Geek Fuel offers a monthly subscription which comes with a box packed with limited edition toys, collectibles, games, comics, stickers, buttons, and other fun stuff. While the contents vary by month, you will ALWAYS get an exclusive t-shirt in your shipment.
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As most of the world knows, on December 27, 2016, Carrie Fisher passed away. This was a huge loss for the Star Wars community and it is only fitting that she would be on the cover and the subject of January’s Geek Fuel Magazine.
There was also an article written about her inside the magazine.
They also included a pin in honor of the actress, as well.
There were also some of other cool items…
Also related to Star Wars is this K-2SO Rogue One t-shirt.
This QFig Harley Quinn figure from Suicide Squad was also included. It is a pretty cool little figure if you are into that kind of thing. You could have gotten on of the four DC Comics characters Mr. Freeze, Harley Quinn, The Flash, or Green Arrow.
This Geek Fuel exclusive item was a treasure chest with Rupee Soap. A neat item for Zelda fans. I’m assuming the soap is usable. It has a masculine smell and it’s not bad either. Very clean!
This is a downloadable game, Ninja Pizza Girl. I can’t say I have every heard of it but it sounds interesting.
These packaged pins are becoming a regular and they are so creative! This month, the Geek Fuel pin is either mashed with He-Man or Skeletor. We got the He-Bot.
There you have it! The January box was packed with some great items. If you want to receive items like this each month, you should subscribe and use our link to get $3.00 your first order!
Make sure to check out some of our previous Geek Fuel reviews and get an idea if this box is a good fit for you. You can still get in on this box if you order soon. According to the website, it is almost sold out.
I am the wife of a real nerd who has developed some nerd-like tendencies along the way. I am a mom of two, with dreams of becoming a graphic designer and writer while working at the local community college full-time. Earned a B.S. in Communication from University of Louisville and plan to eventually get my Masters Degree…They say it’s never too late to start!