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Timbox is back!

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Well, I'm back. It's been a long time since the last time I've been here.

Here are what three posters for my Dexter's Odyssey movie project might look like:

Also,  I may present to you a scene from the Dexter's Lab movie, Ego Trip:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWKWmpOYAto

 

Now, I've remembered Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip and I like it besides James Cameron's Avatar but nothing in Ego Trip is as epic as this battle between Dexter, Mandark and their future selves and/or what James Cameron describes as "the mother of all battles", the climatic battle/war in James Cameron's Avatar.

 

But there's a difference between these two movies. You see, while the Na'vi in James Cameron's AVATAR have come across as CGI and brought to life from actors' performances, Dexter, Mandark, and their future selves in Ego Trip are decidedly 2D traditional hand drawn cel animated cartoon characters.

But anyway, enjoy!

 

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timbox2.0 said:

But there's a difference between these two movies.

Just one?  Lol.

But regardless, welcome back Tim.

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TV's Frink said:

timbox2.0 said:

But there's a difference between these two movies.

Just one?  Lol.

But regardless, welcome back Tim.

 You, too, Mr. Frink. Anyway, what did you think of the three posters for my Dexter's Odyssey movie project or so? What do you see in these three images?

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Sorry.  Honestly, I have no interest in this project.  Just thought I'd give you a friendly hello.

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Well, I'll read you this excerpt from a Wagner's Ring cycle article from a December 1898 issue of Scribner's Magazine:

"Deep in the darkness falls the flood,

Falls the flow of the waving waters

Billowly black, and the three Rhine--

Daughters sink in the gulf of the Rhine below,

And worlds of water fail and fall----

Light is lost in the purple pall,

Gone the Rhine-gold's gleam and glow,

Wakes the woe of the wan-world's will,

Laughs the Nibelung far and shrill----

He who the light of love renouncing,

Wins the will of the world his own,

Works of the red Rhine-gold, his ring!"

So, what does it read like? What did it describes?