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Johnny the homicidal maniac

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Jovan Rodriguez

on 18 June 2015

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Transcript of Johnny the homicidal maniac

Donnie Darko
Donnie Darko , a troubled teenager living in Middlesex, Virginia, is awakened and led outside by a figure in a monstrous rabbit costume, who introduces himself as "Frank" and tells him the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds. After surviving a freak accident, Donnie begins to explore what it means to be alive, and in short order to be in love, he uncovers secrets of the universe that give him a tempting power to alter time and destiny.
Johnny the homicidal maniac by Jhonen Vasquez
The story of Johnny is one of teenage rage, anger against the world, and a mentally insane individual whose life consists of trying to find peace through violence. His happiness, although rare, causes him to spiral into despair and kill those closest to him. The voices in his head keep him miserable, while his own psyche makes him a slave to his desires. It is only when he dies and discovers his purpose that he is able to free himself from his misery.
Similarities and differences
Deals with depression by hurting loved ones and others who make fun of him, also said to be insane and having voices and images in his head.
Explores what it means to be alive, he follows an imaginary rabbit's orders to get him close to uncover the meaning of life.
Imaginary objects and voices.
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