If you’re not familiar with Troma Entertainment’s legendary character Dolphinman, prepare to be caught up.
The aquatic mammalian hero created by “Guardians of the Galaxy” co-writer and director James Gunn in the ’90s made a comeback in the summer of 2015 when Troma premiered “The Return of Dolphin Man,” which was followed by “Dolphinman vs. Turkeyman,” a Thanksgiving special. Now, Troma Entertainment writer-director John Brennan is back with his latest sex-scapade, the short film, “Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters.”
Here’s the official synopsis.
When Kabukiman contracts a terrible STD called “Sex-Lobsters” and spreads it all over Tromaville, nobody knows who to blame or how to take the toxic mutant pests down! Only Dolphinman can find the cure and save the day.
Troma Entertainment is an independent movie studio in North America established in 1974 by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz. The company’s credits include “Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead,” “The Toxic Avenger,” and Trey Parker’s “Cannibal, the Musical.”
Last month, Joe Fleishaker, the 500-pound actor known as “Troma Entertainment’s biggest action star” died at the age of 62, IndieWire reported. “He was a great actor and a great friend,” Kaufman wrote in a Facebook post. “Toxie weeps. RIP Joe, Troma will never be the same without you.”
Check out a trailer for “Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters” below.