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This Month’s Comic Bento Theme, “As Seen on TV,” and a Back to School Sale

Comic Bento is a mystery box geared towards comic fans delivering graphic novels and trade paperbacks in themed boxes each month. This month’s theme is “As Seen on TV.” Guesses as to what’s inside?

comic-bento-as-seen-on-tvAlso, Comic Bento for the first time ever is running a back to school sale with 20% to 30% off!

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Unboxing: Comic Bento “They Robots”

Comic Bento is a monthly service that for $20 (plus shipping) delivers at least $50 worth of comics to your door step. Each month holds a theme, with July’s being “They Robots.”

This month features trades from Dynamite, Titan Comics, Oni Press, and Aspen Comics.

You can sign up for the service. By using this affiliate link a portion goes to us, and supports our site.

 

 

Comic Bento provided Graphic Policy with this box for FREE for review

Comic Bento’s July Theme is They.Robots

They are in our homes, our cars and even our phones! Comic Bento brings you tales of robotic heroism, terror and more! You have until 11:59pm EST on July 15th to get this cybernetic collection! Subscribe today.

 

 

 

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Comic Bento Reveals Its May Theme

Comic Bento is a great service where you get a themed box of graphic novels and trade paperbacks each month. The service has announced this month’s theme is “Rewriting History.”

Don’t forget, to get the May 2016 Comic Bento box, you need to be an active subscriber by May 15th at 11:59pm EST!

 

 

 

 

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Comic Bento’s $10 Black Friday Sale

It’s BLACK FRIDAY all over the place and the Comic Bento Shop is no exception!

Did you miss a past Bento? Are you looking for a fun gift for under the tree? Look no further than the Comic Bento Shop!

The sale is in effect until 11:59pm EST Monday, Nov 30th and supplies are limited, so act fast!

You can also subscribe to Comic Bento and not miss a box!

Comic Bento Black Friday

 

 

 

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Review: Comic Bento September 2015

Comic Bento is a subscription mystery box service from Blind Ferret that’ll run you from $20 (or less depending on how many you sign up for) plus shipping, with a different theme each month to give you an idea of what to expect. I had been eyeing it up for awhile, and from what I could see, the value always seemed to be pretty high, even if some of the books included weren’t always to my taste, but for one reason or another (namely other subscription boxes), I had never taken the plunge. Since I decided that the other box wasn’t right for me, I finally ended up with a Comic Bento.

So how does the box stack up?

Brilliantly.

Shipping on a monthly schedule with a different theme with each box, Comic Bento will set you back about $20 (for the standard month, but longer subscriptions are available at a lower cost per box) plus shipping costs (just over $12 to Canada, $5 to the US), which really isn’t too bad. Now, obviously, the type of graphic novels you receive may not all be your cup of tea, or you may love each and every one in the box. That being said, however, the value of getting four or five books for $20 or less before shipping is hard to argue with. The theme for September was “Fight The Fight,” and while I had initially expected some form of wrestling, boxing, or street fighting comic included, what we ended up wasn’t exactly what I expected.

So, what I’m sure you’re all wondering is what was in the box?IMG_2959
Included this month, along with a handy dandy card to give you all the info about the comics are, with all prices are listed in US dollars:

Daredevil: Season One Hardcover (Marvel) $24.99

X-O Manowar: Enter Ninjak (Valiant) $14.99

Superman/Batman: Vengeance (DC) $12.99

Executive Assistants: Hit List Agenda (Aspen) $19.99

Highlander: Armageddon (Dynamite) $11.99

The total value, based on the prices listed on the back, comes in at $84.95. Not too shabby for a $25 – $32 box, eh?

How do those fit into the Fight The Fight theme? The included card gives the reasons for selection because of the non stop action in the stories, from the son of a boxer in Daredevil, to the ninja verses alien technology in X-O Manowar, and the all out super powered brawling in Superman/Batman there is little doubt of the action prevalent within this collection.

When it comes to the graphic novels within the box, I’m super excited for the Valiant offering, which if you’ve read any of the reviews I’ve written lately should come as no surprise, and I cannot wait to delve into the X-O Manowar collection here which promises an epic confrontation between X-O Manowar and NinjakDaredevil is a character that’s been getting a lot more publicity lately because of the fantastic Netflix series (watch it if you haven’t – it’s awesome), so I’m looking forward to cracking into this hard cover. The Superman/Batman collection is one that I already own in single issue format, but since I’ve been hankering to read about Batzarro again, this is a pleasant surprise. I know almost nothing about Executive Assistants, but the premise looks fantastic, and while it isn’t something I’d have picked up normally, I’m looking forward to reading it. Highlander was a bonus comic this month, apparantly, and I’m intrigued by it; I loved the first movie, but little else since then, so we’ll see how it turns out.

If you’re looking to read full stories, or at least a full graphic novel or four each month rather than single issue comic books from your subscription mystery box, then Comic Bento is definitely something you should check out. The deadline to sign up for each box is around the middle of the month (the 15th), and the theme for October is Masks. If you want to check out Comic Bento, click here and use promobento5 to save $5 on the single month, or promobento10 for $10 off the next level up.


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Unboxing: Comic Bento’s August Explosive Box

Comic Bento is a monthly service that for $20 (plus shipping) delivers about 4lbs of comics to your door step. Each month holds a theme, with August’s being Explosive.

This month features $85 worth of Dynamite Entertainment trades. Check out the video for all the books.

You can sign up for the service now. By using this affiliate link a portion goes to us, and helps support our site.

 

 

 

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Comic Bento’s August Box Is just about here!

comic bento explosionsWant to get a mystery box of comics delivered to your doorstep every month? Comic Bento is here to help you with that. The service is among the dozen geared towards geeks, this one delivering graphic novels right to your mailbox.

The deadline for August’s box is almost here! If you, or someone you know, don’t have an active subscription, you’ve got until August 15th to sign up or re-activate!

What will you get for that? Well, as always, $50+ worth of great graphic novels shipped right to your door! The theme this month is EXPLOSIONS and it’s going to be Michael Bay big!

 

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