7.19.2017

M.A.S.K. #8 Now Available in Comic Shops and Digital Download

The origins of V.E.N.O.M. story came to a close in M.A.S.K. #7 and its now time for a new mission with just 3 issues left in IDW's M.A.S.K. comic series. Still struggling with Ore-13 radiation that we first learned about in Revolution, the M.A.S.K. team goes on a mission to rid themselves of the harmful poisoning. Read a free preview of M.A.S.K. #8 now at Previews World. Here is the official synopsis:


Determined to end the threat of Ore-13 radiation poisoning, Matt Trakker and the M.A.S.K. team go on a mission into the depths of the Earth where they discover much more than they could have imagined-a race of powerful mutated creatures borne from the strange Cybertronian energy source. Are these monsters too powerful even for the technology of M.A.S.K.?!

Story by Brandon Easton
Art by Drew Moss
Colors by Jordi Escuin
Letters by Christa Miesner
Cover Art by Tone Rodriguez


Tone Rodriguez is once again the featured cover artist (also M.A.S.K. #6) and captures an unmasked Miles Mayhem with Rax and Vanessa hovering over his shoulders. 3 variant covers will also be available including two subscription variants, one from Davide Fabbri that shows an explosive scene with Thunder Hawk and Condor and also a cover by Vincenzo Federici featuring Switchblade and Jackhammer giving chase to Thunder Hawk, Condor, and Gloria Baker's Stilletto Lamborghini. The rare 10-copy incentive cover will be again from Marcel Perez Dalannays for the third straight issue and features the newer style M.A.S.K. agents with more classic color schemes. From page 2 of the new book, here is a guide to all of the covers:

Visit your local comic shop today to pickup a copy (find one here) or download digitally from IDW PublishingAmazonGoogle Play, or Comixology. You can also find discounted back issues at Things From Another World

We encourage our fellow fans to pickup a copy today and share their opinions. Tell us what you think of the new book and we might include your comments in an upcoming MASKast podcast.

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