Comic Con Box Subscription Box Review – Box Ten
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.
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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
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.
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