Halo now has thirty books.
It’s an incredible, unmatched achievement – and most of it’s excellent. But it is also something that presents a bit of a problem, which can be summarised succinctly as…
Halo now has thirty books!
Read More Halo has a growing transmedia problem
When 343 Industries inherited the mantle of the Halo franchise and decided to continue the story of the Master Chief and Cortana, the universe asked a question.
The answer arrived in the form of metal and madness, bearing the name ‘Promethean.’
Read More From Peter Jackson to Halo Infinite – A Rumination on the Prometheans
Shunned by their creators, enslaved by the Covenant, tortured and experimented on by the Banished… the Huragok just can’t seem to catch a break.
However, these seemingly unassuming victims had an unexpected plan they hoped to fulfil as the Human-Covenant war came to its inevitable conclusion.
A plan that – had it succeeded – would have changed everything.
Read More The Huragok Master Plan to Fire Halo (Yes, Really…)
To learn more about what’s next for Rion Forge and her crew’s search for the long-vanished Spirit of Fire in Halo: Renegades, I got in touch with author Kelly Gay, who was more than happy to answer some questions and drop a few teasers for what is perhaps the best and most important Halo novel since Silentium.
Read More I Interviewed Kelly Gay! – A Primer for HALO: RENEGADES
MIDNIGHT The ornate edifice of the Didact’s combat skin shook and sputtered as the pulse grenade overloaded his systems, and the Master Chief fell at the ancient Forerunner’s feet on the hard-light bridge. A moment lingered between them, from behind their cold masks – warrior-to-warrior, acknowledging that this battle was over, but the fight, their […]
Read More 343’s Growing Problem with Halo’s Endings
“Brute chief, Jovus, believes himself the most dangerous brute in the galaxy. But Atriox’s fearsome legend has reached even the most distant UNSC outpost. When the two brutes come face to face, their clash shapes the future of the Banished.” Well, here we are… the final issue of Halo: Rise of Atriox has released, heralding not […]
Read More Rise of Atriox, Issue #5 – Review
Sixteen years… It occurs to me that Halo has been in my life longer than it hasn’t. I was seven when Halo 1 released and I’m twenty-three now. This series has been alongside me throughout the most formative years of my life. As I’m sure is the case for many of you, I simply cannot imagine what […]
Read More Celebrating 16 Years of Halo With 16 Obscure Lore Facts