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First Image of Sub-Zero From Mortal Kombat: Legacy

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Hot on the heels on yesterday's preview of the upcoming "Mortal Kombat: Legacy" digital series comes our first look at a fan-favorite: Sub-Zero. Director Kevin Tancharoen tweeted the below image, showcasing Kevan Ohtsji in the role.

In the game, Sub-Zero is a Cryomancer with ice-based powers. He was previously portrayed in live action in the 1995 Paul W.S. Anderson film by Francois Petit and by Keith Cooke in the sequel, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.

"Mortal Kombat: Legacy" launches online on April 12th.

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Crazay4826d ago

FINALLY!!!! Something we can sink our teeth into.

-MD-4826d ago

Can't really sink our teeth into a picture but I like how he looks.

MinimeJer054826d ago

Looking good, I don't like the lack of blue in the outfit, but I can dismiss that since this is the first image.

Crazay4826d ago

It's pretty well a low res image though. The Blue is there.

MinimeJer054826d ago

You are correct sir. After a closer inspection, I do see the blue a little better!

Crazay4826d ago

This show is shaping up to be pretty sweet I think. I just hope they manage to keep the edge the original video that spawned this series intact.

Djinn4825d ago

I really hope this piece of shit bombs. I'm tired of everything being made "realistic". MK is being fucking neutered.

-MD-4824d ago

You haven't even seen it yet and you want it to bomb? How about giving it a chance first?

Double_O_Revan4825d ago

What happened to how he looked in the original youtube video?

Yea this is closer to how he originally looked in the game, but the other way was much cooler.

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beerhound3d ago

Love the comics, need to watch this show.


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