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Nerd Block Subscription Box Review – July 2014

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Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July

Nerd Block is a monthly subscription box for geeks and gamers. This box typically includes at least a figurine or two, and always a new exclusive shirt. Compared to Loot Crate, I’ve found that Nerd Block seems to have more figurines each month, where Loot Crate seems to have more exclusive items. 

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Nerd Block

The Cost: $19.99 plus shipping (Shipping is $8.75 to Canada, $9.50 to US, $12.50 Worldwide)

The Products: Every Nerd Block comes with a custom t-shirt (in your size) and 5-6 epic items for you to tear into!

Ships to: US, Canada, and Worldwide!

Check out my Nerd Block reviews and Loot Crate reviews!

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Info

Nerd Block now comes with a card detailing each of the items included.

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Shirt

Turtle Power T-Shirt – Value $18?

Every Nerd Block comes with a exclusive design t-shirt – and my husband couldn’t be happier with this one! (The shirts are 100% cotton, hold up well in the laundry, and if anything I’d say they run a little on the big side).

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Nerf

Zombie Strike Nerf Gun – Value $7

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that Nerf has a line of zombie themed weapons!

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Comic Con

Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope DVD Set – Value $28

This Comic Con documentary gets really good reviews – I’m not a comic book fan and I’m excited to watch it! And the mini figures with the DVD is a nice touch (apparently the DVD with the Stan Lee figure is worth a lot more than the other versions!)

Nerd Block Subscription Box Review - July 2014 Star Wars

Star Wars Insider Magazine – Value $8

Star Wars Plush Toy – Value $13

Every time we get a Star Wars plush in a box I think we’re going to gift it or swap it, and then our dog appears out of no where and claims it as his new toy!

Verdict: I think this is one of the best Nerd Block boxes to date. I like that everything is a full-size item (stickers, magnets, etc. just tend to go unused in our house). And the value is great too. We paid $29.50 for this box and received about $75 worth of items!

What did you think of Nerd Block’s curation this month?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

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. I normally really like the items Nerd Block includes, but a region 1 DVD is useless to anyone living outside the US, as I do. Loot crate also included a region 1 DVD this month so I hope this isn’t a trend.

  2. I loved this box! The only disappointment for me was the TMNT shirt, since I’ve never really been much of a fan. I’m excited to watch the DVD though, and I got a Stan Lee figurine with it; what’s not to love?!

    Sometimes I’m not sure if the price of shipping to Aus is worth it for one of these blocks, but now is not one of those times. 😛

  3. My boyfriend (of age 23) would have loved this box! Most of these boxes seem too kiddish for older comic fans, but this particular box did a good job.

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