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After the death of his father Andy, multimillionaire Matt Trakker uncovers an international criminal organization known as V.E.N.O.M. (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem) Trakker gathers a group of friends who, like himself, possess extraordinary talents and creates the military organization known as M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armoured Strike Kommand) Their objective; to destroy V.E.N.O.M. and its mastermind - Miles Mayhem, the man responsible for Andy's death.Written by
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If you look careful in the title sequence for you can not only see the white and red blaster mask associated with Nightstalker aka Hurricane (the blue car with yellow flames and the red guns) in the shot where they energize their masks. But you see Hondo wearing it when you go into the lens of the spectrum mask and you later see Nightstalker aka Hurricane itself doing a V split with Rhino to avoid running over Scott and T-Bob. But Nightstalker aka Hurricane is not introduced until the end of episode 29 and the white and red mask is not in any episode between episodes 1-30. See more »
M.A.S.K. is short for Mobile Armoured Strike Command. It was a great cartoon that was as much loved by young boys as He-Man, G.I.Joe or Transformers. Like the others it had a huge toy line which is now selling through ebay very well and often expensive. M.A.S.K. was somehow more intelligent than usual action cartoons. If you found it boring, it was probably because it didn't have only action but also a lot of well constructed plots, for a kids show that is. Still though, all these stories ended with Miles Mayhem, head of evil organization V.E.N.O.M., being behind all that sinister plans. Furthermore, nobody had superpowers, only their vehicles and equipment had. The amount of characters over the 75 episodes was huge. The show was always about being a team and about justice, in the end it had the usual message, telling kids what to do or to not do. A great and classic cartoon, luckily now available on DVD in Europe.
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