Showtime's Dexter series has gained popularity due to its multi-layered characters, portraying the complex and mysterious nature of man and his exciting and inexhaustible surprises. The length of his eight exciting seasons brought many viewers to television. But another thing that makes this series famous and popular is the list of bloodthirsty and dangerous serial killers who threatened the people of Miami one season after another and left countless corpses behind. Now that we are familiar with Dexter: New Blood, another of these fascinating serial killers, it's worth taking a look at all the horrific crimes we've seen during the various seasons of the series.
- 8 seasons of Dexter series from the worst to the best
- 10 heroes of the series who have a darker personality than their enemies
Because in Dexter series with dozens of killers and We are familiar with different criminals, it is not possible to list them all. That's why in this article we've gone to the killers who killed at least three people and appeared in at least three episodes of the series. We have also listed a number of killers together under one heading because they worked together.>
10. Fuentes Brothers - Chapter 5
Dexter's fifth season was a busy and tumultuous one. Clyde Phillips, the main creator and creator of Dexter, had left the group, and now the writing team had to find a way for Dexter to cope with the death of Rita (Julie Benz). They decided that Dexter Morgan would be isolated during the first half of the season. That's why they introduced a new threat that scared the people of Miami. This was the threat of the Fuentes brothers. The two assassins cut off the heads of their victims with a club and displayed the severed heads in public. They threatened, and just wanted to use the money to party. Yes, just like that, the two brothers killed Adam and held scary and weird ceremonies to raise money for nightclubs. The Fuentes brothers, in addition to having a very stupid motive for killing, were removed from the series without any prior warning. Carlos Fuentes was killed by Debra, and no one else mentioned Marco Fuentes. Maybe he was arrested, maybe he escaped, in any case, the series does not mention these two brothers in the continuation.
9. Brain Surgeon - Chapter 8
Oliver Saxon, nicknamed the Brain Surgeon, introduced us to Dexter in the final chapter It turns out that this shows that the killer is not very attractive because the eighth and last season of Dexter was the worst season of this series. Of course, the idea of a serial killer taking parts of his victims' brains to deliver a message was unexpected and engaging on paper, but the way the character, and especially the mediocre actor, played it, did not make the necessary impact and was a useless negative character.
The brain surgeon was the son of Dexter's psychiatrist and did not add anything new to the series in this regard (in the first season of Dexter, we also met a serial killer who had a personal relationship with Dexter). In the very first season, the confrontation between Dexter and the serial killer in question leads us to the conclusion that the protagonist, Dexter himself, is an evil character, and in the eighth season, they try to play with the same idea again./p>
This serial killer is in many ways an unattractive character, but he does not have the minimum pay to go a little deeper and let us know about his different aspects. The writers had a whole season to introduce the audience to Brian's motives, but we only take a brief look at him in a few episodes and he disappears for a while, until we finally see him again and his case closes very soon. Chapter 8 of Dexter was full of unnecessary and time-consuming subplots and main characters, and his new ugly character also seemed like a complete disappointment.
Skinner - Chapter 3
Dexter in the third season with a man named Miguel Prado Dangerous friendship. Which leads to catastrophic consequences. Miguel learns Harry's rule, but executes it as hard as he can, causing trouble. The relationship between Dexter and Miguel was one of the most interesting parts of the whole series because it touched on the emotional part of the story. We all know how lonely Dexter is, and his strange inclinations have prevented him from revealing his true selves to anyone. When he finally finds a friend who can share his secrets with him, bad things happen and everything falls apart. Miguel is drawn into the path of filth and darkness, killing the innocent people who stand in his way, and all the while justifying these horrible deeds with the misconception that he is pursuing a "higher goal." But in addition to this complex and engaging character, there is another killer in Dexter's third chapter that is not convincing at all; George King, nicknamed the Skinner (played by Jesse Burgo). But by all accounts, Pustakan is another of those useless serial killers who has no real motive and whose life story is shallow and clichd. We never get much information about him or his life and it does not matter to us, and on the other hand he does not have much power to be a great threat to Dexter.
7. Resurrection Day Killer - Chapter 6
In Chapter Six, the writers did their best to make the audience Be shocked and surprised, even at the cost of questioning the logic of the story. In most of the episodes, the scenes and situations are arranged in such a way that the audience thinks that the two killers are working together, namely Professor James Gellar (Edward James Almus) and his student Travis Marshall (Colin Hanks). But after a while, we find out that Travis is the only killer of the adventure and Glar is his first victim, and because he has schizophrenia, he sees his master everywhere in his imagination. Given that in parts of this chapter we saw Professor Geller alone and without Colin Hanks, this revelation did not fit with reason and logic.
It is really hard to commit Bible-inspired murders. Travis, who believed that by killing these people the apocalypse would come and cleanse the world of sin, brutally displayed the bodies of his victims as offerings to God. The idea is in itself appealing to a serial killer, but how can one justify how many horses can be thrown into the street without human body parts attached to them? However, whatever Travis lags behind logically, his fascinating dramatic and dramatic works have come out of the water.
6. Jordan Chase - Chapter 5
This criminal group included five serial killers and rapists who Dozens of women were harassed and eventually killed, and the devil was undoubtedly the dirtiest and dirtiest enemy Dexter faced. The crimes committed by this group were so horrible and sad that it hurts everyone. But the five men themselves did not have special personalities and happened to look like ordinary people.
Most of the members of this group were ordinary, seemingly painless men who lived their daily lives like everyone else. One was a pediatric dentist and the other was a bank employee. In this way, the series wanted to make its viewers understand that many times the scariest monsters look like ordinary people and live very comfortably with us. Those who do not even think about being able to commit such heinous crimes. But on the other hand, the leader of this group, Jordan Chase (Johnny Lee Miller), has a strong mind and can use various tricks to influence the spirits of others and play them to release their darkest and scariest desires.>
5. Kushka Brotherhood Association - Chapter 7
The Kushka Brotherhood Association is a Ukrainian criminal organization involved in human trafficking. And it is drugs, and unlike the rest of the negative characters in this series, it does not have serial killers inside. When Dexter kills one of their high-ranking members, he inadvertently becomes involved with this criminal organization. It is later revealed that the man who killed Dexter was Isaac Cirko's lover. Circus is a ruthless criminal who, ironically, is also one of the leaders of the infamous association. However, as Season 7 progressed, we became more and more interested in Isaac, and even his motives became clearer to us. A negative character who is seemingly naughty and dirty, but the more we get to know him, the more empathetic he becomes and sometimes even our hearts burn for him. We find that he uses violence and sudden frightening reactions as a cover to hide his own reality and let no one know about his sexual orientation. The only person who knew his true character was his lover, who was also killed by Dexter. He did not consider himself superior to them. He was one of Dexter's most complex and multi-layered characters, which is why the Kushka Brotherhood has found such a place on the list.
Hannah McKee - Seasons 7 and 8
Dexter and Hannah McKee One of the strangest romantic relationships of the whole series Together. Unlike Dexter's other serial killers, Hannah does not have this deep and insatiable desire to kill, she only kills those who get in her way and commits almost all of her murders in order to save her life. That's why Hannah looks so selfish, but all the killers on this list are selfish. Everyone just wants to meet their needs and quench their insatiable thirst, but Hannah is honest with herself and does not try to justify her murders with complicated thoughts and beliefs, because she knows she did everything by her own choice. That is why he accepts Dexter and his special inclinations without any judgment.
Hannah is also a truly professional and practical human being. His skill in growing different and diverse plants has enabled him to make a variety of deadly and untraceable toxins and kill his victims with them. It is true that Hannah did not have her original strength in the eighth season, but the eighth season in general had many problems and many of the characters did not know what to do with themselves. In the seventh season, Hannah was a classy and attractive collaborator for Dexter, creating really beautiful situations.
3. Brian Moser - Chapter 1
Dexter's brother Brian Moser, the best possible reflection of the hero The main story was to show us what a formidable monster Dexter Morgan would be if he did not follow Harry's rules. Like Hannah, Brian Moser easily accepted his own nature without trying to cover his insane and violent spirits with a layer of strange ideas. He enjoys his unlimited freedom to the fullest, that he can do whatever he wants without any restrictions and without any disturbing conscience or thoughts. While Dexter constantly tries to hide his true character from everyone, Brian embraces all his horrible features with open arms and seeks to set Dexter as free and unfettered as he is.
Brian's crimes and the way they are carried out, well show his amazing intelligence and talent. He dismembers his victims carefully and delicately, he is very focused and clean, and if it were not for Dexter, he could have escaped the police for decades without anyone noticing. Although Brian is killed in the very first season, you can feel his presence and influence in the rest of the seasons. Dexter then struggles with the temptation to disregard Harry's law and set him free and to admit that he is merely a bloodthirsty murderer and enjoys killing, the temptation that Brian has in mind.
2. Arthur Mitchell - Chapter 4
Dexter Morgan's sworn enemy, the one who came after him and hit him Deadly and fundamental hit is none other than Arthur Mitchell. Like Dexter Adam, he is very precise and designs all his murders with exemplary subtlety to make sure the police never reach him. Besides all this, Arthur is a family-friendly man who lives a quiet life with his wife and children. But because he has been killing people for decades, he has become adept at doing so and has been able to provide for his family.
But this family and this wife and children are, in Arthur's eyes, a hollow covering. Because he himself is practically devoid of humanity. Arthur created this family and its dream image so that no one would doubt him and lead his double life without any particular problem. In short, Arthur is like Dexter without having a conscience.
As he pursues Arthur, he thinks about his own actions and the impact this will have on his family and those around him. After meeting Arthur, he is forced to choose between his own savage desires and caring for his family. Dexter eventually manages to capture Arthur Mitchell, but at the same time loses his wife in the most painful and tragic way possible and pays a bitter price. None of the killers in the entire series had succeeded in hitting and destroying Dexter in this way. The most painful part is that Dexter is as guilty as Arthur of killing Rita, and this guilt never leaves him.
Butcher Port - All Seasons
The Dexter series without Dexter Morgan has no meaning. Although many different serial killers have appeared in the eight seasons of the Dexter series, the port butcher is the deadliest, most cunning, and the most intelligent and powerful. Dexter Morgan single-handedly killed dozens of bloodthirsty criminals, and was both a ruthless and dangerous monster and an arbitrary hero. There is a mad desire in Dexter, a desire to kill and shed blood. With the help of his stepfather, Harry, he has managed to control and direct this insane and dangerous desire to kill only those who deserve to die.
- Which one is scarier? Dexter Morgan or Joe Goldberg?
It's true that Dexter enjoys the process and all the weirdness he carries out, but what makes this serial killer such an influential and empathetic character? His struggle is to connect with other people. We all sometimes feel that we can not communicate with others and we feel lonely and isolated. The journey that all human beings take is nothing but an inner search to understand and accept other human beings. Although Dexter's path is full of blood and bloodshed and dismembered corpses, his shortcomings and inner feelings are exactly what we feel. Dexter, with all his strange and unusual features, is a lonely, deeply lonely man. One who can not reveal his true personality to any human being.
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