Let me ask you a couple of questions, folks. Do you like uppercuts? Do you like snake people who have trouble figuring out when to stop saying the letter S? Do you like it when there are people who have their own first names tattooed across their chests just in case they forget? If you're like me, the answer to all three of those things is "yes," and that means that I have some very good news for you: You can find all of those wonderful things in the pages of Mortal Kombat X #19, available digitally this Sunday.
The series has been filling in the backstory of the game, and this time around, Shawn Kittelsen, Igor Vitorino, Oclair Albert and Veronica Gandini are revealing the origin of Outworld. Check out a preview!
DC Digital's Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman must be doing decent business, as the publisher announced a second digital Wonder Woman title at the Download This panel at New York Comic-Con on Sunday; Wonder Woman '77, inspired by the hit 1970s Wonder Woman TV show starring Lynda Carter. The series follows the digital-first format of the Batman '66 comic, which is based on the 1960s Batman TV show.
Written by Marc Andreyko and illustrated by various artists, Wonder Woman '77 will launch in December with a six weekly installments that will later be released in print. Further Wonder Woman '77 stories are expected to follow in the future.
Walk into any of the hundreds of comic shops around the country and it won't be long before you hear a classic "Who would win in a fight, X or Y?" debate. The folks at Super Power Beat Down and Bat In the Sun are asking the same questions, but they're backing it up with research and simulations.
Take a look at the video below, which determines whether Mortal Kombat's Scorpion or the White Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers would emerge victorious from a throwdown. The White Ranger is already starting out with an advantage: Jason David Frank himself is arguing for the character he played. Scorpion only gets Matthew Mercer, the voice actor for Stryker in the latest Mortal Kombat game. In the video, White ranger is played by Alvin Hsing, while Scoprion is played by Peter Jang. See the clash of titans play out after the cut.
Those of you who aren't fans of Scorpion's new Jim Lee-designed costume (and apparently there are a lot of you) in the Injustcie: Gods Among Us game likely thought that was the biggest Mortal Kombat news of the week. But there was far bigger buzz relating to the video game franchise. I speak, of course, of handmade Mortal Kombat flip books.
Chris Sims: Welcome back for the second round of our in-depth review of 1995's Mortal Kombat! When we last left off, things had finally gotten interesting when Scorpion and Johnny Cage had a fight so intense that one of them exploded twice. It'll be great if this is a trend that co
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome back to our series of movie reviews focusing on the cinematic classics based on fighting games. This week, it's time to TEST OUR MIGHT as we take on 1995's Mortal Kombat!
Matt Wilson: Congratulations, everyone who voted for the video game movies. We're all going to have that theme music stuck in our heads for two weeks.Chris: I think that's act
On the off chance you haven't heard about it during the months of promotion, DC's next foray into video games isInjustice: Gods Among Us, something that people allegedly care about. Personally, as someone who grew up in the '90s as a di
It appears that 2013 is going to be the year of the DC Comics fighting game. Joining Little Orbit's upcoming Young Justice: Legacy fighter will be NetherRealm Studios' new mainline DC title, Injustice: Gods Among Us, a new brawler that -- judging from Gamespot's trailer -- will include massive destructive environments and at least 28 playable characters including Superman, Bat
Depending on how old you were when the first Mortal Kombat movie opened in 1995, the film's awesome techno theme song may or may not evoke memories of your fifth grade classmates filming horribly choreographed battles and/or super awkward dance videos on their parents' camcorders. I cherish such splendidl
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