WOW. A big thank you to everyone who participated in the 1st ever M.A.S.K. day! There was an awesome response from fans to go with some great content provided from the M.A.S.K. community and beyond! Wyatt and I had fun sharing all the content, hosting a live Q/A on Facebook, and putting together the M.A.S.K. day article featuring a brief timeline of the franchise (credit mainly to Wyatt.)
When we were approached over a month ago by Scott from M.A.S.K. Comics about this opportunity to celebrate the franchise, I'm not sure anyone knew what to expect. But I believe it's safe to say that all of us who were included in that original email are happy with how it turned out! The entire M.A.S.K. community and fandom now have something to build on for next year's big 30th anniversary and also years to come.
I decided to chronicle as much of the #MASKday content as I could and present a little round-up for those that weren't online throughout the day.
Bill of Matt-Trakker.com started the day proving that M.A.S.K. is still relevant. We got some great insight into Bill's personal experience along with a fun video of his nephew and niece playing with some of the toys from his collection! Bill also hosted a T-shirt giveaway.
Our pal Paul Panfalone was gracious enough to give M.A.S.K. fans a 25% discount on those coveted Spectrum and Viper posters!
Jose Rodrigez which we used to headline this post.
Marcel Van Berkel sent us a message about his effort to animate Boulder Hill! View more of the still photos here.
And to end on a fun note, Derek Muterspaw aka Mr PoppinTwist sent us this photo of Dusty Hayes he twisted from balloons!
So there you have it! That's about everything I saw on M.A.S.K. day. If I missed something, please leave a link in the comments. Thanks again to all who participated and can't wait until next year's 30th celebration!
Awesome Content Provided On The First M.A.S.K. Day Celebration Reviewed by Jason Gross on 7:21:00 AM Rating: