Mattel Halo Action Figures on the Horizon

The New Mattel Halo Action Figures Look Noice

Mattel and Microsoft have joined forces on a new series of Halo action figures, bringing joy to many fans worldwide. This new deal between the two companies was announced right before Toy Fair 2016 during which Mattel released many photos and details of the figures.

Two series of Halo action figures, as of now, have been announced. The first series will be 6 inches in height (approximately 15cm) and will feature 30 points of articulation, making it possible for fans to choose just about any pose they wish. What is really great about these figures is that they will feature interchangeable armor and interchangeable weapons, giving collectors the option of completely changing the look of the figures. Five such figures will be made, all Spartan class, while only one Covenant Elite figure will be released with no interchangeable armor. All 6 figures will be done in great detail to resemble their video game counterparts. Each of the figures will cost $20.

The second series will feature larger, 12 inch figures (approximately 30cm), which will be made with fewer details, but will still be more than worth it, considering the price will be just $9.99 per figure. Although you won’t be able to change the armor, the weapon will be interchangeable, and you will also be able to clip it onto the back of the figure.

These figures are not the only Halo brand toys and figures announced. In addition, a brand new set of vehicle replicas was announced as well, with the first being a 6 inch Ghost Replica, and a Warthog Replica for the 12 inch figures.

Mattel will also continue releasing the real size dart guns based on Halo, with the MA-5 Assault Rifle and the Brute Spiker being announced, as well as a full-size Energy Sword Replica. Be sure to check the company’s website for more information on this and for information about other Mattel Halo products

By Bryan Stewart

Bryan first discovered an appreciation for action figures at an early age, setting up elaborate GI Joe ant hill attacks, complete with firework pyrotechnics. Due to the high injury rate for the Joes, replacements were a constant necessity.

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