Mandark (The voice of Mandark)
do not own Dexter’s Laboratory, but I do wish it was returned to it’s
former self,like season one and two.
one can wish for the reserruction of the death of one of America’s
most loved cartoons of the nineties. We salute you Dexter.
on with the story.
does it feel to be one of the beautiful people? To be loved and known
and worshipped like some kind of saint or goddess? To be respected
like one of the greats? I always wanted people to force that energy
on me, and I shall obtain it in any way possible.
were the thoughts of a raven-haired child, most likely at the age of
ten, as he pondered while looking at the world from out of a school
bus window. This child was lanky, thin from his vegetarian diet – one
thing he thought in his life to be bittersweet- and conformed the
typical stereotype of the well-renouned nerd with his dark-rimmed
glasses, butchered haircut, mismatched apparel, and his seclusion
from anything social. The nerd stereotype would be dead on if he
carried the perfect name of the geek: Dexter.