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Unboxing/Review: Loot Crate November 2017

November’s lootcrate has finally arrived and you get to watch us unbox and review

It’s finally here! After nearly a two-week delay my lootcrate has arrived. Which is why you’re just now getting AiPT!’s review of the November lootcrate. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Lootcrate, it’s a subscription service made for the nerds of the world. Once a month you’re shipped a box with a t-shirt and handful of other collectibles, with themes ranging from video games to television, film and comics. Shipping woes aside, the bang is typically very much worth the buck. For the price of a t-shirt you’ll get a box of goodies that come in all sorts of themes and gimmicks. Alright enough chatter. Let’s dig in.

As you can see, this box has definitely exceeded my expectations and cooled my frustrations over the shipping delays. Who doesn’t love Funko Pops? Seriously I’ve yet to meet anyone that doesn’t enjoy them. Getting a exclusive variant of Widowmaker, one of my favorite Overwatch characters, was such a great surprise. The theme of this box was unite and oddly enough she’s the only item that doesn’t fit the theme. For you Netflix subscribers (so everyone reading this article), checking out Vultron will quickly explain why I was so amped on my new t-shirt. The last two items weren’t anything special, but they also weren’t terrible.

Despite how miffed I was over the delay in shipping, I still can’t wait to see what next month’s box has in store for me. Fingers crossed for lots and lots of Star Wars collectibles. Keep an eye on our YouTube channel for upcoming loot crate and toy reviews.

Is it good?
Really great design on the Vultron shirt
Widowmaker looks SO cool. Hands down my favorite item
The Brave and the Bold comic was really neat. Certificate and custom paper, bravo whoever thought of that
Random superhero pin with no apparent theme. Would picking a superhero team really have been hard?

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