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Dexter: Down Under Issue 2
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Writer(s): Jeff Lindsay
Artist(s): Dalibor Talajic
Release date: 2014
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Dexter: Down Under #2 is the second issue in the second volume of the Dexter Comics series created by Jeff Lindsay (author of the Dexter Book Series) and illustrated by Dalibor Talajic.

Release InformationEdit

  • Written by: Jeff Lindsay
  • Art by: Dalibor Talajic
  • Cover art by: Mike del Mundo
  • Published by: Marvel Comics
  • Price: $3.99
  • Colors: Mike Del Mundo
  • Release date: Wed, March 19th, 2014

Solicit SynopsisEdit

DEXTER'S BACK IN AN ALL-NEW ADVENTURE WRITTEN BY HIS CREATOR JEFF LINDSAY!

• When Dexter Morgan-the serial killer of serial killers-travels down under, he quickly discovers that sharks aren't Australia's only deadly predator!

• Who is setting up illegal hunting safaris in the Outback-and are humans in the crosshairs?

Plot Edit

Dexter becomes infacuated with the Australian predators, especially the Saltwater crocodile, as just like him it hunts 'in the mirky water'. Realising he hasn't satisfied his Dark Passenger, he opts to hack into the Police files for pictures of gore to at least calm him down, but Wiggs has not taken her eye off him while he was at the Police station. Prompting Dexter to ask for database access via his laptop. Then he worked from his Hotel room 'Hunting in the Mirk'. While he found another murderer 'Gary Benett' an Irish Austrain who preyed on hunting Northen European backpackers, Dexter bought a disposable kill kit. After a week of neglecting the Shark victim case to persue Bennet, he decides to drive out to kill him while he's out camping. He gets into a sticky situation with Wiggs making a suprise visit to enquire on his progress. Dexter is trying to expain why he has a Crocodile dundee knife.

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