The first item was a mini Munny, like the one in Loot Crate from February. This is also in the Jr. box, I believe, and I do find it dumb that Nerd Block sends the same things in different crates. They have sent repeat items in Arcade Block and Classic, and they do it all the time with the Jr. box. If they are going to repeat items, they shouldn't constantly try to get people to sign up for all their blocks. I am giving this to Crafty and her kids, because I don't need one of these figures, never mind three.
Also going to Crafty and her kids was the ridiculous package of spider ice cubes and a whoopee cushion. This is also in the Jr. box and I guess it makes sense in there (although I subscribe to the box for girls and I can't imagine I would have wanted these items at any age). I am not sure who the Nerd Block demographic is, but it clearly isn't me because I don't have children and don't want to be treated like a child for liking nerdy TV, movies, etc. I also don't want dollar store items made in China that end up being more trash for no reason. I can't imagine that most people would not prefer fewer items but better quality overall.
There was a Guardians of the Galaxy magnet and a set of nesting dolls. We will keep these because although we didn't like the movie, my husband thought the comic was okay as a kid and he also has a hard time throwing anything comics-related away.
Finally, moving on to the Simon Pegg items, which were good, there was a book and a shirt. Nerd Block seems pretty excited to send us books now, and that would be great (I do love reading) except all the books seem to be remainder items that are at least a few years old. I actually don't own any of Simon Pegg's books (to be honest, I didn't even know he wrote any because I'm only a sort of a fan. I loved Shaun of the Dead and that was about it, although my husband liked Hot Fuzz a lot, too). I am looking forward to reading this, but this was the best item in the box and I feel like it's probably not worth $30.