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Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4 Summary

Jhonen Vasquez
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Part 4 Summary

This section begins with Johnny and Nail Bunny discussing whether or not Johnny can really be doing the things he is doing. Johnny has a difficult time believing he could have become a rampant killer. He realizes Nail Bunny's voice is simply the other side of his internal conversations. Johnny continues by lamenting that the world does not realize the lasting harm it causes when it torments individuals, and that everything eventually leaves. Nail Bunny points out Johnny tried to kill the one girl who cared for him, and that he must therefore like loneliness better than happiness. Johnny reveals he cannot remember his childhood, or even his motivations for his crimes, but only remembers being called Noodle Boy from time to time as a child. Nail Bunny reminds him that he used to draw detailed images, and spent his time drawing as opposed to fuming about...

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