DC Universe To Launch September 15th, Titans Debuts On Oct. 12th

Today, DC Comics held a livestream featuring Kevin Smith as he broke down updates about the upcoming streaming service from the publisher called DC Universe. This is a service that will feature loads of DC Comics shows, movies, TV series and more, along with all-new content and scores of comic books that you can read for only $7.99 a month.

And now, via the livestream, we know when DC Universe will launch. Quite appropriately, it’ll arrive on Batman Day, September 15th.

Furthermore, Titans, one of the all-new shows coming strictly to the service has gotten a release date of October 12th. The first episode will debut on that day, and the rest of the season will come week by week, making it more like a regular TV show and not like Netflix. Some new posters featuring the cast have been shown online:

Finally, Young Justice got a new clip, and it was revealed to be coming in January of 2019, so they’ll be kicking off the new year with a bang for sure. You can check out the clip from Young Justice: Outsiders, below, and listen closely for the “debut” of a fan-favorite character.

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