Geek Fuel is a monthly subscription box “filled with t-shirts, toys, digital games, limited edition collectibles, and all things epic.” The box can be purchased on a monthly renewal at $23.90 per month, or discounts for purchasing several months or more upfront.
The box comes with a great mini magazine that’s always fun to flip through.
Here’s a look at the contents of this month’s box.
Exclusive Video Games Live T-shirt (Retail $10?) – As I’ve said before, I’m not a fan of games – so this (while a cute design) is a bust for me.
It’s a Nap! Pillowcase (Retail $15 on Etsy) – This is a really fun item for any Star Wars fan. It’d make a great gift too.
Guardianade Energy Drink (Retail $?) – As I don’t know games, the theme is lost on me. But it’s a fun design, and something I’ll probably use some weekend – maybe while watching a marathon of movies. See the image below for the clever disclaimer on the can.
Over 9,000 Zombies Downloadable Game (Retail $10) – A waste for me, but I’ll ask around to see if any of my friends like arcade games.
Delorean Time Travel Sticker (Retail $1-2?) – Everyone is jumping on the Back to the Future anniversary – and I couldn’t be happier. I’m definitely going to find a place for this. The box also came with a movie replica Save the Clock Tower flyer that has a phone number on the back to see if you’re one of 88 winners. I wasn’t. But it was certainly a fun idea. And it also comes with a Save the Clock Tower Button – just to get you in the mood.
Yondu Funko POP (Retail $7.50) – Guardians of the Galaxy is my favorite Marvel movie, and I don’t have this one yet! This was my favorite item by far. Too bad it couldn’t be an exclusive, but I’m happy anyway.
Summary: Guardians POP, Back to the Future, and Star Wars items all in one box – this makes up for the lack of keep-able items in the last two boxes. I may take a break for a while from this box, but this made my day.
What do you think of this month’s Geek Fuel box?