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The Mortal Kombat X Comic is a series launched and published by DC Comics in association with NetherRealm Studios, serving as a prequel to its namesake. Read Mortal Kombat X [I] comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Get over here and read the entire digital-first series set before the events of 's hit game Mortal Kombat X! With this exclusive digital bundle, prepare.
Following the smash success of the online Injustice: Gods Among Us comics series, Mortal Kombat X is a digital first title, seeing the contents of the comic broken down into multiple chapters before a physical copy is released. The digital chapters can be downloadd at either https: The storyline of the comic takes place after the events of Mortal Kombat 's rebooted timeline, and follows the events of both featured characters in Mortal Kombat X and characters from Mortal Kombat' s long history, showing their place in the new timeline. Chapter One: Years ago, a great war between realms brought the universe to the brink of destruction. In their most desperate hour, Earthrealm's champions rallied in strength and spirit-saving their world from the forces of evil.
In their most desperate hour, Earthrealm's champions rallied in strength and spirit-saving their world from the forces of evil. In the years that followed, there existed a peace between realms for the first time since the Mortal Kombat tournaments began. But peace did not last for long Chapter Three: After horrifically disfiguring himself and massacring the rest of the Shirai Ryu, Fox, possessed by an unknown force, implores Takeda to finish Scorpion But when she finds herself in an illegal MMA deathmatch, Cassie must decide if she's ready for her first taste of Mortal Kombat!
Chapter Five: Cassie Cage must take down a surprise and deadly opponent--Frost! Meanwhile, Sonya's "discussions" with Kotal Kahn take an unexpected turn Chapter Seven: As the Outworld civil war reaches its breaking point, Emperor Kotal Kahn sends his most trusted warriors to take down the would-be Empress Mileena.
But what happens when a surprise kombatant joins the fight?
Chapter Eight: In an act of desperation, Kotal Kahn resorts to dangerous blood magic to take down the insurgents. But will it be enough to finish Outworld's champion? Chapter Nine: Sonya's back--and she wants her daughter! Meanwhile, Kano recounts his last encounter with Sub-Zero. Chapter Ten: It's Scorpion vs. Next, we have a randomly thrust in "sekret origin". So why, you may ask, am I giving this 4 stars? I already told you.
It was fun. It even had Scorpion say, "Round 1. If not Yes, they involve blood daggers that turn their wielders into psychotic savages. And yes, old characters from the Mortal Kombat videogame franchise make an appearance in one way or a Normally, the first paragraph of these reviews would be a brief synopsis in my own words rather than copying it from the back of the book.
And yes, old characters from the Mortal Kombat videogame franchise make an appearance in one way or another. The only guy who comes out of things breathing is Bo, a big dude in a suit who acts as Johnny Cage's personal bodyguard and goes off to protect Liu Kang under Cage's orders.
The Raiden and Kano miniseries has a decent hook, where Raiden brings in Kano and tries to drive him towards redemption by bringing up how he's the descendant of a hero who had slain a previous dark lord of Outworld many centuries ago. The writing is good, at least.
Sadly, most of the art is done by Kiki Chansamone, whose style is best described as taking Rob Liefeld and replacing all his muscles with lumps. Not only does he take out Goro singlehandedly, but he gets killed by Scorpion in a way that makes Scorpion look like the biggest weenie while Sub-Zero is a total boss.
The thing that bugged me about that comic the most? The rest of the time he just had his gross, craggy face showing.
Nobody wants to see that! It came out as a bonus for those who bought the home version of the game. The home version brought back Goro with no in-game explanation, so the comic actually covered it instead. Goro remained in the shadows out of shame for his loss to Liu Kang in the first game, only to reappear in response to Shao Kahn's death in hopes of helping bring peace to his race's home of Edenia.
Meanwhile, the sinister sorcerer Quan Chi acts as the herald to Shinnok and helps him take over Edenia and decimate Earthrealm's Elder Gods. Jax is in the game too, so they're kind of a bunch of assholes for having him get there on his own.
The comic was announced near the release of the game itself and the site showcasing it did a good job making it look impressive.
It had several preview pages of Walter McDaniel art with some shown in pencils and a couple partially colored. While there are colored pinups by various artists including Mark Texiera and Steve Pugh , the main story by Brian Hill and Walter McDaniel is entirely shown via pencils.
Like I said, rushed out the door. The story shows Onaga the Dragon King sitting on his throne while watching over various warriors who will each have a role to play.
Not exactly gripping, but the unfinished pencil art shows potential for what could have been a rad tie-in comic.
DC Universe, a tiny, little pamphlet that was only available if you got the game's special edition. A cosmic occurrence caused by Superman using his eye lasers on Darkseid during a teleportation escape at the same time as Raiden zapping Shao Kahn during another teleportation escape created Dark Kahn, a powerful amalgam of the two power-hungry emperors. Some end up in opposite worlds.
Some are overwhelmed by a force that makes them want to attack anyone and everyone in the vicinity. Some are drained of their power. Others are given enhanced power. Also, we see that the likes of Johnny Cage, Goro, Robin, and Aquaman are removed from existence, explaining their absences from the story. I mean, come on!
It writes itself! Regardless, the coolest thing to come out of that game was the box cover for the special edition. It made plenty of sense to do so. When the initial issues first came out, it was especially interesting to read because we had so few ideas on what the game was all about.
Certain new characters and old characters would show up and fans had to speculate on who would be in the game.