Loot Crate is a monthly geek subscription box that often includes figurines, collectibles, and T-shirts. It costs $13.95 + $6 shipping per month, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Each month has a different theme. Every month, it comes in a black box with the Loot Crate logo that can be turned inside out and folded into something related to the theme. The size varies depending on what’s in the box. Each month, they send out a survey asking subscribers to rate each item and provide suggestions for future boxes. They also release digital content each month related to the theme, such as a mini-game, puzzle, or trivia.
This is a review of November’s Loot Crate.
Here are all the items in this month’s box. This month’s theme is Magical. This month’s box includes items from Doctor Strange, Game of Thrones, Fantastic Beasts, Game of Gods, Escape from New York Comic and The Elder Scrolls.
Each month’s box can be turned into something related to the theme. For most of the boxes, this process involved folding the box and/or turning it inside out.
Each box includes a magazine that includes descriptions of all of the items, as well as interviews with the Loot Crate staff and other things.
Here’s the magazine opened to a random page.
Exclusive Game of Thrones Journal – I’m not a huge Game of Thrones fan, but I think this is an awesome journal! I was planning on giving this one to someone who’s a fan of the show, but I might end up keeping it since I love it so much! I really like the black, silver and red color combination and the design.
The Red Woman hides a deep, dark secret underneath her effortlessly youthful visage, and now you can jot down your own epic stories in this gorgeous Game of Thrones journal. But beware, the warnings are true and Winter has come. (Licensed by HBO, made by Caden Concepts)
This Month’s Pin – The content “unlocked” by this pin is a special Elder Scrolls game play. (Licenced by Bethesda Softworks, made by Loot Crate) You must own The Elder Scrolls Online for PC/Mac to use the free upgrade code. Unfortunately, we only have Oblivion and Skyrim…
The back of the journal.
Inside the journal.
Exclusive Doctor Strange Q-Fig – Yaaaas! I haven’t watched Dr. Strange yet, but I WILL!! I really like Q-figs and Benedict Cumberbatch, not to mention that this is an exclusive and awesome-looking one!
The reality you know may be one of many, but this adorable Doctor Strange Q-Fig is exclusive to Looters! Keep this compact Sorcerer Supreme close by for those particular nasty supernatural situations. (Licensed by Marvel, made by QMx.)
Exclusive Fantastic Beasts Obliviator T-shirt – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is another movie on my list to go see. The design on this T-shirt is not too special for me though.
Protect and serve the wizarding world and the Muggles around you by joining the magical congress of the United States of America as an Obliviator! It’ll take a pretty extreme memory charm to forget how stylish this tee is. (Licensed by warner Brothers, made by Bioworld.)
Exclusive Big Trouble In Little China / Escape From New York Comic – I’m not big on comic books in general, but this is actually a very fun book to read! I actually really like the graphics too.
Jurt Russel meets…Kurt Russel? With a little bit of magic, anything can happen. Can this epic double-team of action movie grit take down the world’s most powerful sorcerer, Lo-Pan? This first-issue variant cover is exclusive to Looters, and with stakes higher than ever before, you can’t afford to miss it. (Made by BOOM! Comics)
Inside the comic book.
Overall, I’m kinda neutral about this month’s Lootcrate. I love the Dr. Strange Q-fig and the Game of Thrones journal, but I’m not so sure about the curation for a “magical” theme.
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Favorite things: All kawaii stuff, dresses, nail polish, jewelry, lifestyle items, glitter, heart-shaped things
Least favorite things: Boxes that lie about being completely customizable, food items in boxes that aren't food subscriptions