Perfect Kirby is an internet flash series that is somewhat of a crossover between Perfect Dark and Kirby. Kirby is a vigilante, and one night, receives a mysterious phone call and is taken by force to become a secret agent for an organization known as The Institute. He thus gets involved in crazy schemes such as Xboxes being smuggled into England, kidnapped Aliens in Area 52, and saving the president in Alaska.There are many cameos from video game characters and some surreal humor. The series is a three part epic made from 2002 to 2003. It can be viewed on Newgrounds.
Kirby: Just a bunch of boxes. Wait a minute - Bill, Xboxes, England, waffles, Xboxes, Bill, Bill, Xboxes, England, SMUGGLING... Oh my God! Oh my God! A penny!
However, he does realize what's going on the next second.
Big Bad Friend: Defied with Bill, Kirby's next door neighbor and the Big Bad in Episode 1. When Kirby confronts him, he insists that they're friends, but Kirby points out that they've known each other for two weeks, and he indicates that he finds Bill an annoyance.
Disproportionate Retribution: Roy fires Professor Oblivion because the coffee was "bland and cherry flavored" (it turned out to be Kool-Aid). And he wants to take over the world so that he can be rid of Oblivion and his coffee.
Name's the Same: While the game features many Nintendo and Rare characters, Roy is not at all like the Roy from Fire Emblem in appearance or personality.
Noodle Incident: When getting his first phone call from Neill, Kirby insists that if he's calling about his TV, "the old lady was dead when (he) got there." There's also how Ian knows President Bush.
Only Sane Man: Kirby in episodes one and two (though he shares this role with Neil in the former); Ian in episode three.
Paper-Thin Disguise: In a flashback in Episode 3.1, Kirby and Joanna Dark were seen attending a villains' conference, and Kirby's only disguise was Luigi's hat. It fell off and everyone immediately identified him.
The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: While Kirby's out on missions, nearly getting killed and finding out secrets, people at The Institute are sitting around, playing board games or doing something else.
Trigger Happy: Kirby, before his induction into the Institute. Kirby was nabbing crooks nonlethally. But once he had a gun, it became the only way to solve ANY problem.
Red Herring: The Hippin' Jippin' Gene creates a deadly gas when combined with Oblivion's Kool-Aid, but Roy really wants the President so that he can clone him and, controlling him, take over the world.