Latest 'loot crate' news
Doctor Strange Q-Fig Lurks in November Loot Crate
It's packed with all manner of magical objects, and the closing date to order November's Loot Crate is coming -- but what else is in the box?
Loot Crate recalls Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt that needed a Safety Gem
To the surprise of many of us that believe in the power of the Infinity Gems, Loote Crate is recalling its Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt because of reports from customers …
TOYING AROUND: “Batman v Superman,” Skeletor, Ninja Turtles & More!
Hot Toys unleashes 1/6 and full scale armored Batman collectibles while Ninja Turtles, He-Man, Thundercats and more see a resurgence.
EXCLUSIVE: “Bravest Warriors” Variant Comes to Loot Crate
Loot Crate's latest variant is for BOOM! Studios' "Bravest Warriors: Tales from the Holo John" one-shot. CBR has the first look at the cover art.
The Mayo Report: Where Were DC’s Loot Crate Sales Numbers for December?
John Mayo breaks down the direct market's December sales, noting that the chart didn't include "Batman" #36's Loot Crate print run.
EXCLUSIVE: Loot Crate Delivers “Batman” #36 with New Greg Capullo Variant
DC Comics gets in on the Loot Crate action this month with "Batman" #36 and a new cover illustrated by series artist Greg Capullo.
REPORT: Marvel’s “Star Wars” #1 to Sell Over One Million Copies
An unconfirmed report states that Marvel's "Star Wars" #1 will sell over one million copies, making it the highest-selling issue in 20 years.
“The Walking Dead” #132 Gets October Loot Crate Variant
Skybound has revealed a special "The Walking Dead" #132 loot crate variant by series artist Charlie Adlard.
TOYING AROUND: Batgirl, Deadpool, Game Of Thrones & More!
Sideshow Collectibles unveils a Batgirl statue, Deadpool goes Pop at Funko, and one big "Game of Thrones" figure debuts from Threezero.
Rocket Raccoon’s Loot Crate Adventure, Nick Fury’s Secret History
Axel Alonso talks the "Rocket Raccoon" and "Legendary Star-Lord" launches, the big "Original Sin" revelation and more, in a special Thursday edition.
100K of “Rocket Raccoon” #1’s 300K Orders from Single Source
CBR has learned that of the 300,000 reported orders for July's "Rocket Raccoon" #1, approximately a third came from subscription service Loot Crate.