M.A.S.K. Episode 29 "A Matter of Gravity"

Our next episode to review on MASKast will be #29 "A Matter of Gravity." The plot consists of Miles Mayhem using a gravity ray mounted to Switchblade to melt anything in his path including Hondo MacLean and Firecracker. Finally after 29 episodes, the first new vehicle is introduced as "Nightstalker" (also known as "Hurricane") becomes Hondo and Buddy's new vehicle. Check out the episode stats...

AIR DATE: Nov 7, 1985
CHARACTERS: (M.A.S.K.) Matt Trakker, Hondo MacLean, Bruce Sato, Alex Sector, Gloria Baker, Scott & T-Bob. (V.E.N.O.M.) Miles Mayhem, Vanessa Warfield, Cliff Dagger.
VEHICLES: (M.A.S.K.) Thunderhawk, Firecracker, Rhino, Shark, Nightstalker aka Hurricane. (V.E.N.O.M.) Switchblade, Jackhammer, Manta.

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M.A.S.K. Episode 29 "A Matter of Gravity" M.A.S.K. Episode 29 "A Matter of Gravity" Reviewed by Jason Gross on 2:55:00 PM Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. This is a really good episode. It has a good story and some great action scenes. I especially like the scene where Hondo first spots Vanessa and Dagger, but I also like the scenes at the end where the VENOM vehicles are covered in crystal. The best thing about this episode is, however, that we get to see the vulnerability of the vehicles. Firecracker gets completely destroyed, and is then replaced with a vehicle which in this episode is called Nightstalker, but in all the other episodes is referred to as Hurricane. I read somewhere that the reason that the name was changed was that there was a serial killer called Nightstalker, and they thought people could find it offending if the vehicle had the same name, but I don't know if this is true. I think it's strange that we don't see anything similar happening with the VENOM vehicles. They get destroyed every other episode, but still come back as good as new in the next...

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