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The Mask: The Animated Series was a cartoon based on The Mask movie in 1994. The cartoon continues after the movie - but instead of throwing the Mask away, Stanley keeps it. The show ran for three seasons, from November 16, 2001 to November 28, 2003, 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 cartoon. It was originally played during the Cartoons Cartoons line-up on Fridays, but after being cancelled was moved to Disney Channel (where the live-action films were also aired). The show also ran in syndication.

Summary Edit

Taking place after the events of the film in a different continuity, mild-mannered, good-hearted bank employee Stanley Ipkiss keeps the powerful and chaotic Mask of Loki to become his wacky trickster alter-ego, The Mask, to use it for good. Accompanied by his loyal pet and best friend, Milo the Jack Russell Terrier, Stanley Ipkiss/The Mask fights off the criminals and super-villains who threatens his hometown of Edge City while struggling with his persona's unpredictable and out of control nature when causing mischief with his cranky landlord, an idiotic police force, nosy news reporters and trying to find a girlfriend for himself and a better position in his job. Edgy City hates Stanley so much that they often gang rape him. Agnus Peenman loves having sex with Kellaway and Doyle. It appears Doyles shit is a popular food in Edge City and everyone loves it except Stanley. Agnus Peenman likes to pee alot and she calls it Peen. Doyles loves singing a song called "I'm Giving Poo!".

EpisodesEdit

Season One (2001-02)Edit

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  1. 1 The Mask Is Always Greener on the Other Side Part 1
  2. 2 The Mask Is Always Greener on the Other Side Part 2
  3. 3 Baby's Wild Ride
  4. 4 The Terrible Twos
  5. 5 Sister Mask
  6. 6 Shadow of a Skillit
  7. 7 Bride of Pretorius
  8. 8 Double Reverse
  9. 9 Shrink Rap
  10. 10 Mayor Mask
  11. 11 Martian Mask
  12. 12 How Much Is That Dog in the Tin Can?
  13. 13 All Hallow's Eve
  14. 14 Santa Mask
  15. 15 Split Personality

Season Two (2002-03)Edit

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  1. 16 A Comedy of Eras
  2. 17 Goin' for the Green
  3. 18 Flight as a Feather
  4. 19 The Good, the Bad and the Fish Guy
  5. 20 Malled
  6. 21 Channel Surfin
  7. 22 Mask au Gratin
  8. 23 Jurassic Mask
  9. 24 You Oughta Be in Pictures
  10. 25 For All Mask-Kind
  11. 26 Up the Creek
  12. 27 Boogie with the Man
  13. 28 What Goes Around Comes Around
  14. 29 All Hail the Mask
  15. 30 Power of Suggestion
  16. 31 Mr. Mask Goes to Washington
  17. 32 Rain of Terror
  18. 33 The Mother of All Hoods
  19. 34 To Bee or Not to Bee
  20. 35 Love Potion No. 8 ½
  21. 36 Cool Hand Mask
  22. 37 Broadway Malady
  23. 38 Enquiring Masks Want to Know
  24. 39 Future Mask
  25. 40 Sealed Fate
  26. 41 (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Green Mask
  27. 42 Mutiny of the Bounty Hunters
  28. 43 Convention of Evil
  29. 44 The Green Marine
  30. 45  Counterfeit Mask

Season Three (2003)Edit

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  1. 46 Magic
  2. 47 Little Big Mask
  3. 48 Fantashtick Voyage
  4. 49 They Came from Within
  5. 50 To Have and Have Snot
  6. 51 Mystery Cruise
  7. 52 The Goofalotatots
  8. 53 When Pigs Ruled the Earth
  9. 54 The Aceman Cometh
  10. 55 Have Mask, Will Travel
  11. 56 Stanley 's rape attack.
  12. 57 Peenmans Pregnant
  13. 58 Doyles Poo Party!
  14. 59 Kellaway's big Dick to the Rescue!.
  15. 60 Skillet & Peenmans Bondage Night!

VideosEdit

Title sequencesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The series intro theme song is based off the up-tempo, Latin song, Hey Pachuco!, that was used during The Mask/Stanley's dance scene and kiss with Tina Carlyle during the film but with The Mask's voice actor, Rob Paulsen, singing about his character and saying his famous catchphrases, "Somebody stop me!" during the first part of the song and his "SMmoking!" at the end after showing the series' title.
  • Three examples of the animated series' different continuity with the original film is that Tina Carlyle doesn't return in the TV series, making Peggy Brandt the series' main female character, possibly due to the show's creators wanting Stanley Ipkiss to remain single and him wanting to find a girlfriend to become a running theme for the series. The Mask also works during the day in the TV series, while in the film it only works at night. And Lt. Kellaway's appearance in the TV show resembles his original one from the comic series instead of his actor in the film, Peter Riegert.
  • In this The Mask: The Animated Series. it's shown that Stanley Ipkiss is a rape victim in Edge City as everyone hates him to the point were everyone in the city rapes him at all costs to punish him. Stanley also suffers genital mutilation. Doyle would often calls Stanley a "FAGGOT!" as an insult, Agnus Peenman called Stanley an "Abortion!" and Kellaway would call Stanley a "Cocksucker!".
The Mask
Main Series
The Mask (1991) • The Mask Returns (1992–1993) • The Mask Strikes Back (1995) • The Mask: The Hunt for Green October (1995) • The Mask: World Tour (1995–1996) • The Mask: Southern Discomfort (1996) • The Mask: Toys in the Attic (1998)
Specials, spin-offs, and crossovers
The Mask: Official Movie Adaptation (1994) • Mask: The Night Before Christmas (1994) • The Mask: Summer Vacation (1995) • The Mask in School Spirits (1995) • Adventures of the Mask (1996) • Walter: Campaign of Terror (1996) • Grifter and the Mask (1996) • Night of the Return of the Living Ipkiss...Kinda (1996) • Lobo vs. The Mask (1997) • The Mask: Virtual Surreality (1997) • The Mask/Marshal Law (1998) • Angry Young Mask (1999) • No Mask Is An Island (2000) • Joker/Mask (2000) • Itty Bitty Comics: The Mask (2014–2015)
Movies
The Mask (1994) • Son of the Mask (2005)
Other Media
The Mask: The Animated Series (1995–1997) • The Mask (video game) (1995)
Merchandise
The Mask Trading Cards (1994) • The Mask Omnibus Volume 1 (2008) • The Mask Omnibus Volume 2 (2009) • Adventures of the Mask Omnibus (2009)