Master Chief, Exhausted

We may think that Master Chief doesn’t take his helmet off so he can remain mysterious, but that’s not really the case. I think he leaves it on because spanning three games, he’s pretty much in danger 100% of the time, and just never gets to take a break.

Well this illustration shows that finally happening, but not before he’s been shot a few times first. Probably not the best idea to support your head with your bullet ridden arm there Chief.

I believe Paul Davies is to thank for this piece.


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