Two internet buddies embark on a journey through the world of licensed Mortal Kombat TV, Film, books and comics.
Dominic Hart (Twitter: @domxhart | @domxhart.bsky.social) joins The Boys to talk about a bewildering and nearly impossible to find 1996 Martial Arts film starring Ho-Sung Pak, Richard Divizio, and something like 20 other actors associated with Mortal Kombat productions, games, or commercials. Is the movie good? You'll have to listen to find out!*
We're going track by track through the 1994 Mortal Kombat album produced by The Immortals, aka The Lords of Acid. Will any of these tracks reach the unforgettable high of 'Techno Syndrome'? You'll have to listen to find out!*
We'll be back again to talk about an obscure martial arts movie starring several Mortal Kombat alumni! Until then:
The boys are BACK with their first LIVE episode (Live to our discord server to an audience of 4) to talk about hreshold Entertainment's Mortal Kombat: Live Tour and The Ultimate Guide to Mortal Kombat CD-Rom! No cuts! No edits! No plan!
Here's some links to the stuff we talk about:
We'll be back again to talk about ...
Mortal Kombat is no stranger to reboots, but on this episode we're talking about a very specific 'Mortal Kombat' ReBoot. Also apparently Corey doesn't think skeletons are real.
There will be more episodes of this podcast later.
Friend of the show Danny (@eckspider on Twitter) made us aware that there's a 9 page manga adaptation of the classic Mortal Kombat movie (which you can read HERE), so we forced him come on the podcast to talk about it.
Who knows what we'll be talking about on the next ep...
We did it.
The first person in the Continental United States who emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org receive Neal's DVD copies of 'Death to the Supermodels' and 'Poison Ivy' 1-3.
We'll do a Mortal Kombat thing next episode.
Look, we're sorry. But there's technically FOUR Mortal Kombat actors in this.
More Jaime Pressly next episode (probably).
There's fighting game movies, and then there's fighting game movies. DOA: Dead or Alive is a good time and Jaime Pressly and Robin Shou are in it.
Our next episode also won't be about a Mortal Kombat thing but will feature more Jaime Pressly (probably).
Look, you all knew this was coming. Neal plans to turn every podcast he does into an Archie Comics podcast, so we're discussing the Sabrina the Teenage Witch season 1 episode featuring Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Tai Wai Tse. Let's just get right into it.
Round 2 of the Brazilian Mortal Kombat 4 comicsRead more about these MK4 comics at mortalkombatonline.com
We thought we were done with licensed 90s Mortal Kombat comics, but then we found out about this 4-issue series from Brazil based on MK4. It's a ride for sure. Shout-out to Tabmok99 and MKO user Gentile who translated these comics in to english for the fans!Read more about these MK4 comics from Brazil at mortalkombatonline.com
It's time. Ben Mekler, host of Mortal Podkast, has returned to our realm to be told the rest of the story of Mortal Kombat Conquest from the perspective of The Great Kung Lao. For those keeping track, we bulldoze through episodes 12-22, bringing an end to the saga of the Kombat Krew for a third time.
On the next episode we'll b...
Once again we are at the END of the end of the greatest television series ever: Mortal Kombat Conquest.
Huge thank you to Dakota Rain for the iconic "Kombatant of the Week" Drop!
The commentary run might be over but we've got plenty of MK Podquest goodness still to come. Until then:
Once again we are at the beginning of the end of the greatest television series ever: Mortal Kombat Conquest. next week we'll be commentating over the end of the end. Until then:
It's the episode with Silk Manning and Queen Vorpax so let's face it, it doesn't get any better than this!
Mortals, it's our show so we can talk about whatever we want and that means we're talking about the 1990s DiC Entertainment English-language edit of the first Sailor Moon movie. AND we are joined by Sarah! You know Sarah, she says "MK Podquest" at the beginning of almost every episode.
There's Mortal Kombat stuff next week. Until Then:
Finally our long national nightmare is over. Know this: the Malibu Mortal Kombat comic book series goes out with an incomprehensible BANG, not a whimper.
Next episode, Sailor Moon R The Movie: The Promise of The Rose.
Neal has been sick, so Corey brought artist extraordinaire Jade (Instagram @jadesketches | Letterboxd @jadesketches) on to do something. Whatever it is, it's definitely good because Corey and Jade are rad.
NEXT WEEK we will be dropping our episode on Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition 2 so buckle the fuq up! Until then:
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