Dr. Vogel gave expert testimony in one of Harry’s cases. He knew she specialized in child psychopaths, and was at his wit’s end with Dexter, so he went to her for help.
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister...
To celebrate the final season of Dexter in the UK, FOX (the network that broadcasts the show) commissioned a life-sized Dexter cake from food artist Annabel de Vetten.
This is it! The end of 'Dexter' has officially begun.
Six months have passed since last season. Things have gotten back to normal for Dexter. He is a soccer dad, he enjoys his work, and he still has time for his evening hobbies. Things with Deb, however, are not as peachy
As the last season of Dexter starts this weekend, we have been looking back over the span of the show. As with any property, one of the most important parts is merchendising. Here is some of the cool Dexter stuff we have found over the years. Grab it before it is gone.
Yesterday, we took a look at some of the most intriguing killers Dexter felt necessary to put down. But today, let’s focus on some of the most gruesome crime scenes that make Dexter’s kills justifiable.
Once upon a time, Dexter joined a bowling team in an effort to prove he was just a normal, average guy.
They always say that a hero (or anti-hero in this case) is only as good as his villain. And 'Dexter' has seen his fair share of villains over the course of the show's now 8 year history. Each individual season has boasted a "big bad," a main killer whose story arc is spread across the entire 12 episode run. Here are Our 10 Favorite Killers on 'Dexter'.