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Pop In A Box Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2018

Pop In A Box is a Funko POPs subscription that helps you build out your collection every month! You can sign up to receive 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, or 12 POPs each month.

This is a review of a 6-POP delivery.

One thing to note with this subscription – sometimes, your POPs arrive in different packages – weeks apart!

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

About POP In A Box

The Subscription Box: Pop In A Box

The Price: $9.99 and up + Free Shipping

The Products: Pop In A Box allows you to grow your POP! collection every month with a guaranteed mystery Funko POP! Vinyl that’s not in your collection.

Ships to: US, UK, and Canada

July 2018 POP In A Box Review

My July 2018 Pop In A Box Subscription Box featured POPs from Jurassic Park, Rick and Morty, Mortal Kombat X, Avengers and Marvel Vs Capcom.

This is a no-frills subscription. You’ll be getting the amount of POPs of your choice in a plain brown box. But, with any subscription, you’ll have a chance to pull a 6 inch POP or POP Ride – I think I’ve received an oversized POP at least twice with my subscription.

Here’s a quick run-down of creating your PIAB account:

The first thing you’ll want to do is set up your collection. This is an important step to ensure that you don’t receive a duplicate POP or a POP that you may not care about.

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You can cycle through POPs and selection options for each one. Mark ‘Add to my Collection’ for POPs you have and avoid duplicates. Give POPs a thumbs down to let PIAB know that you don’t want it, and mark it as thumbs up to let them know that you’re really interested in that specific POP.

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There are a TON of POPs to go through. I haven’t even gone through all of them, but in the end, you’ll have built your own collection! This will help you keep track of what you have, and it will help PIAB know what to send.

They also no offer subscription options for Marvel, DC, Disney, Dorbz, and Rock Candy – find out all the details here!

Got all that? Good! Onto the POPs!

Rocket vs Mega Man X

Some of the cooler 2-pack POPs I’ve seen lately come from this Marvel vs Capcom line.

They have some really great sculpts that really highlight the new-age look that Capcom gave some old favorites.

The 2-packs include one Marvel and one Capcom character. I think I’m only missing the Black Panther vs Monster Hunter now – so close!

Raiden

While Radian is a character that may be most linked to the Mortal Kombat franchise from the early games – his character still tends to find its way into newer games.

The sculpt is good but it would’ve been nice to see some lightning or something added to the sculpt.

Like the Marvel vs Capcom line – I’m now only one POP away from the set!

Ebony Maw

I received my first of Thano’s Black Order in the May POP in a Box – so Ebony Maw is now my second in the line.

While I’m one away from completing the Black Order – there are a lot of Infinity War POPs, and I’m sure more to come.

Hemorrhage

The first of two POPs come from Rick and Morty Season 3. I believe Hemorrhage was in the first episode of season 3 (maybe second?) that was based around Mad Max.

I really love the Rick and Morty POP lines – and this is no exception.

Warrior Summer

Perfectly paired with Hemorrhage is Warrior Summer!

This comes from the same episode – with the two characters being love interests.

John Hammond

This is a POP that spares no expense. It’s John Hammond from the original Jurassic Park – which is 25 years old now…WOW – time has flown by!

The sculpt is cool, and basic, but this is really all we see of John in the movie. When I saw that they sculpted him with his cane, this immediately ran through my head:

Anyone else?

I’ve been collecting the dinos so far – this is the first person from the line that I own. The best part of the first Jurassic Park – the real/CGI effects really hold up well even 25 years later – and look great on the re-mastered 4k movie!

Verdict: Great selection for me this month! I love getting a 2-pack or oversized POP, it’s usually the cherry on top – so I’m really enjoying this month.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? There are no monthly themes and the POPs are a mystery, so your box will be different than what I receive. Your subscription also starts at the time of order.

Read all of my POP in a Box reviews and check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the POP in a Box profile page.

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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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