BAM Box brings really cool collectible items to your house every month! You never know what you’re going to get with each box but you can bet it will be unique and different.
BAM Box is a monthly mystery subscription box full of hard to find collectibles, limited edition items, exclusives, and autographs! Each box contains at least one autographed item! Other items could include an extra autograph or 1-Up cards with upgraded items.
Cost: $26.99/month plus S & H
We’re going to take a look at the September, October and November Boxes to give you an idea of how they consistently bring cool items to you each month.
This is the little magazine/booklet that came with the September box. It talks about what’s inside and gives more information about the box. September featured Deadpool, Star Wars, The Defenders, The Goonies, Space Ghost, and Watchmen.
If you planned on being Deadpool at Halloween, BAM Box provided you the mask for your costume.
This photo of BB-8 was signed by Brian Herring and is copy 188 of 250 copies made. BAM Box does a great job of providing signed collectible photos and art with each box.
This Art Print by Logan pack is 939 of 1500 copies and is signed by the artist himself. It is also 8×10 in size.
This Goonies Doubloon Prop Replica comes from Dark Matter Props. If anyone knows the Goonies movie, they can identify this piece and should really love having it in their collection!
This is the comedian’s badge from The Watchmen. I can’t say that I know much about The Watchmen but this badge is pretty cool.
The BAM Pin for this month was Space Ghost and was the final item in the September box.
October’s BAM Box brought some great items, as well. Let’s take a look!
I wasn’t sure what the significance of this license plate at first glance. But apparently, it’s from Evil Dead. I guess it’s pretty cool if you’re into license plates and Evil Dead…
Now, this is something I recognized immediately! There are various photos from the movie Gremlins included in the October Box and they are all signed by Zach Galligan who played Billy in the movie. Where is he now?
This is a BAM Box edition of a Grimm – replica of one of the seven keys. I having watched Grimm so this is another item in the box that wouldn’t be immediately recognizable to me but I’m one person and I’m sure there are thousands of others who would love to have this replica in their collection.
This Edward Scissorhands fan art is signed by Chris Uminga, the artist. I like the way it depicts him. Very approachable even with his scissor hands.
Also included is this Fringe Division Department of Defense patch.
The final item in the October BAM Box is this Buffy, The Vampire Slayer pin.
This was a very fitting box for October in honor of Halloween!
Attention all you Stranger Things fans here is a replica of Chief Hopper’s Badge.
This print of Carnage a villain of Spiderman is by Brett Weldele. Pretty cool print!
This is a print of Poison Ivy and it has been signed by Diane Pershing who voiced Poison Ivy in Batman: The Animated Series. Again, BAM Box usually has signed prints in their boxes. Some people love the idea of having something signed by famous people. A cool collector’s item.
This interesting display of a coin is a replica coin from Game of Thrones. I don’t know what the coin represents because I’m probably one of the few people in the world that don’t watch it. I know! Don’t judge me!
The final items in the November box was a pin and patch inspired by Transformers and Terminator.
There you have it! Three months worth of BAM Box in one sitting. What did you think? Is this a box you’d like to get each month? If so, head over to their website and check it out!
Current Box Information: If you order by January 17th, you can get in on the January box.
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