Geek Fuel Subscription Box Review + Black Friday Deal – November 2017

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Geek Fuel is a geek subscription box that sends Steam video games, toys, collectibles and other exclusive geeky gear.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

The Subscription Box: Geek Fuel

The Cost: $23.90 a month

Black Friday Deal: Use this link to get a bonus Harry Potter item with any length subscription! More details can be found here!

If you want this box, you can still get it while supplies last!

The Products: Games, toys, collectibles and other exclusive gear.

Ships to: US, UK, Canada

Check out all of my Geek Fuel 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 Geek Fuel profile page.

My 90’s inner-child was LOVING a few items from this month’s box!

Each delivery arrives with a detailed card that gives you information on each item.

On top of the information card, this also comes with a mini magazine.

Inside, you’ll find stories, interviews, and fun gift guides.

Isla Nublar Shirt – Value $15?

This month’s exclusive shirt shows off Jurassic Park in an almost postcard-like Isla Nublar graphic.

I definitely love the inclusion of the ‘Life finds a way’ quote, as well. I can remember going to the theater when this first came out and just being astounded by what I was seeing – it’s still one of my best movie theater moments!

Epic Enamels Pins Kom-Bot Edition- Value $5-10?

I just had to stick with my 90’s childhood and move along to this month’s pin!

I mean, once again, kudos for the best packaging in subscription boxes. I was a Genesis kid growing up, so this is tugging the heartstrings – and look at ‘Geek Fuel’ in the classic SEGA seal. All kinds of perfect.

Oh, my. The greatness continues when you reveal the pin. I remember Mortal Kombat being banned and restricted, and eventually lead to the rating system we have now. I can also remember how much of a blast it was to play at home or at the local roller rink – when those still existed.

How cool is this inner packaging? It’s the perfect replica of the in-game battle!

As for the pin itself,  got the Scorpion version. Honestly, when the packages are still cool, I just keep them in the package!

Star Wars Incredi-Builds 3D AT-ACT Model – Value $18-20 on Amazon

Recently, I’ve received a number of Incredi-Build models – but none as good as an AT-ACT!

All Incredi-Build kits arrive with the pieces, a manual, and a book that revolves around the subject you’re building.

The book is a fun little retrospective on these Imperial machines.

The pieces arrive in a wood grid.

Each piece is perforated and easy to pop out.

In the ned, you’ll have yourself a little AT-ACT after about 40-50 steps. It took me about 20 minutes or so to put together – definitely the easiest build I’ve had from Incredi-Builds.

If you like them – there are tons more to try!

Deadpool Mopeez Plush – Value $8-10 on Amazon

This month’s Deadpool item is from Funko’s Mopeez plush line.

These have a weighted bottom that allows it to sit upright.

Lumini Steam Game – Value $13 on Steam

Every month also includes a Steam game. This month’s game is Lumini:

It’s a puzzle-solving action-adventure game where you guide a flock of birds and battle monsters. It’s a more laid-back game – which is something I enjoy every once in a while!

Food Fight Gift Wrap – Value $10?

Finally, every year Geek Fuel like to include some themed gift wrap!

This year’s wrap is themed around some famous geeky foods – Homer’s donut, Ninja Turtles and pizza, and Bob’s Burgers!

Just in time for gifting!

Verdict: I’ve been loving Geek Fuel all year long and the momentum has not stopped! I’m always just over-the-top excited to find out what type of packaging they’ve included each month. I still have my Eggo box, Back to the Future 2 bag, and numerous pin boxes collected – they’re just too fun to just get rid of! And, of course, the items always hit the value – I can’t ask for more!

What did you think of the November 2017 Geek Fuel?

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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