Auto Pilot is back once again for the summer and we’re kicking things off with the wonderfully insane martial arts show from 1995, WMAC Masters, that is like if Mortal Kombat and the WWE had a kid friendly baby as real life martial artists adopt wacky alter egos and compete for a shot to claim the Dragon Star.
Debuting in 1996, MK: Defenders of the Realm tied into both the first live action movie and Mortal Kombat 3, which debuted the year before, and followed Liu Kang, Sonya, Jax, Stryker, Raiden, Kitana and Sub-Zero as they defender Earthrealm from the invading forces of Shao Khan.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, we teamed up with the crew of the upcoming A Video Game Con to watch one of the worst video game movies ever made, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
We’re teaming up with the crew of the upcoming A Video Game Con to watch one of the most insanely bad video game movies of all time, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe talk about the new Mission Impossible, action movie character names, Sean Penn’s gun show, Annabelle, the return of the X-Files, Arnold vs Zombies and much more.
Set aside some time because all ten episodes of the Mortal Kombat Legacy II are here for your viewing pleasure as the more realistic and gritty Mortal Kombat tournament is underway with characters like Scorpion, Johnny Cage, Mileena, Ermac, Kenshi, Sub-Zero and Liu Kang going against each other in Outworld.
After the huge success of the first season, Mortal Kombat Legacy is returning to the web for a second season expanding the universe with more fighters, including Cary Tagawa reprising his role as Shang Tsung.
Making anything 200% cooler is the theme song for Mortal Kombat, Techno Syndrome by The Immortals..
With a new game out this week and the new web series in it’s second week, it seems like the perfect time to highlight the series main hero, Liu Kang.