Lootaku is a monthly geek subscription box from Hong Kong packed with high-quality geek and gamer items. The subscription costs $49.00 per month + shipping (currently about $17 to the US), and you’ll get 4-6 themed products, like plushies, action figures, memorabilia, etc., to satisfy your geeky cravings monthly – no fillers or promo items!
I like how the outside of the box is designed like a chest!
The one who finds this chest shall be granted treasures of unimaginable value.
The sides are sealed with a sticker to ensure it won’t open during shipping!
I am so excited to see all of this month’s items!
The contents are all protectively packaged.
The theme this month is OF GODS AND DEMONS – Dragon Ball. The item information card, or Loot Table, is thick and glossy. It contains lots of details! When there are variations, it typically lists each possible variation you might receive.
All the goodies inside the March 2019 Lootaku Box!
Dragon Ball Demo King Mafuba Pin ($12) This month’s pin features one of the most iconic techniques in the original Dragon Ball series, the Evil Containment Wave or Mafuba.
Like most of the pins from this subscription, it has 2 posts to fully support its weight. The pin I got is the 367th out of the only 504 produced.
The pin shows the Demon King Piccolo being sealed into a rice cooker using the technique. The containment also has an Ofuda or a special demon seal!
Dragon Ball Super T-Shirt ($20) The shirt for this month is another rad black shirt with the design from Dragon Ball Super!
You will feel the exclusivity of the shirt just by looking at the print on the lower right which indicates that it’s the 234th shirt from the only 504 pieces produced.
It’s a manga page that features the epic battle between Super Saiyan God Goku and Beerus. It is tagged as “KameHameHa,” as we can see Goku about to perform the technique!
Dragon Ball Z Piccolo Figure ($30) I got two Banpresto World Figure Colosseum figures this month, and the first one is the fan favorite, Piccolo!
He is a Namekian and the final reincarnation of King Piccolo. He is also a part of the Dragon Clan, along with Kami and King Piccolo, the original creators of the Dragon Balls!
There are 4 easy-to-assemble parts inside the box. There’s the base, his upper body and head, his lower part up to his feet, and support that connects the base to the main figure.
I easily completed the figure! It shows a floating Piccolo, about to perform his Special Beam Cannon technique.
He brings up his fingers to his forehead, readying himself to deliver the blow!
The Special Beam Cannon is Piccolo’s signature technique. It can pierce through, even the strongest bodies!
I love how the paint job really captures all the details of the character as he charges all his ki to make the attack!
Dragon Ball Z Frieza Figure ($30) The next figure features the most persistent villain of the series, and the ruler of Universe 7, Frieza. I don’t know but I find the photo of the figure in this box realistic and creepy!
Frieza is the most recurring villain in the series, being the main antagonist in several Sagas.
Compared to the Piccolo figure, this one has more parts to assemble. It has a total of 9!
Even his tail has its own support and base. The figure is his second form, which surprises Gohan and the others, as he does not appear to be just more powerful, but looks scarier too with those longer horns. This form also allowed him to defeat Vegeta during their fight at planet Namek.
Those long horns are also the ones he used to impale Krillin! As opposed to his first form, this one shows him with a more muscular body. The figure itself is gritty and realistic.
Though this one took a long time to complete and has a creepier look, the figure is surely awesome and I actually love the details! Also, the figure measures 7.5 inches.
It’s another Dragon Ball-themed box, and I don’t mind getting much more from this series! I love that they featured both the main protagonists of the series and even the villains (or once-villains). I definitely love the two figures, both look creepily realistic! I am having goosebumps looking at them, but in a good way. The shirt that features the fight between Goku and Beerus is awesome too. I like how they based the design from a manga page. The contrasting B&W color totally works for it! The pin is another awesome addition as it features an iconic technique from the original series. Overall, it’s a great box that most fans of this fantastic series will surely love! And I sure do!
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