When you look at the DC Universe, you see a whole lot of people running around with ultra-powerful space rings, magic lassos, and cybernetic sound cannons. Like, a lot of people. It's actually at the point where you start to wonder why the government doesn't get involved and at least make someone get a license before they run around starting to shoot criminals with blasts of white noise. Well, now, in the pages of David Walker, Felipe Watanabe and Oclair Albert's Cyborg #9 it seems like they're actually getting around to it - at least where cybernetics are concerned.
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!
"Epic" is a word that's often thrown around before the phrase "sword and sorcery," probably because when there are wizards with white beards of formidable length abnd enchanted arms and armor and taverns that serve ale in wooden tankards, the stories that will follow are rarely succinct...