Creator / Dom Fera
is an incredibly
talented filmmaker who releases his content on YouTube
. Initially gaining fame from a silly little series about lazers
, Dom quickly moved to short sketches and films, which have gotten progressively longer and better. He still releases sketches and animations every so often, and is currently also a regular guest on the film podcast Reasonable Beef
which is run by his longtime collaborator Tim Kish.
Works with their own pages include:
Tropes present in his works include:
- An Ass-Kicking Christmas: In a few of the Deck'd movies.
- Artistic License – History: Poked fun at in History Book.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Swine-Flu motherfucker.
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: The entire point of "Banana Shirt."
- Driven to Suicide: Zach apparently really can't stand "The Zach Song."
- Failure Is the Only Option: The point of the big long monologue from the preview for The Lazer Collection 7.
- Flight: People started to develop the ability to fly in his short film Away, leading the main protagonist to try to achieve it herself. She does, but after damaging her ankle in a failed attempt.
- Heh Heh, You Said "X": Pretty much the whole point of the "Genie with a Dirty Mind" sketches.
- Nobody Poops: Discussed in "Realism in Film."
- Precision F-Strike: The intro song from "Inappropriate Answers to Inappropriate Questions."
- As well as the mugger from "Dom Encounters a Rapscallion With a Weapon."
- "New Year's Surprise" has this little gem.
Dom: Goddammit, I overshot it! What year is it?
Jack Howard: 2012, it just turned 2012.
Dom: Haha fuck! Hahahahaha, good luck with that one! *time travels away*
- Only Sane Man: Many of the sketches with Tim Kish involve this, with Tim often playing a Cloud Cuckoo Lander. However, there are a few occasions where this is averted and Tim is the only sane man such as "Better Tim" and "Realism in Film."
- Serious Business: The puppy racing game in ''Kenny Bassender."
- Stylistic Suck: The Lazer Collection 4, in order to piss off people immediately demanding a followup to the popular third installment.
- Rant-Inducing Slight: All Reo has to do to set Dom off is sit there.
- "Bless You" has Dom and Khyan go to increasingly extreme lengths over each refusing to say "bless you."
- Darren misspelling Spider-Man prompts a lengthy ordeal in "Darren Apologizes."
- Going way back, "T.M.W.T.C.F.N.O." features a man punching Dom for complimenting his suit. He's The Man Who Takes Compliments From No One.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Dom's cat Reo is his in a few of his sketch videos.