shoulda taken video. and it was obviously planned i.e. the gun in his desk it wasnt a snapping point more like a boil over id guess no but seriously i bet before he pulled the trigger he looked the cop in the eye and said WINNER.
Oh man did he really had to die that guy was awesome and I was going to become his #1 fan. 5/5 10/10
Haha thats a bad rollmodel.
You dark and twisted bastard! This was so well done. I always enjoy your art work, and the blunt reality behind this comic. I love the subtle hint at the end, that everyone has those dark little fantasies, but a few decide to go through with it. Very well done, and very entertaining, in a dark, twisted kinda way.
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I'm not going to use alot of big words you probably don't even know the meaning of to give you a review. Personally, I know that's usually a sign of insignificance that people use to try to hold themselves higher than other people and make themselves seem more intelligent than they really are. For example, using a word like ostentacious is in fact ostentacious in the act itself.
In your comments you said there was no meaning to this comic. That being said, I'm not going to try to manifest some crazy meaning to a comic you clearly stated had none what-so-ever. I do realize that almost all of us are despicable in some way and this man is hardly different from any one of us.
I don't believe his reasons were irrational from what any other murderer/rapist goes through. For almost any murder the motives were unknown to everyone else until they were revealed. If there were clear indications of what makes a murder or a rapist these crimes would never happen. It is alot of times the person you never would have expected to commit these crimes just to be the one whom does.
So yeah, I don't think that it necessarily takes petty people because anyone can go 'postal.' Noone ever knows how someone is dealing with stress or what their breaking point is. It's not a matter of how much stress you're going through, it's a matter of how you're dealing with it. That's why therapist always strain that no matter how little or much stress you're going through you always need someone to talk to about your problems. Obviously this guy didn't feel like that he had someone and just began to feel like the whole world was against him and he was insignificant.
It's even the human condition, no matter who you are, to feel like everything revolves around you. Everyone always thinks that they are the only one dealing with their problem and that is why you need someone to talk to get a viewpoint of someone else and lessen the feeling like you're alone in your problems. People with high stress and people with low stress commit 'petty crimes.' This comic is very much not far-fetched from what the reality is with people who have committed these crimes.
Even then though he didn't just result to the extreme either. Just like most crimes of this nature it was just 'one moment of passion' that led him to what he did. Just like depression and suicide, rage and passion are illogical states of mind and you are not thinking about all the 'better ways to deal with your problem.' Also, almost everyone has a better way to deal with their problem but they don't do it. That's the biggest problem for people who really need help, they never go out to seek it.
Overall, seeing the comic for what it really is and not trying to thrust some random 'lesson' onto it. From a psychological point of view this is an awesome comic. You really dove into the psyche of what an average murderer/rapist goes through in their mind. Even to the point of showing the fact of how every murderer/rapist fantacises about the act hundreds of times before committing it! Great Work.