I might as well just create a "Why it should happen" series.
So this is just something that stuck to my mind and I just have to share it: A spinoff focused on Hal. Yes, Hal.
Why Angry Birds Hal should happen:
- Hal has to be, by far, the most ignored character in the whole series. If anyone deserves a spinoff, it's him. Not Stella.
- This would get him off the original game. It's obvious Rovio just doesn't want him in the regular series, so might as well give him his own game for some space.
- He could have animation, but obviously Rovio never does that because of his "personality", So, why not just have a game and a animation series focused on him? Why not???
- Because Hal is a toucan. Case closed.
- Hal - Special Move - Whirlwind spin
- Glasses Bird - This character was born with a need for glasses; and as a child he was taunted by other birds of how stupid he looked. He's always clumsy and never means any harm. Special Move - Bounce
- White/Beige Bird - A hybrid between a cockatiel and a toucan. When he was born, he had a deformation that gave him wings. One problem- he can't fly. Special Move - Flying
- Blue/Orange Bird - Under belief that he's too old to be useful, he decides to make himself an outcast. Special Move - Electricity strike
- Red/Orange Bird - Always insecure about her appearance, and is afraid about being judged. She always keeps up with the minion pig's new trends and fashions, but in her heart she knows that it's wrong. Special Move - Tornado Dive
What I had in mind is that all of these characters are toucans- just like Hal.
- King Bird - He found the ancient crown that gave him power over the pigs. (Is actually Gale's crown, but it somehow found its way to Golden Island)
- Stylish Bird - Righthand of the King Bird. Always has the neatest hair, best teeth, etc.
- Chronicler Bird - The wisest of the three villian birds. Always up to finding the value of something, never makes the best of things.
- Minion Pigs
Hal visits Rio again, only to meet a exotic group of toucans that each have their own insecurities.