What, "Massive Strike"? "Citizen Cage"? "Ninja Mime?"... None of those ring a bell?


—Johnny Cage

Ninja Mime is an Earthrealm film that Johnny Cage starred in before entering the first Mortal Kombat tournament. Its tagline is "He's silent, but deadly."

Throughout the series, it has been referenced as one of Cage's most infamous films. It was a flop in the US, but was successful in France. It had a number of sequels, and another was about to begin production during the events of Mortal Kombat 11, though Sonya's death and the ensuing time anomaly prevented it from happening.


  • According to one of Cyrax's Deadly Alliance Konquest text boxes, he loathes Johnny Cage's films and "felt especially robbed of his eight bucks when he saw Johnny's film, Ninja Mime."
  • Advertisements for the movie appear on the Rooftop, in rubble on The Street, and also in the Subway of Mortal Kombat (2011).
  • Johnny Cage has a "Ninja Mime" alternate outfit in Mortal Kombat X, depicting him as a stereotypical french Mime.
    • This costume makes a return in Mortal Kombat 11 with more ninja-oriented design.
  • In Mortal Kombat 11, Johnny Cage has a special move based on Ninja Mime.
  • In Mortal Kombat 11, one of Kabal's end of round taunts against Johnny Cage has him say "Ninja Mime 4 was bullshit!"
  • Johnny Cage referenced this on his Mr. Cage's Neighborhood fatality in Mortal Kombat 11.
    • The Quotes are:
      • Victim: Ninja Mime was awesome
      • Johnny Cage: Yeah, I rocked it
      • Victim: It really tore me up
      • (cue tomatoes thrown)


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