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Paramount and Hasbro has hired writer Chris Bremner to develop the screenplay for M.A.S.K, the action-adventure project based on the 1980s toy line. Bremner is credited for co-writing the latest Bad Boys franchise movie, Bad Boys for Life, which overperformed at the box office and is close to hitting $400 million worldwide. Launched simultaneously in 1985 as both a toy line and an animated series, M.A.S.K. stood for Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, an elite strike force that fought crime and terrorism, most notably an organization named V.E.N.O.M. (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem). The brand had the tagline of “Illusion is the ultimate weapon.” Attached to direct the project is F. Gary Gray, who helmed The Fate of the Furious and Men in Black International. Gray is also producing via his Fenix Studios banner along with Hasbro’s production arm, Allspark Pictures. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Looks like Hasbro is going to be giving G.I. Joe the same hi-end role-play treatment they have done for other lines including Marvel Legends, Star Wars, Power Rangers and Ghostbusters. Today they announced this new G.I. Joe Snake-Eyes mask which will be sold as a Gamestop exclusive and cost $119. There aren't many details on the mask but it will be released in October.
Future Cyborg is giving away a really nice looking MASK Firefly with Julio Lopez action figure. Pretty simple to sign up! Good luck!
Revolution anyone plan on reading?
SKYWARP posted a topic in Comic Book TalkJust wondering if anyone is planning on picking up the revolution series of comics when they get into full swing this month? So far I've picked up a few where they say the revolution starts here issues(Transformers,Micronauts,and Rom) From what I've read it seems like it's going to be pretty good. Now just trying to keep up with all the comics that go in this storyline. As for Rom, and the Micronauts. I really don't remember a lot about either of these from my childhood. Did I really miss out, or were they easily over looked back then?