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Oct 15, 2001 | 10:17 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 16, 2001

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Author Comments

DK Project tells the story of two teenager secret agents, Dott and Kave. They have the mission to destroy any bad product delivered by the entertainment industry. These guys are violent, amoral and really funny.
Visit the site to find the complete story of this secret project: www.dkproject.com
DKProject´s credits are shared by three guys Ernesto Bottger, Luis Casuso and Roxana Vasquez

Reviews


TurkMcGurkTurkMcGurk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

rofl

that was great. i r like the part when he was getting attacked by teh spider and dog and everytime he got up u heard the ambient. and where the hell did the spider come from. w/e i <3 random sensless comedy



MativooMativoo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bloody brilliant

That was absoloutly great, it was the first one i watched on newgrounds and it convinced me to stay.



DreathDreath

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a Funny as Hell movie! Its Great!

This was a funny as Hell Flash Movie! Although Short its really entertaining. I esp. liked the "Yo Mama" part. I watched it like 6 times and it never gets old!



CHAN-MANCHAN-MAN

Rated 5 / 5 stars

haha

he just doesnt die.. hahah it was cool.. u have to make another one



lancidquaylancidquay

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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this is, i think, simply the best series of movies on NG EVER. i only started watching them today, and i love the idea of getting rid of all of the obnoxious "stars" that the milling crowd looks up to; because, frankly, they are just annoying, overpaid, drug-using, and media-induced people. think about it. no celebrity i know of has ever been arrested on drug charges because the public would think that was 'cool.'