GeekGear is a company which sends out boxes full of geeky awesomeness! It costs £19.99 per month, and ships worldwide.
Now, despite the fact that the box says Wizardry, this box is in fact the Classic! I think there must have been a bit of a mix-up in the packing department! However it doesn’t really matter.
Everything inside is packed in shredded paper (I forgot to take a picture this time) which is recyclable, as is the main box.
Here there should be a menu leaflet, but I think whoever packed it must have forgotten to put one in! So I know what almost everything is, though there might be a bit of guesswork going on, and of course I don’t have any RRPs.
Here’s the t-shirt. It has a picture of Pikachu on it, with various Pokemon symbols, together with an uplifting message. I like the yellow to blue ombre colour. It’s also 100% cotton, which is fantastic.
This is a trading card game, Lightseekers Awakening Storm vs Tech Intro Pack.
I’ve never heard of this, but from looking around on the internet, it’s a trading card game with additional AR features. I’ve not tried it out yet, but it seems to get pretty good reviews. Oh, and it retails at £17.99, which makes is a high value addition to this box!
I’m 99% sure this is a Xenomorph Egg from the Alien movie franchise.
It’s about the size of a regular chicken egg. I’m a big Alien fan, so this is cool, but I think it would have been much more fun if it was open. The closed egg isn’t nearly as interesting.
As there’s no menu I ‘m afraid my geeky knowledge doesn’t cover this! I’m sure it will be instantly recognizable to many people. but not me.It’s a nice enough little reproduction, about 6” long and made from resin.
This is a nice item, a Legend of Zelda A6 Notebook.
The cover is nicely decorated, and there’s also a ribbon bookmark, which is a nice touch.
Finally, the art poster this month is Spider Gwen. This is a very new character in the Marvel universe, where Gwen Stacey gets bitten rather than Peter Parker.