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The BAM! Box Subscription Box Review – March 2017

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The BAM! Box is a geek subscription box that focuses on limited edition, exclusive, and autographed geeky items!

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The Subscription Box: The BAM! Box

The Cost: $26.99 + $7.99 S/H

The Products: Limited edition, exclusive, and autographed geeky items with $60+ in value and 1 in 10 boxes contains an autographed item. Plus, every box is guaranteed to have an exclusive or limited edition art print.

Ships: Worldwide

Check out all of my Bam! Box 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 BAM! Box profile page.


Each month, The Bam Box will send out collector items according to its theme – this month’s theme was “INDESTRUCTIBLE”.




Inside, you’ll find all of the information about your items.



BAM Pin – Value $5?

Each month includes a themed pin. BAM Box always has fun and unique pins – this month, you could have received Superman, The Hulk, or the limited edition Chuck Norris pin. I got Superman – but MAN, do I wish I had received Chuck Norris!



Assassin’s Creed Hidden Blade Incredibuilds

This month included an Incredibuild set – you’d either get Captain America’s Shield or the Assassin’s Creed Hidden Blade build.



The blade has a lot of cool little details that definitely reminds me of the in-game version.


The build set also comes with a book – a behind-the-scenes look at the Assassin’s Creed movie.



They have information on the movie’s stunts and even just details about elements of the game that were brought into the movie.


Bionic Woman Autographed 8×10 – Value ?

This month includes a celebrity autograph – this one comes from Lindsay Wagner who played the Bionic Woman.



The BAM Box does a great job of including a certificate of authenticity for any type of exclusive print or autograph in their box.


“Old Cat Logan” Print – Value $10?

You’ll get a limited edition print of Logan and X23 – in cat form! This is made by Jenny Parks, who is known for doing just this – taking characters and putting them in cat form.



It’s autographed by Jenny with a certificate included.


Vampirella #1 – Value $3.99 + Exclusive Variant Cover

The last item in the box is an exclusive variant cover edition of Vampirella #1 – and it’s signed by cover artist Anthony Marques.



A bit about the story from Amazon:

After a sleep of over a thousand years, Vampirella finds herself back among the land of the living, but in a world far different than the one she remembers, where hope is laced with fear and blood has a far different taste.  And speaking of taste, finding an appropriate outfit for the era leads our fanged fatale to a chance encounter that will garner her not one but two potential allies.

Verdict: A lot of BAM Box’s lure is for the autographs – so they did a good job of packing them in this month, especially with the celebrity autograph, which can be pricey to get sometimes. Overall, the box didn’t hit on a lot of my personal interests, so I’m a bit impartial to the items this month – but let me know what you thought!

What did you think of the March 2017 INDESTRUCTIBLE Bam 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. Overall, this box scored a B+, but subjectively, I must admit. I owned the original Vampirella bought from the newsstand, so of course, a signed #1 is a great start…for me, but then, again, I said “subjective”. As well, I grew up with “The Six Million Dollar Man” so the inclusion of an autographed Lindsay Wagner as The Bionic Woman is pretty great, too. (Getting the black-and white variant didn’t hurt.)

    The signed, numbered artwork goes in a box I keep for it, and everything else was pretty “meh” in my opinion. Couldn’t care less for a wooden toy and a stained-glass Superman pin, both of which went the way of a massive eBay lot of rejected Bam! Box and Firefly Cargo Crates that expires tonight. Worth it, but just that.

  2. I wish they were featuring things I wanted, I’ve been wanting signed things but so far lately nothing has caught my interest lately. I’m hoping with all the movies coming out things will get interesting then I’ll subscribe.

  3. Man have these boxes just completely fizzled out! I was such a big fan, after the first 3-4 boxes, but cancelled sometime during the fall. I haven’t seen a box yet that I have been upset I missed, plus it’s much easier to just hunt down the random items I actually might have wanted. I also don’t have to gamble on whether I’ll get the actual stuff they randomly mix into boxes!

    • I completely agree with you. At one point I was subscribed to them and thought they were amazing. My first was the ability box, then the 80s, galactic, crazy, strange, etc. my last one was January’s anniversary one but only because I got a 6 month subscription

      Ever since they made a killing with the con box they have gone downhill. I am thankful that I have a signed batmobile, but they put so much more energy into their extension boxes and I miss what they used to be. The cosplay signature was the breaking point for me

      That being said, I have paid for the April box because no matter which major or minor xman character it is I can pay for their autograph the rest of the box I’m not expecting much from

      • I started at the same time with the Abilities box but ended at the crazy box because the only thing i kept was the pin from it. Did the the 90’s box but it was nowhere near as good as the 80’s one they did. But I did get the April box due to being a Toxic Avenger fan and for the Xmen autograph (hoping it’s not a background character)

        • I admittedly bought this month’s box because yay, X-Men. I fully expect it to be a background character but even they are awesome 🙂

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