Loot Crate is an excellent choice for a monthly mystery crate. It is filled with collectibles and apparel from your favorite tv shows, movies, games, and more! Some of the items are exclusive to Loot Crate. There is more than $50 worth of products in every crate!
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We have several boxes to show you. This gives you an idea of what is in the box each month and these months brought some pretty awesome stuff! Each month, subscribers receive a shirt in their Loot Crate.
In July, there was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles T-Shirt.
In August, this amazing shirt from The Legend of Zelda came in the box.
Blade Runner was the shirt theme in September.
Appropriately, with the month of October, it was a Ghostbusters-themed shirt. Also, each month, you typically get a Loot Crate magazine with information about the box and other content.
As you can see, we had themes such as animation, Kingdom, Robotics, and Mythical.
In addition to the TMNT shirt, the July Box included this Rick and Morty “Peace Among Worlds” Figure which is a Loot Crate Exclusive.
There was also this really cool Bob’s Burgers Recipe Box with Real Recipes for Joke Burgers.
This Futurama Slurm Koozie (2-pack) is a great item and there are two of them.
Bob’s Burgers was also the inspiration for the July 2017 LootPin.
In August, this Adventure Time “The Nice King and Gunter” figure was included. I don’t know a whole lot about Adventure Time but I like penguins and this is a really cute figure.
This The Lord of the Rings (LOTR) color change glass is a great collectible from the movie.
Also from the LOTR movie, the August box included this print of the Two Towers.
The final item from the August box was the Loot Pin with a Coat of Arms pin.
The robotics theme for September brought this IDW Star Trek: The New Generation Mirror Universe Comic. My Trekkie husband truly appreciated this comic book.
Another Robotic themed item was this R2-D2 Incredibuild Model Kit. This is a great project for any Star Wars fan. Maybe a father/son afternoon?
From Aliens, this “Queen Takes Bishop” mini figure was a product of a collaboration between Loot Crate and Phat Mojo. It was a pretty good figure. The quality could have been a little sturdier but it works for sitting on a shelf.
The Loot Pin was (you guessed it) a robot.
This brings us to the most recent Loot Crate we received. It was a mythical theme and this Stranger Things figure set was included. My 13-year-old daughter recently became obsessed with this show and tells me that I really need to watch it. I’m just afraid I will like it and then have no time to watch it. So, I haven’t taken the plunge yet. But, it is getting me curious.
This Marvel figure of Thor and Loki is made by the same company as the Alien figure from September. It’s not something I particularly love but would work for a shelved conversation piece if you are a Thor and/or Loki fan.
This “Mr. Pointy” bookmark was also part of the mythical Loot Crate.
Finally, we wrap up this Loot Crate box with the October Mythical Loot Pin of Dracula.
Thanks for going on the tour of Loot Crate boxes with us. As you can see, this is a great box that comes with some really creative apparel and collectibles. If you like what you see, and would like to subscribe, head over to their website and signup. You should also check out all of the crate options. They definitely have something for everyone. Don’t forget to use our affiliate link and coupon code: NERDSTASH and save $3.00!
I am the wife of a real nerd who has developed some nerd-like tendencies along the way.I am a mom of two, with dreams of becoming a graphic designer and writer while working at the local community college full-time.Earned a B.S. in Communication from University of Louisville and plan to eventually get my Masters Degree…They say it’s never too late to start!
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