DC’s digital streaming service and inaugural series ‘Titans’ get official release dates.
DC Universe, the upcoming streaming service helmed by DC Comics and Warner Bros. Digital Networks and future home to Titans, Harley Quinn, Stargirl, Swamp Thing, Young Justice: Outsiders and Doom Patrol has received an official release date: September 15th, “Batman Day.”
It’s official! #DCUniverse is launching on September 15th on #BatmanDay! Don’t miss out on the exciting pre-order that gives you 3 months free! Become a member today! https://t.co/BGr6ovlo4B #DCULiveStream
— DC Universe (@TheDCUniverse) August 29, 2018
The Twitter announcement coincided with a livestream from filmmaker/comic book writer Kevin Smith, who revealed that Titans, the service’s first original show, will premiere at New York Comic Con on October 3rd and October 12th on the streaming service itself.
In addition to exclusive DC television series, the service will feature “a curated list of modern and classic digital comics on [DC’s] world-class comic reader,” a daily news program, exclusive merchandise in their member’s only store, an interactive encyclopedia and premium rewards — “like tickets to exclusive events– just for being a member.” DC Universe’s pricing plan: $7.99 a month, or $74.99 for 15 months (the first three months are free for subscribers who pre-order at DCUniverse.com).
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