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Tiny DC Comics in a Tiny Comic Book Rack Are Adorable

Tiny DC Comics in a Tiny Comic Book Rack Are Adorable

Can’t get your hands on that full-sized Action Comics #1? Now you can have an itsy bitsy version of it (at least the cover) and a ton of other famous DC titles from Cryptozoic Entertainment.

All your teeny little comics can be displayed on an equally teeny comic book rack. It’s adorable! The DC Comics Miniature Comic Tiles Loaded Retail Display will hold 40 miniature comic book titles featuring iconic covers and important issues with “16 exclusive to retail displays.” Even cooler? You can get the comics individually and and each of them have retro-style advertisements on the back cover. The DC Comics Replica Comic Book Spinner Rack will let you display them all in an old-timey way.

Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait to drool over the comic book cuteness a little longer. This piece of awesome isn’t going to be available until December 28, 2016. It’s a little hard to tell from the ad, but it appears that the rack is retailing for $3 and the comics are separate. No word yet on how much those are, so you may be shelling out a lot for some reading material for all your favorite action figures. Your new Wonder Woman figure reading her very own comic book, so meta.

From what we can see, we’re getting Justice League of America, Action Comics, Aquaman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Atom, Swamp thing and Detective Comics. Now, if only you could actually open them.

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You’re making squeeing sounds only a dog can hear, aren’t you? You want this with every fiber of your being. You’re going to lock this in a display case so your friends’ kids can’t get their grubby, sticky little paws on it. Get in line. Tweet me/us @JennaBusch/@Nerdist and let us know how many times you said “aww.”

HT: Previews World, Gizmodo

Image credit: Previews World

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