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Comic Con Box Subscription Box Review – Box Ten

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Comic Con Box is a new subscription box in the geek box category. Each month they send you exclusives, collectibles, comics, toys, and other geeky goodies.

This box was sent to us for reviews purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).


The Subscription Box: Comic Con Box

The Cost: $36.99 ($29.99 + $7 shipping)

The Products: Exclusives, collectibles, comics, toys, and other geeky goodies.

Ships to: US Only

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Each box comes with a card detailing the items included – this month’s theme was Mercenaries. (Not every item is listed, so there may be some variation in this box).


Attack on Titan Shirt – Value $10?

This month’s shirt is based on Attack on Titan. I’m not a big Anime fan, and I also never got into Attack on Titan. That said, I know it’s super popular those who like it, LOVE it, so I’m sure this will be well received.


Deadpool Suspenders – Value $10 on Amazon

I based that value on very similar Deadpool suspenders from the same company. I don’t have a need for suspenders, but these ones would be my choice if I had the need!


Death Note Trexi Figure – Value $12 on Amazon

Next up is a vinyl figure based on the Japanese manga series, Death Note. Again, I’m not big into anime and manga, so this one didn’t get me excited.


Here’s a look at the details – it’s a pretty cool vinyl figure! I’ll have to check out this brand.


Paper Storm Trooper – Value $7.99

This is a paper craft set that builds this 12-inch tall stormtrooper. They have a lot of different Star Wars characters to craft, so if you try this and like it, you have a ton more to buy.


Deadpool & The Mercs for Money #1 – Value $3.99

Here’s another title I’ve been excited to read – so I’m pumped to have this variant issue of it! I couldn’t find a value of this exact variant, but the values didn’t really increase for this issue on Midtown Comics. They also include a 25% off coupon for Midtown Comics, so that was nice also.

Verdict: Box Ten of Comic Con Box wasn’t my favorite, but I think it came down to personal taste. The big items were anime/manga based, so I was out from the beginning. The box is on the higher end of price for a geek box, and to be honest, I would expect a bit more from it because of that. The value comes to around $44 which is over cost, but it didn’t feel like I was getting anything super valuable if that makes any sense at all.

What did you think of Box Ten from Comic Con Box?

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!
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  1. I was disappointed with this month’s box. Since Deadpool was being released, I expected a “big” item featuring Deadpool. 5 people in the house who love Deadpool, and not one wants the suspenders. Attack on Titan was a hit, we have anime fans, but overall, this one was a miss. I am getting the Marvel Collector Corps box to get my Deadpool fix. I am usually a huge fan, so I hope the next box is better.

  2. I recommend Death Note, even if you don’t usually like anime or manga. It’s very suspenseful and more of a psychological drama than anything else.

  3. My kid wears those deadpool suspenders to school every day and she is very proud of them so that alone made the box great.

  4. The shirt and comic are cool, but this box isn’t worth the price of it. I don’t know anyone who likes those paper figures that boxes keep adding in.

  5. Oh man, I would have loved this box!

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