Loot Crate DX March 2020 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Loot Crate DX is a deluxe monthly subscription box from Loot Crate. It’s themed with the regular Loot Crate theme, except it contains premium next level loot for discerning geeks! It’s like a special edition box from Loot Crate – every month!

DEALSave 15% on any subscription plan when you use this link and coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION15.

Some items came in their original packaging.

There’s a bunch of interesting items here!

There’s a card with a QR code that we can use to learn more about this crate. The theme for this month is BEAST MODE!

Everything in my box!

DX Beast Mode Pin. This month’s exclusive pin features two famous giant beasts!

It shows Kong riding the kaiju, Godzilla. Kong is gripping on one of Godzilla’s spikes, while the latter is breathing what looks like blue fire from its mouth!

Hellboy Figures 3-Pack. The 3 characters from Hellboy are present in this Beast Mode box in the form of cool action figures!

I got Pack B which contains Rasputin, Hellboy, and Johann Kraus. Subscribers can also get Pack A which has Karl Kroenen, Hellboy, and Kriegaffe.

The figures don’t have bases but they can stand on their own, and it’s cool!

Also, each figure’s details and paint-job are commendable!

Grigori Rasputin is a prominent agent of the Ogdru Jahad and the archenemy of Hellboy. He is also based on the real-life Russian mystic that was connected to the late Romanov family of imperial Russia.

Hellboy is the child of the demon Azzael and the witch Sarah Hughes, a B.P.R.D. agent and the unwilling Harbinger of the Apocalypse, Anung Un Rama.

The last figure that we have is Johann Kraus, a BPRD agent and a replacement for director Thomas Manning. When Hellboy was exposed to the public, Washington sent Kraus to take over the management of field operations. Klaus can also give body to spirits to make them talk to non-mediums.

Mechagodzilla Phunny Plush. Mechagodzilla is another nemesis to Godzilla and he’s featured as a plushie in this box!

He may look metal and shiny, but the plushie is so soft and squishy!

Alien vs. Predator T-Shirt. Another iconic clash of monsters is the movie Alien vs. Predator. I got a white shirt that features them as part of the Yin-Yang symbol!

They are two contradicting forces so the Yin and Yang symbol is just perfect! The Predator goes to the black swirl which is Yin, and the Alien is on the white swirl which is Yang.

Wolverine T-Shirt. Another one that is on “beast mode” is the mutant, Wolverine!

The shirt’s print features Wolverine ready to attack with all his metal claws out. The brown color of the shirt is cool, which shows the character’s name clearly!

Godzilla: The Art Of Destruction by Mark Cotta Vaz ($24.98)

Published to coincide with the release of Warner Bros. and Legendary’s Godzilla, directed by Gareth Edwards, this visually stunning book presents an extraordinary new vision for the beloved character through a dynamic selection of concept illustrations, sketches, storyboards, and other pre-production materials. Godzilla: The Art of Destruction is the definitive book on one of the most anticipated films of 2014. Featuring interviews with the director and key crew and cast members, the book tells the complete story of the making of Godzilla from concept to final frames. Comprehensive and enthralling, Godzilla: The Art of Destruction is a book that no fan will want to be without.

The back of the book cover looks scary though as it shows what looks like people falling down and there are even flames!

The book was published to coincide with the release of the movie in 2014.

One of the first few pages contains the table of contents.

We can learn more about the monster from this book!

The book has nice images and they are all remarkable!

Here, we can also see some of the evolutions of certain characters!

It’s really a nice read if you’re wondering about how they make the amazing scenes in the movies!

The pages even have explanation and commentaries so that we can delve deeper not just into the story but the art design as well.

Godzilla looks scary and mesmerizing at the same time!

There’s a pocket at the inside of the back cover and it contains a poster, similar to the cover design at the back of the book.

There are even folded pages that when spread show other amazing images or versions of the monster!

Here’s the theatrical poster of the movie Godzilla in 2014, which I took out form the book’s back pocket.

The box is really on a “beast mode,” but I mean it in a good way as it included great beast-inspired items like figures, pin, shirts, and even a book that features one of the most iconic monsters of all time, Godzilla! I also like the shiny Mechagodzilla plushie which looks metal but is really soft and squishy. The shirts are both rad! Overall, I’m fairly happy with this month’s DX box! Loot Crate almost got caught up before COVID-19, and hopefully they can finish up shipping out all boxes that are due ASAP.

What did you think of Loot Crate DX this month?

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