Watching The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (the extended version, of course), I realized that I didn't have any halfling minis in my collection. Looking around, the Dungeons & Dragons Miniatures prepaints and their Pathfinder counterparts were too expensive--and worse, the figures are all wearing shoes! However, since the Heroclix folks produced minis for The Lord of the Rings movies as well as The Hobbit films, I found a bunch of minis that are true to the source material as well as easy on the wallet.Troll & Toad, and they all cost less than a dollar. Note that I removed these miniatures from their huge clicky bases, which look so big they appear to overpower the figures. Instead, pennies are a handy and cheap alternative basing method (don't worry; I plan to cover and paint the coins.
my D&D campaign wants to run a halfling character, I have several to choose from--and who knows, maybe there will be some non-player character hobbits wandering around the dungeon as well.