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Geek Fuel Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2017

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Geek Fuel is a geek subscription box that sends Steam video games, toys, collectibles and other exclusive geeky gear.

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 Fuel

The Cost: $23.90 a month

COUPON: Use this link to get $3 off any subscription PLUS get bonus items with longer length subscriptions!

If you want this box, you can still get it while supplies last!

The Products: Games, toys, collectibles and other exclusive gear.

Ships to: US, UK, Canada

Check out all of my Geek Fuel reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Geek Fuel profile page.

Geek Fuel doesn’t have themes, but you’ll know 2-3 franchises in each month before it ships – we also got some hints about the Build-A-Figure franchises!

You’ll get an information card that lists our every item in your box.

You’ll also get an informational booklet that features stories and interviews about numerous geeky things – not limited to the franchises in the box.

Bat-Manga Shirt – Value $15?

This month’s shirt is pretty great – and unique! Not only were there a lot of Manga Batman stories, but there is even a book about the secret history of Batman in Japan.

This design pulls from Bat-Manga covers and designs to create a pretty unique shirt.

Super Soft Shell Plush Toy – Value $15-20?

Gah! I love this! This might be one of my favorite items from Geek Fuel, period.

It’s about 7 inches long and super soft – Buckles has staked a claim to it, too.

It even comes with an attached vinyl sticker. I’d take more of these Mario plushes – maybe even a Sonic plush in the future? Just saying.

Aliens Kubros Build-A-Figure – Value $15 on Amazon

This month, you’ll receive a buildable figure from one of these franchises: Futurama, Family Guy, Destiny, Power Rangers, Despicable Me, Assassin’s Creed, Halo, Star Trek, Masters of the Universe, Terminator: Genesis, or Aliens.

My figure comes from Aliens!

It comes in 5 separate bags and instructions. You’ll have to dump all 5 bags out at once, though, since they aren’t bagged in any construction order.

This took me about 30-45 minutes to throw together – but it looks pretty cool!

I was loving the little mouth protruding!

Epic Enamels Cartoon Edition – Value $5-10?

Let me just say that I love when they do extra special packaging for their pins – how fun is this package alone?

This month’s pins span across popular Cartoon Network shows – Johnny Bravo, Dexter, Powerpuff Girls, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and the rare edition – Space Ghost!

I got Johnny Bravo – but I would’ve been happy with any one of them. The pins are always high-quality enamel pins – but this one is staying in the fun packaging!

Warden Steam Game – Value $20 on Steam

Wow – this is one of the pricier Steam games from Geek Fuel!

Warden was inspired by the N64 era platformer – and era which I loved – it mixes puzzle solving with a free-roam adventure game where you’ll battle your foes.

Verdict: I’m constantly impressed by Geek Fuel so far this year – this month is one of my favorites. Every item was perfectly suited for my fandoms – and still unique and fun! This month’s pin will stay in the box along with the Super Mario pin from this year!

You can typically get these boxes through the end of the month! Just check the banner on the top of their site to see which month they are currently shipping!

What did you think of the September 2017 Geek Fuel?

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.

8 Comments

  1. Very disappointed in the first shipment. We paid extra to get a larger t-shirt. The shirt they sent might fit a child, but it wouldn’t fit on an adult (unless they were very small). And, the ad we ordered from said the box would be Batman themed. The only Batman item was the too small to wear t-shirt. The pin was some odd Cartoon Network/Johnny Bravo thing. The plush was a minor character from the Mario games. The merchandise was lame and useless. And, the box took over two weeks to arrive.

    • Hi, sorry to hear you had a bad experience. Feel free to reach out to [email protected] and we’d be happy to send you a replacement shirt in a larger size. – Geek Fuel Support

  2. I’m still waiting on mine. This is my initial box and it’s been two weeks since I was told it was ready for shipment.

    • From my experience depending on where you live it might take some time for the box to get to you, for example it usually takes over 2 weeks to get delivered in Europe since it goes through FedEx and then at least one other company before it ends up with your local postal service. However if you still don’t have it after say 20 days I’d advise you to contact their Customer Support. One of my boxes got lost somewhere in transit last year (I think it was Halloween/October 2016) and they immediately sent a replacement which arrived real quick.

  3. This is a pretty cool box. The pin (I got the meatball), the plush (they’re always a plus, since I have a little girl, who plays with them all) and the shirt (simple and original) make it worth it. My only regret is that I was really hoping for a Terminator (either Guardian or exoskeleton T-800), Alien (preferably the Xeno, but Replay in the powerloader is nice too) or a Master Chief Kubros, but instead I got Peter Griffin. It’s still pretty good.

  4. Funny you got the same buildable figure and pin as a reviewer on a different site. Hoping I get the Futurama (Bender?) one, but I’m not counting on it. Gonna subscribe today since I’ll get a free Magical Elixir lamp.

  5. That plush and the pin made me resubscribe to the box. Geek Fuel’s going to have me as a customer for months to come, I know it.

  6. The plush and pin are fantastic!

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