Loot Anime Crate monthly mystery subscription box is powered by Loot Crate and crunchyroll. Loot Anime crates are monthly subscription boxes geared towards anime accessories, manga, figures, reading material, collectibles, clothing and more for those of us that just cannot get enough! Loot Anime subscription boxes cost $24.95 + $5 shipping and handling in the US and each box includes $60+ USD worth of merchandise. Subscribers have the choice between 1, 3, 6, and, 12 month subscriptions. Today, we will be unboxing the January 2017 Loot Anime Box.
Loot Anime Crate arrives in a black sided flip-top box with tab inserts that slide into the front edges, to more fully ensure that all of our goodies will make it in one piece. The Loot Anime Crate box interior can be reversed to be the exterior, when unfolded, flipped and refolded it reveals a scene.
The January 2017 Loot Anime Crate theme is DIMENSION. On the poster sized guide included, Loot Anime states, “We’re kicking off the new year with some of our favorite otherworldly anime and manga.” The poster guide provides a brief description and photo of each item inside the box on one side and, an impressive illustration by Madeleine Rosca on the other.
Here is peek of all the items inside the January 2017 Loot Anime Crate.
Inside the January 2017 Loot Anime DIMENSION Crate
There were 6 items inside the January 2017 loot Anime Crate.
Yume DIMENSION Charm was the monthly charm for the January 2017 Loot Anime Crate. The poster sized guide mentions “Yume’s avatar is a beautiful magic user from another DIMENSION”! Art by Ashley Swaby.
Re:Zero Rem & Ram Picture Frame was packaged inside a blister plastic pack and has a rotating function. The poster guide provides a little background into the anime by stating “Subaru, was suddenly transported to another world, where he found he had the ability to manipulate time, but only by dying.” Licensed by Crunchyroll and made by Infinifan.
Sword Art Online II Asuna Figure is approximately “2 1/2 inches tall and is vibrantly and precisely painted. The Asuna figure is separated out into 4 pieces inside an individual heavy plastic bag divided into 4 sections to prevent the pieces from scratching and rubbing against one another. The poster guide states “Sword Art Online ll follows the story of gamers stuck in a new Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game.” Licensed by Aniplex of America Inc. and made by Banpresto Co., Ltd.
Sword Art Online I Socks feature the beautiful Chibi Asuna sporting her many facial expressions in full color. The white crew length socks are light weight and stretchy. The poster sized guide tells us “Life trapped in a video game lacks many comforts. So we got you these comfy socks! Looters receive either Chibi Kirito or Chibi Asuna socks. ” Licensed by Aniplex of America Inc. and made by Great Eastern Entertainment.
Log Horizon Light Novel is a paperback 215 page “story of Shiroe and other players of the fictional MMORPG Elder Tales. Following a game update, thirty thousand players are transported to the game world and must survive and thrive in this new environment.” as the poster guide tells us. Written by Mamare Touno, illustrated by Kazuhiro Hara and, licensed by Yen Press.
No Game No Life T-Shirt is medium-dark blue and 100% cotton. The poster guide mentions “In No Game No Life, Sora and his younger step-sister Shiro are two shut-ins who form the undefeated gamer known as ‘Blank.'” The tee features a colorful Jibril, a Flugel who becomes the youngest and most vigorous of her kind in No game No Life.
When is comes to DIMENSION, Sword Art Online l and ll, Re:Zero, No Game No Life, Log Horizon and Yume are the beloved animes I would think of. The January 2017 Loot Anime Crate really nailed it with the DIMENSION theme. Thanks Loot Anime!
What did you think of the January 2017 Loot Anime Crate monthly mystery subscription box?