Pages tagged with Majoor Blaffinski

Kevin finds that the robot plan for Robbie 2 that he had been working on, has provided a nice supper for a furry friend.
Kevin Sweefarend and Majoor Blaffinski find something in the basement which they believe might just lead them to lots of buried gold and money!
Kevin has been getting all his stuff ready to go to high school. He now needs a white shirt. Mother suggested he goes to have a look in the basement at all Father and Kevin's brother's old shirts; perhaps he'll find something there and they won't have to go buy new shirts. Buying new...
That was quite some reflection on the past Kevin just did, and he closes his journal. Good heavens, such a lot has happened in life. And it's not over yet, but right now he can see the sun over in the West setting as it does, while the sound of the Night Train can already be faintly...
We all have our life dreams, just like Kevin Sweefarend. Kevin however feels that everything he wanted is out of reach, and that there is nothing in this life for him after all.
If you like noise and things falling over, you will love the latest clip from EENDAG I uploaded online.
Kevin and Majoor Blaffinski are speeding off on their motorcycle, determined to solve the puzzle and stop these calamities that have been hitting them like waves.
Kevin's home wasn't destroyed by the fire, fortunately. The fires approached from all sides but did not jump the perimeter fence. Kevin finds the place deserted. Majoor and him have something to eat.
It is the morning after the night of fire. The sun rises over a rather smokey earth. Smoke still rises from the earth here and there, among lots of ashes everywhere.
Flames... such dancing things of beauty and grace... aren't they purdey? Purdey as they are, they like to consume and destroy everything in their path! Want to see a movie scene with fire in it? We got one right here.
Eastward, forward! Kevin and Majoor Blaffinski are on a treasure hunt, prompted by what they believe to be a map, drawn up by his grandfather Barend Sweefarend long ago.
Very, very important for my movie EENDAG is to have a gripping opening sequence that people will remember. With this comes a lot of stress as I had to come up with a feel, a look, a logo that's simple, a song that's catchy yet simple, and the list goes on...
Usually people ask me what EENDAG means. I can translate it literally, but today I'm going to tell you exactly what it means to me.
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