Sci-Fan Block is one of the many variations of the NerdBlock which brings you a mixture of sci-fi and fantasy in one box!
Cost: Starts at $19.99/month
What comes in the box?: You’ll receive 4-6 fun collectibles & one exclusive T-shirt.
We are going to show you the contents of the March 2017 box, however, you’ve got 29 days to get in on the July Box (Preview Below).
The March 2017 box brought some pretty nice items. Let’s take a look!
The first item was this Ghost in the Shell t-shirt. I actually really like the graphic on this shirt!
The next item was this Cyborg Martini Shaker. I’m not a big Martini drinker myself but I think we could come up with a new drink.
Here is a Cyborg Bar Towel to go with your Martini Shaker. You may need it after you shake up your new concoction.
This item I wasn’t truly impressed with the quality and would probably have no use for it myself. It’s a Judge Dredd vinyl holder. I guess you could put money or an ID in it. It just seems more like one of those dollar store toys that you kid thinks they must have and then it breaks or falls apart two days later. I like the idea but quality needs improvement.
This Wild West VS The Future Art Print from Westworld is pretty cool with a clear foil stamping on it. It’s hard to see in the picture but a pretty cool 3D-like effect.
Being married to a “Trekkie,” I immediately knew what this pin was and that it was from Star Trek. He loves this pin and will be adding it to his Star Trek collection!
Of course, you get the Sci-Fan edition of the Nerd Block Magazine in each box with articles related to the content as well as other Sci-Fan related information.
Sci-Fan Block by Nerd Block is a great choice for the person who follows is into Sci-Fi and Fantasy. It’s a great mixture of both and brings an overall quality box. You have a little less than a month to head over and sign up for the July box.
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!