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Halo Legends (2010)

The universe of the Halo video game series is expanded in seven short animated films from Japan's greatest anime directors and studios.

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Luci Christian ...
Female Soldier (segment "Prototype") / Kelly (segment "The Package") (voice)
Brittney Karbowski ...
Sister (segment "Odd One Out") (voice)
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Chris Patton ...
Big Brother (segment "Odd One Out") (voice)
Kenta Miyake ...
Kazuhiko Inoue ...
The Prophet (segment "The Duel") (voice)
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Solider (segment "Prototype") (voice)
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1337 (segment "Odd One Out") (voice)
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Tomokazu Seki ...
Brother (segment "Odd One Out") (voice)
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A collection of seven stories from the Halo Universe created by Japan's most creative minds. First up is "Origins" a two part episode showing the expansive history of the Halo Universe and the history of the 100,000 year long franchise timeline, told through the eyes of Cortana. Second comes "The Duel" Taking place long before the Human-Covenant War, it tells the story of an Arbiter, Fal 'Chavamee, who refuses to accept the Covenant Religion. Taking a turn to the Spartan side of the story "Homecoming" focuses on the tragedies involving the Spartan-II recruitment in 2517, and the Spartans coming to terms with their origins. Taking a turn in tone comes "Odd One Out" a non-cannon parody of the Halo storyline. "Prototype" tells the story of a Marine who goes against his orders to destroy an advanced prototype armor and uses the suit to buy time for civilians evacuating from the planet. "The Babysitter" tales of the the rivalry between the Spartan-II Commandos and the Orbital Drop Shock ... Written by arorashadow_2003

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Rated PG-13 for violent content throughout | See all certifications »

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This is the third anime anthology project with Warner Brothers to have Studio 4°C animating. The other two being The Animatrix (2003), and Batman: Gotham Knight (2008). See more »

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1337: Well... I'm one heck of a mama myself!
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A must-have for fans of the game
22 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

HALO Legends is like Batman: Gotham Knight and The Animatrix in that it is a anthology movie that contains eight episodes chronicling the much beloved HALO video game universe. The tales told include (but are not limited to): A soldier with no emotion fighting off Covenant forces in a badass power armor suit, a group of ODST's and a SPARTAN assassinating a Prophet, the origin of The Flood and The Forerunners, and a SPARTAN down on his luck. All of the episodes are well animated, containing some breathtaking moments, and the many action scenes are pure eye candy. The dialogue is well penned and well voiced, with the strongest episode being the origins of the SPARTAN program. However, the one episode that really sticks out in a "not so god" kind of way is the one about the unlucky SPARTAN, in that it tries to be all jokey and stuff. Problem is, not all of the jokes are funny. But despite the one episode being mediocre, the rest of the episodes are incredible and should be seem by anime fans, and if you are a HALO fan like me this is a must buy.


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