For the movie Mask:

For the animated series M.A.S.K.:

For the M.A.S.K. comics:

  • Broken Base: Matt Trakker's Race Lift. Either it's an affront to the character and PC-pandering, or it's an excellent decision to race-lift a White Male Lead since every 80's property in the Revolution (2016) cross-over has a white male lead anyway.
  • Critical Dissonance: The series is seen by most fans as intolerably bad, but it's won two Glyph Awards and been featured on ComicBookResources' Buy Pile. Go figure.
  • Idiot Plot: Even ignoring the multiple continuity errors both between issues and from Revolution, the plot of the first arc seems to rely on the M.A.S.K. heroes not recognising V.E.N.O.M., despite them using exactly the same designs as they did in Revolution.
  • Snark Bait: IDW's comic is often seen as the weak link of the Hasbro Comic Universe due to its dull plot, clunky dialogue and considerable continuity errors with the event it's supposed to tie into.
  • Vanilla Protagonist: The heroes retread a lot of the standard tropes most heroes tread. This contrasts Miles who was fairly popular by just how integrated he was into the IDW Hasbro universe.