Johnny "Nny" C. The series focuses on the self-titled "villain" Johnny C. He is a deranged serial killer , mass murderer and spree killer , who interacts with various other characters, more often than not torturing and murdering them. He elaborately and sadistically kills anyone who even slightly irritates him, then drains their blood and paints one of the walls in his house with it to keep a monster from getting out. If the situation dictates, Johnny is willing to murder "innocent" people, though in his twisted mind, he typically manages to justify his acts. Authorities are unable to capture Johnny and seem unaware of his existence, though his crimes are often witnessed in public and reported by the few who manage to survive.
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Johnny "Nny" C. The series focuses on the self-titled "villain" Johnny C. He is a deranged serial killer , mass murderer and spree killer , who interacts with various other characters, more often than not torturing and murdering them. He elaborately and sadistically kills anyone who even slightly irritates him, then drains their blood and paints one of the walls in his house with it to keep a monster from getting out. If the situation dictates, Johnny is willing to murder "innocent" people, though in his twisted mind, he typically manages to justify his acts.
Authorities are unable to capture Johnny and seem unaware of his existence, though his crimes are often witnessed in public and reported by the few who manage to survive. Nny acknowledges this fact, and it appears that the supernatural forces at work in his life prevent his being captured or killed. He is often devoid of a conscience, and acknowledges that he is insane. This insanity manifests itself in three entities: Nailbunny, who is the closest thing to a conscience that Nny possesses; and Psychodoughboy and Mr.
Eff, two styrofoam Pillsbury doughboys who argue over whether Nny should kill himself or simply continue to kill others. Sometimes, Johnny displays feelings of self-hatred for his actions. This shows in his many monologues and suicide attempts. He even has what appear to be moments of clarity, but these are short-lived, and quickly turn into yet more crazed rants accompanied by bloodshed.
At the end of the comic, Johnny attempts to reform himself by abandoning his emotions in favor of cold intellect, going on what is referred to as a "vacation. However, Vasquez has written that he did not intend to give Johnny a concrete origin story, stating, "[I] find the blurriness of it all much more appealing than making him go nuts over being pantsed in school once.
I have been pantsed!! I kill like the damned now!! Todd "Squee" Casil[ edit ] Main article: Squee character Also known as Todd Casil, but nicknamed Squee, the namesake originating from the sound the child makes when scared. Vasquez later authored a comic series, Squee! Johnny is the only person who really cares about Squee, serving as his least evil friend, though he constantly frightens him unintentionally.
Also, Johnny has actively taken measures to ensure the safety of Squee, by killing and mutilating a pedophile poised to abduct Squee. A sad, lonely, and mistreated little boy at about 6 or 7 years old, Squee is frightened by almost everything, and is terrified of his evidently disturbed neighbor.
Despite this however, Johnny takes a shine to Squee, seeing him as something of a little brother from the family he never had or simply cannot remember. Their detachment from their son also prevents them from noticing the numerous occasions in which Johnny breaks into the house.
Devi D. A struggling artist, she works in a bookstore for half the duration of the comic; the other half is spent painting in her apartment. Devi was one of the few people who actually met Johnny in person and lived to tell about it. Instead, she beat him up and fled. Ever since, he has been occasionally trying to contact her to apologize and try and explain his odd reasons for trying to kill her, in which she responds to by locking herself in her apartment and screaming at him over the phone.
Johnny seems to show selflessness toward her by trying to become cold so he has a lesser chance of killing her.
Devi was later the subject of the doubleshot comic " I Feel Sick " in which she struggles to maintain her own sanity. Tess R. Krik is a violent misogynist he claims to have beaten his girlfriend and her grandmother and chauvinist who is abducted by Johnny for drunkenly harassing him.
Apparently, Johnny removed a chunk of his brain from the back of his head, making him nearly lose sanity. She is a pseudo-goth in order to make friends with others.
Dillon uses the goth culture as a means of excluding and ridiculing others. She was not actually killed but was "flushed" with the rest of reality: she survived once the universe was "reloaded. Edgar Vargas[ edit ] Edgar Vargas is a man who is abducted and killed by Johnny early in the series.
Nny appears to contemplate this, and even seems to enjoy talking with Edgar, referring to him as his "bestest, bestest friend in the room, currently. It is also an instance in which Johnny shows some degree of remorse, or at least a lack of enjoyment in, killing someone, as he says, after the murder is complete, "Well, that did nothing for me. These strips are unrelated to the main storyline, though Anne lives in the same fictional universe as Johnny and the other characters.
It seems that he is younger than Nny. He gleefully recounts to Nny the murders he has committed to date—his first grade teacher , and a girl who resembled someone who bullied him in high school.
He also admits, with relish, that he raped his second victim in an alley behind a mall before killing her this incident was referred to earlier in the series and blamed on Johnny. During the torture that follows, Johnny makes particular reference to the rape of the girl, which he finds unforgivable, stating that he himself would never do such a thing, as he considers even basic physical contact with people to be distasteful, and that he considers such an act to be giving in to emotion , something else which he also finds abhorrent.
He also speaks at length on the subject of his distaste at being imitated at all. As Johnny is speaking, Jimmy is vivisected with several hooks , opening his torso. Only the preserved head which was torn from the body by Mr. Eff remains by the end of the comic, the rest of the body apparently unnecessary for the afterlife.
After Johnny dies and is subsequently returned to the newly rebooted universe, Nailbunny no longer appears, although on at least one occasion it is suggested that Nny still hears his voice. Eff" are carved foam figures that were once part of a pastry display. Eff seems to have relinquished his devotion to it, and would prefer to become a "real" entity in his own right. However, this action also has a selfish motive, since as long as the monster remains inside the wall, it will feed more power to Mr.
Eff and Psycho-Doughboy, making them more real. Shortly after this, the wall monster kills them both. Incidentally, Psycho-Doughboy has "fuck" written on his chest, not Mr. He represents the desire for instant gratification and physical sensation, and encourages Johnny to give into his every urge and desire without thinking. Samsa the cockroach. Heaven and Hell[ edit ] St. Peter[ edit ] Works the reception desk in Heaven.
He becomes violently ill when he looks up the horrible acts Nny has done. God[ edit ] God is here depicted as a giant baby-like man living in Heaven that gives Johnny no help. God openly admits to having done nothing since the creation of the universe just before going back to sleep.
He created the universe, and is now very tired. Damned Elize[ edit ] Damned Elize is a character who lives in Hell.
She does menial tasks in Heaven as punishment for her hedonism in life. She seems to be attracted to Johnny based on an offhand remark about tearing his clothes off with her teeth, which rather repels him. However, just before being sent to Hell, she remarks also in a rant of sorts that she is in so much trouble because of him due to the psychic battle he started in Heaven, and wants him to go away.
Standing at something like eight feet tall, with humongous, ram-like horns and an unhappy-face pin, he looks positively demonic. This understanding includes lack of caring for other people and how they feel about life. In the JTHM hell, Johnny sees a perfect example of a world of torture and pain which is a replication of the world that already exists only now without the few good people that made things better, and an inability to die Other[ edit ] The Wall Monster[ edit ] At one point in the series, Johnny is unable to paint the wall because of an accidentally self-inflicted gunshot wound.
This, and his approaching death, is what causes the monster to break free. This is why one of the doughboys wants Nny to kill himself; their "master" behind the wall needed Johnny dead in order to liberate it, while the other doughboy wants to keep their master imprisoned so they can be free. Presumably it is the animated cesspool of human negative emotional residue the devil spoke of in his monologue.
The Wall Monster could also be seen as a nod towards famous horror writer, H. Lovecraft , due to the fact that the wall monster has no definite shape and seems to be mostly defined by tentacles similar to some inter-dimensional monsters in Lovecraft stories.
You see!! It changes color when it dries! I have to keep the wall wet!! Invader Zim makes a subtle reference to the Wall Monster in the episode "Room With a Moose," in which Zim sentences his classmates to suffer in a room which is inhabited by an actual moose.
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. To Johnny, Mr. Samsa represents complete desensitization and unemotional thinking, a state for which Johnny begins a quest at the end of the series.
The insects are normal bugs with no ties to the supernatural entities in the series. Happy Noodle Boy is a stick character appearing in a comic drawn by Johnny and read mainly by "the homeless insane". Every issue has at least one single-page insert of the Happy Noodle Boy comic itself, detailing the often completely nonsensical adventures mostly cursing, screaming, and being shot. Happy Noodle Boy spends much of his time standing on a wooden box and yelling nonsense at hapless pedestrians, often provoking his own death.
He appears in the backgrounds of many of the strips of the main storyline the mall, the movie theatre, etc. He also appeared in I Feel Sick 1 in a crowded dance floor.
Johnny seems to be in the habit of leaving his drawings lying around. In one particular comic, Johnny says that when he was young, other kids taunted him for this, calling him "Noodle Boy. According to Vasquez, "So many years ago, [my little romantical friend in high school] was the unwitting reason Happy Noodle Boy was created.
Thus, I tried to create the worst abomination of a comic that I could, so as to make her not want comics anymore.
That abomination, my friends, was Happy Noodle Boy". Wobbly-Headed Bob[ edit ] Living in a different fictional universe and receiving his own one-page comic in each book of the series, Wobbly-Headed Bob is a depressed, conceited outcast with rodent-like features and a huge "freakishly overdeveloped" head.
Bob believes himself to be the "ultimate being" as he is so smart, but is tortured by his own dark intelligence, and has an amazing knack for causing misery in everyone he meets. He meets cutesy, happy, ignorant, carefree characters.
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.
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Maumi In the early s, Carpe Noctema magazine about the goth subculturepublished several one-page strips featuring Johnny, now called Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Johnny is, possibly, more hideously mentally malformed than the people he seems to think have ruined his world. His extreme negativity leaves him isolated and depressed. He drains his victims of blood to paint over a wall in his house to prevent a monster from escaping. He is five feet, nine inches and one hundred and fifteen pounds. As Johnny died, the wall unleashed the built-up negative energy, in the process destroying the universe, which was then restored.
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