The DC Universe online service is on a roll. Last week, the service came to the Xbox One console, giving subscribers more ways to access the thousands of hours of content on the service, and today, DC Universe has expanded its comics library to the ultimate comics library.
In less than a week, DC Universe’s comics library has gone from over 8,500 comics to now over 22,000, and new books will be added constantly on a 12-month rolling cycle. That means new DC Comics hitting stands tomorrow will be available on DC Universe digitally as part of your subscription next April.
For long time fans, this is what we’ve all been waiting for. Instead of a few issues here and there of some of DC Comics’ most iconic runs, now we’ll get them all. This includes all of the heavy hitters like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern and the Flash, and even lesser known characters like Booster Gold, Zatanna, and Bobo, the Detective Chimp (yes, he’s a thing). There are also whole runs of comics based on many of DC Comics-based TV shows and movies, such as Suicide Squad, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Doom Patrol, and Titans, Teen or otherwise.
DC Universe has been a solid online destination for fans of all things DC Comics since it launched in November of 2018, and DC and Warner Bros. have done a great job adding new content regularly. In addition to exclusive shows like Titans and Doom Patrol, and the upcoming Swamp Thing and Stargirl series, DC Universe also offers full seasons of classic live action and animated shows, and a huge selection of films based on DC’s iconic pantheon of heroes. Adding over 12,000 new comic books just makes the service that much better, and truly makes DC Universe a must-have app for comic book fans, and fans of some of the best superheroes in history.