GEEK FUEL NOVEMBER 2015 UNBOXING

GEEK FUEL is a monthly comic con in a box subscription service that will run you $23.90 a month with shipping included.  If you order multiple boxes at once though you will be hooked up with various discounts and bonuses. Is November’s box worth the cash?  You be the judge

 

I really like the Steam games extras included with Geek Fuel nearly every month.  This month’s game is Defense Grid 2 and it comes with a very cool making of booklet.  As someone who always appreciates a solid making of DVD extra this is perfect for me.  Next up is a pack of 30th Anniversary Ghostbusters playing cards.  This is the type of item I would see at my local comic shop, want to get but just not pick up.  As an included item its great.  Geek Fuel contests are pretty well designed and this month a Fallout badge can be used online to access new prizes.  So cool.  Lastly is a Hunger Games sticker.  This is a nice little item to include.

This month’s shirt is perfect to wear on the 18th to The Force Awakens.  It is subtle and clever.  It also harkens back to those old model kits that people of a certain remember very clearly for an extra bit of nostalgia.

Fallout mini poster included this month.  Cool design.

Pac Man Salt & Pepper shakers with the ghosts Blinky and Inky.  This is one of those items you either see and grin or see and groan.  I groaned but my brother and law grinned so they are now resting at the center of his kitchen table.

So was this month’s Geek Fuel worth your money.  While it was weaker than the last three months, it was no slouch either.  Also at $23.90 it is cheaper than the other subscription boxes by seven to seventeen dollars on average.

 

M.R. Gott has his Force Awakens tickets…do you.

 

 

Author
M.R. Gott is the author of Rising Dead, Where the Dead fear to Tread and the super dalyed due to abysmal sales sequel Where the Damned Fear Redemption. You can visit M.R.’s website Cutis Anserina at http://wherethedeadfeartotread.blogspot.com. M.R. lives contentedly in central New Hampshire with his wife, their son and two pets Lucy and Porter. Aside from writing M.R. enjoys dark coffee, dark beer, red wine, and fading light.