The Collector’s Case Subscription Box Review – April 2018
The Collector’s Case is a geeky subscription box shipping out of Canada. They send exclusive t-shirts, celebrity autographs in random cases, and 4-6 pop culture collectibles each month. Each shipment is valued over $60.
This box is sent for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
About The Collector’s Case
The Subscription Box: The Collector’s Case
The Cost: $25 + $8 S/H
The Products: Exclusive t-shirts, Celebrity Autograph in Random Cases, and 4-6 Pop Culture Collectibles. Case valued over $60.
Ships To : US and Canada
April 2018 Collector’s Case Review – Case #24
The Collector’s Case no longer has themes and are just going with box numbering – this is box #24.
It comes with an information card that details the items in your box and some of the possible bonus and variations you could have received.
And you’ll get previews of upcoming themes on the back.
Kansas – The Supernatural State Shirt – Value $15?
This month’s exclusive shirt features the famous Kansas license plate from the show, Supernatural.
Supernatural Mystery Mini – Value $15 on Amazon
Staying on Supernatural, we scored one of the drop items this month with this Funko Mystery Mini. Not all subscribers would get one of these – and it’s one of a few drops/variants to the box.
Naturally, there are a TON of figures to start collecting if you’re a Supernatural fan!
USAopoly Supernatural Save Your Souls Card Game – Value $21 on Amazon
OK – one more Supernatural item! This time, it’s a really nice card game, hardcase, set.
It has a magnetic clasp, pop it open to get started.
The case has everything you need to get going in a few minutes.
The Collector’s Case does a great job at sending different categories of geeky items just like this!
Gossamer POP – Value $16 on Amazon
I happen to already own this Gossamer POP, and there are very few POPs that I’ll immediately pre-order – and this was one of them!
I still love the old Looney Tunes movies – and that’s where I remember the Gossamer best.
They have a few other Looney Tunes POPs, but they need A LOT more.
Diamond Collectibles Marvel Punisher Mug – Value $15
This mug is HUGE – it comes in around 5.5 inches tall and highlights that Punisher logo.
My brother was very much into The Punisher, so I was always reading passed down Punisher comics and grew to love the character – so this might be the perfect mug.
That was it for items that are listing on the information card – an autograph from Adam Fergus was a possibility as well – but the next two items aren’t anywhere to be found on the card!
Big League Minis – Value $8 each on Amazon
These little 3-inch vinyl figures are from a 2013 line from Topps.
Each figure is available in the blind bag format, so you don’t know what you’re getting.
Since this is a 2013 figure line – I’m not even sure that you can but these normally – but there 28 to collect.
Topps Wacky Packages – Value $1-2 each?
The final item also comes from Topps – so maybe it was just a Topps toss-in month – but these feature a 2015 set of cards with a very Garbage Pails Kids feel to it.
The spoofed company advertisements and packaging are pretty good – it really does bring me back to those Garbage Pails Kids days.
Verdict: I liked a lot of the big-ticket items this month, so it was a win for me even without the signed 8×10. Overall, I feel like The Collector’s Case does a great job of getting different types of geeky items that you don’t find that often in a geeky box, while still sending out vinyl figures and such – I’ve really been enjoying this subscription for quite a while now,
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. You’ll find the current available theme on their landing page.
Read all of our Collector’s Case Reviews to find out more about this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on The Collector’s Case profile page.
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