5.27.2016

M.A.S.K. Episode 45 "Spectre of Captain Kidd"

On our next MASKast review, we will take a look at "Spectre of Captain Kidd" which is episode #45. This story introduces V.E.N.O.M. agent Floyd Mallow, his Buckshot mask, and Vampire vehicle! On a trip to the Carribean islands, M.A.S.K. uncovers a plan by V.E.N.O.M. to steal Captain Kidd's lost treasure.

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AIR DATE: Nov 29, 1985
CHARACTERS: (M.A.S.K.) Matt Trakker, Hondo MacLean, Dusty Hayes, Scott & T-Bob. (V.E.N.O.M.) Miles Mayhem, Vanessa Warfield, Cliff Dagger, Floyd Malloy.
VEHICLES: (M.A.S.K.) Thunder Hawk, Hurricane, Gator. (V.E.N.O.M.) Switchblade, Manta, Vampire.

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1 comment:

  1. Once again we have an unnecessarily complicated plan of VENOM's that MASK easily foils. Why didn't VENOM just steal the cannonballs from the fort itself, instead of drawing attention to themselves by firing them? Obviously the fort wasn't very secure if Malloy can load the cannons with no one noticing. Also, instead of MASK filling the phony cannonballs with gum, shouldn't they have used something a little more lethal, like I don't know, explosives? At least to blow up the VENOM vehicles. MASK really didn't seem to be trying in this episode. They could've put VENOM out of business by blowing up their vehicles and capturing them. And VENOM just seemed stupid, as usual. It was good to see a new VENOM agent and vehicle though, even though Malloy is supremely annoying. He's like a whiny Billy Idol. And I sure hope he didn't pay good money for that missile. I assume it was supposed to destroy Gator rather than just ram into it, right? Kind of an abrupt ending too.

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