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

After making its premiere over at Comic Con, the ninth and final episode of Kevin Tancharoen’s web series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” finally makes its premiere on the net. The final episode is surprisingly gory (via the operating sequence), and is another origins tale of MK fighters Sektor and Cyrax. I guess there was never really any intention of “completing” the series by eventually introducing the Mortal Kombat plot. Or somewhere along the way they forgot about that and just started doing origin stories. Go figure.

Cyrax and Sektor are chosen to be the future of the Lin Kuei by the Grand Master, but Cyrax is less than enthusiastic about giving his life over to a cybernetic transformation that will erase his memories and turn him into the ultimate fighting machine. When he discovers that the cyborg he is fighting seems closely familiar, Sektor must keep Cyrax focused on destroying Hydro, and not himself or their future…

Starring Shane Warren Jones, Peter Shinkoda, Darren Shahlavi, Serge Houde, and Colin Foo.

Here are the previous 8 episodes …



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  • Lexavi80

    I just saw one of the most exciting fight sequences combined with GCI I’ve seen.

    That was bad-ass!!. Great fight sequence, and the robots didn’t look dorky.

  • Drsftpork

    remember when this was supposed to be a feature length movie about how Detectives Jax and Blade enlist the seemingly undead Scorpion to help them uncover a network of serial killers, in exchange for the whereabouts of the man who “killed him”, Sub-Zero, and stumble onto a paranormal world of insanely violent death-matches, and have to fight, to the brutal death, to escape? I still would have rather seen that, with Slayer providing the original soundtrack

    • Drsftpork

      The thing they’ve always gotten wrong about this franchise is that it should be a brutal horror movie, not an action adventure/ martial arts flick, that’s what drew me to the original trailer. Don’t make it be about “the chosen one” fighting for honor, or to save the world, make it mostly about brutal, horrible survival, and kill almost everyone in the cast, both good and bad, with blood and gore like Kill Bill meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre. If done correctly, it should set the new record for bloodiest movie of all time. Are you seeing the possibilities, Mr. Tancharoen?

    • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

      That was his own personal vision that he made without WB. They saw it aand said wanna do more? But it has to be closer to the game storyline, but they still let him take some liberties. I really like what Tancharoen has done with the background stories/origins of the characters and think that if he ever got the chance to do a full length flick it’d be pretty much what you said. A dirty, bloody tournament with lots of killing. BUT with all that you still need a Hero or protagonist. I say follow Jax and Sonyas story for the action movie aspect, but follow Liu Kang and Kung Lao as well as Sub Zero and Scorpion for the martial arts/horror aspect.

  • Lexavi80

    The thing is that this was never supposed to be a feature length movie. It was made clear that it was going to be 9 Mortal Kombat episodes. But I understand the sentiment. They could develop this and make it a movie with a straight story.

    Episode 7 and 8 were the best!.

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

    THAT was sweet! Wish I had gotten signature move but that was great.

  • Melina

    PLEASE STOP MAKING RAIDEN A WHITE MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HE SHOULD LOOK MORE ASIAN LIKE BIG TROUBLE LITTLE CHINA. see picture posted. I really like the storytelling of Kitana and Mileena

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

      Agreed I’d like an Asian Raiden as well, or at least gimmie an asian american or at least an American who was heavliy influenced by asian culture and philosphy like David Caradine was. Personally I’d love to see Chow Yun Fat in the role. I think he’s old enough but not too old. If not him then Stephen Chow could pull it off.

  • Melina

    He looked like a DAMN fool in that hat. HE IS NOT Raiden.