What was the last My Geek Box again? Because this one is May’s, and I could have sworn…ah, you know what? Forget it. We’ve got another box of geeky collectibles to show off! This one features a pretty sweet shirt design, along with two Funko products (neither of which are Pops!), a color-changing glass (NOT a mug!), and a pretty snazzy wallet!
My Geek Box drops again, and we have no idea which month it’s for! lol It doesn’t really matter though, because it was a pretty decent one! Forgoing one item that Jason literally throws across the room, this box had a sweet shirt design, a humorous and interesting book, and items from Ready Player One, Marvel, and a horror favorite. Check it out, and if you want to try My Geek Box for yourself, use coupon code TBASE10 at checkout to get a discount!
Talk about a last-minute warning! Pop in a Box gave us 24 hours (which was 12 by the time we got the e-mail, since they’re based out of the UK) to use ALL of our credit with them before it would be gone forever. The result? Jason scoured every inch of the website and managed to find 9 Funko Pops that have a place in our collection. We’ve got four from Dragon Ball Super, one from Mortal Kombat X, and four from Masters of the Universe. And here’s a little extra game for you guys: can you guess which two out of those nine Pops positively REFUSE to stand up? 😛 Check out the video to find out the answer!
There were lots of complaints floating around the internet about Dragon Ball Super, but to be perfectly blunt, Jason and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Was it flawed? Of course. Were the power levels absolutely outrageous to the point of pure foolishness? Damn right. Was it all a ton of fun? You bet your ass it was!
But this isn’t a review of the show, nor is it the start of a fight with those who didn’t enjoy the show. You see, Jason and I have the Super Saiyan Blues (ha ha…that one was Jason’s) now that Dragon Ball Super is over, so we decided to cheer ourselves up by unboxing a few awesome SSGSS collectibles!
Jason and I love going around to all our local comic shops (*cough* local meaning, within a 1.5 to 3 hour drive *cough cough*) to see what interesting and wonderful things we can find. And it’s not always about the brand new stuff! Sometimes we love to comb through the previously-loved items and see what amazing things have been traded in. In this video we’re showing off a pile of goodies that we found in Atomic Records and Collectibles, and Giant Robot Comics, and two of them in particular are absolutely epic! Check it out!