Mortal Kombat: Legacy Web Series Episode 8 (of 9)


Hard to believe, but Kevin Tancharoen’s 9-part “Mortal Kombat” web series is already at episode #8, which means there is only one more to go. I get the feeling the last part is going to be less about the actual tournament, and more of a “coming together” sort of episode, which would then lead off into another web series or, if the suits at Warner Bros. likes what Tancharoen has done so far, an honest to goodness “Mortal Kombat” movie. We can only hope, right, MK fans?

With the Shirai Ryu clan murdered by the hands of Sub-Zero and the Lin Kuei, Hanzo Hasashi has failed to protect his village. With his eternal soul destined to rot in the depths of hell, he is visited by a mysterious sorcerer. Will vengeance be enough to get Scorpion to enter the Mortal Kombat Tournament?

Starring Ian Anthony Dale as Scorpion, Kevin Ohtsji as Sub Zero, and Johnson Pham as Shang Tsung.


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  • Dedpool

    From what i’ve read and heard yeah he’s prepping for a secnd webseries, focussing on Liu Kang, Kung Lao, and probably Shang Tsung setting up the tourney. I may the only one who has liked all of these but oh well. I think his vision is really quite good, and he’ done a good job of taking the bakground stories and flehing them out and showing u all the stuff we read about or that is referenced but was never really seen.

  • 0ptik

    Some of these webseries was, imo, great background stories. But i feel like they are not showing what was shown in the teaser. Too much has changed from the teaser and i dont think its what people expected. I really would have liked it better if it stayed true to the teaser and not redefine the already redefined MK universe.

    • Dedpool

      The teaser wasn’t actually FOR this. It was just made to get some attention and it worked. If he had gone the way he was going, t woulda jut turned into “Freaky Dude Kombat” and lost alot of what makes MK what it is. Yes the violence is at the forefront, but the tory itself is what set it apart from other fighting games. To ignore all of the fantsy stuff and just ground it mostly in reality would be bad, and then any mystical or fantasy aspects would feel shoehorned in.

  • Lexavi80

    WOW!!!!!. THE BEST SO FAR!!!!!!!!