Our friends at TFW2005 (via Hiss Tank) covered the Hasbro Financial Call for Q2 2015 today and came across an interesting nugget. Hasbro revealed (view image below) that they are in fact working on bringing back M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) in some capacity. How so? Nobody is quite sure yet.
In December, Hasbro submitted several M.A.S.K. trademark applications that indicated the company would develop a new toyline. Keep in mind, M.A.S.K. began as a series of toys in 1985, which was supported by an animated series (1985-1986) and a comic book series that both came out that same year. Now that it is 2015, Hasbro could bring back the brand to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
M.A.S.K. itself was an underground task force that did battle against the criminal organization called V.E.N.O.M. (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem). M.A.S.K. was led by Matt Trakker and members of his team wore masks with special abilities that also his their identities.
Of interest: Trakker is rumored to be making an appearance in the next G.I. Joe live-action film, which could lead to a M.A.S.K. spinoff film.
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