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Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn statue is expensive, recreates final battle

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The live-action webseries Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn concluded Friday and if you haven't seen it yet, stop reading this right now and watch Part 5 here. Following the end of the episode, McFarlane Toys revealed a large and expensive resin statue that captures the final battle between Master Chief and one of the Covenant foes.

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Warning: Spoilers are ahead. Do not read any further or click on the slideshow gallery if you have not completed watching Forward Unto Dawn.

McFarlane Toys created only 500 of the Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn statues and they run for $225 each with free shipping from the McFarlane Toy Store. The statues will begin shipping some time in December.

Here is the official description for the Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn statue.

To commemorate this riveting action story, the McFarlane Toys Collectors Club is offering the first-ever Halo resin statue, Halo: Forward Unto Dawn, exclusively on the McFarlane Toys online store. This highly detailed, hand-painted, cold-cast statue depicts a pivotal scene in the series that is a MUST have for HALO fans.

The limited-edition Halo: Forward Unto Dawn statue stands more than 14-inches tall on a base spanning 13” wide by 7” deep. Only 500 pieces have been produced and each statue and its box are sequentially numbered. As an added bonus, each statue will include a Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed by McFarlane Toys' creator Todd McFarlane.

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