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Two drawings that I've did on Dee Dee's Asian friend, Lee Lee, from Dexter's Laboratory
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27-Jul-2010, 12:44 PM
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We all know I'm talented, even on the internet or so.


TV's Frink said:

it sounds as if tim suffered brain damage as a baby


Well actually, as a baby, I got hit in the forehead by a stone that was sent flying through the air by a runaway lawnmower or so, and I have to be rushed to a hospital by helicopter or so. That was in 1992, a year after I was born in 1991.


Anywho, I have just changed the title of my Dexter's Laboratory movie franchise or so very recently. The Dexter's Lab movie franchise of mine will no longer be called this:

It shall now be called that:

P.S. This may not to be confused with, and, therefore, may not be related and/or connected to and/or associated with Nickelodeon's Avatar: The Last Airbender or James Cameron's 2009 3D Science Fiction movie of the same title (identically titled AVATAR), and I do believe that the word "avatar" is not a copyrighted word after all, but rather an ancient word from India, meaning the fleshly incarnation, or the descent to earth, in humanoid or animalistic form, of a divine being like Vishnu, the deity of the Hindus of India.


And I think in that Dexter's Lab movie franchise or so of mine, Dee Dee's Asian Friend, Lee Lee (who is a cartoon, or simply put 'toona'kaiya' as my Dexter's Lab movie production should refer to them) should not only be the central female character in The Dexter's Lab: Avatar Cycle, and not only the central female focus and heroine, but also the 'Avatar' of the title, a earthy and spirtual earthbound Asian female heroine and warrior girl that should lead the fight against the evil Dark Forces of the Dark Lord Mandark, who according to an ancient prophecy, Lee Lee is also destined to destroy in the volcanic fires where Mandark was made and from which Mandark was born.