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GIVEAWAY — SuperHeroStuff: Hero Box Unboxing (Video Review)

Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, any size. Catches thieves, just like flies. Look out!
Here comes the Spider-Man… right to your doorstep!

You’ve heard of Christmas in July, but with SuperHeroStuff, it can be Christmas every month. With their Hero Box, you can get $70 worth of superherostuff – but for only $49. When you enroll, you’ll receive a package every month. Inside could be anything from Batman, to Captain America, to Star Wars – take your pick. You won’t know what the goodies inside will be, but you get to choose the theme. Life is like a box of superherostuff — you never know what you’re gonna get!

The unique theme, which varies monthly, must be purchased each month. Alternatively, one of the 9 character boxes – featuring Batman, Deadpool, Star Wars, Wonder Woman, and more – can be purchased at any time.

Your Hero Box will be filled with various mystery items featuring a theme that you picked. Included could be anything from Funko POP! figures, t-shirts, accessories, comic books, toys, and more! We webbed up ourselves a Hero Box of our own, featuring your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!

Something's tingling, but I don't know if it's my spider-sense.
Something’s tingling, but I don’t know if it’s my spider-sense.

Opening up a Hero Box is just like Christmas: you don’t know what’s in the box, and it’s exciting. But it’s like these boxes are from Santa, and not your Aunt Clara who sends you homemade bunny costumes. (If you’re into that kind of thing, that is totally okay). I prefer that cool Spidey t-shirt up there, but that’s just me!

Here’s a closer look at some of the Spidey goodies included in this particular box:

These socks don't let you stick to walls. I tried.
These socks don’t let you stick to walls.
I tried.
Spi-spenders!
Spi-spenders!
This mug features art from the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #68, with art by legendary Spider-Man artist John Romita, Sr.
This mug features art from the cover of The Amazing Spider-Man #68, with art by legendary Spider-Man artist John Romita, Sr.
Issue of The Spectacular Spider-Man #15, 2004.
Issue of The Spectacular Spider-Man #15, 2004.

 

A classic Spider-Man insignia magnet, a Spidey armband, and buttons.
A classic Spider-Man insignia magnet, a Spidey armband, and buttons.

If a box of cool surprises showing up at your doorstep each month sounds awesome to you, click (or swing) on over to SuperHeroStuff.

You can find them at facebook.com/superherostuff.

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3 Comments

  1. August 1, 2015 at 1:37 pm — Reply

    I so want to win this for my younger brother!!! Nice set background set up too, gives me ideas..

  2. August 1, 2015 at 3:00 pm — Reply

    I,d love to win this for my grandson!

  3. Jan N
    August 2, 2015 at 1:36 pm — Reply

    I have always loved spiderman since I was little, I would read my brothers comic books, and now my son loves spiderman too.

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