Geek Me Box Subscription Review – July 2015
Geek Me Box is a monthly subscription that sends you 5-8 geeky, comic, superhero, and video game-related items in each box.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Geek Me Box
The Cost: $29.99 a month
The Products: Geek Me Box is a monthly subscription that sends you 5-8 geeky, comic-, superhero-, and video game-related items in each box
Ships to: US and Canada
Delivered via: USPS
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Each box comes with a card detailing the items included with pictures.
Arkham Is The New Black T-shirt – Value $10?
I thought this was a good mashup t-shirt. Love the graphic. The shirt arrived very wrinkled, almost like it was balled up somewhere and just folded up and shipped.
Snoopy Grow Toy – Value $3.99 on Amazon
This is a swap for me, but I’m curious what it will look like at 6 times the size.
Pac-Man Cherry Sours Tin – Value $3.98 on Amazon based on pack of two
There are SO many Pac-Man candy containers! I always love getting Pac-Man related stuff, but I am curious of when I will have seen all available Pac-Man tins in the world.
The Monsters of Jimmy Crumb – Value $9.99
This was a kickstarter campaign started by Batman writer James Patrick. Here’s a very short synopsis of what we can expect:
The murderous monsters of urban legends have belonged to the ages. Now they belong to Jimmy Crumb
Interesting! I love getting comics, and this is a full volume so it’s even better.
Rare Elements Half Dragon Coin – Value $22
Here’s a bit about Rare Elements:
We’ve designed realistic fantasy currency to enhance tabletop Role Playing Games. Rare Elements Foundry mints authentic coins to bring depth to the role playing experience. We make fantasy a reality by creating dynamic tabletop gaming supplements to enhance game play for passionate geeks like us!
I’m not into tabletop RPGs, but the coin is really well made, and large. Here’s a shot of the front and the back of the coin.
Verdict: The value comes in over the price of the box, so that’s good. But, there’s a lot of value in one item, and for me – it was the item I had the least use for. When I first saw the comic, I wasn’t super excited, but now that I’m reading a bit more about it – I can’t wait to read it. I do wish there was a theme to the items in Geek Me Box – I think it would allow customers to get an idea of what the month’s items will be.
What did you think of this month’s Geek Me Box?