Halo 2009: Wave 1 Equipment Edition

by Outsiders
September 26, 2008
McFarlane Toys is giving an early look at some of the newest Halo action figures and merchandise that is expected to hit early next year.


5-inch scale figures with off-the-charts detail and articulation

* Master Chief (with rocket launcher and bubble shield)
* Elite Combat - Tan (with carbine rifle and gravity lift)
* Spartan Soldier EOD - Red (with dual SMGs and trip mine)
* Spartan Soldier Security - Olive (with dual maulers and radar jammer)
* Spartan Soldier Security - Steel (Game Stop UK and Target Australia Exclusive with dual SMGs and trip mine)
* Spartan Scout - Orange (with shotgun and radar jammer)
* Spartan Hayabusa - Pink (with shotgun and radar jammer)
* Spartan Hayabusa - Blue (with dual maulers and power drainer)
* PHOTO TO COME: Arbiter - Active Camo (with plasma sword and bubble shield)

*Figure release dates, lineups and weapons are subject to change.
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JFAK075 - 2008-10-05 @ 2:46 pm

They're cool and all: my only issue is how many points you need. They could have made them a bit easier to get. _

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