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Read Se7en comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Seven (stylized as SE7EN) is a comic book edited by David Seidman and Ralph Tedesco. It was published as a hardcover edition by Zenescope Entertainment. Se7en deadly sins. Se7en horrific murders. John Doe wants to teach the world a lesson and he's using the sinners among us as the palette for his work. Take a.

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Buy Se7en by Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, David Mack, David Wohl, Raven to a great read and upon receiving it then realized it is a hard cover comic book. The behind-the-scenes tale of the murders in the film Se7en leads off with the glutton whose death opens the investigations. Book #1 Hardcover. Date. Se7en Comic Book Review and Interview. Movie perfection? I've said it before – I personally don't believe there is such a thing as a totally.

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A graphic novel that tells the story of John Doe: Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published January 1st by Zenescope Entertainment.

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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jul 15, StrangeAeons rated it it was ok. Sleazy and unnecessary. Whereas the movie moved along quickly enough to remove yourself from the more pulpy exploitation-derived elements of the script, this thing dwells inside them.

May 20, Justin Michael rated it really liked it. I love seeing how accurately the creators were to the movie. If you love the movie, you will have fun seeing the similarities. Also, the murderer make more sense after the comic book series. Aug 20, Prateek Gautam rated it it was amazing.

This novel will mess you up on a whole new level of psychology!!

The book is greatly written, but the story is horrific not in an bad manner but on intreguing side after the novel when I watched the movie, I was just left with one question to ask!! This book is good for who wants to learn English, or just want to read this kind of genre. Nov 16, Bingjie added it. Question 11 After reading this novel, Seven, I hope one of characters, Mills, will be judged no guilty. There are some rules or sins we have to observe. The serial murderer has no right to punish these people and kill them.

The angry sentiment is very difficult to control, and it always let us do something worse.

I believe there Question 11 After reading this novel, Seven, I hope one of characters, Mills, will be judged no guilty. Although Mills killed this person, I still hope he will be judged no guilty.

The judgment should be that he has to see psychological doctor before he comes back to his job. It has already happened. We should be reasonable. At the end of the story , Mill killed the person who is a serial murderer. It is so pity that he will become a prisoner. I hope the world will become more peaceful. If they really did wrong ,the law will sanction them.

Our job is just do the legal things and be happy.


View 1 comment. Feb 09, Vikas rated it really liked it. Its a seven part series.. First few parts also tell us how John hunted his first few targets. The Books are well done only problem is that the style is not consistent some books are done like photoprints while others are crude cartoons But it all comes up together as super awesome.

Do read it: Apr 30, Mathew Smith rated it it was amazing. If you liked the grimy style of the movie Seven, then you should love this book. It is done completely in that gritty format, but this time, the story is given through the perspective of the bad guy.

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Apr 01, Gord rated it it was amazing Shelves: A fantastic companion for the movie. Its the prequel story for John Doe and how he committed each kill.

It's a must read for fans of the movie unfortunately this book is out of print and very hard to find. Oct 23, Katherine rated it it was ok Shelves: A tady At this stage in his life, Doe began the habit of writing journals describing his every thought and action. He wrote that his feelings toward this girl were pure and that she was nothing like the girl he lusted over years before.

He offered to help the girl with her revision and invited her to his house. Upon entering his room, however, they encountered John's mother, now a violent alcoholic. She was reading John's journals and mockingly read them out to the girl.

The girl ran away, while John's mother attacked him and told him that no matter what he did, he would always be a sinner, and would inevitably go to Hell. Later in life, Doe married, but found his wife cheating on him; John never had children because his wife was unable to, so he never touched her.

Soon afterward, he was fired from his job for arguing with his boss. After witnessing a car crash, Doe began to question if God was really watching over mankind. John visited his mother at his childhood home and found her burning his belongings.

She died in the flames, leaving John a key for a box containing the book of the Seven Deadly Sins. Experiencing an epiphany, John proceeded to shave off his fingertips, pull out his teeth and castrate himself, thus renouncing his former identity. Doe dedicated himself to making a statement by using the seven deadly sins against people who had committed them. But that's the point.

We see a deadly sin on every street corner, in every home, and we tolerate it. We tolerate it because it's common, it's trivial. We tolerate it morning, noon, and night. Well, not anymore.

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I'm setting the example, and what I've done is going to be puzzled over and studied and followed John Doe was fundamentally a pessimistic man with an fixation on how immoral and evil people were.

He was very patient, methodical, cavalier and had excellent insight into other people's reactions and thoughts that was demonstrated in his uncanny planning and strategic abilities. John possessed a massive amount of personal diaries, were he hairsplittingly recorded his own thoughts.

Based on these notebooks and his murders, it becomes evident that John Doe enjoys seeing other people in emotional and physical pain. Because of this, he took someone claiming they were 'innocent' very poorly, with it being one of the few times he lost his composure.

He believed he was chosen by God to punish these people and believes his "work" to be a masterpiece that will be held in high esteem by other people.

However, John was also very egotistical, since, as Detective David Mills rightfully pointed out to him, the general public likely wouldn't care about his 'masterpiece' nearly as much as he had convinced himself, and he was really just a petty serial killer with delusions of grandeur.

Detective William Somerset also pointed out that if he really had been chosen by God, he wouldn't have taken so much pleasure in his murders.

Indeed, John freely admitted that he enjoyed killing his victims, claiming there was nothing wrong with a man taking pleasure in his work. John usually remained unemotional and calm, except to the occasional angry outburst and fanatical monologue.

He was a Christian most likely Catholic, based in his reading material, crucifixes, and adherence to Catholic moral doctrine i. He admired David greatly because his thought that he had a "normal life.Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I have read some messed up stuff, in the past. To be a part of something that you as a fan would love to have on your shelf is incredible.

And because of his past he already knows the decision young Detective Mills will make when confronted with his own rage. He flew to my house and beat on me for quite a bit but I held strong. What made it rise above standard serial killer stories? That and the fact that he has a mad man crush on me just kidding, Tommy. RG: I called him all the time.

Would've been nice but David and Andrew are pretty busy people.

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