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Toy Box Monthly Subscription Box Review – February 2017


Toy Box Monthly is a monthly surprise box of toys. Each month you’ll receive a curated box of 4-6 toys. You can choose between a Boys box, Girls box or a Mix of both.

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

This is a review of the Boys box.


The Subscription Box: Toy Box Monthly

The Cost: $15 a month + $5 shipping to US or $15 shipping to Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia

The Products: 4-6 items a month (three options available: boys, girls or a mixture of both)

Ships to: US, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia

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Good To Know: This box doesn’t include an information card.


This is my first-time reviewing this box – check out Jessica’s reviews from 2016 to see a bit more. There are no themes and no cards – you’ll just get a random assortment of toys!



Spider-Man Pint Size Hero Blind Bag – Value $5

There’s one thing I love more than a blind bag/box toy – a Funko blind bag/box toy! My first item is a Spider-Man series blind bag, and I pulled Spider-Man 2099!


These new figures from Funko are becoming quick favorites for me – they display nicely alongside a full size POP – there are already a TON to collect.


All pint size heroes have the same shape (similar to Dorbz) and feature costume detail. Spider-Man 2099 is my favorite non-traditional Spidey outfit.


Marvel Tsum Tsum Mystery Pack – Value $6 on Amazon

Next, we received a Tsum Tsum blind bag featuring Marvel characters.


Again – this is an easy rabbit hole for any collector to go down!


I got Hawkeye – and the classic Hawkeye at that!



Here’s a close look at the vinyl figure. This little figure is only 1 inch tall – but as you can see in the pamphlet above, they come in 3 sizes and stack – Tsum Tsum’s are one of Disney’ hottest toys right now.


Rip-Spin Warriors: Michaelangelo – Value $2 on Amazon

The next item we received is a Rip-Spin Warrior figure.



We got Michaelangelo, my favorite Turtle dating back to my childhood.



You’ll simply insert the ripcord and pull. On a flat surface, it will go wild like a top with arms/nunchucks spinning.


It’s made to battle a foe, naturally.



Hot Wheels Batman & Batmobile – Value $2 on Amazon

Next, we received a Hot Wheels figure set from Batman vs. Superman.



The Batmobile is, of course, a replica of the Batman vs. Superman Batmobile.



And Bruce is sporting his Anit-Superman suit.


It’s Bat-fleck!


Transformers Mini-Con Decepticon Back – Value $14 on Amazon

The last item in my box featured Transformers.


It will come with little pieces – so be aware of that. You’ll need to break off the pink pieces to fully construct your Decepticon. I do like that it’s packaged as the Transformers logo!





Everyone wanted Transformers or TMNT stuff when I was young – it’s nice to know that it hasn’t changed!

Verdict: I received $29 of items for $20 – that’s decent value for a low-cost box. Overall, as a box suited towards kids, I think this box definitely delivers value for toys! As long as your kids will play with any kind of toy, that is. As a “big kid” I’m happy to see a couple vinyl figures that are highly collected – all in all, this was a fun unboxing!

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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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