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RetroCon 2015 to have Doug Stone as a guest!

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I can’t really tell you how excited I am about this. I hope to see you all there!

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“Doug has been in the voice-over business for almost 35 years as an actor, writer, director, producer, and more. He has done voice work in over 1,500 projects, ranging from video games to TV shows and films, original animation, anime, commercials, etc. He has running characters in such anime as Dynasty Warriors, Blaze Blue, Kill La Kill, and recently co-starred in the original animated film, “The Magic House.”

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Racing Arenas Galore! For Sale

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Björn Galz

Ships worldwide / shipping depends / paypal if 3% up or send as friend to

Contact by email Facebook or WhatsApp 01792119204


1-9 complete nothing broke 100€ each (9x left)

10-15 complete one pin of backpack broke 75€ each  (6x left)

16-19 complete both pins of backpack broke 70€ each  (4 x left)

20-21missing mask both pins of backpack broke 50€ each (2x left)

22-26 missing mask and little gun both pins of backpack broke 45€ each (5x left)

27 missing mask and little gun both pins of backpack got fixed 45€ (1x left)

28-29 only fig ramp and backpack both pins got fixed 40€ each (2x left)

30-32 only fig, ramp, laser Pin and belt 35€ each (3x left)

33 only fig, 4 ramps (2 got broken hooks), 2 laser pins and 1 ramp laser 35€ each (1x left)


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Thunderball by Stian Grundsund

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In this video, we have a truly unique and ambitious piece of fan art and engineering. This creation is being sold through, a 3d printing site and was engineered by Stian Grundsund. Thank you for helping us complete our collection!

Updated – You can now get the missile! 










For about $95 (check for shapeways coupon codes online), you can add this to your collection. Processing time for this took about 10 days.

Here is how I purchased mine but you can by an unfinished set if you want and color / polish it up yourself. 

The pieces that have color on them already are a bit more brittle so please keep that in mind if you polish one of those.


You will need 2 of these guns. 


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M.A.S.K. Set to Return in 2015?

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After the internet was set ablaze last week by the story of Hasbro about them applying for a new trademark on M.A.S.K., we have this gem.


Keep in mind that this isn’t an official Kenner page but to have the trademark come about and now this, things appear to be looking up. 

Hasbro Applies for New M.A.S.K. Trademark

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Hasbro_logo_newSo, if you haven’t already seen this floating around the internet, Hasbro has applied for new a new trademark for M.A.S.K. What does that mean?

Here is a description of the trademark via



M.A.S.K. – MOBILE ARMORED STRIKE KOMMAND trademark at the United States Patent And Trademark Office.

Generated on: This page was generated by TSDR on 2014-12-16 10:30:42 EST
US Serial Number: 86477325
Application Filing Date: Dec. 11, 2014
Register: Principal
Mark Type: Trademark, Service Mark
Status: New application will be assigned to an examining attorney approximately 3 months after filing date.
Status Date: Dec. 16, 2014

Owner Name: Hasbro, Inc.
Owner Address: 1027 Newport Avenue, Pawtucket, RHODE ISLAND 02862, UNITED STATES
Legal Entity Type: CORPORATION
State or Country Where Organized: RHODE ISLAND

Interactive Entertainment
” Interactive entertainment software, namely, interactive video game programs, interactive multimedia computer game programs, computer game software, computer game cartridges, computer game discs, interactive video games---------------

RIP Ralph Baer “The Father of Video Games”

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It is with a heavy heart to report to you that Ralph Baer, “The Father of Video Games” has passed away at the age of 92. According to this article on, Ralph passed away at night on December 6th, 2014. 

Ralph was one of the most interesting human beings I have ever had the pleasure of interacting with. 

Please take a moment to look over all that Ralph has accomplished in his life and learn about what his family had to endure during World War II. 

RIP Ralph, thank you for sharing your genius with the world.


New Logo and a few other changes

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New Logo


As you may have noticed, there are a few changes taking place on our site, the first is a logo change.

I wanted the logo to look 80’s ish but also have a little more to it than just Matt’s head. I’ve incorporated the lighting bolts from Thunderhawk in there as well for a really nice dynamic look. 

Thanks for a few fellow M.A.S.K. agents for providing me some input on reaching my final design. 

Any work that may have my older logos on it will stay that way and any new pieces of art, shirts, etc… will have this one. 





Mobile Site

The mobile version of the website needed some work. I’ve worked through 90% of the bugs that were affecting it with only a few more to go. 


The sidebar has some elements eliminated from it for now with a few new ones. You can now view our RedBubble store right on our site if you ever lose the link. It will show two random---------------

M.A.S.K. is Relevant Despite Being Overlooked by Toy and Production Companies.

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maskday29 years have passed, we have seen a revival of Transformers, He-Man,  GI Joe, Thundercats, Voltron and a few other popular 80’s cartoons. One thing these cartoons have in common was their great action figures and toys to go along with the cartoon.

When I accidently found my Matt Trakker figure while cleaning one day back in 2001, it sparked my memory of M.A.S.K. and just how much I loved that show and toy line when I was a kid. I can remember when I received these toys as gifts. I’m sure my brother and I spent a good amount of time with these, most likely throwing them at each other and calling it “playing”.

As I started to re-collect M.A.S.K. items, I started small. I didn’t have a lot of space to display so I started with the figures. I eventually completed my figure set while also completing my vehicle set a few years after. These toys still hold up today, they---------------