Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut - Study Guide Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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In the first strip of the section, Johnny finds himself in heaven. He arrives at the gate to find he is not in the registry and finds heaven to be dirty and unkempt. When he asks the gate keeper, he is told the residents have better things to do than worry about appearances. The angel reads of Johnny's acts in life, and begins to vomit. Johnny moves away, and finds himself face to face with God. When he asks God why his life has become such a disaster, God responds that he is too tired to answer questions, since he created the universe, and falls asleep. Even after Johnny reminds him of all the horrible things happening on the planet, he continues to sleep. In the next strip, which the author admits is out of place, Johnny is alive again, and torturing another person. When the torture...

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