After horrifically disfiguring himself and massacring the rest of the Shirai Ryu, Fox, possessed by an unknown force, implores Takeda to finish Scorpion... or suffer the same fate as the rest of his clan!
I'm really interested to see where this story goes because as of right now, each issue keeps getting better and better. We actually feel like we have a beginning to our story here and it was nice to see a little background of characters that not everyone might be familiar with. I also can't wait to see what other characters will be brought in because I just really want to see Dexter Soy draw them.......... His work coupled with Veronica Gandini's colors is amazing. Read Full Review
I'm not surprised that MORTAL KOMBAT X can hold a reader's attention without them feeling alienated due to the dense mythology and backstory that comes along with it. Kittelsen is obviously a fan of this world and presents it to the reader in an easy to access way. On top of that, Soy and Gandini deliver some beautiful art too. If you're a fan of Mortal Kombat, there's no reason not to be reading this. It's only 99 cents and awesome. Read Full Review
Overall,Mortal Kombat X has the feel of something created by fans for other fans. It has the problems and general aesthetics of a book created by amateurs but very enthusiastic amateurs who are generally glad to be making the comic. That doesn't necessarily make it a good series, though certainly getsthere if you arean active Mortal Kombat fan. The series leaves a lot to be desired and won't really win you over, but if you do like the series I get the sense you'll probably enjoy this comic too. Read Full Review