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eBook Mortal Kombat II: Annihilation ePub

by Brent V. Friedman,Lawrence Kasanoff,Joshua Wexler,Jerome Preisler

  • ISBN: 0812539338
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Brent V. Friedman,Lawrence Kasanoff,Joshua Wexler,Jerome Preisler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tor Books; 1st edition (November 1997)
  • ePub book: 1548 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1134 kb
  • Other: azw mbr txt doc
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 304

Description

Mortal Kombat Annihilation, putting the competitive context of the movie aside, is an overall average book. Since it was never said whether the book was based on the video game or the original storyline, I will have to judge it as a regular fan of Mortal Kombat in general.

Mortal Kombat Annihilation, putting the competitive context of the movie aside, is an overall average book. The plus sides were the things put into the book that were missing from the original, such as Sub-Zero and Scorpion actually fighting eachother, instead of teaming up to fight off the good guys.

Last time there were rules, and the heroes of Mortal Kombat were victorious in the great tournament. This time there are no rules. The evil emperor Shao Kahn has invaded our world seeking ultimate domination.

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation A Novel by Jerome Preisler Based on a Story by Lawrence Kasanoff & Joshua Wexler & John Tobias and the screenplay by Brent V. .Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. A Novel by. Jerome Preisler. Based on a Story by. Lawrence Kasanoff. Friedman. and the screenplay by. Brent V. Somebody’s gotta remind this windbag, cheaters never prosper, Johnny said, stepping forward and flexing for battle.

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In this sequel to Mortal Kombat, Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, and Lord Rayden have won their tournament, but now the champions must once again face the evil emperor Shao Kahn, who refuses to accept defeat.

Mortal Kombat - Annihilation.

Earth's champions won MORTAL KOMBAT, but Shao Kahn, the evil emperor of Outworld, refuses to accept defeat. Mortal Kombat - Annihilation. by Brent V. Friedman, Jerome Preisler, Bryce Zabel.

The film's novelization by Jerome Preisler was published through Tor Books.

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is loosely based on the 1995 video game Mortal Kombat 3, while featuring the character roster of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. There were also plot elements from Mortal Kombat 4, but these scenes were cut from the final theatrical version. While the original attracted casual moviegoers as well as gamers, Annihilation catered exclusively to the games' fans. The film's novelization by Jerome Preisler was published through Tor Books.

He is the producer of all Mortal Kombat non-video game media, beginning with the 1995 blockbuster movie and also worked as the co-screenstory on it's sequel.

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Last time there were rules, and the heroes of Mortal Kombat were victorious in the great tournament. This time there are no rules. The evil emperor Shao Kahn has invaded our world seeking ultimate domination. He is determined to merge the two dimensions and claim Earth as his own.Earth's only hope lies with the proven champions Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Princess Kitana, and Lord Rayden. Together with newcomers Jax, Jade, and Nightwolf, they face the awesome task of stopping Shao Kahn and his ruthless extermination squads from their dark conquest. Their challenge becomes an unrelenting roller coaster against an incredible assortment of inhuman fighters, terrifying creatures, and evil sorcery. They are Earth's last and only hope against...Annihilation.

Comments

OwerSpeed OwerSpeed
This book actually caught me by surprise. The book is very small, about as thick as a pancake. After reading the novel adeptation of the first film, I excepted it to be about just as long or longer. It isn't.

If you are a Mortal Kombat fan, I say check it out, but be aware, there's is nothing too special about this book. It's basically a dimmed down version of the original movie itself.

Also....The book has pictures of the live action movie inside...too bad some of the characters names are wrong on the picture descriptions....it's a bit comical but ehhh.... they should have did some research....
Lavivan Lavivan
Mortal Kombat Annihilation, putting the competitive context of the movie aside, is an overall average book. Since it was never said whether the book was based on the video game or the original storyline, I will have to judge it as a regular fan of Mortal Kombat in general. The plus sides were the things put into the book that were missing from the original, such as Sub-Zero and Scorpion actually fighting eachother, instead of teaming up to fight off the good guys. Extra kombatants were finally added into the story, such as Jax, Cyrax, etc. Even some fatalities make appearances in the book. The minus sides, however, are almost equal to the plus sides, for example, Mortal Kombat's popularity is not as much a result of it's fighting content, but of it's controversial blood. Putting it simply, the book has no real bloodshed, taking away from the Kombat genre. Another downside was the climatic ending... I cannot go into detail on that one simply because I don't want to ruin the book for anyone. Let me just say that the ending was great, but it could have been written a little differently... I hope you have a good imagination. In closing, I have to say that Jerome Preisler is an overall average writer who has written a well-done story. This book deserves my 3 stars. May the kombat kontinue...
Samulkis Samulkis
It was a good book. It didn't follow all of the elements of the games correctly, but all in all, it was pretty good.
Kitaxe Kitaxe
The book was different from the movie but that is quite common for books. It also had a different book cover than the one displayed here. I don't know what this means but it was still a good buy.