Happy Birthday To M.A.S.K. Movie & MASKast!

Happy Birthday To Us!!!

...belated birthday, that is. With Wyatt and I being sick in January and enduring crazy schedules, we totally forgot to announce that January 21st was the 2nd birthday of the M.A.S.K. Movie blog!!! (Hand slaps forehead.) AND...our MASKast podcast celebrated its 1st birthday on February 10th!! (Slaps forehead again.)

We originally started our script back in 2007 and completed in late 2010. A little over two years ago now on Jan 21, 2011, we began our effort to make our script known over the web and to rally M.A.S.K. fans everywhere. Over the past couple years, we feel like we've received many presents from our followers and we just want to say THANK YOU for your heart-felt support. Wyatt and I plan to keep our dream alive of seeing M.A.S.K. on the silver screen until we see a major effort from Hollywood. We still feel that the fan base is there and even though it might not be as large as Transformers or G.I. Joe, M.A.S.K. would be perfect to introduce to a new generation. We are also dedicated to keeping our MASKast podcast around for the next several years. We will continue to journey through the past world of M.A.S.K. and keep pressing toward the future of the franchise.

If you would like to give us the perfect birthday present, all you have to do is leave a comment below with why YOU would love to see M.A.S.K. make a comeback. Thanks again to all our friends in the M.A.S.K. community for following and interacting with us over the past couple years and we look forward to what the future holds!!!
Happy Birthday To M.A.S.K. Movie & MASKast! Happy Birthday To M.A.S.K. Movie & MASKast! Reviewed by Jason Gross on 10:06:00 AM Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. MASK was one of my favorite toy sets. They meant a lot to me when I was growing up. My uncle would pick up one vehicle with each paycheck he got and he liked putting them together and applying decals just as much as I liked playing with the finished toy. I'd love to see the series make a comeback in a big way; I'm sure someone scoffed when the suggestion for an MLP reboot was given, and look at it now with FiM.

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