Halo Season 2 Review & The Rock's WWE Return Controversy

Halo Season 2 gets reviewed, a breakdown of The Rock's WWE return, big MCU Daredevil reveals, and new movie trailers.

The ComicBook Nation Crew reviews the premiere episodes of Halo Season 2 and discusses news Like New Looks at the MCU Daredevil and Bullseye costumes, and big changes to the MCU slate. Paramount drops trailers for A Quiet Place: Day One, and the new kids movie TV spinoffs Knuckles and Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

PLUS: Wrestling gets a spotlight as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's return to WWE has raised questions about Cody Rhodes, WrestleMania,  the Vince McMahon scandal – and so much more. 

Halo Season 2 Review

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Here's what ComicBook Nation host Kofi Outlaw had to say in his 3.5-star review of Halo Season 2

On the whole, the creative team behind Halo Season 2 gets through the clean-up effort from Season 1 pretty quickly and sets a much cleaner and more accessible premise for Season 2: The Covenant is gathering its might in the shadows and striking out with impunity and no one believes Master Chief about the dire level of threat that's coming, so the Spartans need to prove it before it's too late. Everything beyond that is kept vague or implied enough for viewers to lock into and sets up an arc that's basic yet dynamic enough to keep viewers coming back each week for more reveals and the exciting battles we already know are coming by the end of Episode 2. 

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

Halo Season 2 is streaming new episodes on Thursdays on Paramount+. 

You can also find our in-depth recaps of Halo Season 2 Episodes and interviews with the stars and creative team: 

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