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Submitted by Pozzle 411d ago | video

Three Full Rounds of a Mortal Kombat Fight…in Flip Book Form

UM writes: When I was in junior high, I remember trying to make a flip animation in the pages of my history book. I successfully made a stick figure jump one time in the air but his head kept getting bigger and his limbs lengthened and shortened. Needless to say I didn’t possess anywhere close to the talent it takes to make something like this.

Above you’ll find a flip book animation of three full Mortal Kombat rounds, drawn in a book I have to imagine is ONLY for flip book animation. Apparently this guy is known for his ridiculous flip books. Everyone needs a talent I guess.

The battle is pretty intense as you’ll see, and naturally, it ends in Fatality. You were expecting a Friendship? (Culture, Mortal Kombat)

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