The cavalcade of works-in-progress from Syco Collectibles continues with previews of two more production models, during the week.

Third time's the charm for Sub-Zero, appearing in his second premium format statue from the company [pictured right], while DLC-turned-Komplete Edition cover idol, Skarlet, also joins the standard 10" polystone line-up.

Having been part of the 10" line with an ice summoning pose [more], and a Premium figure in standard idle stance [more]; this time Sub-Zero is following through on his attack, with a dynamic 18" sculpt referencing the classic spine rip fatality that has been a Mortal Kombat trademark since the beginning.

Sub-Zero's hapless victim is a disembodied Scorpion, technically making his fourth appearance in a Syco collectible, already his own Premium 18" figure, along with 1:2 scale bust, and recently reissued 10" standard.

Skarlet makes her collectible debut as a 10" statue with removable tendril set piece, referencing her already infamous blood letting fatality. Skarlet completes the quartet of fighting femme fatales associated with the klassic palette swap design, Kitana, Mileena, and Jade, already part of the 10" line. She appeared earlier in the week in a first-look preview on Syco affiliate, The Kombat Tabloid.

Skarlet, of course, never actually appeared in the original games, but was inspired by belated rumors of a red swap character, supposedly stemming from Mortal Kombat II. Skarlet recently made Mortal Kombat Online's Top 10 Hidden & Unlockable Characters, and was the subject of our lookback at MK's famous hoaxes and rumors.

Don't miss Mortal Kombat Online's first-look preview of updates to Motaro -- the statue chosen and redesigned by the MKOmmunity [full story]! For more questions about these products and more, consult the official Syco Q&A thread on the Merchandising forums. Get more updates and additional galleries by following @MK_Online and liking us on Facebook.