DC Universe has arrived – but what is it, and why should fans of DC comics, TV shows, and films be excited?
We’ve seen a wave of streaming services based on individual channels or network families, from HBO Now to CBS All Access and even ESPN+, but soon we’ll be seeing more content and company-centric offerings – Disney’s long-teased streaming service that will arrive on November 12, 2019, packing exclusive Star Wars shows and more, is a prime example.
DC has now officially launched its own subscription-based service for fans of the legendary comic book company, and this one has a twist: it’s not only a streaming video service for movies and TV shows based on their comics, but also a comic-reading app along the lines of Marvel Unlimited or comiXology Unlimited. Here’s what you need to know about it.
[Updated: DC Universe will be available on the Xbox One family of devices starting in April 2019. The service will roll out starting on April 15, around the same time as the premier of Justice League vs. The Fatal Five. Like other platforms, DC Universe on Xbox One will cost you $7.99 per month or $74.99 per year, …read more