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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Johnny consider doing to avoid the discomfort caused by the things his victims say?
(a) Cutting out their tongues.
(b) Gagging them.
(c) Listening to loud music.
(d) Wearing earplugs.
2. What does the survey taker note about one of the more recent victims?
(a) She had been tortured.
(b) Her head was removed.
(c) She was tied to a cross.
(d) Her blood was drained.
3. The survey taker informs Johnny that some believe what about the killer?
(a) He is in some sort of a cult.
(b) He is a young, Caucasian male.
(c) He had a bad childhood.
(d) He is a vampire.
4. What does Johnny decide to do, after his conversation at the beginning of Part 3?
(a) Change his wardrobe.
(b) Go out and try to enjoy things.
(c) Make some friends.
(d) Clean up his house.
5. What does the man outside the cafe ask Johnny for?
(a) Some change.
(b) The time.
(c) To borrow his phone.
(d) A cigarette.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the survey taker say about Johnny's answers to his questions?
2. What is strange about Johnny's doorbell?
3. What day of the week is it, in the second strip of Part 3?
4. Who is Johnny's voice of insanity, who drives him further into his illness?
5. Why does Johnny try to kill Devi?
Short Essay Questions
1. What precipitates Johnny's rampage at the fast-food restaurant?
2. What is the comic strip written by Johnny about?
3. How does Johnny feel about his second captive, the young woman, in Part 2?
4. How does Johnny feel about himself?
5. Who is the main character, and what does he do?
6. What are some of the reasons Johnny cites for killing people in the cafe, in Part 3?
7. Who is Devi, and what brings her and Johnny together?
8. What happens at the convenience store, in Part 2?
9. What does the survey taker question Johnny about?
10. How does Johnny's first encounter with Devi end?
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