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'Dexter' author Lindsay takes a stab at comic book

5:48 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
Just as the Showtime TV show 'Dexter' has started its eighth and final season, pop culture's favorite sociopathic vigilante comes alive in a five-issue Marvel Comics miniseries.
Just as the Showtime TV show 'Dexter' has started its eighth and final season, pop culture's favorite sociopathic vigilante comes alive in a five-issue Marvel Comics miniseries.
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Via letters and tweets, Jeff Lindsay receives a constant stream of suggestions for whom his serial-killing blood-spatter expert Dexter Morgan should take out next.

This week's victim: the comic-book industry.

Just as the Showtime TV show "Dexter" - based on Lindsay's series of novels - has just started its eighth and final season, pop culture's favorite sociopathic vigilante comes alive in the five-issue Marvel Comics miniseries "Dexter," premiering Wednesday and written by Lindsay himself. ...

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