DC Comics – home to Batman, Superman and other comic book heroes – is launching its own streaming service, and now we know how much it will cost.
DC Universe will set viewers back $8 (£6) a month or $75 (£57) a year when it launches this autumn. It will only launch in the US at first, so there’s no word on a UK price.
Anyone interested can pre-order a subscription at dcuniverse.com.
DC also released a trailer for Titans, its first live-action series for the service. It’s an edgier, more adult version of Teen Titans. It stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson/Batman’s ward Robin, who leads the Titans. His pals? Starfire (Anna Diop), Raven (Teagan Croft) and Beast Boy (Ryan Potter).
DC Universe will offer Batman Beyond from 1999, the animated Justice League series from 2001-2004, Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008-2011), along with comics, Batman: The Animated Series, the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight Batman films and more content featuring DC properties.