My Geek Box June 2019 Unboxing and Review – Back from the Brink

Clawing back some respect it's My Geek Box

A much better box of geeky treats


BY ROBIN BATES


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Review Summary

Product Name:


Product Type:


Subscription Box

Price:


£19.99

Summary:


A much improved effort from the My Geek Box gang who seem to be really trying to get their boxes right.

Rating:


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From the heady highs of a 4 star review, to the disappointing lows of a 1 star review (the disappointment mostly coming from not being able to give zero stars on this template), My Geek Box has taken us on a rollercoaster of a journey over the last 6 months.

A subscription box lives or dies by the quality of its content and needs to strike a balance between affordable, unexpected, desirable, and fun.

You can't please everyone all of the time, especially when it comes to pop culture, and on occasion My Geek Box has been guilty of offloading a load of old rubbish.

It's been a while, so let's crack one open and see if they have redeemed themselves...


Not a fan of video? Let's do some words and pictures!

What's in the June 2019 My Geek Box?

Kidrobot Megaman Mini Series Vinyl blind bag

Funko Pop! Heroes DC Comics Bombshells Special Edition Harley Quinn

Harry Potter Sorting Hat and House Emblem socks

Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection volumes one and two

#nolivesmatter Cthulhu for President T Shirt

Does anything here take your fancy?

We'll be giving some of these away in the Coaching for Geeks Community.

CONCLUSION

This box had a decent selection of items, and while I'm still not a large man rather than a medium lady, ordering your own will result n a better fitting t shirt.


4/5

The Good Stuff:
  • ​A solid and varied selection.

  • ​Always happy with a graphic novel.

  • As always your mileage will vary.
The Bad Stuff:
  • ​Their site is still a bit of a mess.

  • Bloody Funko Pops.

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Robin Bates

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Robin Bates is a 40 year old manchild who somehow ended up in charge of Coaching for Geeks. He has a penchant for gaming, dressing up, music festivals, and the Oxford comma. He is a terrible typist despite many hours playing Typing of the Dead.
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