The boys have been picking on one another quite a bit these last two weeks. Now it’s time for the brainy girls to get in on the act. Since we’ve been keeping it one on one, this week’s battle features Dexter taking on Susan Test of the Mary and Susan Test team. Who is Susan Test, you ask?
Last week, we asked you to put two little children in the ring and let them battle it out to see who had the bigger brain. We’re doing it again this week, pitting last week’s winner, Dexter, against one Phineas Flynn. VOTE!
Smart kids. Love ’em or hate ’em, there’s something about the precocious little tykes that continues to attract the imaginations and minds of creators around the world. But which kid genius is the most brilliant? Who could outsmart whom? VOTE!
Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter novels have been a hit and the Showtime series has been an even bigger one. Now Lindsay has brought his devilish creation to Marvel, with an all-new story written by Lindsay himself. Major Spoilers sat down with some duct tape, plastic wrap and knives and gave it a look.
Press Release Dexter Morgan is s skilled forensic blood spatter expert with the Miami police department but he’s also the city’s friendly neighborhood crime-fighting serial killer who has to face his greatest challenge yet—a high school reunion! Dexter #1 (of 5), from series creator & New York Times best-selling Jeff Lindsay and artist Dalibor Talajic (Deadpool), brings fans the very first comic book featuring everyone’s favorite psychopath, Dexter. While keeping his Dark Passenger’s bloodlust–his inner demon–under control, Dexter must stop the latest murderous threat to Miami…the Skid Row Slasher. As this new menace racks up a body count to rival
During the Cup o’ Joe panel, Joe Quesada announced that Jeff Lindsay will be writing a comic book adaptation of his novel, Darkly Dreaming Dexter for the company. Dexter, for those of you who haven’t heard a thing about it, focuses on a serial killer vigilante who works as a forensic scientist who can use his job and abilities to cover up his crimes. The novel was adapted into the Showtime television series, now in its sixth season.
Thor and the Red Hulk got into it in Hulk #5, and to make sure everyone has a chance to get their hands on the sold out issue (at the distributor level), Marvel is going back to press with a new cover of the Jeph Loeb series. “Five issues.Â Five sold out.Â And the second printings too!â€ said Loeb. â€œI’ll have to tell McGuinness’ kids to stop buying so many copies!Â Seriously though, I gotta thank Warren Simons and the entire Thor crew who were so helpful at getting the God of Thunder to guest star in this issue.Â And
The Vertigo comic Exterminators is heading to the small screen.Â Showtime and Dexter executive producer Sara Colleton plans to bring the title to the cable network.Â But don’t expect the series to be a perfect adaptation. In its Showtime incarnation, “Exterminators” will revolve around the Bug-Be-Gone crew, an extended dysfunctional family of exterminators whose greatest enemies aren’t the insects and rodents they meet and kill on a daily basis but rather their own self doubts, vices and inner demons. Is Exterminators something that can be easily adaptated, or are the themes and special effects too much for subscriber cable? via