams.. . . wacky premise. And you know as long as there are volumes ahead that neither kill him nor does the world end. . . But you know, it's a pretty sweet coming-of-age manga in spite of the crazy basic story. Friendship issues are addressed, with positive messages. You get to know the characters. Karma is a fave.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julia Sapphire

    3.5 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Enelan

    gets better and better each time

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jesus Flores

    So Class E has a pool, they find water makes Koro Sensei go slower. Koro Sensei helps a girl help another girl learn to swim, so first girl no longer needs to feel guilty and help second girl. Usual school drama plot. Then one of the tough guys in class E, meets the robed stranger tha control the kid with hair tentacles, they plan to get Koro into water and defeat him, plan goes awry when the pool suddenly has more water than a dam and other kids almost drown, so the tough guy decides to help get So Class E has a pool, they find water makes Koro Sensei go slower. Koro Sensei helps a girl help another girl learn to swim, so first girl no longer needs to feel guilty and help second girl. Usual school drama plot. Then one of the tough guys in class E, meets the robed stranger tha control the kid with hair tentacles, they plan to get Koro into water and defeat him, plan goes awry when the pool suddenly has more water than a dam and other kids almost drown, so the tough guy decides to help get the hair-tentacle boy wet so Koro Sensei scapes. Final chapters is the prep for the final exams, and a bet they make with class A. I guess it is still fun in a way.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Tame

    Last volume we learned of a possible weakness of Koro Sensei. This volume starts off with Class E's attempts to exploit that weakness. Since there are quite a few volumes of this series still to go, the outcome of the attempts shouldn't surprise anyone. And then exams are coming up, and it's time to see how well Class E is doing compared to the rest of the school. We don't actually find out in this volume, but Koro Sensei seems optimistic, and everyone is definitely feeling a certain degree of c Last volume we learned of a possible weakness of Koro Sensei. This volume starts off with Class E's attempts to exploit that weakness. Since there are quite a few volumes of this series still to go, the outcome of the attempts shouldn't surprise anyone. And then exams are coming up, and it's time to see how well Class E is doing compared to the rest of the school. We don't actually find out in this volume, but Koro Sensei seems optimistic, and everyone is definitely feeling a certain degree of confidence. As always, Matsui does an impressive job of making all this absurdity seem perfectly natural and logical. I'm amazed at how much I care about this series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Thalia Lin

    Karma is awesome. Karma is bae. Oh, yeah, and exams are coming. xD

  7. 4 out of 5

    Derek Royal

    Shea and I discussed the first six volumes of this series on a recent manga episode: http://comicsalternative.com/manga-re.... Shea and I discussed the first six volumes of this series on a recent manga episode: http://comicsalternative.com/manga-re....

  8. 5 out of 5

    Maddie

    And his little brother returned! I hate these bullies who have to bring everyone else down with them to make themselves feel better! And the slurs towards Hara because she's a bigger person are so degrading! But the way she stands up to him is worth it! I hate how Principal Asano is such a dick, and that his son is also such a dick. All of the unfairness is through the roof! I hate no idea how Class E is actually hopeful! Even without a looming assassination of my teacher, I'd hate being Class E! And his little brother returned! I hate these bullies who have to bring everyone else down with them to make themselves feel better! And the slurs towards Hara because she's a bigger person are so degrading! But the way she stands up to him is worth it! I hate how Principal Asano is such a dick, and that his son is also such a dick. All of the unfairness is through the roof! I hate no idea how Class E is actually hopeful! Even without a looming assassination of my teacher, I'd hate being Class E!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ellyn → Allonsythornraxx

    29/02/2020 3.75 ⭐ This was a lot of fun, I'm having a lot of fun, I can't wait to see what happens next! 29/02/2020 3.75 ⭐ This was a lot of fun, I'm having a lot of fun, I can't wait to see what happens next!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Caleb

    This is the book where the story actually starts to pick up. I have been really enjoying this seires.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Blue

    Want to see more... Bookstagram Website Really loving this series, its creative as hell Want to see more... Bookstagram Website Really loving this series, its creative as hell

  12. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Once again just an amazing volume in the series and I loved every single ounce of it. Going to continue on and catch up with the publication in English. Super excited to see what happens next!

  13. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    I love this idea of playing to your strengths. Koro sensei brings out the best in everyone and I envy the Class E students that they have such a great mentor like him. ✊️👍😁

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dorothy

    I love the way this story is told. Koro sensei is getting more and more unusual as time goes by in this series. I am enjoying my read of it and I can't wait to continue! I love the way this story is told. Koro sensei is getting more and more unusual as time goes by in this series. I am enjoying my read of it and I can't wait to continue!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    THEY'VE GOT A WEAKNESS AT LAST THEY'VE GOT A WEAKNESS AT LAST

  16. 4 out of 5

    Naailah

    Oh I HATE the principal but I love how the manga takes the time to explore every characters strengths and weaknesses in depth. Koro-sensei and Karma are probably my favourite characters.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Megan Lowde

    Here we meet Gakushu, who in many ways is Karma's mirror in Class-A, and have a return of Itona, which was very interesting to see. From the revelation of Koro-sensei's weakness to water, to Itona and his master making another attempt of his life, and the race for first place in the final exams, things seem to be heating up a bit, especially as the summer grows closer to an end. The humour was still there, and appreciated, but there were a few moments that were a little questionable, like when t Here we meet Gakushu, who in many ways is Karma's mirror in Class-A, and have a return of Itona, which was very interesting to see. From the revelation of Koro-sensei's weakness to water, to Itona and his master making another attempt of his life, and the race for first place in the final exams, things seem to be heating up a bit, especially as the summer grows closer to an end. The humour was still there, and appreciated, but there were a few moments that were a little questionable, like when the 'friend' licked Meg's hand after knocking her drink over in the café. It just didn't seem to fit that well and made me really uncomfortable, which is why I knocked it down a star, but overall the visuals were amazing and the story was entertaining - it was just me nit-picking at a few parts.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

    This volume has Koro Sensei with an actual weakness that can be exploited, a renegade Class E student having to choose between himself or his class, and a larger school-wide challenge between our protagonists and the evil forces of the school trying to keep them down. I like how the true motivations of Class E, to kill Koro Sensei, is a secret from the rest of the school and how Yusei Matsui is able to blend the overall plot of killing Koro Sensei as fuel for all these other plots about Class E' This volume has Koro Sensei with an actual weakness that can be exploited, a renegade Class E student having to choose between himself or his class, and a larger school-wide challenge between our protagonists and the evil forces of the school trying to keep them down. I like how the true motivations of Class E, to kill Koro Sensei, is a secret from the rest of the school and how Yusei Matsui is able to blend the overall plot of killing Koro Sensei as fuel for all these other plots about Class E's personal goals and achievements. I just wish that all the time the series spends on gags resulted in the gags actually being funny, this series is so much better at the drama than most of the comedy and action.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Susanna Cherian

    Swimming, more swimming and an exam arc. I really enjoyed reading this book, especially with the final exam story arc. When class E gets competitive, I can’t help but want to cheer them on. The other stories were good too. I’m glad I got to see more of Karma and Terasaka. The principal’s son is amazing. I can easily see him as the lead in most Shojo manga. It’s good to see characters like him from a different angle (as a villain). I also like how Asano works really hard to pull class E down. He Swimming, more swimming and an exam arc. I really enjoyed reading this book, especially with the final exam story arc. When class E gets competitive, I can’t help but want to cheer them on. The other stories were good too. I’m glad I got to see more of Karma and Terasaka. The principal’s son is amazing. I can easily see him as the lead in most Shojo manga. It’s good to see characters like him from a different angle (as a villain). I also like how Asano works really hard to pull class E down. He isn’t a villain for the sake of an antagonist. He’s smart, hardworking and has an end goal he wants to achieve. I loved this book, and am really looking forward to book 7.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mateo

    One tall tentacled beast is your teacher! You may ask how that will work because people will freak out if they find the truth? Well they wont because in this book there’s class E then every other class. Class E is for people with the worst grades and only people who get to class E know about him. He teaches you assassination techniques because either they kill their teacher by the end of the year or he blows up the planet! Everyone looks down on them when they are really on top. Their physical a One tall tentacled beast is your teacher! You may ask how that will work because people will freak out if they find the truth? Well they wont because in this book there’s class E then every other class. Class E is for people with the worst grades and only people who get to class E know about him. He teaches you assassination techniques because either they kill their teacher by the end of the year or he blows up the planet! Everyone looks down on them when they are really on top. Their physical abilities are amazing and currently so are their grades. Ps: his weakness is water

  21. 4 out of 5

    Daphne

    I think the weirdness of this series is finally wearing off and I'm starting to actually enjoy it. I really liked the story in this volume, and I'm actually super excited for the next volume! The principal (and his son) are really interesting characters and I can't wait to see more of them. Honestly, I'm really starting to like all of the characters. Although, I haven't memorized most of their names yet... I think the weirdness of this series is finally wearing off and I'm starting to actually enjoy it. I really liked the story in this volume, and I'm actually super excited for the next volume! The principal (and his son) are really interesting characters and I can't wait to see more of them. Honestly, I'm really starting to like all of the characters. Although, I haven't memorized most of their names yet...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ellie (ermreading)

    Seeing more of Megu's backstory was great, she wasn't one I loved as much as some of the others but I have so much more appreciation for her and her selflessness now. Stellar, as always. Literally, there isn't going to be a single one of these I don't rate 5 stars because I already know the plot and the characters and that I love them, these volumes just contain extra scenes that weren't in the anime and I love it all the more for them Seeing more of Megu's backstory was great, she wasn't one I loved as much as some of the others but I have so much more appreciation for her and her selflessness now. Stellar, as always. Literally, there isn't going to be a single one of these I don't rate 5 stars because I already know the plot and the characters and that I love them, these volumes just contain extra scenes that weren't in the anime and I love it all the more for them

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily Mozzone

    Finally readers get to enjoy a Terasaka chapter. He was one of the first characters introduced but slowly fell into the background, and I'm glad he got some focus in this book. As the series progresses, larger story arcs are coming into play as Matsui gets his stride and the readers become more attached. Three stars instead of my usual four because this novel wasn't anything unique or spectacular, just more of the enjoyable same. Finally readers get to enjoy a Terasaka chapter. He was one of the first characters introduced but slowly fell into the background, and I'm glad he got some focus in this book. As the series progresses, larger story arcs are coming into play as Matsui gets his stride and the readers become more attached. Three stars instead of my usual four because this novel wasn't anything unique or spectacular, just more of the enjoyable same.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sharla

    Again, I love the scenes in the manga that didn't make it into the anime. The fish dream was so freaking cute - I especially loved the costumes - and showed once again how much Koro-Sensei cares for the wellbeing of all his students. The lesson he taught Meg in the one scene was so important, but done in a wacky way only he'd dream up. Also I adore any of the arcs with Asano. He is like Karma's evil twin - they're even kind of drawn that way - and his deviousness is always impressive. Again, I love the scenes in the manga that didn't make it into the anime. The fish dream was so freaking cute - I especially loved the costumes - and showed once again how much Koro-Sensei cares for the wellbeing of all his students. The lesson he taught Meg in the one scene was so important, but done in a wacky way only he'd dream up. Also I adore any of the arcs with Asano. He is like Karma's evil twin - they're even kind of drawn that way - and his deviousness is always impressive.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ross

    Not a bad bit of filler... Water, water everywhere...and is it really deadly? We find another weakness, but whose is it really? The students fight just as hard as korosensei to get through this little conflict. Finally, we make it to their final exams. With the deck stacked against them, will they get an advantage over their teacher or are the elite students still putting them in their place?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    This series is beginning to feel a bit repetitive. Nothing beyond the assassination attempts have been developed in any serious way, and there's not a whole lot of variation there. The rest of the school events feel a bit sad and contrived--at least they did in this volume. I'll have to try another and then decide if I want to continue or not. The novelty has definitely worn off. This series is beginning to feel a bit repetitive. Nothing beyond the assassination attempts have been developed in any serious way, and there's not a whole lot of variation there. The rest of the school events feel a bit sad and contrived--at least they did in this volume. I'll have to try another and then decide if I want to continue or not. The novelty has definitely worn off.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jake

    This series just gains momentum as time goes on, now that the characters are firmly established, it can keep building on their traits and quirks, which makes this and future volumes a joy to read! I particularly like the ending half of the volume, which begins to pit E Class against A Class, the top of the school vs. the supposed bottom, quite enjoyable to read!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Emmelyn

    I mentioned in my review of Volume 5 of this series that I'm loving the thematic development within the series. So for this volume, I'm really enjoying the whole "love isn't all about holding someone, it's also about knowing when to let them go". Love is about giving someone the independence to grow! I mentioned in my review of Volume 5 of this series that I'm loving the thematic development within the series. So for this volume, I'm really enjoying the whole "love isn't all about holding someone, it's also about knowing when to let them go". Love is about giving someone the independence to grow!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carter

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a little surprising and boring because for the surprising reason, Terasaka (the bully of class E) was the teacher of Itona, and they almost killed the students. And for the boring part towards the end of the book they had to get ready for the final exam which was a little boring because I hate work.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kai Charles(Fiction State Of Mind)

    The students are getting ready for their big school tests and Their sensi gives them an added incentive. If they make it to the top of various subjects he will let them destroy a few of his tentacles before an attack. The students also engage in a bet with the upperclassmen that raises the stakes.

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