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Any fans of M.A.S.K.? (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) I'm writing the reboot.

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Hey all, 

I don't know if some of you are aware or not, but I'm the writer of the M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) comic book series for the IDW/Hasbro shared universe that combines Transformers, G.I. Joe, ROM, Micronauts and M.A.S.K. 

I'm guessing there's some in this group in my generation (children of the 1980s) who might be interested in this kind of thing. 

Here's some coverage of me working on the series: 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/hasbros-mask-gets-an-updated-mission-new-comic-book-series-950212

http://www.newsarama.com/29710-idw-s-m-a-s-k-is-a-fresh-take-while-remembering-the-spirit-of-the-show.html

 

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i didnt know the comics existed  but i used to have the toys as a kid. my nephew recently was given some original toys and I was super jealous.  That's pretty awesome, any way you can make one of the characters an avid Orioles fan :)

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