McFarlane Toys Mortal Kombat 11 Spawn Lord Covenant Skin Figure Pre-Orders Are Live

The latest Mortal Kombat 11 Spawn variant action figure from McFarlane Toys is based on the Lord [...]


The latest Mortal Kombat 11 Spawn variant action figure from McFarlane Toys is based on the Lord Covenant Skin from the Kombat Pack DLC. If you're a fan of this skin, you'll want to reserve one quickly because a sell out is inevitable. It's available to pre-order right here on Amazon and here at Entertainment Earth for $19.99 with a release date set for June 11th.

The Spawn figure stands at 7-inches tall and features 22 points of articulation. Accessories include a sword and base for display. From the description:

"A Government agent, Al Simmons was killed by his own men. Resurrected from the depths of hell, he returns to Earth as the warrior Spawn, guarding the forgotten alleys of New York City. As he seeks answers about his past, Spawn grapples with the dark forces that returned him to Earth, battling enemies and discovering unlikely allies. As he learns to harness his extraordinary powers, he begins to grasp the full extent of what brought him back – and what he left behind.

Spawn now finds himself thrust into the Mortal Kombat universe by mysterious circumstances that have yet to unfold. One thing is clear. Fight."


Speaking of Mortal Kombat, the 2021 reboot of the film franchise is about to drop on Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray, and 4K Blu-ray (SteelBook) + Digital after a stint in theaters and streaming on HBO Max.

Pre-orders for the standard Mortal Kombat Blu-ray are live here at Best Buy for $21.99. The standard 4K Blu-ray is available to pre-order at Best Buy for $30.99. Finally, you can get the Best Buy exclusive 4K Blu-ray SteelBook edition for $36.99.

As for the release date, Best Buy lists July 13th, 2021 as the day that the Mortal Kombat Blu-ray will arrive on your doorstep. Don't confuse this release with the 2-film SteelBook bundle that Best Buy launched last year. That version includes the 1995 Mortal Kombat film and the terrible 1997 sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.

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