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  • Blog Post: New Video Examines The Science Behind Sub-Zero's Spine-Ripping Fatality

    One YouTube team has taken the time to see if it’s really possible to emulate Sub-Zero’s spine ripping fatality from Mortal Kombat. Host Jake Roper and the team at Vsauce3 took it upon themselves to learn just how much force is necessary to pull off the infamous final move. Turns out you... More
  • Blog Post: Mezco Toyz Announces Sub-Zero Ice Clone Figure For Pre-Order May 12

    Mezco Toyz has announced its Summer Exclusive Sub-Zero Ice Clone from Mortal Kombat X, which will be available to pre-order on May 12. The translucent blue figure, which is 6 inches in height and features 23 points of articulation, depicts one of Sub-Zero's most dastardly moves from Mortal Kombat... More
  • Blog Post: Dudes In Hoodies Duke In Out In Real Life Mortal Kombat

    Sure, you've seen real-life versions of fighting games a hundred times, but do they every really get old? This real life Mortal Kombat video is pretty fun, even if it commits the classic Hollywood faux pas of having people play a modern game using a classic video game system. Check out this modern... More
  • Blog Post: Exclusive: Preview Of Sub-Zero’s Origin Story In Mortal Kombat X Comic

    The Mortal Kombat franchise has a surprising amount of story for a fighting game. The background of events to the Mortal Kombat X game is detailed in a recent DC Comic based on the game. Chapter 16 details the secret origin of Sub Zero. In Shawn Kittelsen's Mortal Kombat X, readers will find out... More
  • Blog Post: A New Sub-Zero Statue Can Be Yours For $700

    Pop Culture Shock Toys has opened up the pre-order page for its upcoming 1:3 scale Sub-Zero statue (although you can't pre-order until April 6). Standing in at 28" inches in height and weighing 25 pounds, this impressive sculpt is equipped with an LED ice ball and a removable bloody spine. Pop... More
  • Blog Post: Mezco Unveils Huggable Kombatants For Mortal Kombat X

    This October, Mezco is releasing plush versions of Mortal Kombat X's Scorpion and Sub-Zero. These adorable, yet somewhat terrifying, plush toys stand in at 8" in height and retail for $15 each. Pre-orders are already up and running. Mezco also unveiled bobblehead verison of Scorpion and Sub... More
  • Blog Post: New Album To Feature Music Inspired By Mortal Kombat

    Producer JFK (of MSTRKRFT and Death from Above 1979) has joined forces with WaterTower Music and Teenage Riot Records to bring out Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired by the Warriors. The songs were done by some prominent electronic musicians including MSTRKRFT, Tokimonsta, Harvard Bass and Congorock. Three... More
  • Blog Post: Sub-Zero Is A Bit Of A Showboat

    Don't let looks deceive you: There are more than just monks watching the fights in Mortal Kombat. As this clip from Dorkly shows, perhaps some of those people should have stayed home. It's bad enough that Scorpion got his head pulled off, but is that something that his poor family needed to be... More
  • Blog Post: Sub-Zero Struts His Stuff In Cool New Video

    Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new video for its upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot, and this one focuses on the Smurf-colored Sub-Zero. Watch as he freezes the ground and slides, roots enemies to the ground with ice, and even summons a pair of razor-sharp icicles. Stick around for the whole thing... More
  • Blog Post: New Mortal Kombat Trailer Shines A Light On Sub-Zero

    What is a Sub-Zero? Is it some kind of plant-like object? Is it a mode of transportation? Perhaps it's an obscure medical procedure. Netherrealms and Warner Bros. Interactive know that people have a lot of questions regarding Mortal Kombat and its cast, and they're here to help. The clip below... More
  • Blog Post: Cosblog #32: Mortal Trio Photoshoot By TykeJack

    Successful cosplay has many components, one of the most underappreciated being a fantastic photographer. This photoset by photographer TykeJack stands out because of his ability to scout appropriate locations at a convention center (not as easy as it sounds) and for the believable post production work... More
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