It’s that time of the month! The time when we anxiously await the next round of nerdy subscription boxes to show up on our doorstep. First up is Nerd Block’s Classic Box for July 2015, and it was a little more random than usual. See what we found inside after the break…
This Spike Titans vinyl figure from Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a Nerd Block exclusive. Seriously, I’m going to have to dedicate a room to these things before long. I’ll open the door and there will be hundreds of little eyes staring back at me. My own little pop culture vinyl figure army. That having been said, if you’re a vinyl figure collector, these subscription boxes are going to be right up your alley. Nearly every box comes an exlusive.
Mad Max: Fury Road / Max Part One from Vertigo with an exclusive cover. I haven’t started this series yet, so it’s a nice addition.
This Ghostbusters wallet is of the TYVEK variety, which they claim is nearly indestructible. Doesn’t feel that way, but if you don’t have much money to actually put into a wallet, this is a good option.
Iron Man keychain and a Transformers dangler: That’s the other thing about subscription boxes. I’m gonna have like two keys attached to a nerdy keychain bundle that’s five feet long. Then again, my Christmas tree is going to look awesome.
This G.I. Joe / Karate Kid mashup shirt isn’t really my thing, but at least it seems well made. It also includes a 10% off ShirtPunch code so I can get something I might actually want to wear.
This wasn’t the worst subscription box we’ve ever received, but it was far from the best. Certainly a step down from last month—average at best. I suppose a disappointing box is going to happen from time to time.
If you would like to give a Nerd Block subscription a shot, head on over to the website and use the code “NERD2015” to get 10% off.
Keep in mind that Nerd Block subscribers have the advantage of being able to subscribe to several different themed boxes that include an Comic Block, Arcade Block, Horror Block and Classic Block. There are also Jr. Blocks for kids.