Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut - Part 7 Summary & Analysis

Jhonen Vasquez
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Part 7 Summary

In part 7, Johnny begins by realizing his new found freedom and its potential dangers. Soon, however, a knock on the door brings an admirer who knows of Johnny's killing sprees. However, when the two start to talk, the new comer, Jimmy, is put off by Johnny's change in hair and clothing. Johnny asks him to leave, but Jimmy continues to brag of his own killings, and compare himself to Johnny. He admits he liked it better when Johnny just killed without words, since it is only the blood that matters. Jimmy then tells of his own rape and murder of a young woman, and Johnny again asks him to leave. When he does not, Johnny stabs him, and reminds him that to admire someone is flattery, but to mimic their art and create monstrosity is a tragedy. As he tortures Jimmy, he tells him to be a...

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