Geek Fuel is a subscription service that sends you a Monthly Mystery Box filled with everything you need to feed your geeky lifestyle. Each box contains an exclusive t-shirt, collectibles, and toys plus a downloadable Steam game. You can get the box reviewed in this article until the end of the month for $24.90 (including shipping). You can also choose a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription to get your boxes at discounted rates. Not too shabby when you consider that each box is valued at $50, minimum! On top of that, you can use this link to Geek Fuel’s website and get $3 dollars off your plan!
Finding a package from Geek Fuel on my doorstep has definitely become a bright spot in my month. Not knowing the contents of the package makes it all the more fun, but I have certainly come to expect it will be amazing. Check out the contents of this month’s box to see if you agree! You can also check out my previous reviews, as well.
Every box includes a handy card describing the items that come inside it.
You also get a monthly issue of Geek Fuel magazine which is filled with geeky tidbits about movies, games, gift ideas, and more.
In this issue you can check out an article about Stephen King and his current projects.
This month we get a plush that is not only super soft, but also gives you an excuse to throw something at your friends. If they’re fans of Mario Kart, they’ll understand.
Bonus: The tag that is attached is actually a vinyl sticker!
The exclusive t-shirt this month shows the Caped Crusader as you my not have seen him before. It’s Batman, Manga style! You won’t find this kind of awesomely unusual shirt anywhere else!
Vinyl figures frequent Geek Fuel boxes, but this month we get a Kubros Buildable Figure. Basically, it’s an excuse to play with Legos and build an awesome character. Yes, please. You can get a figure from any of 12 brands, including Family Guy, Assassins’s Creed, Star Trek, and Halo. My figure was Ripley from Aliens.
There are 168 pieces in the box so a little time is required to put the figure together. I quite enjoyed myself as I did, though.
It was pretty satisfying seeing my completed Ripley decked out and ready to crush some aliens.
Every Geek Fuel box includes an enamel pin fashioned after their robot mascot. This month you can get one of five pins that represent cartoons that adults love to watch (even if some of them claim to be for kids). I got Meatwad from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and he’s wrapped up in another great example of Geek Fuel’s packaging.
You can also get a Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, or the rare Space Ghost character.
The last item of the box is this month’s Steam game, Warden.
The game is inspired by action-adventure games of the N64 and include platforming and puzzle solving. It looks a bit like a Zelda game, and that sounds like a recipe for something awesome. You can check out the gameplay below.
This month Geek Fuel really showed off all their best qualities. Awesome packaging, a fun variety of items, and I got a good 40 minutes of entertainment building my Ripley figure. It’s not too late to get this box! If you want it, follow this link and save $3!!