Joker uses a Jack-in-the-box in Mortal Kombat 11 to add a twist to Quan Chi's neck stretch Fatality

'Bats would say that I'm a bad boy...'

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • January 22, 2020 at 4:26 a.m. PST

D.C.'s Joker will become a playable fighter in Mortal Kombat 11 on January 28. We saw that his first Fatality has the Joker transforming a "Friendship" sign into a "Fatality" sign by using a Tommy Gun. Inevitably, the victim is split in half when the sign falls to the ground.

Thanks to Mitsuownes, we now know Joker's second Fatality. You could say that it adds a real twist to Quan Chi's ridiculous "neck stretch" Fatality from Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance.

After using an extendable boxing glove to punch a hole through the opponent, the Joker proceeds to place a Jack-in-the-box inside the opening. During this process, the Joker appears to be singing a song that parodies the Jack-in-the-box theme.

"Bats would say that I'm a bad boy," chanted the Joker. "To kill without a reason. But bodies stacked high never gets old. Death is always in season."

With the Jack-in-the-box now wound up, the enemy's fate is sealed. Obviously the top is pointed towards the direction of the opponent's head.

The unfortunate victim ends up having their head on the end of the extended toy. The result is something very similar to Quan Chi's neck stretch Fatality... except it actually makes sense.


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