For fans of Dexter, this is a must read. It's like getting an extra episode of the show once a month, and it feels like bonus material being added to the ongoing season. Like having a webisode series that a lot of regular fans don't watch, but the die hards always tune in for.
Dalibor Talajic's layouts and visual storytelling feel much like the show as well, as if he were consulting with the show's storyboard artists or something. The panel flow feels like how the shots are distributed on television, and there is a great familiarity that permeates this entire comic.
I'm really happy this finally came out, and as a Dexter fan, I'm grateful to be getting this foray into the medium I most prefer from series creator Jeff Lindsay. It feels personal, and special, like it was made just for Dexter fans like me. I'm guessing if you are reading this, you're probably a fan of the show as well, and I imagine you feel the same way as well?
A nice miniseries from Marvel that ventures outside of their normal superhero fare. My only minor issue with this comic is that it is priced at $3.99 an issue, and doesn't include a digital copy. That sits outside of Marvel's standard operating procedure, and I'm not sure why? Perhaps it's because of the extra cost involved with licensing the property?
Well, either way, this book is worth the price of admission, and I highly recommend it to Dexter fans.