my most favorite character from this picture is mee mee. i still love mee mee because i am compatible with her. i really don't want her to love another man because i trusted mee mee best. currently, she is 100% compatible with me because she went to dexter's lab, and got out the action replay life edition to hack her compatibility to 100 with me. i promise i won't offend timbox about my passion with dee dee and her friends. we want me and timbox to share the girls, ok? i feel downhearted because dexter's lab ended. dee dee, mee mee and lee lee are always my friends, but i really don't want them to divorce me. if you tell me i love mee mee, i will give you a big thank you. this message is not meant to offend timbox, ok?
Awwww. Very Cute. Very Cute indeed. I really want to and can't wait to bring back Dee Dee's friends, Lee Lee and Mee Mee for one of, if not, my greatest and most ambitious 2D traditional hand drawn/3D CGI hybrid animated feature film project yet, Dexter's Odyssey. It will be a 12-part, 48-hour Dexter's Laboratory and the Powerpuff Girls Cartoon Network crossover saga that will not only be as great and ambitious and technologically advanced as the old and new Disney animated classics (including Fantasia and the Lion King) as well as the Pixar films, and non-Disney animated classics like the Prince of Egypt (from Dreamworks) and the Iron Giant (from Warner Bros.), but will also directly adapt its look, style, depth, flavor, character designs, animation art styles and graphic, etc. from the first 2 seasons of Dexter's Lab, The Ego Trip Movie, the original pre-movie seasons of the Powerpuff Girls and even the Powerpuff Girls movie, even though it would be filmed like a live action movie (Dexter's Odyssey's highly advanced animation quality will also use lights and shadows in new ways to produce remarkable, lifelike, realistic, and naturalistic three dimensional effects, and will extensively pan and move the animation camera like a live action one to reduce a static look). It will combine the finest traditions of classical 2D hand drawn cel cartoon animation with the latest digital film and animation technologies (including 3D CGI and especially the first non-Disney use of their Deep Canvas software developed and used for Disney's Tarzan, Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Treasure Planet.) and will be made and presented in a 2.35:1 or 2.40:1 anamorphic widescreen format. The plot may tell of the great and epic journey of Dexter, Dee Dee, Lee Lee, and Mee Mee through a land of wonderous places, peopled with strange, fabulous and sometimes terrifying beings and creatures (one of, if not, the most terrifying of such creatures will be a ravenous and rampaging Tyrannosaurus Rex sent by Mandark to kill Dexter, Dee Dee and her friends) to reach Astronoma, the very realm of the evil Dark Lord, Mandark himself (who, according to legend, someone like Dee Dee's Asian friend, Lee Lee, would one day destroy in the volcanic fires that gave birth to Mandark). The music will employ traditional, electronic, contemporary and even ethnic instruments throughout the movie project. While the soundtrack (which will not only be full, natural, complete, rich, dynamic, exciting, realistic and organic, but will also require a massive and incredibly detailed film sound job involving editors, designers, and mixers from all over the world, with the bulk of the sound work for Dexter's Odyssey to be done at Skywalker Sound or so) will utilize more sound elements (including dialogue loops and sound effects) than any feature film in history (animated or live action or both) and especially the soundtrack in James Cameron's Titanic and it will also be mixed in Dolby Digital Surround EX and DTS ES and SDDS for theatres. I predict that before Dexter's Odyssey will be complete, I might uncharacteristically screen an unfinished, 48-hour work-in-progress version at a festival like the Cannes International Film Festival in France or so in 12 4 hour halves (I will do the same thing with the theatrical versions, dividing the 48-hour movie in 12 4-hour halves like before). By then, Dexter's Odyssey will be 75 percent complete or so, with the soundtrack nearly complete, and much of the animation intact, but with sections still penciled in or so, and others not animated at all and shown instead as a series of storyboard drawings or so and it will be just like the work-in-progress version of Disney's Beauty and the Beast screened at the New York Film Festival 18 years ago or so. Dexter's Odyssey will not only be Dexter's Laboratory and the Powerpuff Girls' comeback song or so, it would also be my magnum opus. Anyways, sorry for going off-topic and sorry for rambling on about my Dexter's Odyssey project, but great as well as cute artwork of Dee Dee, Lee Lee, and Mee Mee, SomePkmn-loving dude!