Ever since Lootcrate came on the scene a couple of years back, the subscription box service has become a massive deal. There are boxes for pretty much every niche you can think of now, and each of them is vying for your dollar. So when I saw that Funko was putting together a box for Star Wars fans, I knew my wallet would suffer the consequences. Today, we’re going to look at that box- the Smuggler’s Bounty Box.
Costing ~$35 every other month, the Smuggler’s Bounty box gives me something to look forward to six times a year, and on my fourth box, I’m still excited every time.
This month’s theme is “Bounty Hunters” which is particularly awesome as Star Wars has some fascinating bounty hunter characters under it’s belt. So let’s see what came in this month’s box!
While not the most exciting part of the box, it is nice to have them included, and while I personally don’t care about pins, the patches are quite cool and I plan on doing a project at some point with them. This month’s are a patch with Boba Fett on it that says Bounty Hunters. The pin has Bossk (a lesser known character who I’ve never heard of).
Bounty Hunters T-Shirt
Ok I’m going to gush a bit here. About half of the shirts I’ve gotten in Funko’s boxes have been Pop related in that they have the larger heads and cartoonish art style that Pop embodies. I personally like the style, but the shirts are less exciting to me. So this month’s shirt was extra cool to me as it features a different art style.
The shirt is blue, and in yellow outline we see five bounty hunters from the Star Wars universe, Zuckuss, 4-LOM, IG-88, Boba Fett, and Bossk. It also calls out more iconic tools and weapons that each use and of course, the famous Z-6 Jetpack that Boba Fett uses. This is an awesome shirt!
You always know it’s a good box when you get two Pop figures. I’m not gonna lie, the pops are 90% of the reason I’ve subscribed to this box.
This month we get two exclusive Star Wars Pops – Boba Fett (102) and IG-88 (103).
Don’t make me choose my favorite. I can’t do it. These are two of my favorite Star Wars Pops for sure. The Boba Fett probably barely beats out IG-88, because he’s zooming around in his jetpack and that is just awesome.
Some people might be a little disappointed that there was only Pops, a shirt, and the patch/pin. Personally, I love it when there are double Pops boxes. Throw in the fact that the shirt isn’t just a Funko Pop billboard and you can count me as a happy customer.
I’ve been extremely happy with my subscription and definitely recommend you give it a try. Check them out HERE.