The Cyber Lin Kuei returned with a vengeance in Mortal Kombat 11! The initiative was reactivated in story to serve Kronika under the leadership of a newly converted Frost. The return treated us to the Lin Kuei Cyber Assembly arena, and non-playable appearances by Sektor and Cyrax. Take a closer look at the story mode fighters in recently discovered concept art:
A new Mortal Kombat feature film is currently in post-production, with a tentative release date for 2021, but long before cameras started rolling in Australia, there was another vision for an MK movie being overseen by director Kevin Tancharoen. His radically different take on Sub-Zero has revealed a glimpse into what might have been. Take a look:
When Mortal Kombat took the world by storm in 1992, one figure in particular loomed largely over the entire arcade! The legend of Goro created one of the game's most iconic images, but as John Tobias has revealed with original concept art -- that image could've been different in one significant way!
By and large Paul Neimeyer has been one of the unsung heroes of the twenty-seven year legacy of the first Mortal Kombat! As Logo Artist and Designer, he helped bring to life the lasting image of the first Mortal Kombat arcade cabinet! He recently unearthed original concept art sketches from his personal archive, perfectly preserved to give fans a glimpse into MK's arcade origins!
Art & concept house AtomHawk Design has continued its relationship with NetherRealm Studios, lending their world class talents to the design stage of Mortal Kombat X!
The UK based studio has been a visual representative for the series since Mortal Kombat (2011), creating memorable and iconic images similar to those released in a recent update of their online portfolio. Included in the update are design images of Shinnok, Raiden, Reptile, Erron Black & Johnny Cage.
Fans became enamoured with the work of artist Bernard Beneteau during production of Mortal Kombat X. His unofficial Ermac art captured the minds of fans [full story], "fan art" based on the character he helped design in 2011. Now, with Mortal Kombat X out, Beneteau is sharing work he did do for the game - production art for the highly sought after DLC Shokan: Goro!