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Showtime's upcoming Halo series will feature Master Chief as one of its lead characters.
Microsoft's Halo franchise is getting a live action TV show - and not a moment too soon, as it could be what the series needs to give it new life.
Dark Horse Comics presents Halo: Collateral Damage #1 from Alex Irvine, Dave Crosland and Leonard O'Grady, with a cover by Zak Hartong.
Hasbro, Diamond Select Toys, Funko and others will offer Comic Con International exclusives through Toys "R" Us.
Nick Sousanis' "Unflattening" won the 2016 Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year, while Lucy Knisley's "Displacement" and Kathryn and Stuart Immonen's "Russian Olive to Red King" were named honor books.
Link is ready for 26th-century combat with this cosplay that mashes together "The Legend of Zelda" with "Halo."
With this "Halo" Master Chief replica motorcycle helmet, you'll be ready for anything -- whether it's a clash with the Covenant or a trip to the store.
More than two years after it was announced, the live-action adaptation is still in development, but Showtime cautions that we shouldn't expect any details soon.
Hot Toys presents "Age of Ultron" Black Widow, DC Collectibles shows Bat-accessories and Robert Burden paints a massive Star Wars piece.
McFarlane Toys showed off tons of "Walking Dead" comic book, TV and building sets along with Halo, WWE and a Medieval Spawn statue!
Jim Lee sketches the next DC statue from Kotobukiya, Diamond Select Toys unveils miles of Minimates and much more!
Agent Locke goes to war in the latest trailer for the Ridley Scott-produced Xbox Live series Halo: Nightfall.