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The Science of Mortal Kombat Ep. 5: Uppercut Krushing Blow

The uppercut has remained one of the most satisfying basic attacks Mortal Kombat has had to offer. Its chunky arcade logic has been a go-to for free hits, launchers, and even time efficient finishing moves -- but does it work in real life? The latest episode of The Science of Mortal Kombat is here to answer that question! Watch:

The Science of Mortal Kombat Ep 4: Get Over Here!

The Science of Mortal Kombat has been dragging the fantastic over-the-top attacks of Mortal Kombat into the cold light of day to bludgeon them with real-world practicality. After slaying several fatalities it's time to test one of MK's most iconic moves: Scorpion's so-called spear! GET OVER HERE (and watch):

The Science of Mortal Kombat Ep 3: Sub-Zero's Ice Axe

The Science of Mortal Kombat is testing the reality behind some of Mortal Kombat's most fantastic fatal finishers. The first episode examined the effects of Sub-Zero flash freezing a skull. Now its the strength of a cyromancer's axe that faces the test of Episode 3! Watch:

The Science of Mortal Kombat Ep 2: Skarlet's Blood Spikes

The first episode of The Science of Mortal Kombat tackled the shattering cold of Sub-Zero and its deadly effects. In Episode 2, they're exploring Skarlet and science of making hard blood spikes. Watch:

The Science of MK Ep 1: Sub-Zero's Head Shatter

What would really happen if Sub-Zero froze your head and punched the hell out of it? That's the question the first episode of The Science of Mortal Kombat sets out to ask. Watch:

The Science of Mortal Kombat Preview Trailer

Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and Nerdist have partnered to promote Mortal Kombat 11 with a new six-part webseries testing the science behind the game's deadliest fatalites. Get a taste of things to come in the series trailer:

Webseries Location Photo Reveals Erron Black & Scorpion

The ever elusive third Mortal Kombat webseries has seemingly granted its most revealing look yet with a trio characters photographed on set and in costume. Recently confirmed Erron Black actor [full story] Ray Park features sans mask in the image below:

Star Wars Actor Confirms MKX Webseries Role

If you weren't distracted by holiday cheer in December, you may have noticed actor Ray Park confirming a role in this year's Mortal Kombat webseries!

The Scottish born martial arts actor has played starring parts in X-Men, G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra and The King of Fighters, but is best remembered for his portrayal of dual lightsaber wielding Sith Lord Darth Maul in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

According to tweets to fans, he donned the hat and twin pistols of sensational Mortal Kombat X newcomer Erron Black for this year's live-action webseries!

Live-Action Webseries Scheduled for Release Early 2016

It was first announced late in 2014, and confirmed completed this past August. Now, according to director Garrett Warren, the third Mortal Kombat live-action webseries finally has a release schedule for early 2016!

Speaking to a fan on Twitter, Garrett said, "It is scheduled to be released early next year." Adding in reply to another fan, "I have been told that it will be released early next year."

Given the bumpy ride to completion the third series has appeared to have, it's understandable that this isn't the most convincing of confirmations. Two previous series, directed by Kevin Tancharoen, were noted for their low budget, and fast shooting to release schedule.

An early 2016 release positions the series -- rumoured to be called Mortal Kombat: Generations -- somewhere opposite downloadable content extras released as Kombat Pack 2. The pack introduces Bo' Rai Cho to the Mortal Kombat X playable roster: a character believed to have a prominent role in episodes starring Lewis Tan as Kung Jin [read more].

Lewis Tan is Kung Jin in New Webseries Photo

New character Kung Jin will make the leap from video game to live-action series when actor/model Lewis Tan debuts in Mortal Kombat X. The actor confirmed his role via Instagram, sharing a new photo in costume as the thief turned Shaolin Monk. It confirms popular speculation about his role sparked by previous photos.