By day he's the President, Publisher, and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics, but by night -- or art live stream -- Jim Lee is the highly talented artist behind iconic comic book runs of Batman, Superman, X-Men and more. He recently turned his hand to one of MK's best known assassins. Take a look!
Last August marked thirty years since the official arcade release of the first Mortal Kombat -- meaning we're right in the middle of a pearl jubilee year! With anticipation growing for an upcoming sequel, Warner Bros Games has paid homage to the franchise with new official posters. Take a look:
For over six years the dedicated team over at Uppercut Editions has tirelessly poured resources into one of the most ambitious fan projects to date. Their Mortal Kombat Encyclopedia Project has showcased what true passion and dedication can entail. The Mortal Kombat franchise has seen many different kinds of memorabilia and licenses throughout its many decades of existence, but one item that has always been missing was a centralized resource encompassing all of the lore and story behind the beloved franchise. The idea of having a coffee table type book detailing every single game, character, and unique facts throughout Mortal Kombat’s history has been a dream for almost every collector.
We're becoming accustomed to the worlds of WWE and Mortal Kombat sharing a mutual orbit. NetherRealm Studios developed the WWE Immortals game, sent Johnny Cage into the ring, and even invited several wrestlers to the launch of Mortal Kombat 11! It's little wonder then that a couple of WWE stars chose popular kombatants for this year's Halloween costumes! Take a look:
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is the online multiplayer sensation taking the world by storm! Its squat mascot characters are ripe for novelty skins -- and one fan has taken it upon themselves to create the perfect Mortal Kombat crossover! Take a closer look:
Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath will bring the playable roster up to a robust 34 characters, but as die hard fans know - there are dozens more in MK's three decade long canon! They can't all appear in every game, but you can find most in the ultimate Mortal Kombat Seek & Find! Take a closer look:
Takahashi Takeda was one of the exciting new generation of fighters introduced in Mortal Kombat X, and although he's sadly missing from the latest installment of the game, kommunity interest has propped up a commisioned piece by Japanese artist Eiji Shiroi that is sure to please!
PlayStation now has a new Mortal Kombat 11 PS4 Theme you can download completely for free from the PlayStation Store! The "Kommunity Art" offering features the work of digital artist BossLogic. Take a look: