Cryptozoic pumps it up with collectible DC high heels

Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Supergirl and more inspire line of ‘DC Pumps.’

Cryptozoic Entertainment is releasing a line of collectible shoes inspired by “the costumes, props, and personalities of DC’s favorite female heroes and villains.”

The “Pumps” line will include nine 2.25-inch vinyl figures of miniature high-heeled shoes — each with its own “blind reveal” shoebox — finished with pearlescent, metallic and/or glitter paint. The shoes included in wave one are Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Supergirl, Catwoman, Batgirl, Hawkgirl, Poison Ivy, Mera and Black Canary.

DC Pumps will be available at retailers this month for a suggested retail price of $9.99 each. You can see them “in action” in this unboxing video.

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Hey kids, mini comic spinner rack coming soon from Cryptozoic Entertainment

Images from Toy Fair beg the question: where can I buy a recreation of a vintage spinner rack that holds real comics?

I’m curious if anyone has ever done this before: per a report at Action Figure Insider, Cryptozoic Entertainment is showing off a cool miniature recreation of a vintage comic book spinner rack, complete with faux minicomics from DC Comics. Check out the image:


Now, in this case, it only holds the smaller “comics” it comes with and can be bought in blind bags — per the report, they’re just for display purposes and can’t actually be open and read. It’s still pretty cool, but it kind of makes you wonder why no one* is making actual spinner racks that fans could buy and use to display their creations. I know you can buy the modern equivalent, which aren’t really aimed at the consumer market, and classic comic racks show up on eBay, but why isn’t someone making recreations of comic spinner racks that hold real comics? Someone should get on that, pronto.

*I could be wrong that no one has ever done this, and would actually be happy to be proven wrong if it means they’re available somewhere.