Mortal Kombat Frozen Mashup Cosplay Unleashes The Fatal Sub-Elsa
While much of the world finds themselves bored staying sheltered at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mortal Kombat fans have plenty to keep themselves occupied and hopeful for the future. Mortal Kombat 11 continues to draw returning players with its continuing DLC, such as newly released fighter Spawn, and the new Mortal Kombat: Scorpion’s Revenge animated film also recently hit on-demand platforms as well. Cosplaying has also kept fans occupied at home recently, and one talented cosplayer took this time to unveil a mashup of chilling splendor. Their new Mortal Kombat Frozen mashup cosplay unleashes Sub-Elsa into the unknown.
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Most of you probably don't know I do graphic design full time so here's a composite photo I edited of my Sub Elsa cosplay. ❄️🥶 Funny enough, I got into graphic design because as early as elementary school I'd spend a lot of my time editing terrible photos of me as mermaids, faeries or with super powers like a dweeb. LOOK AT ME NOW FAM. 😂🤓 Photography: @concrunch Cosplay/Design/Edit: By me #mortalkombat #mortalkombatcosplay #subzero #subzerocosplay #elsacosplay #frozencosplay #mashup #coronapocalypse #mortalkombat11
Cosplayer Lisa Mancini recently shared her new Mortal Kombat Frozen mashup cosplay her official Instagram account, for the first time in forever. The cosplay combines the classic look of Mortal Kombat’s Sub-Zero, with the icy blonde hair and feminine energy of Queen Elsa of Arendelle from Disney’s hit animated film Frozen, and yields Sub-Elsa. Given the use of Sub-Zero’s iconic facemask, Mancini could not help but tie it into the new trend of wearing fask masks in public to prevent COVID-19 contamination. Love is an open door, but an exposed face certainly isn’t right now.
Some have pointed out that this Mortal Kombat Frozen mashup cosplay does share some similarities with female ice-powered Mortal Kombat character Frost, which the franchise has event acknowledged with some Frozen references in Mortal Kombat 11. Mancini even went the full mile and edited her own photos of the cosplay to match the environment and graphics of the MK games. With the state of the world right now, it’s good to know that cosplayers and their favorite hobby, they will refuse to Let It Go.
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