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I loved this show as a kid!!! It combined G.I. Joe and Transformers into one show. Sure it's extremely dated now, but nostalgia rules my heart.

The Best News is that Shout Factory has US DVD Rights!!!

65 of the 75 episodes are included in the complete series. Apparently the "racing" season rights are owned by someone else. They tried getting them individually but couldn't.

TVShowsOnDVD: M.A.S.K. The Complete Series

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TVShowsOnDVD: M.A.S.K. Volume 1 DVD

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Would be interested to see how much this has dated, as I loved it as a kid. I even made some of the base with my Lego's. A petrol pump that turned in to a turret.

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Would be interested to see how much this has dated, as I loved it as a kid. I even made some of the base with my Lego's. A petrol pump that turned in to a turret.

It's VERY dated plus Scott (Matt Trakker's Kid) and T-BOB (Scott's robot) are very annoying!

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I'm more excited for the Beast Wars DVDs.

The Beast Wars Complete Series set will be awesome. I have equal amounts of excitement for both.

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The press release:

This Summer, loyal fans and collectors can finally bring home one of the most enduring animated adventures from the 80’s when the long-awaited M.A.S.K.: The Complete Original Series DVD box set debuts nationwide on August 9, 2011 from Shout! Factory, in collaboration with FremantleMedia Enterprises. Poised to attract an audience of kids, young adults and parents who grew up with this animated series, this 12-DVD box set contains all 65 action-packed episodes – known to fans as the original series aired in 1985, as well as insightful bonus features. A must-have for collectors to complete their pop culture video library, M.A.S.K.: The Complete Original Series is available for pre-order now from Amazon.com and major retailers.

Led by multimillionaire Matt Trakker, the Mobile Armored Strike Kommand — better known simply as M.A.S.K. — defends the world against Miles Mayhem and his nefarious international criminal organization V.E.N.O.M., the very same group responsible for the death of Trakker’s teenage brother. With his own son, Scott, and a secret strike force including his friends — engineer Bruce Sato, courageous historian Hondo MacLean, mechanic Buddy Hawks, rocker Brad Turner, computer expert Alex Sector, stunt driver Dusty Hayes and beautiful martial artist Gloria Baker — it’s up to Trakker, equipped with special power-granting masks and a garage of special militarized vehicles, to keep the world safe from Mayhem and the villainy of V.E.N.O.M (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem).

Throughout the years, M.A.S.K. boasts a large fan following and spawned a series of toyline, comic books and video games. The complete original series of M.A.S.K. has been sub-licensed to home video distribution to Shout! Factory by FremantleMedia Enterprises.

M.A.S.K.: The Complete Original Series DVD Bonus Content

Unmasking M.A.S.K.: retrospective interview with show writers on this hit animated series

Saturday Morning Krusaders: entertaining look back with loyal fans

Technical Information:

Street Date: August 9, 2011

Not Rated: For all audiences

12 DVDs

Aspect Ratio: 4:3

English, Stereo

Total Running Time: +/- 1430 min.

The pre order price at Amazon is $60.99

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I loved this show as a kid, and the toys were awesome, but I strongly suspect that watching it again would prove an enormous disappointment.

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