Loot Crate Ensures Plenty Of Baby Groot Chia Pets Will Be Given For Christmas

Loot Crate does seem to be up and running after its brief bankruptcy-and-firing episode earlier in the year. So much so that people who applied for – and received – a refund for crates they had ordered seem to be receiving them anyway, whether they paid for them or not.  Is this an overly generous spirit from the new Loot Company or is it just not aligning their databases correctly? No idea. But for now, people seem to (mostly) be getting what they order and (mostly) when they order it, and there wasn't even that much of a fuss over the Hydra regalia. And sometimes even when they don't. And while there are some gripes and groans and people not wishing to be bitten twice, sometimes all it needs to bring people back to the monthly geek subscription ways, of which Loot Crate used to be king is…

Loot Crate Adds Groot Chia Pet to December Crate

A Baby Groot Chia Pet. Part of the CHILL theme for December. And talking of people put on ice…

Loot Crate Adds Groot Chia Pet to December Crate

… subscribers will also get something else from Marvel (possibly Winter Soldier-based), Lost In Space and Die Hard. While for the pricier DX crate… with the theme ChillDX …

Loot Crate Adds Groot Chia Pet to December Crate

There's something Skyrim related, something also from Lost In Space and from DC Comics….

Loot Crate Adds Groot Chia Pet to December Crate

…a Mr Freeze Sleep Mask? Um, okay… Those willing to gamble their week's comics money can click here and use the code BLEEDINGCOOL for added discount (if it still works). And good luck…

About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.

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