Brick master Cody Fowler combined two of his passions, Halo 5 and LEGO, for a massive project that took approximately 3-years to complete using more than 10,000 bricks. This UNSC ship recreation not only looks the part, but blue LEDs were installed for added effect. Unlike similar builds, you won't find any stacks on this vessel, as everything was carefully planned to have only two support beams showing. Continue reading for a couple more pictures.
Halo 5 is currently one of the hottest games available, so much so that gamer DeAnna Davis decided to create real-life armor modeled after the in-game suits. "My Halo 5 Kelly 087 is my 10th full suit of armor offically ( not counting projects that included armor work but wasnt a full head to toe ordeal) And the first thing i learned was mobility is most important, (which i learned the hard way since i couldnt bend my knees or sit down in my deamon hunter cosplay xD(my 1st suit ever (go big or go home). But I really took that to heart with this suit so in a little less than one whole month of non stop work i made sure everything was not only easy to move in but pretty comfortable," said Davis. Continue reading for one more pictures.
Limited to just 3,000-units worldwide, this Halo Needler Replica was modeled after its video game counterpart. This 1:1 replica of one of Halo's most iconic weapons features LED lights, in-game sounds and over a dozen motorized crystal shards. When you squeeze the trigger, the crystal shards retract in sequence to simulate being fired. To reload, simply travel to the Sanghelios moon of Suban for extra crystals. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Yes, this real-life Halo 4 Warthog vehicle commissioned by 343 Industries, a subsidiary of Microsoft, and built by the Aria has been circulating on the internet for quite some time now, but it recently visited Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, Washington and this epic video ensued. Just to recap, it's based on the Hummer H1 chassis and stands 8-feet tall. The team spent months creating a Warthog body identical to the video version, right down to the fake rivets on the plastic reinforced fiberglass body panels and gauges in the interior with static readouts. That's not all, even the horn heard in-game has been lifted and attached to a speaker. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including what happens when molten aluminum meets a lava lamp.
You might have seen, or at least heard of, NECA's - a Japanese company known for its action figures and collectibles - street-legal Master Chief motorcycle helmet, but it will soon begin to ship. That's right, this limited edition helmet meets US Department of Transportation standards for motorcycle helmets, and sports a modular design that allows the front to pop up. There are front air intakes that reduce fogging behind the UV-protection eye shield. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Standing over 7-feet-tall, this insane Halo Elite costume is full of fancy animatronics, and looks to be straight from a live-action movie. It was designed and built by self-taught special effects artist Pete Mander. Yes, it's wearable and extremely detailed. Let's just hope if Hollywood ever decides to greenlight a Halo movie, based on the game, they have Pete Mander on their special effects team. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today.
You've seen the Spider-Man and Venom motorcycle helmets, now check out Neca's Master Chief Halo version. Don't let its looks fool you, this helmet is 100% approved by the Department of Transportation for street use. Available in four sizes (small to extra large), this helmet all the features that a rider might need, including a UV-coated visor, front / rear vents for reduced fogging + comfort, and an easy-open design made for riders wearing motorcycle gloves. Continue reading for a video and more information.
LEGO and Halo fans rejoice! LEGO master Lee Jones has recreated the "UNSC Pillar of Autumn" from Halo with nothing but bricks. Unfortunately, it's not for sale as it took him approximately 3.5-years to complete at the cost of $7,000. Plus, it weighs a massive 220-pounds and measures 7-feet in length. In the games, it's a Halcyon-class light cruiser in the UNSC Navy. Prior to the Fall of Reach, the Pillar of Autumn was selected to support Operation: RED FLAG, a SPARTAN-II mission to capture Covenant leaders. Captain Jacob Keyes was placed in command. The operation was forestalled by the Covenant assault on Reach; the cruiser carried some of the few UNSC survivors and fled the system having lost most of its intended SPARTAN-II passenger. Continue reading for more pictures.
Halo has been a runaway success for Microsoft, so much so that fan Peter Cooper decided to build his very own Warthog replica. It can be yours for just $28,000, as he's looking to raise $48,000 for a secret project codenamed "Operation Chastity", which might be a Halo 4 fan-film. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Microsoft's Limited Edition Xbox 360 Halo 4 Bundle isn't just for looks, as it contains an exclusive, custom-designed console by 343 Industries, two custom controllers, a wired headset, an ample 320GB hard drive, integrated Wi-Fi, and Xbox LIVE tokens for in-game and avatar marketplace downloadable content to top things off. It's currently on sale for just $349.99 shipped, originally priced at $399.99. Product page. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.