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Collectible Geek Monthly Cache Review – September 2015

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Collectible Geek is a geek box based around Funko Pop Vinyls. They used to have a subscription option, but recently ended that and only have one-time purchase caches.

This box I’m reviewing is the September Monthly Cache which is “Quest Accepted” (They let you know the theme ahead of time).

This box was sent to My Subscription Addiction for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).


The Subscription Box: Collectible Geek Collector’s Cache

The Cost: $33.50, includes shipping.

The Products: “Each Cache comes with five meticulously chosen items from the staff at collectibleGEEK, featuring a different theme each month.”

Ships to: US and International (additional shipping costs)

Good to Know About Subscriptions: They’ve recently done away with subscriptions – so, if you love these boxes, you’ll have to buy one each month!

Check out all of our Collectible Geek Collector’s Cache reviews and theCollectible Geek Swap Page!


This month’s theme was ‘Quest Accepted’. Each card lists the items in the Monthly and Deluxe boxes.


Legend Time T-Shirt – Value $10?

This month’s t-shirt was a Zelda/Adventure Time mashup. I’m a big Adventure Time fan, but not so much of a Zelda fan. That being said, I like the graphic, but I’m not a fan of the Gildan heavy shirt, but that’s just a personal preference.


Heroes Of The Storm Funko Mystery Mini – Value $7.99

Heroes of the Storm is one of Blizzard’s (World of Warcraft) latest MMO games. It came out in June of this year, and is hugely popular. I love anything Funko – and this is a really quality vinyl figure. I’m not a fan, so I may have to include this in my next geek grab bag!


Here’s a closer look! The mini we got was Nova!


UNSC Lanyard – Value $7.32 on Amazon

Time to get ready for Halo 5! This is one of two Halo items this month. This is a high quality lanyard, the straps are very thick, unlike any other lanyard I’ve had. It also has a UNSC Crew badge attached!


Halo Keychain – Value $14 on Amazon

It looks like you could have received 1 of 3 variations of this Halo Keychain. We received Warthog keychain. Again, this is really high quality material!



Micro-Poster Two Pack – Value ?

These are mini posters, about 4×6, on a thicker glossy card stock. I really like the idea behind these, they’re made to look like an attribute upgrade card in a video, or board, game. I received Link and Samus – and it looks like you may have received Mario, I missed out on that one!

Verdict: While this theme wasn’t for me, I thought collectibleGEEK did a great job curating the items in the box. The value is great too, so you really can’t beat that. I haven’t received this since June, so I’m excited to get themes that are more up my alley in the future!

What did you think of the September collectibleGEEK Monthly Cache?


Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. The cards are meant to emulate Magic: the Gathering cards, specifically as Generals for a casual variant called Commander (aka EDH).

  2. I usually like this box a lot, but this one was completely underwhelming. Maybe I’d be more excited if I played Halo? It’s also pretty lame that they put 4 Pops in the “Deluxe” box and none in the regular box.

  3. the mystery mini figure is a funko

  4. I’m confused. I though this was a geek box based around Funko Pop Vinyls? Where’s the Funko Pop?

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