Mezco’s Mortal Kombat X Action Figures Bring Fatality Fun to the Toy Box

Mezco Toyz Mortal Kombat X

Over the weekend at the New York Toy Fair, Mezco Toyz revealed the first three characters in the company’s line of officially licensed Mortal Kombat X action figures, which is scheduled to go on sale online and at toy stores this June.

Predictably, the three initial figures are series mainstays, Raiden, Scorpion, and Sub-Zero. Each figure includes multiple weapon accessories and collectible blister card packaging. You can pre-order now direct from Mezco for $22 each, or as a set for $66.

Read on for additional details and images for each figure.

Scorpion, the hell-spawned specter, inexorably seeking vengeance against those responsible for the destruction of his clan and the death of his own family, is one of the game's most popular characters. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco's award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Mezco's 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. Of course all ninjas need weapons, and Scorpion has them. He comes complete with his spear tipped wrist chains, as well as 2 game-accurate swords. He also has an additional pair of fighting hands for even more game accurate poses.

Scorpion, the hell-spawned specter, inexorably seeking vengeance against those responsible for the destruction of his clan and the death of his own family, is one of the game’s most popular characters. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco’s award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Mezco’s 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. Of course all ninjas need weapons, and Scorpion has them. He comes complete with his spear tipped wrist chains, as well as 2 game-accurate swords. He also has an additional pair of fighting hands for even more game accurate poses.

Sub-Zero: This icy assassin is one of the most cold-blooded of all Mortal Kombat characters, and just like each of the three figures in Mezco's initial wave, is one of the few to be a playable character in every version of the game. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco's award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Mezco's 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. Of course Sub-Zero needs the weapons he is famous for, so he comes complete with his game-accurate hammer and sword.

Sub-Zero: This icy assassin is one of the most cold-blooded of all Mortal Kombat characters, and just like each of the three figures in Mezco’s initial wave, is one of the few to be a playable character in every version of the game. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco’s award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Mezco’s 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. Of course Sub-Zero needs the weapons he is famous for, so he comes complete with his game-accurate hammer and sword.

Raiden, the eternal God of Thunder, is arguably one of the most powerful characters in all of Mortal Kombat, and just like each of the three figures in Mezco's initial wave, is one of the few to be a playable character in every version of the game. As befits an Elder God, Mezco's 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco's award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Of course even a God of Thunder needs weapons, and Raiden has them. He comes complete with game-accurate alternate hands, alternate lightning hands, and a lightening ball.

Raiden, the eternal God of Thunder, is arguably one of the most powerful characters in all of Mortal Kombat, and just like each of the three figures in Mezco’s initial wave, is one of the few to be a playable character in every version of the game. As befits an Elder God, Mezco’s 6-inch scale version features 23 points of articulation, many with ball joints, allowing him to recreate all the moves and poses that have made him part of gaming legend. To ensure a game-accurate likeness, correct to the finest detail, Mezco’s award-winning design team has digitally sculpted the figures using the digital files from the game developers themselves. Of course even a God of Thunder needs weapons, and Raiden has them. He comes complete with game-accurate alternate hands, alternate lightning hands, and a lightening ball.

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