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. Each box runs you $24.90 (including shipping and handling), and 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 detailing the variety of items that come inside it.
Each box also includes an issue of Geek Fuel, a mini mag that covers a bunch of current tidbits to pique any geek’s interest. Starring on the front cover this month is Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Spidey isn’t the only superhero covered in this issue, though. A neat article that’s a nod to both Batman and the late Adam West is included. He will be missed!
The exclusive t-shirts are always amazing and this month will thrill fans of Firefly. The awesome design and line from the series’ theme song will strike envy into the heart of any poor fan who didn’t get this month’s Geek Fuel box.
Geek Fuel’s been providing some amazing figurines the last few months. This month they sent out a Kidrobot Street Fighter vinyl mini. The moment I saw Chun-Li’s face, I allowed myself to hope I would get my favorite female fighter…
And I totally did! This little 3 inch figure doesn’t show off those fearsome legs any fan of Street Fighter knows, but it’s adorable.
Chun-Li is one of sixteen warriors that you can collect.
This wonderfully packaged, exclusive Geek Fuel item is an insulated drink koozie. Better yet, it’s in the shape of a barrel from one of the Super Nintendo’s best games, Donkey Kong Country.
Let’s just hope it only serves to keep your cold ones cold and not blast your drink from your hand. We all know what those barrels do in the game…
This month’s enamel pin shaped like Geek Fuel’s mascot features ThunderCats. It’s definitely a bit of a throwback item and the pin looks great, as usual. I got “She-Tarra,” the Geek Fuel version of Cheetara (they do love to come up with clever names for their pins).
She is one of five pins you can get, and this month there are two rare possibilities.
The final item in this month’s mystery box is the Steam game, Steamroll.
It’s an adventure/puzzle game that incorporates some epic minigolf type of gameplay. It’s definitely one of those games that is more easily shown than explained. Check out the video below.
July’s box did not disappoint! You can’t beat the variety and the quality of the items Geek Fuel sends every month. And as I sit here enjoying a beverage out of my new Donkey Kong koozie, I definitely appreciate the purpose of their items, as well. If you liked what you saw in this review and you’re ready to have a fun surprise sent to you in August, then follow this link to save $3 dollars on your purchase!