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Current Box Information: If you order by May 18th, you can get in on the May box with a theme of Defend; Space Edition.
For now, we are going to take a look at the January & February Boxes.
In January, BAM Box celebrated their first anniversary, so this box had an Anniversary theme. The first item was this Jason mask from Friday the 13th. What is so special about a Jason mask? Nothing really. Except this was is signed by the original Jason, Ari Lehman. That makes it a little cooler, right?
This is an original hand painted animation cel from Dennis the Menace with a certificate of Authenticity. If you didn’t get Dennis the Menace, you could have gotten another character from another cartoon. Either way, this is pretty cool.
This license plate is from the Ferris Bueller movie. If you can’t remember which car it was attached to, take at look at this.
Do you remember what happens with this car in the movie? Other boxes came with license plates from other memorable vehicles, like Knight Rider, for example.
This comic came in the January, Anniversary Edition, Bam Box, as well.
This month, the pin wasn’t the same in each box. The pins represented one of the previous boxes over the past year. Our pin represented the Strange themed box from September 2016.
Now, let’s look at another fun box with a 90’s theme.
The first 90’s themed item is this official size hockey puck hand-signed by Matt Doherty from The Mighty Ducks.
Anyone who was around in the 90’s knows what this is. A Beanie Baby! Yes, this was a craze in the 90’s and I think my little sister owns them all, thanks to my dad’s mission to get them for her.
Who loved Seinfeld? This spoon with “no soup for you” engraved on it brings us memories of the Soup Nazi. If you never watched it, take a look at this group of clips…
This poster is from Celebrity Fightmatch. You could’ve gotten one of three posters. We got the “Showdown in Cyberspace” with Agent Smith and Neo from Matrix.
This pin represents the 90’s well with the Super Soaker.
Summary: These boxes were full of cool items and brought back a lot of memories from the 90’s. You have approximately 5 days to get in on the May box which looks like it will be a good one too!
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