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Dexter's Laboratory is hilarious.

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one of my top three favorite shows on cartoon network
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I loved this show!
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i love this xD
timbox129 Featured By Owner May 27, 2011  Student Filmographer

I love that show. And that show is Dexter's Laboratory. And my favorite characters from Dexter's Laboratory are Lee Lee and Mee Mee (Dee Dee's Asian and Black friends), Dexter, Dee Dee and Mandark, even though I like Dee Dee's friends, Lee Lee and Mee Mee most.

And someday, UltimAXE, I'll be making and even directing, writing and/or producing a big screen, big budget, live action/animated mythic epic fantasy action adventure Dexter's Laboratory movie project with the Dexter's Laboratory characters (and those from the Powerpuff Girls) realized and brought to life as traditional 2D animated characters in real-world live action, miniature and/or digital environments (complete with highlights and shadows), a vast canvas on the scale of Wagner's Ring Cycle, an serious, powerful and dramatic epic tale of good and evil which might take a dozen (twelve) movies (each running to a duration of three hours or more or so, but all 12 of which should be made back-to-back and concurrently) to tell in full the whole story.

The epic live action/animated Dexter's Laboratory movie project which should be planned as a multi-picture film franchise or so (released in twelve parts or so, but made back-to-back, and on 35mm Panavision anamorphic and 15/70mm IMAX motion picture film, with additional shooting along the way) should combine traditional 2D hand drawn animation, with live action, CGI, animatronics, and many more special and visual effects techniques and technology, some using the latest and newest digital technology, and others as old as cinema and animation itself.

Although Dexter and Dee Dee may appear in my Dexter's Lab movie project, I think the leading female character and the heroine of my Dexter's Lab movie project, should be Lee Lee, the Asian friend of Dee Dee, Dexter's sister, and who, as The Avatar, is charged with protecting the peoples of her world from the evil forces of the Dark Lord, Mandark (Dexter's Rival in Dexter's Laboratory).

Lee Lee is also the protector of Dexter, who must accompany Lee Lee to the fires of Mount Nostradamus, where Mandark first emerged after or during a mythic struggle between the gods, led by Natowodin, and their enemies, the titans, led by Tarogoth. Only in the fires of Mount Nostradamus would Mandark be killed and destroyed and thus the world be saved.

Dexter and Lee Lee were joined on their quest by Dexter's sister, Dee Dee, and her black friend, Mee Mee.

The road to Mount Nostradamus is fraught with peril. A legion of snarling bloodthirsty prehistoric predators (T-Rexes, Raptors, the occasional Spinosaurus and/or the like), robots, Strong Borgs (demons), ferocious fire-breathing dragons and the like try to destroy Dexter, Dee Dee, Lee Lee, and Mee Mee under the order of Mandark, the very dark lord who desires to rule the world.

As for the musical score, it should be an epic cinematic musical score that should incorporates traditional orchestral, electronic, and ethnic and exotic instrumental and vocal musical sounds (Back to you, UltimAXE, based on what I'm saying about what I wanted the musical score for my Dexter's Lab movie project should sound like, what would it remind you of and what should it sound like to you?)

As for the sound work, I think Skywalker Sound should be responsible for it even with a 7.1 audio mix or so.

Among my backers for my Dexter's Lab movie project should include Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, Cartoon Network, Legendary Pictures and/or Regency Enterprises and/or the like or so.

And as for which visual effects company by means of which to intergrate the traditional 2D animated Dexter's Laboratory and Powerpuff Girls cartoon characters (or “Toona’kâiya”, as the production should refer to them, even in the credits) into live action, miniature, and/or digital environments (complete with tones, shadows and highlights), I should turn to Peter Jackson's Weta Digital and/or the like for the traditional 2D Dexter's Lab cartoon elements, and George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic (ILM for short) for the traditional 2D Powerpuff Girls Cartoon elements.

Not only is it going to be one of, if not the biggest, most ambitious film project the world should ever see since AVATAR (the James Cameron movie, not the Nickelodeon show) and Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings, but hopefully, it should be one of, if not, the biggest, hottest, even the most phenomenal cinematic success stories or so even in recent Hollywood memory or so.

That project, UltimAXE, should be called "Dexter's Odyssey".

And I'll show you what the logo for Dexter's Odyssey may look like:


Sorry it is a long comment, and sorry I am rambling on and being off topic, UltimAXE, but would Dexter's Odyssey be great or awesome or what?

UltimAXE Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You've certainly thought about this a whole helluva lot. But, hey, if you're gonna dream, then dream big. Best of luck to you.
Thunder-Fish Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
The wrench is begger than he is! Awesome!
UltimAXE Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's just how Dexter rolls.
And thanks.
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