World Premiere of Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters

Directed by John Brennan Released  TODAY on  Troma Now

Dolphinman, Tromaville’s Greatest BiSexual Super-Hero Refuses to Perform at Sea World,Despite Love for Dancing!  D-Man Stages Protest for

Acquatic Equality!  Everything Goes Swimmingly!
Brennan’s latest short movie, Dolphin Man Battles the Sex Lobsters stars Sgt, Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. among many other TromAll-Stars!
“You thought crabs were bad?! Lobsters are worse!”
In celebration of  June’s  LGBT Pride, Troma Now is highlighting a variety of sexuality themed movies and short films among its featured content for June. As an additional bonus, special extras are included every month and the World Premiere featured extra for June is Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters , it was announced today by Lloyd Kaufman, prexy of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger. 
Tromaville is under attack by mutant  villains  once again, and this time the merciless creeps are a nuisance that really hit you below the belt.

Doug Sakmann, as Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. (above) unwittingly spreads the Sex Lobsters throughout Tromaville by way of casual sex.
In the third short movie directed by John Brennan to star canonical Troma cast member “Dolphinman”, the mammalian super-hero is called upon once again to save Tromaville from a foe, a contagious biological invasion of sexually transmitted crustaceans called “Sex Lobsters”!
When notoriously promiscuous Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. waltzes into the story, it is no surprise that  the Sex Lobsters start to spread like wildfire, and everyone in Tromaville is feeling the burn! The romantic bi-sexual aquatic savior Dolphinman returns to Tromaville to fight the lobsters and bring relief from the unbearable itching and burning sensations befallen upon the town like a pat of extra-creamy butter.
With a Tromatic all-star lineup of cast members from the Troma past and future, including star of Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volumes 1 and 2, Zac Amico and Doug Sakmann, longtime bearer of the Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. mantle, and also introduces Amanda Flowers as the Sex Lobster Queen. Brennan’s movie is an  inventive  look into the Tromaville future while maintaining the mood and themes that surely originate from and define a Tromatic Masterpiece.
In Tromaville, Love knows no enemies or  inter-species   boundaries.
 Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D., always a cad on the prowl, reappears within theTroma-Sexual Extras in June on Troma Now this month, appearing this time in his self-titled episode series, Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner  in the special, also created  and directed by John Brennan, called, Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner: Behind the Chopsticks. Formatted as if it was a “Behind the Music” style mini-documentary, offering a first hand insider look into Sgt. Kabukiman’s rise and fall from stardom, namely a consequence of his sexual in-discrepancies.

Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters is the third short movie to be released since The Return of Dolphinmanin Summer of 2013.
Additional featured extras available to subscribers of Troma Now includeHorror Boobs, a compilation of the “breast” shots in Troma’s cinematic history, a PSA regarding hermaphrodites from creators of South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker and the behind the scenes casting video for Troma’s most recent lesbian love-romp action movie, Return to Nuke ‘Em High: Volume 1.