I will also say that I strongly prefer the '80's MK comics to the 2006-on version of the character. I tried to get into this new version (bought and read the first three issues), but IMHO the character had changed too much from what I remember reading as a kid, and as a result I didn't have a lot of interest in getting the later issues.
That all being said, I am glad that MK is experiencing a resurgence in popularity, and that a whole new generation is getting interested in the character. If nothing else, this means that the chance of MK's older appearances being reprinted is higher (we already have these Essentials, and hopefully they'll also be reprinted in color at some point soon).
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