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Dark Horse Day Series: Why The Mask Is A #Villain

 

DARK HORSE DAY

The Mask (1991) #1. Dark Horse Comics.

IN ADVANCED WARFARE

INTRO

In 1994, The Mask movie became a pop sensation and propelled Jim Carrey into super-stardom. Really, it perhaps defined the decade in movies and showed Hollywood at its best.

With a cocktail of gags, fun, romance and PG-13 violence the movie wowed movie-lovers worldwide. Indeed, worldwide, we all dreamed of donning the fateful Mask and gaining super powers and the instant cool factor!

Though the movie was certainly successful it clearly presented the comic villain as a hero or anti-hero. In fact, it even led to the successful The Mask animated series.

However, it is clear that the Mask is an artifact that amplifies its wearer’s own penchant for violence and destruction. In our third series article, we ask: Is The Mask a #villain?


Flashback FM



#HERO OR #VILLAIN?

Across media, the Mask’s portrayals vary from anti-hero to villain. Popularly, the Mask movie portrayed the character in a more familiar light, as an anti-hero.

In the film, Stanley Ipkiss is the first Mask: a disgruntled employee, bullied and romantic, Stanley stumbles upon an ancient mask, wears it and becomes the Mask.

For the most part, he wants lots of money, have fun and win the heart of his impossible love, the girlfriend of Coco Bongo gangster named Tina.

However, the comics presented the character as a villain who despite having a girlfriend, is bullied by mobsters.

When he finds the mask, he puts it on and becomes the Mask: bloodlusted, he causes mayhem, deaths and destruction.

So our series should help our film buffs answer: Is the Mask a #villain or a #hero? Let’s look at comics.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

OUR POLL

So far, the Twitter audience has not given any votes.

Let’s look at three characters who wore The Mask and how the artifact may actually make them #villains.

 

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IS THE MASK A #VILLAIN?

#VILLAIN: STANLEY IPKISS

In the comics, Stanley Ipkiss is a weak person who wants revenge in Edge City from the people who bullied him. When he finds the Mask at a store, he gains supernatural powers. However, his powers come with added violence and aggression. In the famous words of Bill Murray in Ghostbusters (1984), this comic is “toast.”

When he demonstrates his humour noir, the Mask kills people who abused him in a series of supposed jokes. On a rampage in Edge City, the Mask kills passersby, a biker gang and various other individuals. Soon, the police knows him as “Big Head.”

#VILLAIN: LT. KELLAWAY

After Stanley’s death at the hands of his girlfriend Kathy, she hands the Mask to Lt. Kellaway warning him of its dark side (My bad for the Star Wars reference). In fact, she tells him that the Mask created “Big Head.” As a practical joke, Kellaway puts it on ignoring her warnings.

When Kellaway becomes the Mask, he vows to end crime and stop all criminal in Edge City. First, he starts a feud with Mafia gang Don Mozzo. However, the vigilante quickly becomes executioner when he attempts to bomb his partner’s mouth with dynamite. Quickly, he buries the mask in his basement.

#ANTI-HERO: ARCHIE

Later, other wearers become the Mask. For the most part, they all succumb to their dark side and behave in violent and criminal ways when they become the Mask. After, the mask falls into the hands of a gang of criminals. One of them wears it and uses it to get revenge on other criminals.

Later, the mask falls into the hands of four students: Rich, Ben, Hugo and Archie. More or less, they resist the Mask’s blood lust. More importantly, Archie wears the Mask and uses it to become a superhero. To this end, he stops criminals from stealing a lion’s golden tooth at the Edge City zoo though he sets some animals loose. After scuffles with Walter, he escapes the police.

 

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THE MASK IS A #MAGICIAN

Across media, the Mask is certainly #possessed. In fact, his superhuman strength and his reliance on the artifact indicate a form of shamanic possession.

At the same time, his use of magic reveal he is also a magician. Definitely, the power of summoning objects is arcane or sorcery. Moreover, the question remains about whether the Mask possesses Stanley.

In Behind ‘The Mask,’ Kyle McGovern looks at the origins behind the pop movie. Originally, the Mask was a metaphor for human impulses and how it amplifies its aggression.

“You see a guy who’s downtrodden, he’s got issues, he feels like the world has kicked him a bunch,” says comic book artist Doug Mahnke, who worked on Mayhem and several other miniseries featuring the Mask. “All of a sudden he has this chance to get away with a bunch of —-.”

Definitely, we are closer to the answer that the fact he may actually be a #villain, and not an #anti-hero.


LINKS

The Mask in Comic Vine.
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Dark Horse Day Series: Why The Mask Is A #Hero

 

DARK HORSE DAY

The Mask (1991) #1. Dark Horse Comics.

IN RELIGIOUS WARFARE

INTRO

In 1994, The Mask movie became a pop sensation and propelled Jim Carrey into super-stardom. Really, it perhaps defined the decade in movies and showed Hollywood at its best.

With a cocktail of gags, fun, romance and PG-13 violence the movie wowed audiences worldwide. Indeed, worldwide, we all dreamed of donning the fateful Mask and gaining super powers and the instant cool factor!

Though the movie was certainly successful it clearly presented the comic villain as a hero or anti-hero. In fact, it even led to the successful The Mask animated series.

However, it is clear that the Mask is an artifact that amplifies its wearer’s own penchant for violence and destruction. In our first series article, we ask: Is The Mask a #hero?


Flashback FM

#HERO OR #VILLAIN?

Across media, the Mask’s portrayals vary from anti-hero to villain. Popularly, the Mask movie portrayed the character in a more familiar light, as an anti-hero.

In the film, Stanley Ipkiss is the first Mask: a disgruntled employee, bullied and romantic, Stanley stumbles upon an ancient mask, wears it and becomes the Mask.

For the most part, he wants lots of money, have fun and win the heart of his impossible love, the girlfriend of Coco Bongo gangster named Tina.

However, the comics presented the character as a villain who despite having a girlfriend, is bullied by mobsters.

When he finds the mask, he puts it on and becomes the Mask: bloodlusted, he causes mayhem, deaths and destruction.

So our series should help us answer: Is the Mask a #villain or a #hero? Let’s look at television.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

OUR POLL

So far, the Twitter audience has not given any votes.

Let’s look at four elements of The Mask and how the artifact may actually make him a #hero.

 

VISIT THE SUPERHERO DAY PAGE

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IS THE MASK A #HERO?

#HERO: LIKE ABRAHAM LINCOLN

In the television series, Stanley Ipkiss is a good-hearted person who protects Edge City from villains. With his magical mask, he struggles to control his insanity as the Mask and do good. In fact, when other villains put on the mask, they become destructive and evil.

In the show, only Ipkiss and Evelyn are able to remain good when they put on the mask. In Shadow of a Skillet, we learn that only Abraham Lincoln, Stanley and Evelyn have remained good when putting on the Mask. Indeed, showing Stanley is in fact a #hero.

#VILLAIN: VENDETTAS

Perhaps, one of the Mask’s comical character flaws is his penchant for vendettas against supervillains. In Season 2: Episode 6, Channel Surfer appears for the first time. Formerly Raymond Nielsen, he became Channel Surfer when his walled TV sets fell onto him and gave him superpowers.

To avenge the cancellation of his favorite show Pointy Peaks, Channel Surfer goes on a spree of thefts of TVs and appliances at electronic stores in Edge City. At Maniacal Mike’s Tele-village, he encounters the Mask shopping there and robs him of his appliances. Then, the Mask attacks him not to save the city but because of his vendetta.

#HERO: SISTER MASK

In Sister Mask, Stanley discovers a sister mask which when joined to the mask allows him to control the Mask. In reality, the villain Pretorius is at the origin of the machination. Indeed, he creates the sister mask to turn the Mask into his puppet.

To this end, his objective is to collect rare meteorite fragments. Violently, the scheme also leads to the Mask’s battle against the Army. Nonetheless, the episode reveals Stanley’s struggle to keep the Mask under control and protect his good side as a #hero.

#VILLAIN: DARK SIDE

In Western Animation / The Mask, TV Tropes states that the Mask actually has a dark side which Stanley fights. In fact, it is due to its previous hosts being themselves with a dark side.

For example, Genghis Khan and Blackbeard, both donned the Mask in the past. For this reason, Stanley though a good person, may be prone to behave as a #villain with the Mask.

 

ADVERTISE WITH US

THE MASK IS A #MAGICIAN

Across media, the Mask is certainly #possessed. In fact, his superhuman strength and his reliance on the artifact indicate a form of shamanic possession.

At the same time, his use of magic reveal he is also a magician. Definitely, the power of summoning objects is arcane or sorcery. Moreover, the question remains about whether the Mask possesses Stanley.

In Behind ‘The Mask,’ Kyle McGovern looks at the origins behind the pop movie. Originally, the Mask was a metaphor for human impulses and how it amplifies its aggression.

“You see a guy who’s downtrodden, he’s got issues, he feels like the world has kicked him a bunch,” says comic book artist Doug Mahnke, who worked on Mayhem and several other miniseries featuring the Mask. “All of a sudden he has this chance to get away with a bunch of —-.”

Definitely, we are closer to the answer that the fact he may actually be a #villain, and not an #anti-hero.

DARK HORSE DAY SERIES: WHY THE MASK IS A #VILLAIN. OCTOBER 29TH.


LINKS

Channel Surfer in The Mask Wiki.
Sister Mask in The Mask Wiki.
Western Animation / The Mask in TV Tropes.
Behind ‘The Mask’ in The Ringer.
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Avis De Produits: “The Mask #0”

 

AVIS DE PRODUITS

"The Mask" (1991) #0. Dark Horse Comics.
“The Mask” (1991) #0. Dark Horse Comics.

DANS GUIDES DE LECTURE, LISTES ET AVIS

Le meilleur récit de The Mask à sa première parution. Presentez cette bande dessinée a vos amis pour célébrer l’impact culturel du Festival de Cannes et de la culture Américaine. Disponible sur Amazon.

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"The Mask" (1991) #0. Dark Horse Comics.

DESCRIPTION DE PRODUIT


récits:
– Who’s Laughing Now?
– What revenge means to me.
– Have gun, will use.
– Final Kick!
prélude au Cycle “The Big-Head Saga”
recueil d’anciennes publications en noir & blanc
numéro stand-alone, récit complet
suggestion de lecture:
The Mask (1991) #0-4
The Mask Returns (1992) #1-4
The Mask Strikes Back (1995) #1-5
Walter (1996) #1-4

Dans la bande déssinée Américaine, The Mask (1991) #0, est une re-publication de la première parution du héros titulaire. En fait, la première parution du héros est dans Mayhem (1989) #1 que ce récit re-publie.

Les célèbres écrivain John Arcudi et dessinateur Doug Mahnke créent l’histoire et le caractère. Quoique d’un humour noir et dingue, le caractère en est à ses debuts de gags et déboires. Pour sa part, les planches du dessinateur sont des ébauches simplistes.

Evidemment, partagez cette bande dessinée avec tous les fans du Festival de Cannes, The Mask et de la bande dessinée Américaine. Certainement, cet illustre récit vaut son prix et vous rappellera les bons moments.

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CARACTÉRISTIQUE DE PRODUIT


Cette bande dessinée montre The Mask #0. Une caractéristique de cette bande dessinée est qu’elle est disponible sur format comic. Elle est publiée par Dark Horse.

CARACTÉRISTIQUES ET SPÉCIFICATIONS


  • The Mask #0.
  • Edition: Dark Horse.
  • Langue: Anglais.
  • Poids de l’article: 1 kg.
  • Le format comic est disponible.
  • Publication Date: 1 Decembre 1991.

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AVIS ET EVALUATIONS DE CONSOMMATEURS


Certainement, The Mask est l’un des personnages les plus célébrés de Hollywood. Avec Jim Carrey, le filme culte a fait sensation au niveau international. Ce récit re-publie la première parution du héros avec un humour noir et des planches simplistes.

La bande dessinée est excellente pour votre collection. Certainement, vous allez aimer l’humour noir. À conseiller à un public adulte. Référez-vous a notre boutique pour plus de livres.

Ce produit n’a aucune évaluation.

Finalement, cette bande dessinée était superbe.

CONCLUSION


POSITIF:

  • Le format comic est disponible.
  • Première parution du héros
    • Humour noir.

NEGATIF:

  • Pas assez d’évaluations.

NOTRE NOTE D’AVIS DE PRODUIT


Je recommende cette bande dessinée comme un récit de valeur pour les collectionneurs de The Mask.


























Rating: 5 out of 5.


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Dark Horse Day Series: Why The Mask’s Magic Is Possession

 

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DARK HORSE DAY

The Mask (1991) #1. Dark Horse Comics.

IN RELIGIOUS WARFARE

INTRO

In 1994, The Mask movie became a pop sensation and propelled Jim Carrey into super-stardom. Really, it perhaps defined the decade in movies and showed Hollywood at its best.

With a cocktail of gags, fun, romance and PG-13 violence the movie wowed audiences worldwide. Indeed, worldwide, we all dreamed of donning the fateful Mask and gaining super powers and the instant cool factor!

Though the movie was certainly successful it clearly presented the comic villain as a hero or anti-hero. In fact, it even led to the successful The Mask animated series.

However, it is clear that the Mask is an artifact that amplifies its wearer’s own penchant for violence and destruction. In our first series article, we ask: Is The Mask #possessed?


Flashback FM

#HERO OR #VILLAIN?

Across media, the Mask’s portrayals vary from anti-hero to villain. Popularly, the Mask movie portrayed the character in a more familiar light, as an anti-hero.

In the film, Stanley Ipkiss is the first Mask: a disgruntled employee, bullied and romantic, Stanley stumbles upon an ancient mask, wears it and becomes the Mask.

For the most part, he wants lots of money, have fun and win the heart of his impossible love, the girlfriend of Coco Bongo gangster named Tina.

However, the comics presented the character as a villain who despite having a girlfriend, is bullied by mobsters.

When he finds the mask, he puts it on and becomes the Mask: bloodlusted, he causes mayhem, deaths and destruction.

So our series should help us answer: Is the Mask a #villain or a #hero? Let’s look at comics and film.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

OUR POLL

So far, the Twitter audience has not given any votes.

Let’s look at four elements of The Mask and how the artifact may actually make him #possessed.

 

VISIT THE SUPERHERO DAY PAGE

A FAN OF THE MASK? CLICK ON THE MASK #1 BELOW TO BUY THE STAPLE-BOUND ON AMAZON.

IS THE MASK #POSSESSED?

#POSSESSED: BLOODLUST (COMICS)

Notoriously, in Mayhem (1989) #1, one of the central effects of the Mask is to increase its wearer’s bloodlust. When Stanley dons the Mask the first time, he cracks his first gag: “But First…” After some mishaps, he ends up at the biker gang that attacked him earlier. In search of payback, he completely murders the whole gang, leaving their whole shop in flames. In many cases, the possessed display Peak Human to superhuman strength. At the end, he leaves laughing maniacally.

Likewise, in The Mask Returns (1993) #3, we learn the origin story of the Mask. Originally, the Mask was a shamanic artifact that was part of cult rituals. In fact, it fed on death and often increased its wearer’s bloodlust. Indeed, it needed the death of the wearer for the ritual to continue. In the comic, when Katherine puts on the Mask she kills Stanley Ipkiss, her boyfriend. Definitely, the Mask makes its wearers #possessed. Indeed, the bloodlust and the superhuman strength indicate possession.

#CRIMINAL: MAYHEM (FILM)

In the film, the Mask is more often a comedian and a flirt. In fact, he rarely kills and many of his violent outbursts are jokes. At the end, he kills only Dorian the main antagonist in order to save Tina.

At the same time, his penchant for destruction and mayhem causes him the attention of the police. Certainly, the big dance scene with the police force is a highlight of the movie. Definitely, Stanley Ipkiss may be #possessed and not a #criminal.

#POSSESSED: MAGIC (FILM)

Perhaps, the most controversial aspect. Normally, the #possessed exhibit superhuman strength and arcane knowledge. In addition, they may be visited by supernatural or paranormal phenomena. In the movie, it is revealed that the Mask was created by the Asgardian god Loki in order to spread chaos on Earth. On multiple occasions, the Mask uses magic or supernatural power.

For example, he induces mass hypnosis by making an entire police force dance on the streets. Also, he creates a siphon in the pond at the Coco Bongo by painting on the tree where Tina is chained. Other powers are his super speed, and his super strength. At the same time, this is not typical of the #possessed and actually reflects magic or supernatural power. Definitely, the Mask is a magician or sorcerer.

#CRIMINAL: GUNS (COMICS)

In the comics, the Mask frequently uses guns. In fact, his bloodlust and his magic cause him to seek revenge and kill people. In the first appearance, the Mask uses guns to kill the biker gang that bullied him.

Certainly, the use of guns is not necessarily criminal. However, here, it is for the purpose of committing crimes. Definitely, the Mask is also a #criminal.

 

ADVERTISE WITH US

THE MASK IS A #MAGICIAN

Across media, the Mask is certainly #possessed. In fact, his superhuman strength and his reliance on the artifact indicate a form of shamanic possession.

At the same time, his use of magic reveal he is also a magician. Definitely, the power of summoning objects is arcane or sorcery. Moreover, the question remains about whether the Mask possesses Stanley.

In Behind ‘The Mask,’ Kyle McGovern looks at the origins behind the pop movie. Originally, the Mask was a metaphor for human impulses and how it amplifies its aggression.

“You see a guy who’s downtrodden, he’s got issues, he feels like the world has kicked him a bunch,” says comic book artist Doug Mahnke, who worked on Mayhem and several other miniseries featuring the Mask. “All of a sudden he has this chance to get away with a bunch of —-.”

Definitely, we are closer to the answer that the fact he may actually be a #villain, and not an #anti-hero.

DARK HORSE DAY SERIES: WHY THE MASK IS A #VILLAIN. JUNE 2ND.


LINKS

Behind ‘The Mask’ in The Ringer.
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Reviews: Ranking Of The Most Valuable The Mask Comics From The Copper Age

 

REVIEWS

The Mask. Dark Horse Comics.

IN FRANCHISES, COMIC VALUES AND COLLECTIONS

*This ranking uses CGC count sales.

1990s MOST VALUABLE THE MASK COMICS

STAR RATINGS:

Best: 5 to 4.5 stars.

Good: 4 to 3 stars.

Bad: 2.5 to 2 stars.

Worst: 1.5 to 0 stars.

BEST: WHO’S LAUGHING NOW

Collects The Mask #0.


























Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dialogue: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Plot: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Characterization: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Art: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Gloriously, The Mask #0 is a reprint of Mayhem #1. On gocollect.com, it holds 6 sale records. And really, we know why. Indeed, it is the story that continues the Mayhem series.

Definitely, comic collectors should collect this comic. Today, the Mask’s popularity can enjoy a revival with the pandemic and the popularity of wearing masks.

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BEST: MASK JUSTICE (1991)

Collects The Mask #1.


























Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dialogue: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Plot: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Characterization: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Art: 5.0 out of 5.0 stars.

Gloriously, The Mask #1 is the top of The Mask‘s most valuable comics. On gocollect.com, it holds 20 sale records. And really, we know why. Indeed, it is the story that continued a pop culture phenomenon.

Definitely, comic collectors should rave about this rare comic since it has aged well. Today, The Mask has been adapted in The Mask and Son of The Mask.


RESOURCES

VISIT THE MASK COMICS TO COLLECT:

Gocollect.com: The Mask.

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LINKS

The Mask Vol 1 0 in Dark Horse Database.
Gocollect.com.
The Mask #0 in gocollect.com.
The Mask Vol 1 1 in gocollect.com.
The Mask #1 in gocollect.com.
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Fan Theory: In ‘The Mask Returns,’ The Mask’s Magic Comes From Death And Gives Its Wearer Blood-Lust

 

FAN THEORY

In 'The Mask Returns' (1993) #3, Katherine wears the mask.
In The Mask Returns (1993) #3, Katherine wears the mask. Dark Horse Comics.

IN ORIGIN STORIES

THE MASK WAS A SHAMANIC ARTIFACT THAT FED ON DEATH

In The Mask Returns (1993) #3, we learn the origin story of the Mask. Originally, the Mask was part of cult rituals. In fact, in Katherine’s dream, the ritual involved beheading a shaman wearing the Mask. After the shaman is beheaded, his headless body walks and puts the head back on the body. Probably, the Mask’s magic needed death in order to continue.

Then, the Shaman removes the Mask and places it on the altar. Criminally, a thief called Razziky steals and replaces the Mask with a fake duplicate. When his associates find him to request the relic, he gives them another fake one. Quickly, the thief wears the Mask and kills the hired men. Suddenly, Katherine wakes up and wonders if her dream was the Mask’s origin story.

The Mask. Dark Horse Comics.

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THE MASK GRANTS ITS WEARER SUPERNATURAL ABILITIES AND BLOOD-LUST

STANLEY IPKISS

In Mayhem, the Mask appears for the first time in Dark Horse continuity. To begin, low-life Stanley Ipkiss buys the Mask at a shop for his girlfriend Katherine. At night, he puts it on. And true to form, he gains supernatural abilities with added blood lust. Indeed, the anti-hero goes on crime sprees and even murdering law enforcement. When Katherine learns about the Mask, she breaks up with Stanley.

KATHERINE AND OTHERS

However, Katherine steals the Mask. And true to form, she gains supernatural abilities with added blood lust. Indeed, she kills her own ex-boyfriend Stanley Ipkiss. Other Mask wearers include Lieutenant Kellaway, Mob Boss and Rick. For the most part, the Mask seems to grant the user’s desires though it gives them blood lust and aggression. Other Mask wearers such as Ben, Hugo and Archie have distorted perceptions of reality and little blood lust.

Katherine. Dark Horse Comics.

 

 

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LINKS

The Mask Returns Vol 1 3 in Dark Horse Database.