Main article: Johnny C. The series focuses on Johnny C. He drains his victims of blood to paint over a wall in his house to prevent a monster from escaping. He is five feet, nine inches and one hundred and fifteen pounds. At present, Nny is more his own enemy than any external mind could be. What with the decomposure of what may have been, at one time, a fine, intelligent mind, Johnny is, possibly, more hideously mentally malformed than the people he seems to think have ruined his world.
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Mar 20, Jessica B rated it really liked it This comic book is not for the faint of heart. It chronicles the experiences of Nny short for Johnny C.
However, the story is way deeper than just ruthless killing. Nny says he must kill in order to paint a certain This comic book is not for the faint of heart. Nny also has his internal voices having lives of their own, in the form of two possessed styrofoam Pillsbury Doughboys, and the decomposed body of a rabbit that Nny brought home and fed for three days before nailing it to a wall.
The main theme of the story is Nny questioning his place in the world, and why things are the way they are. Recommended for anyone who likes deep thinking and is okay with graphic murder scenes and almost continual profanity.
There are also sequels of sorts, called Squee and I Feel Sick, which follow the stories of two side characters from the original comic. As strange as this may sound--given the title--this was a very satisfying read. Despite the fact that Nny a. Given the fact that this is also an incredibly gory story to read--seriously, all kinds of killing in all kinds of ways happen Thank you, Best Buddy, for lending me this one to read.
A little treat, albeit difficult to read without several breaks in between parts. What struck me in rereading this was that, at least Like any other self-respecting high school goth kid of the early s, I was a teenage Jhonen Vasquez fan.
When I finished it last night, I was actually surprised to realize that I wanted there to be more.
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut