What is Loot Crate?
Loot Crate is a monthly mystery subscription box catered to Geeks and Fans of pop culture. Inside each box includes awesome and often exclusive items such as collectibles, t-shirts, toys and more. For the price of 13.95 a month plus $6 shipping and handling, you guaranteed to get $45+ value in every crate.
This Month’s theme: Dystopia
Pop culture is full of brave new worlds, societies in flux that don’t always turn out for the best. June’s theme will be exploring some of the ways things can go wrong with DYSTOPIA! Featuring classics Robocop,Terminator 2: Judgement Day, and The Matrix and new faves Bioshock Infinite andFallout 4, we’ve got the loot to lift your spirits!
- Robocop T-Shirt
- Fallout Dorbz Vinyl Figure
- Bioshock Infinite Key Blank
- The Matrix Puzzle
- Terminator 2 Metal Print
The Robocop shirt is gorgeous. This design should be printed on a poster and framed. It’s very well done. The style looked very familiar, so familiar that I had to look up who had done the design. It was done by Grey Matter Art. GMA has worked with a multitude of artists to bring some amazingly designed prints. Kudos, Loot Crate for going with GMA.
The Terminator 2 Metal Print is literally that, a metal print of a T-800’s face from Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Not bad for decorative purposes.
The Matrix Puzzle, from Cardinal Games, features artwork created just for Looters. It features Neo, Trinity and Morpheus and is 300-pieces.
The Bioshock Infinity Key Blank is a pretty cool idea and not something we have seen often, or ever really in a Loot Crate. The key blank has an image of a bird cage on one side, and a bird on the other. I just found my new house key.
I can’t get enough of these Dorbz. This month’s box came with a Fallout 4 Power Armor Dorbz from Funko. Even though, you can’t see a smiling face in this one, it’s still adorable and beautifully painted.
This month’s pin comes in the shape of a Mini Nuke inspired by Fallout 4. It’s actually ammo for one of the craziest guns in the game, the Fatman. The pin also unlocks an exclusive wallpaper and ringtone from Fallout Shelter, which can be redeemed at lootcrate.com/pins.
So there you have it, folks, this month’s Loot Crate. What are your thoughts on the Dystopia crate? Let us know in the comments below.