MASK is finally coming to DVD in the United States! Read the press release

Illusion is the ultimate weapon...

Way back in 1996, the first edition of this page was the first of MANY MASK websites that have popped up over the years.

Up above, you can see a list of the various features you can find here. Character bios of MASK and VENOM, a humorous "Behind the Music" profile, a feature on MASK urban legends, episode guides, and more. Not too much has been updated but hopefully the new "can of paint" on the site is appreciated.

Before anyone asks, I do NOT have any MASK vehicles or cartoons available to trade. Thankfully, Shout! Factory will be releasing the show onto DVD in August! Click here to order your copy.

My personal MASK collection started in 1985. I remember my best friend Adam had a vehicle called "Thunderhawk" that was a car that turned to an airplane. I thought it was pretty cool. Several months later, for my 8th birthday, Adam gave me my very first MASK vehicle -- Gator! Rhino and Switchblade followed that Christmas, and I managed to collect everything that followed (with the exceptions of the "urban legend" Shark, the Laser Command r/c vehicle, and some of the Split Seconds vehicles).

If there are any others of you who remember MASK and would like to talk about it, send me an e-mail and I'll get back to you soon.

-Craig Byrne (MASKAgent@aol.com)

MASK and its characters are copyright ©2005 Kenner Toys & DIC. This is a fan site and not authorized. Page copyright ©2005 KryptonSite, unless the material is noted as coming from someplace else or being by an individual author. MASK aired from 1985 to 1987.