SDCC 2018: DC Universe Announces Pricing Info; Releases Trailer
by Erik Amaya
As Comic-Con International: San Diego begins, DC Universe finally unveiled key details of its up coming streaming service. Namely: pricing and availability. Set to debut in the fall, DC Universe will cost $7.99 a month for fans to access exclusive new series like Titans and Harley Quinn, and the vast DC library of films, television shows and comic books.
Fans can also preorder the service starting today for at DCUniverse.com for the yearly membership fee of $74.99. Those who do so before launch will also earn an additional three months of DC Universe for free and those who preorder during Comic-Con will be entered in the Aquaman Premiere Sweepstakes for a chance to win two tickets to the U.S. premiere of Aquaman in December.
Additionally, DC Universe and Warner Bros. Television released a first-look at the upcoming exclusive original series Titans. The program will debut on the digital service in the fall of 2018.
Meanwhile, the DC library will also include the animated series Batman Beyond, Justice League and Batman: The Brave and the Bold at launch while the new season of Young Justice, the animated Harley Quinn series and the live action Doom Patrol are schedule to join DC Universe in 2019.