Mortal Kombat has remained a consistent performer for decades ever since its debut in the ‘90s. It even had its own movie series.
Daniel Kurland is a freelance writer, comedian, and critic, who lives in the cultural mosaic that is Brooklyn, New York. Daniel’s work can be read on ScreenRant, Splitsider, Bloody Disgusting, Den of Geek, and across the Internet. He recently completed work on a noir anthology graphic novel titled, "Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Noir: A Rag of Bizarre Noir and Hard Boiled Tales" and he’s currently toiling away on his first novel. Daniel knows that "Psycho II" is better than the original, that the finale of "How I Met Your Mother" doesn’t deserve the hate that it receives, and that Garth Ennis’ run of "Animal Man" may be the best superhero story of all time. He’s a fan of white grape juice and appreciates a good Fuji apple. The owls are not what they seem.
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