Bar Codes For DC Comics 3D Covers – In Case Yours Have Melted (UPDATE)

There have been a few problems with the DC Villains Month 3D covers.

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No, not just the ones that have melted in the car.

But problems with the bar codes being read through the lenticular sheen. If you are a retailer in trouble, here is a handy dandy guide to what the barcodes should be. Just print them out, keep them by the till and problem solved!

UPDATE: Barcodes fixed, sorry about that…

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