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Loot Crate October 2014 Unboxing
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Loot Crate October 2014 Unboxing

This is probably my favorite LootCrate so far. And not just because of the awesome Cat/Skull shirt. But of course that helped. This months crate features the Fear theme and included items from Sharknado, Dead Rising 3, cats in skull shaped formations and a Walking Dead exclusive comic among a few other items. A good number of exclusives this time around, which is awesome, because where else are you going to get this stuff.


How To Survive A Sharknado


Loot Crate September 2014 Unboxing
Loot Crate September 2014 Unboxing

Another month and more stuff to add to the old desk. This months LootCrate had some really cool items in it. The theme was Galactic and galactic it was. This is my 5th or 6th Loot Crate I believe, and I don't see myself stopping anytime soon. As an avid (sort of) toy and figure and shirt and awesome stuff collector, Loot Crate keeps me rolling in product, at a fantastic price. And no, I do not get paid by Loot Crate to make those statements ^_^ It also helps unknown artists and toy companies get a bit of notoriety in a

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Loot Crate July 2014 Unboxing - Villains
Loot Crate July 2014 Unboxing - Villains

I could get used to this. This months LootCrate just hit my mailbox and the theme this time around is "Villains". And I'd say the pack was dead on with the theme. This marks my 4th LootCrate and it did not disappoint. For the time being, it keeps me clothed and adds toys to my desk. Not toys or figures this month, but I kind of see that as a nice change of pace. This months crate includes a shirt, a pair of socks, a documentary on comic book villains, a comic book and a few other items you can see below.

Joki Villain Shirt

The highlight of most Crates. This months shirt b

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June 2014 LootCrate Unboxing
June 2014 LootCrate Unboxing

This months theme is TRANSFORM. So of course Transformers toys just had to be in the mix and I for one was very excited to open mine up as soon as humanly possible. And lucky for me, it arrived earlier than expected so I avoided getting the contents spoiled for me through the old Instagram. The loots this month were split 50/50 between Transformers themed items and MLG items. LootCrate teamed up with MLG (Major League Gaming) this month to bring us some competitive gaming loot.

Now personally, I'm not a huge fan of MLG. Particularly because it revolves mainly arou

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May 2014 Loot Crate Unboxing
May 2014 Loot Crate Unboxing
adventure time tin

It's that time of the month again. The time for my desk to be more cluttered than the 30 days before it. In a good way. Just got my May "Adventure" themed LootCrate yesterday, and spent the day positioning the many awesome things on my desk. Once again this month, the loots were spoiled for me early thanks to Instagram and the fine folks who get the crate surprisingly early the way I see it -_- Regardless of when the surprise was spoiled, it was still cool seeing what was coming my way.

This months the

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My First Loot Crate April 2014 Unboxing
My First Loot Crate April 2014 Unboxing
loot crate nord

After months of seeing all the awesome things being sent out to the many geeky peoplez of the world through LootCrate, I decided to jump on board for a 3 month subscription. I'm a bit late on posting the April box, as there were shipping delays and I unfortunately received my crate about a week after most people. However, LootCrate apologized, answered my questions in good time after I inquired as to why my crate hadn't shipped yet, and kept me informed all the way to me receiving it.

Also unfortunate was that I received the email summarizing

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Walter Guevara
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Walter G. is a software engineer with over 10 years of professional experience. When he isn't blogging or being a CTO he enjoys coding randomly complex things that he hopes many people will get a chance to use one day.
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