The DC Universe Streaming Service Is Priced to Take on Netflix

Lawrence Kim
July 21, 2018

In brief: The on-demand video streaming market's growth has attracted entertainment giants of all stripes, and DC Comics is one of them. The subscription service is expected to offer access to the show, along with other DC content, including comics. This might initially seem quite expensive but when compared to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime it's actually competitively priced. Premiering on their DC Universe streaming service, the series focuses on Robin, Raven, Starfire, Beast Boy, Hawk and Dove as they navigate the trials of being young superheroes. Indeed, the industry's growth has been so explosive that even Walmart is considering getting in on the action.

Titans is a series about different characters that are all lost in their lives.

But it wouldn't be a DC service without comics.

On the movie and TV show side of things, some of the exclusives you'll find on DC Universe include the live-action Titans series, Doom Patrol, Swap Thing, and the animated Young Justice: Outsiders and Harley Quinn. Today, that service, dubbed DC Universe, has finally been unveiled. "Or, at launch time, monthly memberships will be available for $7.99". Those who pre-order now can receive the service for the first three months free, and as a special incentive, those who pre-order between today and Sunday, July 22nd, will be entered into a sweepstakes to attend the U.S. premier of Aquaman in December.

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