The Bride Mask is a famous manhwa set in the 1930s during the Japanese occupation. The hero, Lee Kang-to, is known as 'Gaksital' because he wears a mask to hide his face — one of those traditional play masks, specifically the rosy-cheeked one reserved for the female role, aka the bride. He's an unassuming young man in real life, but when he dons his superhero mask, he fights injustice and rights wrongs during one of the darkest periods of Korea's history.
Runtime: 65 minutes
The Bride Mask - The Mask: Animated Series - Netflix
The Mask: Animated Series is an American animated television series based on The Mask (1994). The show ran for three seasons, from August 12, 1995 to August 30, 1997 on CBS, and spawned its own short-run comic book series, Adventures of The Mask. John Arcudi, former writer of the original comics, penned two episodes of the series. It originally was played during the CBS Kidshow line-up on Saturday mornings, but after being cancelled, it was moved to Cartoon Network (where the live-action films were also aired). The show also ran in syndication.
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Francis Forthwright (voiced by Mary McDonald-Lewis) – One of Stanley's neighbors who sometimes wants Stanley to babysit her baby boy during random moments, which annoys Stanley. Baby Forthwright (vocal effects provided by Frank Welker) – Francis Forthwright's baby. Wore the mask on three occasions: part one of “The Mask is Always Greener on the Other Side”, “Baby's Wild Ride”, and “Mutiny of the Bounty Hunter”. Bank President (voiced by Jim Cummings) – The unnamed boss of Stanley Ipkiss and Charlie Schumacher whose face is off-screen. The film featured his son, Mr. Dickey, who also works at the bank. Arthur “Art” Nouveau (voiced by Jim Cummings) – An art forger who threatened to blow up a dynamite factory unless his demands were met. He only appeared in “The Terrible Twos”.
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