Halo Legendary Crate: The Great Journey Review

Hey everyone, happy Saturday to you all. Today I’m going to review the latest Halo Legendary Crate from Loot Crate. Loot Crate had a massive holiday sale so I decided to finally have a go at a subscription. If your unfamiliar with the concept, Loot Crate and other subscription boxes offer a box of goodies, usually unknown until the box arrives, on a reoccurring schedule. There are various boxes ranging from general geekery to gaming or even fitness.

I have had many boxes before and j highly recommend the Funko boxes. Today is Halo so let’s get into it.

The them of this box was the Great Journey,.which is mainly the Covenant’ s march across the galaxy culminating in the final battle of Halo 3.

When you first open the box you are greeted by beautiful art featuring the Arbiter, one of my favorite characters.

Inside box there is a Mongoose T-shirt with 2 red Spartans on board.

Pretty neat shirt with a cool logo that kinda has motorsports feel to it.

Next up in the box is a figure, each box had a figure inside, this time it’s Master Chief as he’s thrown down a shield. This is taken straight from a scene in the original trailer for Halo 3.

Next up we get Halo cookie cutters! I figure the idea here was the box originally closed in December, close to Christmas, and the thinking was some Spartan themed cookies for Santa.

There’s on for Chief, a rifle, that crappy Covenant Pistol, and the Guilty Spark Liberian dude.

Lastly we got a Assault Rifle pin and a badass poster of the Chief and Arbiter that just won’t stay unfilled for anything.

All in all a very cool box and I’m looking forward to the next one in Febuary which features a Sgt. Johnson figure and is tactical themed. Thanks for reading everyone and have a great weekend. We start our second round of staff picked album reviews next week so check us out.

Author: mburnsoh

I'm a geek of all sorts, I love comics and philosophy. I also dig on movies, music, books and tons of other things. I'm a dad to a wonderful troupe of munchkins. Life is good, but never content to accept it, always think I can do better.

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