Agreed on a Call of Duty toy line. I own four of the CoD games on XBox 360 and the franchise is my second favorite on the home video game market after HALO. A line of, say, 6" Call of Duty super-articulated figures in all sorts of gear spanning the decades from World War II up to and including the 21st century would probably sell quite well and help bring more people into the action figure market and hobby if they're not already involved. HALO game merchandise seems to be a pretty good seller for MacFarlane Toys, so why wouldn't a CoD merchandise line be profitable for a toymaker? I say go for it. A wave of American, British, Soviet and even German soldiers from WWII complete with all the different sorts of sidearms you can use within the games would be amazing, and if done in at least a 6" scale would allow for quite a bit of realistic detailing.