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The Collector’s Case Subscription Box Review – October 2017

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The Collector’s Case is a geeky subscription box shipping out of Canada. They send exclusive t-shirts, celebrity autographs in random cases, and 4-6 pop culture collectibles each month. Each shipment is valued over $60.

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

The Subscription Box: The Collector’s Case

The Cost: $25 + $8 S/H

The Products: Exclusive t-shirts, Celebrity Autograph in Random Cases, and 4-6 Pop Culture Collectibles. Case valued over $60.

Ships To : US and Canada

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Every box is themed. The October theme was ‘Scary Stuff’ and included a bunch of Walking Dead goodies!

It comes with an information card that details the items in your box and some of the possible bonus and variations you could have received.

And you’ll get previews of upcoming themes on the back.

Scary Shirt – Value $15?

This month’s exclusive shirt is pretty basic. I think I like it more without the text on it – like it’s shown on the card.

Merle Zombie McFarlane Toy – Value $12 on Amazon

YES! Everyone gets a McFarlane Walking Dead action figure – I got zombie Merle!

McFarlane Toys are known for their detail, and this one doesn’t disappoint. They also have a bunch of articulation for posing.

I recently watched the ‘Story So Far’ season 8 special and remember how tough this scene was for Daryl!

So many to collect!

Michonne’s Pet Bank – Value $24 on Amazon

Since I’m thinking back about epic Walking Dead moments – how about the introduction of Michonne! At that time I had yet to start reading the comics, so I can remember just being amazed by who this sword toting person was.

The sculpt is in the likeness of one of Michonne’s pets.

Insert your change in the back, and retrieve it right here.

Josh McDermitt Autograph – Value ??

Unless you get ‘The Sure Thing’ case, you’ll only have a chance at scoring an autograph – and I got one this month!

This is signed by Josh McDermitt, who plays Eugene on the show.

It comes with a certificate of authenticity as always.

This was just funny to us – loving the filename showing up on the back.

Sons of Anarchy Chrome Emblem – Value $10-15?

You’ll get one of two logo chrome emblems.

These can be affixed to whatever surface you’d like – but it is sticky, so it’s semi-permanent.

The Nightmare Before Christmas MiniMates Blind Bag – Value $10 on Amazon

Everyone gets one blind bag toy from MiniMates.

These are about 2 inches tall and come with little stands.

There are quite a few to collect, including a glowing Zero!

Zombie Apocalypse Sardine Survival Kit – Value $12 on Walmart.com

You’ll have the opportunity to get this sealed sardine can filled with zombie survival goods. You’d get this, a POP, or a Topps Walking Dead Survival Box of cards.

I just love the stick of gum and tootsie roll.

Here’s a list of everything included in the can.

Savvi Scars & Ripped Tattoos – Value $5-6 on Amazon

These were included in the past, but they brought them back for Halloween.

You’ll get two sets of tattoos – one with 18 and the other with 13 total temporary tattoos.

Verdict: This was a fun box filled with Walking Dead goodies! So far, The Collector’s Case boxes have always felt packed with toys, cards, and autographs – really, just everything they promise! I’m definitely consistently impressed after a little more than a year of boxes.

What did you think of the October 2017 Scary box from The Collector’s Case?

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.

2 Comments

  1. I just realized you can buy some of the past boxes in their shop! This isn’t a subscription I would get since the theme changes every month and it seems to be very hit or miss on whethere I would like it or not. (I wouldn’t like the October box, for example) However, I am very excited for the Heroes and Villains November box. I was thinking I would need to subscribe to get it, but I might wait until after it’s reviewed and just get it from the shop.

  2. My favorite part is always the autograph (but that might be because i only buy sure thing cases). I’ve already purchased November but now I’m very excited for December 🙂 Thanks for sharing this review

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