Did you get your January 2016 Geek Fuel Box? We look forward to receiving our box every month as GeekFuel usually has some really cool stuff inside. So what was inside the January Box? Let’s take a look…
As with any Geek Fuel box, we can always expect a nice t-shirt and this month, they delivered this tribute to time travel with a timeline…
As you can see, the timeline started with The Time Machine which was created by H.G. Wells and depicted in more than one movie such as this:
Then they went to Dr. Who’s Tardis and then to the 80’s and the Delorian from Back to the Future. In 1989, the phone booth was used by two crazy “dudes” trying to avoid failing a history class, Bill and Ted, to travel through time…check it out:
In the 90’s Arnold Schwartznegger brought us time travel in a whole new way as the Terminator:
And then, there’s the hot tub time machine…
For some reason, I really like this shirt. It represents some pretty cool movies. So, what else did we find in our Geek Fuel box in January? There were some pretty cool Flash items such as this coffee mug.
This mug is from the fictional coffee place and has a picture of Flash inside the logo. For those who aren’t sure what this represents, STARLabs studies Science and Technology Advanced Research and in this case, according to Geek Fuel, they are studying “the various strains of caffeine and their positive effects on our work/gaming flow.”
Geek Fuel subscribers either received a Link or Mario collectible tin with 8-bit breath savers inside. We got Link!
For all you Resident Evil fans, Geek Fuel sent an Umbrella Enamel Pin in a nice little box. Take a look…
Also included was this Jakku Comic-Con poster. Geek Fuel says, “Forget San Diego, the Jakku Comic-Con is the best place in the entire GALAXY to catch your favorite stars.”
Finally, one of the big perks of the Geek Fuel box, the downloadable game for January was Metro Warp. It’s described as an “addictive puzzle game.”
The Geek Fuel Magazine displays Flash on the front cover and is full of great content regarding the contents of the box as well as other interesting reads.
Also, it is important to note that, many times, Geek Fuel has a contest going on with each box. January’s contest was called “Fuel the Flash” and you could have won an XBOX ONE, Lego Batman 3 Video Game, The Flash Complete first season in Blue Ray, The Flash DC Comics Play Arts Kai Variant Action Figure, Flash Ring Prop Replica, Schleich The Flash Figure and a Flash Snapback Ball Cap.
Overall, this box was pretty nice and, as usual, I would definitely recommend Geek Fuel to anyone who is into games, movies, comics and other cool stuff like that.
According to their website, you can still get the January Box if you join today, February 1, 2016.
GeekFuel offers a monthly subscription, for $17.90 + S&H, 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. If you use our link, you will get $3.00 your first order.
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