Mortal Kombat: Kitana's cosplay from Inumaiden is a blazing victory

Mortal Kombat: Kitana's cosplay from Inumaiden is a blazing victory

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Mortal Kombat continues to provide inspiration for cosplayers, particularly with its comely female characters as we see in this cosplay of Kitana by Inumaiden, which features a truly spot-on interpretation of the series' warrior princess.

Present in roster of fighters from the early days of the series, more precisely from Mortal Kombat II, Kitana is a millennial character, who is about 10,000 years old but who is still considered young within the realm of Edenia where she comes from and in which she is a princess. It has also made an important evolution in the history and mythology of Mortal Kombat, passing from Shao Kahn's faithful stepdaughter to his enemy, thus freeing herself and the kingdom of Edenia from the grip of the tyrant.

Linked by a romantic relationship with Liu Kang, she continues to fight even after the extreme consequences of their relationship and appears in numerous chapters of the game. Inumaiden resumes it as it appears in the classic iconography: with a sort of very skimpy blue silk costume and a mask on the face, in addition to the inevitable fans that, in addition to increasing its charm, make it decidedly lethal being used as edged weapons. br>
The reproduction is truly perfect, even in the bewitching gaze of the cosplayer who recaptures Kitana's otherworldly charm, as you can see below.

If you are looking for other cosplay, we refer you to some of the most recent published on these pages such as that of Aphrodite by pixiecosplay from Record of Ragnarok, the cosplay of Saskia the Dragon Slayer from Lada Lyumos from The Witcher, Camie from notagaincosplays from My Hero Academia, Elizabeth cosplay from doll.with.a.gun from Seven Deadly Sins and Jinx from Peachmilky from Arcane.

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Mortal Kombat and Injustice Director Ed Boon Reveals 'Kryptic' Update on New Games

Longtime Mortal Kombat and Injustice director Ed Boon has given fans an update about what NetherRealm Studios could be doing next. For multiple years at this point, fans have been wondering about what developer NetherRealm could be working on next. The longtime fighting game company, at least for the better part of the past decade, has worked on a rotational basis between its Mortal Kombat and Injustice franchises, which would suggest that a new Injustice game would be next on deck. However, according to this new message from Boon, it sounds like those theories could be squashed. 

Boon recently took to Twitter to acknowledge the growing number of fans who are dying to know about what NetherRealm could now be working on. In his message, Boon didn't make clear what NetherRealm is currently doing, but he did make clear that he's flattered to know that so many fans want to see sequels to both Injustice 2 and Mortal Kombat 11. 

'We really appreciate that two of our games have anticipation for future installments.... and wish we could be everything everywhere all at once. But someone would have to give us the keys to the multiverse first,' Boon jokingly stated. In a follow-up tweet, he went on to say that he wasn't trying to be 'kryptic' with this statement, but instead was just trying to convey that NetherRealm cannot make so many games at once. 'I was basically saying that (at the moment) we can't work on every game we'd like to make all at the same time,' he said. 

Obviously, Boon didn't outright state what NetherRealm is currently developing, but it seems clear from this message that fans shouldn't expect both a new Injustice and Mortal Kombat game to release in the near future. Instead, the studio seems to have needed to choose one of these franchises over the other to continue working on in the near term. While it remains to be seen the direction that NetherRealm has opted to go down, hopefully, it won't be long until we hear more about what's being created. 

What game are you hoping to see NetherRealm release next? And when do you think that we might learn more about the studio's next project? Let me know either down in the comments or reach out to me on Twitter at @MooreMan12.

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