I feel sorry for people who feel guilt. A callous, exploitive individual with blunted emotions, impulsive inclinations and an inability to feel guilt or remorse.
Portrait of the Monster as a Young Man. He led a normal existence, with a close circle of friends, a loving family, and aspirations of leaving small-town life after entering an art college.
He went through the same triumphs and travails of adolescence as most of his peers. There were no details in his life which stood out in any significant way. His classmate was Jeffrey Dahmer. Derf's comic, later expanded into a much longer graphic novel, chronicles the years he spent together with Dahmer in high school, unknowingly witnessing his friend's transformation into the most depraved Serial Killer in modern history.
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Along the way, Derf asks pertinent questions about why nobody — especially the adults — ever figured out Dahmer was tormented by what in hindsight were painfully obvious personal demons. The period Derf and Jeff spent in high school. The invoked Values Dissonance of the time influenced the school's handling or lack thereof of Jeff's obvious problems.
In the film, Neil goes through a Heel Realization and recognizes that their treatment of Jeff is exploitive, apologizing to Jeff as being inappropriate. Believe it or not, Jeff is even worse in the film adaptation as he is shown attempting to kill Backderf, something that Derf does not recollect or depict in the comic.
Backderf and the Dahmer Fan Club are portrayed as somewhat more exploitive of Jeff.
Jeff even outright says that he does not like the cartoons Backderf has made of him. The whole point of the book. Jeff's parents are too consumed with their marital strife to notice his problems; his unstable mother eventually abandons him.
Meanwhile, Jeff's teachers are either clueless or indifferent to his binge drinking at school. Derf speculates that if someone had taken notice and gotten Jeff help, he might not have led a happy life, but it would have been better than the path he took.
My friends and I, we were just clueless small-town kids, wrapped up in our own lives. And none of us had a hint about what was really going on in his head. A better question is, where were the damn adults? This book shows a more detailed insight into Jeff's psyche as he slowly loses his mind, eventually becoming a full-blown case of this.
Jeff gains a reputation for being a popular, if strange, Class Clown after he starts pulling loud stunts imitating a cerebral palsy sufferer. Derf and his friends are so amused by Jeff that they form a fan club in his honor. Derf maintains that Jeff is a "tragic figure," but only until invoked he killed his first victim.
I remember him as bullied and shunned, much as I was. A quiet young boy who devolved helplessly into a twisted soul.A long-serving border agent was arrested by authorities in Laredo who have been hunting down a serial killer terrorizing women in South Texas over the past month.
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Nov 15, · The Community pages are a place to share what you think and love about your favorite TV shows. Write a review, post photos, videos, polls and more. Beyond those figures, though, it's the killers that make slasher movies interesting.
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