With property powerhouses like Marvel’s Doctor Strange and J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them on board with exclusive for November’s “MAGICAL” Loot Crate, I was expecting a great crate. Then Loot Crate announced one of the exclusives and I knew this crate would be worth it. Sure enough, this weekend the crate arrived and it lived up to expectations. Let’s take a look at what made up this month’s crate.
1. Loot Crate Exclusive Doctor Strange Q-Fig
A Loot Crate exclusive, this Q-Fig version of Benedict Cumberbatch’s movie-headlining Doctor is pretty sweet. Want to get one for yourself? You can purchase this Q-fig separately at Loot Vault.
This is not the first time that a Q-Fig has been included in a Loot Crate. Here is Doctor Strange with Hulk and Deadpool, both also part of previous crates.
2. Loot Crate Exclusive Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them T-Shirt
Featuring a propaganda- inspired advertisement to join M.A.C.U.S.A., this is a pretty awesome shirt and exclusive from the first in the new Wizarding World movie series.
3. Loot Crate Exclusive Game of Thrones Journal
Featuring the Red Woman on the outside artwork, this journal is perfect for those wanting to craft their own stories.
4. Loot Crate Exclusive Big Trouble in Little China / Escape From New York Comic Book
Featuring a Kurt Russell and Kurt Russell meetup, this comic book looks interesting. I might crack it open and read it.
5. Loot Crate “The Elder Scrolls Online” Pin with Velocity Comic Unlock
Each month’s pin unlocks something exclusive online. This month’s exclusive is an Imperial Edition Upgrade to The Elder Scrolls Online game for PC/ Mac. Another bonus if you are a gamer.
Overall thoughts: For me, this crate was well worth the $20 cost. The Q-Fig and t-shirt alone was great, but also the quirky comic book has value to me. The journal will be gifted to a friend who loves Game of Thrones. Really a great crate of exclusives.
Next month’s “REVOLUTION” crate will feature an exclusive Funko Pop! Vinyl, and will include items froms Mr. Robot, Firefly, Assassin’s Creed, and more.
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