Sunday, September 25, 2016
The cost for a Month to Month is $25 (plus S/H), or $150 (plus S/H) for a one-year subscription.
You get one box every other month, with SB promising $50 in value and no fluff.
If you choose the Smuggler membership (yearly), you are promised an additional gift on your anniversary. Guess which one we chose.
Again, this month's theme is THE DEATH STAR, showing off the might of The Galactic Empire before succumbing to a cheap shot by some dirt farmer. Ok, I like The Rebellion and all, but it's The Empire, man!Anyways, check out our unboxing below and we'll meet you on the back end to share some thoughts:
Smuggler's Bounty returns to galactic awesome with one of the best boxes from this line, and perhaps one of the best Funko boxes ever. From the outset, it's clear the company might have learned its lesson and actually listened to consumer rage. Whether this is a temporary change back to positive or not, we'll have to wait until November's ROGUE ONE theme, which promises to deliver something potentially special (Death Troopers, anyone?). For now, count this box as a serious winner, and evidence that SB does listen to its customers.
Want to read our other sub box reviews? We've got them all listed below:
MARVEL COLLECTOR CORPS
DC LEGION REVIEWS
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September's Star Wars/Funko Smuggler's Bounty sub box is a DEATH STAR-sized box of awesome.
Review by Matt CummingsLet's be honest: July's JABBA's PALACE was a massive disappointment. I mean galactic-sized. To be honest, it's been a uneven couple of months for Funko, with the awful YEAR ONE but a really good Marvel Collector Corps. It was time for some good news, and with September's DEATH STAR, we feel the Force returning to protect us, with a strong outing of Funko, a great shirt, and a memorable accessory. Before diving in, let's review the details: