Today Dorkly asks, "What if the world's most popular websites were Pokemon?" Ash probably would have had a hard time collecting all of those gym badges with Pornotubeon at his side.
At least when you play as a video game character, that is.
View the full Dorkly comic below, but the ones above are highlights of how being a dog is just like being a video game character.
Aliens? Come on, guys. No one actually believes aliens are coming to kill all of you humans, with your multitudinous genitalia.
When you've been smoking as long as Mortal Kombat's resident grey ninja has been smoking, there's really only one way to kick the habit.
Banjo is a bear with a bird named Kazooie in his backpack. What is Banjo without Kazooie?
What, the fact that a low-level newspaper employee constantly made it onto the front page never bothered you? Who is writing this newspaper?
The self-destruct special move in Pokémon always made me wonder about how the creatures being ordered to kill themselves felt. Now we know.
What would you do if a powerful magician could make exact doll duplicates of everyone you know? Yeah, that's what I thought, so don't go looking down your nose at Robo for this little indiscretion.
Witness as the Dorkly folks bravely attempt to squeeze a little humor out of Chris Sawyer's classic amusement park sim. You'd think it'd be easy.
What, you expected the mighty warriors of Mortal Kombat to just dump the baby versions of their enemies in a landfill or something? That's not how you save Earthrealm.
Who runs the Mario Bros. plumbing business while Mario and Luigi are off busting ghosts, saving princesses, and teaching typing? Why it's-a-him, Giuseppe.
There are Pokémon players that take great pains to make sure they fight every NPC trailer that they cross paths with, but sometimes even the most dedicated fan can overlook the lowly Bug Catcher.
Filled with rusty meet hooks, jumping snakes, and the odd retractable bridge over a pit of bubbling lava, video game real estate isn't exactly burning up the market. Well, in some cases it is, but only literally.
Wait, what? I didn't pay for front row seats to the Mortal Kombat tournament just to be deprived of bloody entertainment!
At least that's what I imagine is running through the heads of the audience when Scorpion decides to forgo a fatality move. They've been robbed of the awesomely gruesome fatalities known to…
Being chased through a black-and-white forest filled with blowgun-wielding natives, dangling corpses, and the gigantic silhouette of a spider sure is creepy. If only the hero of Limbo had remembered to pack a flashlight.