|“||I find one who hurt you. I kill. I good kitty.||„|
|“||Sadists. I hear the screams of your victims.||„|
Dex-Starr (real name: Dexter) is a villain in Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns #1. He was an abused kitten at a local animal shelter. He now serves as the pet and feline companion of Atrocitus.
Dex-Starr was a special cat on birth due to his blue fur. He was sad and scared, until one day a kind woman adopted him who gave him a home, food, and toys. However, things changed when a man broke into their apartment.
Desperately, Dexter scratched the intruder as hard as he could, but he was a young kitty and sadly, the woman died that night. A few days later, the police kicked Dexter out of his apartment.
Now, Dexter was alone in the streets, sad, until two kids decided to put him in a bag and throw him out of the Brooklyn Bridge. Then a red ring came to him, and he was recruited into the Red Lantern Corps.
However, he did not go on a rampage like other beginning Red Lanterns, and instead, he went back to his apartment and curled up into a ball next to the one who cared for him and simply said: "I find one who hurt you, I kill, I good kitty.".
- Dex-Starr appeared as a playable character in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. He is first found in the Hall of Justice in a side quest, requesting the player to keep enemies from attacking him until he counts to 10. He later appears in Yismault, where Catwoman requests the player to help find a place which could be his territory.
- Dex-Starr appears in Justice League Action.
- Dex-Starr appears in Injustice 2.
- Dex-Starr first appeared in the Injustice 2 prequel comics. In this incarnation, Dex-Starr originated when his owners were killed by Amazo as part of Ra's al Ghul's rebalancing of the planet. When Batman and his team tries to take him with them, the cat hisses in refusal before being abandoned. Shortly afterwards, a Red Lantern ring gets into Dex-Starr as their member.
- Dex-Starr appears in Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.
- Dex-Starr appears in Lego DC Super-Villains.
- Dex-Starr appears in DC Super Hero Girls.
- Dex-Starr is the only Earth animal Red Lantern to date.
- Dex-Starr is the only Red Lantern that at the beginning did not kill everyone he meets, and did not need the Red Lantern blood pool.
- It is unknown if Dex-Starr's four brothers are still alive.
- Dex-Starr is the only Red Lantern to wear the ring on his tail (because he cannot wear on his finger because he's a cat, and his fingers are too thick and small).
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