(PG-13: Language) If Ari Gold represented video game characters instead of Hollywood big-shots, he might be something like the agent in Dorkly’s long-running animated series, which they’ve compiled into a single 11-minute-long clip for our enjoyment.
Who’s Bats’ greatest enemy? The Joker? Jason Todd? Himself? Dorkly imagines a much simpler answer that exposes Bruce for the insane and spoiled brat that he is. The funniest thing about this is that Neil Gaiman already made this joke.
Batman meets a thug who also lost his parents at an early age. They bond over their common experiences, like living alone in a mansion and spending your adult life punching your anger out instead of looking for more productive ways to help.
It’s easy to dismiss the first Death Star’s exhaust port as a hilariously overlooked weak point. But Dorkly comes to the defense of the battle station’s architect with some good counter-arguments. Bottomline, it’s hard to account for space wizards.
Mario’s bus drops him off at the wrong stop, and he ends up in the first level of Sonic the Hedgehog. Unfortunately, he lacks some of the skills needed to get through SEGA’s brightly-colored, hill and loop de loop filled world.