We're not even halfway into the final season of Dexter yet, and it's already looking like it's going to be hard to say goodbye to our favorite serial killer. Fortunately, long after the show has met its (hopefully bloody) demise, fans can keep their memories alive with blood slides, just like Dexter Morgan himself.
No, really -- blood slides (featuring fake blood, we assume) are just one of the many Dexter-inspired mementos you'll find online. Here are a few more gifts for the ultimate Dexter superfan.
"It's not just a slice a meat, it's a Slice of Life!"
This guide to Dexter's kills is already out of date. But who knows -- maybe by the end of this season, Etsy user Dehahs will have one for Deb, too.
Wanna really creep out your carpool buddies? This should do the trick.
This chef serves everything with "a nice Chianti," and don't even bother telling him about your special dietary requirements.
Next time you're at the beach, try not to think about what lies beneath.
If your nails always look like they're covered in blood, nobody will be the wiser when you actually give in to your Dark Passenger, right?
Etsy user UncleJacks promises that this badge is "new, never used." There's no explaining how exactly you might use this fake badge in real life, though.
Cross-stitch your very own tribute to Sgt. Doakes' (and perhaps the entire series') very best line.
And it just wouldn't be Etsy without an amigurumi version of Dexter Morgan.
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