Dark and disturbingly funny, JTHM follows the adventures of Johnny (you can So, if you want to collect all the JTHM comics in one convenient format, then this. Johnny the Homicidal Maniac #1 – 7 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark. A description of tropes appearing in Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. A series of comic books by Jhonen Vasquez, the guy who did Invader Zim. Johnny (Nny for .

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You’ve stolen too much of me Aug 23, Ari rated it really liked it Shelves: There’s not really much of a story told here, or at least one that is identifiable as such. His intelligence didn’t johnnny him from the realisation that he has neither the ability nor Vasquez’s mercy to ever reach an end. May 04, Valky Salinas rated it really liked it Shelves: When a copycat killer named “Jimmy” pays Johnny a visit and confesses to several murders and a rape, Johnny eviscerates Jimmy.

To view it, click here. He appears in the backgrounds of many of the strips of the main storyline the mall, the movie theatre, etc. Other than that, being able to reread the entire series in one convenient book and seeing all the extras and reading Vasquez’s hilarious articles was truly a homickdal experience.

Just angsty angst from start to finish. Johnny the Homicidal Maniac 7 books.

Retrieved from ” https: Their detachment from their son also prevents them from noticing the numerous occasions in which Johnny breaks into the house. Another thing I though was a little comocs was that the only place where the original covers of each issue are shown are in the issue summaries that are in the extras at the end of the book, and the covers are printed small so you can’t see the full awesomeness of them.

As strange as this may sound–given the title–this was homiicidal very satisfying read. A little heavy on the Hot Topic-type philosophy. Samsa” is the name given by Nny to a series of normal cockroaches that live in his basement, which he believes to be a single immortal cockroach that he must repeatedly kill.


By showing them the horrifying reality which he perceives to be their life, Bob makes them miserable, often causing them to commit suicide, which he barely seems to notice. A typically Jhonen Vasquez work, the ending is somewhat bitter sweet, yet very satisfying, and the plot speeds up quickly during part 3 and soon everything is happening in a closer time period instead of previous parts which could have been taking days or even weeks after the previous chapters.

It’s basically the fevered musings of a very immature, pretentious, petty man with a short attention span who is only interested in expressing how much he hates the outside world coomics all people ever do is pick on each other for the way they look.

But, like always, my hand hits the glass. Squee is endearing, and his tormented psyche make for some pitch black humor. Unfortunately it seems that maniwc the last 15 years, I’ve grown up a bit.

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac #1 – 7 (1995-1997)

Apparently, Johnny removed a chunk of his brain from the back of his head, kohnny him nearly lose sanity. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Jun 23, Jake Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: It seems that he is younger than Nny. Later on Earth, Johnny is unsure if he really died or if he experienced some kind of hallucination. Squee has a teddy bear named Shmee, who is conscious in Todd’s own psyche; Shmee happens to jkhnny a trauma sponge, and constantly tells Squee to do evil things. If you or more likely your child ever glimpsed the Invader Zim cartoon than you are familiar with the artwork of Vasquez.

Eff” are carved foam figures that were once part of a pastry display. The series tells the story of a young man named Johnny C. Z Dear Die-ary, I stared, motionless, before the mirror. The art really helps the reader understand the characters, especially Johnny since the vibe of the artwork compliments the levels of insanity he faces with a suffers from during the length of the story and beyond! He makes another appearance in Vasquez’s other work, Squee!


Crumbling and covered with litter and graffiti, everything is in a state of bleak decay, overlit by the neon signs of trashy consumer capitalism. Squee is also friends with Satan’s son, with whom he attends school. When I first picked it up, my much more comic savvy room mate told me that while it was cool back in high school that she’d grown past it and it’s shock value. Poor Wobbly-Headed Bob tries to convince the rest of the world to accept that he’s smarter than they are, homixidal can’t understand why they want to kill him.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. The comic is high-contrast black and white with stylized and geometric cartoon characters. Honestly though, I think there is much more merit in this little book than the senseless and creative violence although it certainly does get points for that. Johnny is a criminally insane, introverted young man on a killing spree, his victims being those who taunt and make fun of him, all to feed the red wall with their blood.

All characters and plot that revolve around Nny are so well considered philosophically I find it hard to dismiss them as mere gratuitous violence.

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (Comic Book) – TV Tropes

A photograph of one of Vasquez’s friends, Leah England, serves as the middle of a portrait collection on the cover of the second issue comica Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. But I do see that Jhonen Vasquez was trying to construct a collection of exclusively Johnny material.

D-boy is continually infuriated with Nny’s failure to commit suicide, and homicidao him of sabotaging his attempts on purpose. Johnny The Homicidal Maniac is hilarious, ridiculous and sometimes disturbing.