Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Unboxing February's Loot Crate: Build

Timed to coincide with the release of the Lego Batman movie and the Power Rangers reboot, Loot Crate's February theme was "Build." The contents of the crate all fit perfectly into this month's theme. They tapped Power Rangers, Lego, and Tetris to "build" this month's crate. The folks at Loot Crate continue to give Looters the biggest bang for their buck even with the recent rise in cost. I don't think you can find a better subscription box with the high quality exclusive items for a comparable price point.

The first item in the box is probably the most fun! A Batman food container, shaped as the Dark Knight's head, for carrying your snacks on the go. Not too big and not too small, it's the perfect size for keeping your snacks safe.

Next up are THREE Power Rangers items! If you're a fan of the teen heroes, then this was the crate for you. First was the monthly Loot Crate pin featuring the mighty Megazord. The pins in each crate have been amazing and this month is no different. Next is a digital download (via Comixology) of three Power Rangers comics (MMPR #'s 0-1 and MMPR: Pink #1). Finally, we got an exclusive Power Rangers Megazord t-shirt.

Video game lovers were winners in this month's crate, too. Tetris fans got a set of big Tetris block-shaped magnets for their refrigerator's. You can shuffle them around to create your own designs with 9 familiar shapes from the classic game. Finally, each box contained one Lego Dimensions Fun Pack figure! There were 5 possible figures (Wonder Woman, Bad Cop, Benny, Cyborg, and Unikitty. This box contained Wonder Woman (not complaining about that!) to be used with my Lego Dimensions game. All in all, another month of awesome loot!

Inside this month's crate:

- Wonder Woman Lego Dimensions Fun Pack (Lego, Warner Bros.)

- Megazord Pin (Saban, Loot Crate)

- Power Rangers Digital Comics (BOOM!/Comixology)

- Megazord T-shirt (Saban, Loot Crate)

- Batman Food Conatiner (DC Comics, Zak! Designs)

- Tetris Magnets (Tetris Company/Paladone)

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