On the 27th episode of the Saturday Mourning Cartoons podcast, we take a peek behind the M.A.S.K., the 1985 animated series created to sell Hasbro’s Kenner toys. The guys attempt to explain the show to me and end up confusing themselves in the process. It’s a good time.
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