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After the cool things experienced in last months (and the first ever) Justice ZBOX, I became settled with the kind of quality I should expect in future boxes. The Justice box was pretty good and the guardians box was not bad, but Zavvi have most certainly set a new bar with their latest Cosmic box. The box came absolutely jam packed full of fantastic nerd things to salivate over. Multiple times.

Upon first opening the box I was greeted by the most beautiful site I had seen in recent times. A Dancing Groot Pop! Figure was laid down smiling at me, and since I had contemplated buying it multiple times previously it was a definite sign of things to come. Dig a little deeper and we find a Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver keyring, a Transformer figure and like last month a pack of sweets for the sweet tooths out there.

Already, the box sounds like it contains a fair amount, but hold you horses, it’s not over yet. All that has been stated so far just scratches the surface. Looking further we find an exclusive Terminator card holder which I already regret opening, an X-Men: Days of Futures Past phone wallet, and a Marvel Star Wars comic on top of the monthly ZBOX magazine. And lest we forget to mention the insanely cool, in the geekiest way possible, Star Wars T-Shirt.

As you can see below, the Cosmic Box has been a major success, and hopefully shows that Zavvi seems to now know exactly what it’s doing. Next month’s theme is the Undead, of which I have incredibly high hopes for.

All of these wonderful goodies come packaged in a perfect little black box, which always contains awesome art (see article wallpaper). At the very bottom of the box you can find some cool text, which in this case is taken from Halo. Moving forward this shall be shown at the end of each post.

 

“A hero need not speak. When he is gone, the world will speak for him”

 

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Owen Hibbert

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