Halo: Initiation Issue 2

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Halo: Initiation Issue 2
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Author(s):

  • Brian Reed (writer)
  • Marco Castiello (artist)
  • Michael Atiyeh (colorist)
  • Paul Richards (cover artist)

Publisher:

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date:

September 11, 2013

 

Halo: Initiation Issue 2 was released on September 11, 2013 and is the second of three in the Halo: Initiation series of comics.[1]

Official summary[edit]

The UNSC Infinity, the UNSC's newest and most sophisticated flagship, proves to be a tempting target for a group of insurgents. It's up to Sarah Palmer and a bunch of rookie Spartans to defend Infinity, but are they up to the task?

Plot synopsis[edit]

A group of Insurrectionists have stolen plans to the UNSC Infinity. While some stand in disbelief, others feel it will be used to control the colonies; the leader, Ilsa Zane, plans to take the ship for the Insurrectionists instead. Meanwhile, Sarah Palmer undergoes the augmentation procedures to become a SPARTAN-IV. Later, during a training exercise against several Marines, she rushes ahead of her Spartan-IV teammates, who are disabled in the process, to accomplish the objective. Jun-A266 and Musa-096 berate her for this, with the latter emphasizing the importance of Spartans working as a team. Later, while the new SPARTAN-IVs are given a tour of Infinity by Thomas Lasky, the Insurrectionists make their way aboard the ship disguised as a construction crew. They take Captain Del Rio hostage and make their way to the bridge, taking control of the ship and hold the crew hostage. After realizing that the ship's AI, Aine, has been shut down, Palmer decides to take the initiative and outfits herself with MJOLNIR armor, picking the Scout variant from the armor bay's limited selection of suits.

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Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Dark Horse: Halo: Initiation Issue 2
Preceded by
Issue 1
Halo: Initiation comic series
Issue 2
Succeeded by
Issue 3

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