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Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

Jhonen Vasquez
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Part 3 Summary

Mr. Eff convinces Johnny in the beginning of Part 3 that while he is happy, he should enjoy things. He convinces Johnny that he spends too much time worrying about those who will disappoint him, when he should just focus on his own wants and desires. Johnny agrees, and leaves the house. He is passing a trendy cafe when someone asks him for a cigarette. When he politely notes he does not smoke, the person makes fun of him. Johnny then enters the cafe, and begins slaughtering nearly everyone, noting what they have done to him in the past as he kills them, including when they tripped him, laughed at him, and beat him up. Others he kills, noting only what he does not like about them. He blows up one individual in the bathroom. Johnny leaves a few patrons alive, and informs them they should think about...

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