DC Universe streaming platform to launch next month

In addition to five episodes of DC Daily a week, original series like Titans will run on Fridays, starting on October 12th.

The DC Universe is less than a month away.

"In the Titans, he was kind of a lost character", he continued.

DC Entertainment and Warner Bros.' new streaming service, DC Universe, finally has a release date: Batman Day (September 15). Kevin Smith announced the news on DC Daily, the YouTube series that is replacing DC All-Access. If you subscribe to DC Universe before September 13th for a full year, you'll receive a bonus three months for a total of 15 months for $74.99. DC promises there will be a number of familiar faces hosting the show. Digital comics that will be available include the first appearances of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. "It's always sort of a mandate to look at technology and trends and figure out the best way to deliver content".

Get out your calendars, DC Comics fans: You've got a few dates to save. For those who loved the original series, it certainly checks the boxes of what fans have come to know and love. "That's a very powerful concept". As previously reported, the series centers on Dick Grayson's Robin (played by Brenton Thwaites) as he steps out of Batman's shadow and assembles a motley crew of crimefighters. But at the end of the day the core concept behind the Titans is that they are a bit lost and broken when they start out. "So in that respect I think it's true to the core concept". Titans is a dramatic, live-action adventure series that will explore and celebrate one of the most popular comic book teams ever. "I think that it's a gracious way to tell this story and shows that stories have to evolve and change with the times". The third season, titled Young Justice: Outsiders, will premiere on DC Universe in 2019.

  • Kyle Peterson