Articles Posted in the " geek swag " Category

  • Tara Lynne’s Geekiary Gift Guide 2016

    I had so much fun putting together my 2015 Geekiary Gift Guide that I knew I had to reprise it this year. So for 2016 I aimed to do what I did in 2015 – include geeky items that not only speak to me, but are also suggested by both Geekiary writers and fans. - […]


  • Superfight: The Card Game, or The Best Thing to Do on the Subway

    I first came across Superfight back in February thanks to the exclusive LootCrate deck. I wasn’t sure what to make of it then, but now… I have to admit, it’s pretty awesome. I picked up the main deck, as well as three booster packs (Yellow, Blue, and Purple) at NYCC. After watching a few rounds […]


  • Vinyls for All: Funko at NYCC

    As always, there were massive lines at the Funko booth at NYCC. Both at SDCC and at NYCC, the offerings from Funko were divided: the main booth and Collectors Corps. The main booth, which was ticketed this time (a first for Funko), had quite an array of exclusive offerings for con goers. They did open […]


  • “Holy Here We Go Again!”: Loot Crate’s July Box

    So, I know I missed out on reviewing the May and June boxes from Loot Crate. I did get them, but life got in the way, and to be honest, I wasn’t really impressed with the contents from those months. That’s my opinion, because I know people who thought these were the best boxes yet. […]




  • SPN Fans Rejoice: New Funko Vinyls of Team Free Will

    Okay, as I mentioned in my NYTF article, my first Pop!Vinyls were Dean Winchester and Castiel. This has since changed. I have become addicted and it’s all thanks to the awesome people at Funko. Furthermore, my first true love of these figures will always be Supernatural, so these creative geniuses have decided to give us […]



  • Need A Lift? DC Bombshells Hawkgirl Statue

    Recently added to the ranks of DC Bombshells statue series is Hawkgirl. If you haven’t seen this line before (well, you must have been living under a rock), they are inspired by pinup girls of the 1940s and 1950s. Previous statues include Lois Lane, Batgirl, Batwoman, Harley Quinn, and a few others. It’s a cold-cast […]


  • “Shall We Play A Game?”: Loot Crate’s February 2015 Box

    Before I get to the box itself, as a short introduction, while I had vaguely heard of Loot Crate before the NY Toy Fair I hadn’t really investigated too much. I was lucky enough to get a chance to talk through the box with some of their staff on-hand at the convention. Loot Crate is a monthly […]