dexter's laboratory


American animated series by Yoh Yoshinari (吉成 曜) 

Fanart illustrations by Little Witch Academia director and key-animator in: Gurren Lagann, Evangelion, FLCL, KILL la KILL, One Piece, P&SWG, etc. Including Teen Titans, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Lab, Kim Possible and more (classics). Search! 

Okay, but can we talk about Kimberly Brooks for a moment?

I mean, she’s one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen. Like seriously,




Not only that, she also is incredibly talented. She has voiced many characters such as

  • Jasper (Steven Universe)
  • Allura (Voltron: Legendary Defender)
  • Stormy (Winx Club)
  • Sarasim (Teen Titans)
  • Luna (What’s New, Scooby-Doo?)
  • Mee Mee (Dexter’s Laboratory)
  • Buena Girl (¡Mucha Lucha!)
  • Ashley Williams (Mass Effect)
  • Batgirl (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
  • Daisy Fitzroy (BioShock)

And that’s just a few. Most of the time, you can’t even tell it’s the same person.

What I’m trying to say is that Kimberly Brooks is, without a doubt, an underrated voice actress, and she deserves more love.

Edit: Added even MORE characters, thanks for pointing them out!

Reblog if these guys were a big part of your childhood as well.

Targetop-10 Cartoon Network Nostalgic Shows

(running 1995-2005, lets remember sweet old times)

10. Johnny Bravo (1997)

9. Ed, Edd ‘n’ Eddy (1999)

8. Time Squad (2001)

7. Powerpuff Girls (1998)

6. The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (2003)

5. Codename: Kids Next Door (2002)

4. Samurai Jack (2001)

3. Dexter’s Laboratory (1996)

2. Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends (2004)

1. Courage the Cowardly Dog (1999)



I learned that Christine Cavanaugh, the woman who did the voice of Dexter’s Laboratory’s Dexter (among others) passed away a couple of weeks ago.

I felt quite sad because Dexter’s Lab has been one of my favourite cartoons as a kid (I still remember a lot of lines from numerous episodes) and probably the one that helped me a lot to learn english (I’m French and when I was growing up, Cartoon Network used to be only in English, even when broadcasting in France).

So this little comic strip is my humble way to pay a tribute to the woman who made me learn a little and laugh a lot.

Rest in peace, Christine.