Battle Angel Alita VIP Experience at SDCC thanks to Loot Crate

I do love a scavenger hunt especially with a chance to win a VIP Experience with Robert Rodriguez (Director), Jon Landau (Producer) and Rosa Salazar & Keean Johnson the stars of Alita: Battle Angel at a mystery site during SDCC on Friday, July 20th. All you have to do is start at the Loot Crate Booth #240 and grab a limited edition Alita: Battle Angel Pillars of Iron City Search card on Friday, July 20th than post a photo on Instagram or Twitter #AlitaPICS with stamps from the six partner booths. The first 150 fans that return the completed card to the Funko Experience at the Loot Crate Booth will receive an exclusive limited edition button set AND win the VIP experience with Robert Rodriguez and John Landau.

Loot Crate Comic Con Booth #241 has SDCC Exclusives and subscriber goodies from Thursday, July 19th to Sunday, July 22nd. They will have the Bruised Archer Exclusive Variant ($20) and the Morty Monster Mayhem Exlclusive Figure ($25)  in limited quantities.

They have the EXCLUSIVE Battle Angel Alita poster set ($20), Power Rangers Alpha 5 figures and pins, Guardians and more for fans of anime, gaming, tv and more! If you are a Loot Crate member they have an exclusive SDCC ’18 pin! Anyone using a MasterCard will be given a free Power Rangers hat with any purchase!

So make sure you head over to the Loot Crate booth for the contest and SDCC loot!

Loot Crate is taking subscription boxes to the next level



Loot Crate is moving on up to offer fans the next level in the monthly subscription game.


It’s called Loot Crate DX and it’s putting luxury into geek hands for $49.99 (retail value $100.00). Loot Crate announced the new premium box at the Silicon Valley Comic-Con and hints of what to expect when the first box arrives on your doorstep. The first box will have items from Adventure Time, Legend of Zelda and World of

Loot Crate DX is priced at $49.99 (including S/H)

Warcraft and other geek culture franchises … oh my what a fun treat! The new DX crate will include
curated high-quality collectibles, apparel, home goods and surprises that will appeal to the geek lover who loves the lifestyle. The subscription boxes introduces subscribers to beloved and new characters that can be word or played to your hearts 194517-600x900_LootGaming_Legacy_Artwork_v2-f3c6ae-original-1454089062content. You can still subscribe to the original Loot Crate or the Loot Gaming Crate (April sold out already) or Loot Crate Anime in partnership with Crunchy Roll (has sold out every month). The fans speak every month with over half million Looters for the original Loot Crate subscription service. Loot Crate’s relationships with the hottest video game, entertainment and consumer product companies in the world, including Disney, Warner Bros., Nintendo, Activision, Minecraft, Bethesda and many more is what keeps fans looking forward to the box in the mail every month! I know I’m hoping to get my first box soon! Which one would you choose? Leave a comment below rather you will try out one of the specialty boxes or keep enjoying the original with lots of surprises!


“Loot Crate was created to help give a voice to fans of pop culture around the World,” said Matthew Arevalo, co-founder and Chief Experience Officer at Loot Crate. “Those fans have told us they would like to see bigger, bolder and higher end offerings. This is our response, and we know Looters and soon to be Looters will be incredibly pleased with the result.”


*Items shown are examples. Some but not all crates include wearables.









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My schedule for SDCC July 24th 2014 Thursday

My interview & party schedule 

July 24, 2014 at San Diego Comic Con

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I’m kicking off my first full day at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con with a full schedule of FUN!

My very first interview is with Pixar Animation Studio’s Holiday Special Toy Story That Time Forgot!  I LOVED the last spooky halloween special they did with Toy Story (some of my favorite all time characters) that I saw last year and can’t wait to revisit my old friends!  The panel will be moderated by composer Michael Giacchino (“LOST,” “Ratatouille”)and include the producer Galyn Susman (“Toy Story OF TERROR!”), director Steve Purcell (“Brave”), head of story Derek Thompson (“WALL•E”), Kevin McKidd(“Grey’s Anatomy”), the voice of Reptillus Maximus, and Kristen Schaal (“30 Rock”), the voice of Trixie and boy do I have a lot of questions for them!  I’m hoping to even get to see the storyboards, sketches and Pixar magic that has gone into creating this new holiday special!

I’m excited to talk with the cast and team of TNT’s the Last Ship which should  be a blast since I’m really enjoying this show!  I was worried when I first heard of the concept but after speaking with the showrunner at Wondercon he really sparked my curiosity.  I’ve found from the first episode I was hooked and I think part of the fun is that they are on the ship giving us the opportunity of meeting new shipmates as well as friends and foes as the sail the seven seas trying to find a cure!

I’m getting my geek on with Xbox and a demo of Halo: The Master Chief CollectionSunset Overdrive and Forza Horizon 2 that I’m sure takes full advantage of the graphics of the new system.  I got to play with them last year and was really impressed with how Microsoft has improved the system so much that it feels like Virtual Reality!   I especially loved Forza .. vroom vroom I do love to go fast and the cars well I’m a car chick so I do love a sexy beast!  I can’t imagine how they’ve improved it but will let you know!

I’m closing the night out with my girl Felicia Day who’s hosting THE SDDC Geek & Sundry VIP Party!  It’s my second year attending and it’s a lot of fun.   A great opportunity to chat with fellow geeks but also to see what Geek & Sundry will be bringing us with the roster of fun shows, games and programs.  They have a bit of geek fun for everyone from the popular Tabletop, to the new series Spooked and shows that are coming round the bend (Space Janitors, Morganville: The Series).  I’m sure she’ll be bringing her friends along to the panels that are scheduled to keep everyone up to date so that they won’t miss a thing from the Geek & Sundry world!