Scorpion vs. Raiden! Red Dragon vs. Black Dragon! And a powerful new threat emerges! You do not want to miss the blood-soaked finale of our first story arc! The Mortal Kombat X comic series is the prequel story to the upcoming Mortal Kombat X game, NetherRealm Studios’ next highly anticipated installment in its legendary, critically acclaimed fighting game franchise. The game will available April 14, 2015.
Written by SHAWN KITTELSEN
Art by DEXTER SOY and DANIEL SAMPERE
Cover by IVAN REIS
On sale MARCH 11 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US
RATED M • DIGITAL FIRST
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) announcing that MORTAL KOMBAT: CONQUEST – THE COMPLETE SERIES, including all original 22 episodes from the first and only season, will be available on DVD on March 31, 2015!
Check out box art and product details below!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
EMBARK ON THE JOURNEY TO PROTECT THE EARTH REALM AS WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES
MORTAL KOMBAT: CONQUEST – THE COMPLETE SERIES
ON DVD MARCH 31, 2015
Featuring All 22 Original Episodes from 1998’s First and Only Season in a 4-Disc Set
BURBANK, CA (December 10, 2014) – Forces of good and evil clash to determine who will claim victory in the fateful tournament as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) releases Mortal Kombat: Conquest to own on DVD for the first time since the series debuted in national syndication in 1998. Set to release in time for the debut of the franchise’s next
WWE and Warner Bros. Interactive today announced WWE Immortals, a free-to-play mobile game developed by Mortal Kombat studio NetherRealm in association with Phosphor Game Studios.
Due to launch worldwide in 2015, WWE Immortals is coming to iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android devices. Unfortunately, WWE and Warner Bros. aren't sharing many details about the game. All we know is that it will "feature epic Superstar battles in a fantastically re-imagined WWE world."
WWE and Warner say further details, including information about gameplay features, will be announced sometime ahead of WWE Immortals' release next year. We also don't have any images or video to look at, so the picture of gamer-guy Big Show above will have to do for now.
This time Shaun Himmerick speaks on MKX game modes, returning and exclusive kharacters:
There’s brutal and then there’s Mortal Kombat. Once the ninth installment revitalized the franchise and catapulted the series back to the forefront of competitive gaming, expectations were high. With Mortal Kombat X in the spotlight, and lines of people gathering to play a single round at PlayStation Experience, things are shaping up to be better than ever. That’s why we decided to pull Mortal Kombat executive producer Shaun Himmerick aside during PSX and ask him a few questions about the upcoming game.
[Hardcore Gamer] How strict will MKX adhere to continuity of the last game, specifically as it relates to dead characters?
[Shaun Himmerick, NetherRealm Studios] Well, the last game is canon, and we’re playing pretty strict to that. However, we do have Quan Chi in the game, who is a sorcerer, so, during the last Mortal Kombat game he resurrected some characters who are now kind of revenants — from the dead he resurrected them and they could fight against you. They looked a little zombie-esque, revenants as we call them, so that is a possibility in the game. Now, in the lore of Mortal Kombat, Quan Chi has resurrected various people from the dead and they’ve returned in various forms that don’t always work, because his technology isn’t the greatest, right? So, there are ways to bring back people. They may not be perfect or as they have ever... [Read More]