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While it's currently unknown for sure if Timbox has discovered the fact that he has his own wiki here yet, he does have an account on Wikia, created on July 3, 2013 under the usual "Timbox129" name.
So far, his only posts on said account are in the comments section on the Dexter's Laboratory wikia's page for the episode "Tribe Called Girl".
Tribe Called GirlEdit
Hello. My name is Tim, and I'm new here.
Anyway, I know I am very familiar with Dee Dee's friends Mee Mee and Lee Lee.
But I always wanted to reboot this cartoon from the 90s--Dexter's Laboratory--as this:
Dexter's Odyssey, to be exact.
I wanted Dexter's Odyssey to be a multi-part(?) big screen, big-budget live action/animated dinosaur-infused epic blockbuster film project with 2D hand-drawn cartoon characters, CGI dinosaurs and live action locations as well as live actors.
And at the heart of this epic tale of mine--Dexter's Odyssey--will not only be Dexter himself, but also Lee Lee, the Asian friend of his sister Dee Dee:
Lee Lee, Dee Dee's friend, may be the one who called Dexter "cute", but I wanted Lee Lee in Dexter's Odyssey to turn out to be a legendary Mulan-type female warrior who, as the legend goes, has the power to save the world and destroy evil forever.
Also, in the show Dexter's Laboratory, Mandark is Dexter's rival neighbor, but in my Dexter's Odyssey movie idea, Mandark is basically like Sauron from The Lord of the Rings--complete with a volcanic lair, but with a fascination with and then abuse of high technology.
I also wanted Dexter's Odyssey to be a physical and emotional epic journey set in a imaginary world where dinosaurs, cartoon characters, and human beings inhabit it. It will see Dexter, his sister Dee Dee, and Dee Dee's friends Lee Lee and Mee Mee on a quest to stop the evil and powerful Mandark from enslaving the human and cartoon races of the world--since one of DeeDee's friends Lee Lee turns out to have the power to rid the world of Mandark's great evil and save mankind and toon-kind from death, destruction and catastrophe in the hands of evil.
As for Dexter's Odyssey, not since The Lord of the Rings will you ever find a tale so epic, battle scenes so grand, and action so fantasical (since this is an imaginary world full of humans, toons and dinosaurs), and not since Who Framed Roger Rabbit will you find a mix of live action and CGI as well as 2D hand drawn animation so seamless, realistic, believable and convincing.
But for now, I am just kidding.