Can murder be justified?
These two TV anti-heroes seem to think so, and they have some pretty convincing arguments.
Frank Castle is one of the
toughest SOBs to have hit television, with Netflix’s no-holds-barred approach
finally giving the character the R-rated justice he deserved. The ex-spec ops
soldier pulls no punches on his blood-soaked revenge mission in one of the most
gripping must-watch TV series in recent memory.
Dexter is a completely
different animal altogether, honing a dark passenger inside himself. Living strictly by the code that allows him to kill, but only other serial killers, in what amounts to an ironically
perfect oxymoron – is it wrong that the audience actually admires a serial killer?
Whichever way you look at it,
both characters are stone-cold killers, yet does this make them evil?
Can you tell these two unique
killers apart from their quotes alone?