The Mortal Kombat reboot film does a couple things better than the 95 one but also has some strange power ups, Mortal Kombat logo markings, pointless new characters and an overall odd roster.
Phelous is joined by Tabmok99 to review the animated version of Mortal Kombat 1’s story told more from Scorpion’s point of view. Also a lot of Johnny Cage’s!
I was sent an unfinished director’s cut edit of the 13th episode of Mortal Kombat Conquest. I go over the differences between this and the final edit.
It’s the Defenders of the Realm finale and the animation style has been changed up and there’s more of a story going on than usual. I guess they thought maybe they’d try a little at the end to try and get a 2nd season. That worked out…
Jax suddenly decides he’s tired of the endless fighting and quits. But his new girlfriend turns out to be an evil ninja working for Silly Kahn. Also Nightwolf is spying on everyone… and Ermac does nothing.
The Phantom of Kabal shows up to sweep Sonya off her feet and help her stop Kano’s evil plot of… doing something with a portal. But nothing can prepare you for Hideyoshi!
In 1996 Sirius Publishing released a CD based home video format geared towards people watching movies on the computer!
Sonya and Kitana have to go get an easily found sword for some evil woman but they surprise her by not giving it to her.
Shao Kahn brings Shang Tsung back to life so that he can play with an orb. This orb is part of a crossover which also ran through Street Fighter, Savage Dragon and Wing Commander Academy. Michael Dorn plays the Warrior King who is chasing this orb through all the shows.
It’s the introduction of Quan Chi before the video games even and it’s quite silly. Also it’s all about a gem that makes you angry or something.