Black Mask may refer to:
- Black Mask (magazine), a pulp magazine launched in 1920 by H. L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan
- Black Mask (film), a 1996 movie starring Jet Li
- Black Mask 2: City of Masks, 2002 sequel movie to the 1996 film
- Black Mask (anarchists), the original name of the situationist group later known as Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers
- Black Mask (comics), a foe of the Batman in the DC Comics universe
- Black Mask (comic book), a three issue mini-series from DC Comics set in the 1950s
- Black Mask, a character in Hikari Sentai Maskman
Other articles related to "black mask, mask":
... Black Mask Batman #386 (August 1985) Black Mask (Roman Sionis) was a former businessman who hated both Bruce Wayne and Batman, wore a black mask (hence his alias), and led a vast organization ... (the former owner of Arkham Asylum) was driven insane and subsequently became the second Black Mask ... Batman #666 (July 2007) Professor Pyg is a deranged gang leader who wears a pig mask and grafts synthetic doll faces onto his victims, whom he uses as henchmen called Dollotrons ...
... society, which is to show a fake reality in order to mask the real capitalist degradation of human life ... In the 1960s, the Dada-influenced art group Black Mask declared that revolutionary art should be "an integral part of life, as in primitive society, and not an appendage to wealth." Black Mask ... After, the Motherfuckers grew out of a combination of Black Mask and another group called Angry Arts ...
... the first hard-boiled story, "The False Burton Combs," published in Black Mask magazine in December 1922, followed closely by "It's All in the Game" (Black Mask ... of the Open Palm," published June 1, 1923, in Black Mask and predating the October 1923 debut of Dashiell Hammett's Continental Op character ...
... Voice Actor John DiMaggio Taboo is Black Mask's right-hand man. ...
Famous quotes containing the words mask and/or black:
“Mediocrity is the most effective mask a superior spirit can wear, because to the great majority, which is to say, to the mediocre, it will not suggest a disguise:and yet it is precisely for their sake that he puts it onso as not to arouse them, and, indeed, not infrequently to avoid this out of pity and benevolence.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“Thus while I sit and sigh the day
With all his borrowd lights away,
Till nights black wings do overtake me,
Thinking on thee, thy beauties then,
As sudden lights do sleepy men,
So they by their bright rays awake me.”
—Sir John Suckling (16091642)