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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download 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.

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.

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: Greed: Arranging a fatal bloodletting of wealthy attorney Eli Gould , who has made a living defending rapists and murderers. The victim dies of blood loss after he is forced to cut away a pound of flesh in payment for the greed he has shown and the lies he has told.

Sloth: Handcuffing drug dealing pedophile Theodore "Victor" Allen to his own bed for an entire year, and keeping him alive while his body wastes away by injecting him with copious amounts of drugs and medications. The stench of putrefaction was hidden by dozens upon dozens of pine tree air fresheners, and he was forced to wear a gag in his mouth to prevent him from calling for help.

When police break into his apartment believing him to be the killer as his fingerprints were discovered at Eli Gould's office , they instead discover Victor in such a state of decomposition and rot that everyone is shocked when he comes back to life.

He has multiple bedsores and his hand was cut off by John Doe to plant fingerprints in Eli Gould's office.

He is rushed to hospital, where the examining doctor discovers that the experience has completely destroyed his mind and that he chewed off his own tongue in an attempt to commit suicide. He dies of shock later that night. Lust: Kidnapping a married customer at a sex club, and forcing him at gunpoint to wear a bladed strap-on and simultaneously rape and kill a prostitute by butchering her internally.

She is found chained to a bed, legs spread open and her internal organs mutilated. The word "LUST" is written on the door of the club. Pride: Mutilating the face of Model Rachel Shade - at one point cutting off her nose "to spite her face" - and forcing her to choose between calling for help and living with disfigurement, or committing suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills.

She chooses to die rather than live without her former beauty. She is found dead in her upscale flat. Somerset then realizes that Doe is planning to have himself killed by the hands of Mills in order to fully complete the seventh and final sin Wrath to complete his work.

Mills later becomes nearly catatonic and is placed under arrest for the murder of Doe, much to Somerset's discomfort. As a child, Doe suffered from excruciating cluster headaches which were treated with a botched attempt at electroshock therapy. Doe's mother was a religious fanatic, obsessed with sin and eternal damnation. At one point during his school years, Doe began to develop carnal desires for a sexually active girl in his class, which his mother condemned.

His mother became infuriated upon finding Doe masturbating in the bathroom and beat him. Doe would later witness his mother having sex with his equally God-fearing uncle.

Published at: Sept. The film SE7EN was one of those special flicks that struck a chord with a lot of people. Director David Fincher opened up the world of detectives and serial killers and made it slick and mainstream, while not holding back when it came to scares and shocks.

The film followed seven days where a methodical serial killer carefully plots a series of murders all set to the Seven Deadly Sins.

Since this flick came out, scores of movies and television shows have followed suit by focusing on procedure and the methodology of madmen.

After reading the book, I had a chance to chat with Mr. What was it about the movie that attracted you to this project?

The style, the feel, the mood of the film, the story, the characters Not to mention it had by far one of the, if not the best endings of all time. BUG: Did you have much contact with any of the people who made the movie?

RG: Besides MySpace Would've been nice but David and Andrew are pretty busy people. Why is now the right time for a SE7EN comic book? RG: I really want to make a corny seven eleven joke right now but nothing's coming to mind.

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But if you think about it, it was just a matter of time before someone decided to tell this story. It's one of those things that's right there in front of your face and is so obvious that everyone misses it.

BUG: Why did you choose to write about Gluttony? RG: Originally I had pitched a variety of plots to Zenescope entertainment the publishers of the SE7EN series and they were most taken with my take on the Gluttony sin. Also, being a big guy, it wasn't all that hard to get into the head of the Fat Man.

I wanted to show how horrible it feels mentally and physically to be that big and let the reader sympathize with the victim as much as be disgusted with his sickness.

BUG: This is a book and a movie not for the faint at heart. Eventually, he had to be escorted out. How do you go to a place where you can write from the perspective of a serial killer? RG: Well I have to say cutting the skin off my fingertips is usually a good place to start. But we can save that stuff for the arraignment. But seriously, just watching the last half hour of the movie and listening to how John Doe talks, how he moves, his point of view on the world He's sick but also very easy to relate with.

He sees something wrong and wants it to stop Did you get to read the actual journals from the film themselves? RG: Me and my buddy, Kirk Eaton, stayed up for hours watching and rewatching the movie. Every time a journal page came up on the screen we'd freeze the screen and zoom in trying to read as much of it as possible. RG: I think most fans will really dig it.We talked for hours about the movie and the feel we wanted the comic to have.

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