More great news for M.A.S.K. and 80s cartoon fans! James Eatock, the brainchild behind Cereal:Geek (the 80s cartoon magazine), sent out an email recently regarding the newest issue. For anyone who follows Cereal:Geek you know there has been a long delay for issue 8. Well, James’s email assures us all that issue 8 is at the printers and will reach it’s readers very soon!
Not just news but content as well, we’re doing it all here today! Our newest addition is an Argentinean variant of Cliff Dagger. This variant from Argentina almost comes across as a knock-off. The knee joints are exposed metal unlike the ones in the US and European counterparts. The trimming is also given much less care, with bits of extra plastic found around the edges of the figure. Move your way to our Figures section to take a look at this South American action figure!
Several more M.A.S.K. toys have come our way, so do not forget to come back soon and see what we’ve cooked up!
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Over at SwivelArms, Paul Panfalone has done two incredible M.A.S.K. posters. Completely original works of both Matt Trakker and Miles Mayhem. He has two interesting posts talking about their creation: first here is the one for Matt Trakker, and second is Miles Mayhem.
Originally there was no information about obtaining these fantastic pieces. Then it was revealed that Paul had a small run printed that he would be taking with him on the road. None of this was great news for boulder-hill.net. Then Paul announced he was giving away one copy of each poster to two lucky people. Slim chances there! But, finally, Paul put the remaining copies up for sale in his web store. The posters quickly sold out, but not before boulder-hill.net was able to get in an order for each!
Although they are no longer available we have hopes that Paul will do another edition, or create some other M.A.S.K. work for the fans out there. Either way, fans of the classic cartoon are very lucky to have such a talented creator on their side.
For large resolution images of both posters, head over to the Artwork section of boulder-hill.net to take a look.
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