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    Is this just for the US?

    I wonder if they would expand overseas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinsanity View Post
    Is this just for the US?

    I wonder if they would expand overseas.
    To begin with, yes. I would assume that it going international would depend on popularity of the service at launch in the USA and also any deals other international country streaming services have with DC properties. In the UK Netflix has Gotham, Sky has Flash and Amazon has a lot of other stuff. DC might have to wait until contracts in some countries are up.

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    This according to Gamespot is the lineup of movies, shows and comics which will be available at launch (alongside the planned original shows...)

    Original Series

    Titans
    Doom Patrol (2019)
    Swamp Thing (2019)
    Young Justice: Outsiders (Animated) (2019)
    Harley Quinn (Animated) (2019)

    Classic Movies & TV Shows

    Superman (I-IV)
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    Batman Ninja
    Birds of Prey
    The Flash (1990)
    Teen Titans
    Super Friends
    Legion of Superheroes
    Young Justice
    Static Shock
    Lois & Clark
    Constantine (2014)
    Adventures of Superman
    Max Fleischer’s Superman Serials
    Superboy
    Batman; The Animated Series
    Wonder Woman ‘77

    Animated Movies

    All Star Superman
    Batman vs. Robin
    Batman: Year One
    Batman Beyond: The Return of Joker
    Green Lantern: First Flight
    Gotham by Gaslight
    Justice League: Doom
    Justice League vs. Teen Titans
    Superman: Doomsday
    Wonder Woman

    Comic Book Series

    52 (2006)
    Action Comics (1938)
    Adventure Comics (1958)
    Aquaman (2011)
    Batman (2002)
    Cyborg (2015)
    Deathstroke (2014)
    Detective Comics (1939)
    Green Arrow: Year One (2007)
    Green Lantern (2011)
    Harley Quinn (2013)
    JLA (1997)
    Justice League (2011)
    My Greatest Adventure (1963)
    Suicide Squad (2011)
    Superman/Batman (2004)
    Swamp Thing (1972)
    Teen Titans (1965)
    The Flash (2011)
    Wonder Woman (2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Metaltron View Post
    This according to Gamespot is the lineup of movies, shows and comics which will be available at launch (alongside the planned original shows...)

    Original Series

    Titans
    Doom Patrol (2019)
    Swamp Thing (2019)
    Young Justice: Outsiders (Animated) (2019)
    Harley Quinn (Animated) (2019)

    Classic Movies & TV Shows

    Superman (I-IV)
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    Batman Ninja
    Birds of Prey
    The Flash (1990)
    Teen Titans
    Super Friends
    Legion of Superheroes
    Young Justice
    Static Shock
    Lois & Clark
    Constantine (2014)
    Adventures of Superman
    Max Fleischer’s Superman Serials
    Superboy
    Batman; The Animated Series
    Wonder Woman ‘77

    Animated Movies

    All Star Superman
    Batman vs. Robin
    Batman: Year One
    Batman Beyond: The Return of Joker
    Green Lantern: First Flight
    Gotham by Gaslight
    Justice League: Doom
    Justice League vs. Teen Titans
    Superman: Doomsday
    Wonder Woman

    Comic Book Series

    52 (2006)
    Action Comics (1938)
    Adventure Comics (1958)
    Aquaman (2011)
    Batman (2002)
    Cyborg (2015)
    Deathstroke (2014)
    Detective Comics (1939)
    Green Arrow: Year One (2007)
    Green Lantern (2011)
    Harley Quinn (2013)
    JLA (1997)
    Justice League (2011)
    My Greatest Adventure (1963)
    Suicide Squad (2011)
    Superman/Batman (2004)
    Swamp Thing (1972)
    Teen Titans (1965)
    The Flash (2011)
    Wonder Woman (2011)
    Wait you can even read comics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Metaltron View Post
    This according to Gamespot is the lineup of movies, shows and comics which will be available at launch (alongside the planned original shows...)

    Original Series

    Titans
    Doom Patrol (2019)
    Swamp Thing (2019)
    Young Justice: Outsiders (Animated) (2019)
    Harley Quinn (Animated) (2019)

    Classic Movies & TV Shows

    Superman (I-IV)
    Batman Begins
    The Dark Knight
    Batman Ninja
    Birds of Prey
    The Flash (1990)
    Teen Titans
    Super Friends
    Legion of Superheroes
    Young Justice
    Static Shock
    Lois & Clark
    Constantine (2014)
    Adventures of Superman
    Max Fleischer’s Superman Serials
    Superboy
    Batman; The Animated Series
    Wonder Woman ‘77

    Animated Movies

    All Star Superman
    Batman vs. Robin
    Batman: Year One
    Batman Beyond: The Return of Joker
    Green Lantern: First Flight
    Gotham by Gaslight
    Justice League: Doom
    Justice League vs. Teen Titans
    Superman: Doomsday
    Wonder Woman

    Comic Book Series

    52 (2006)
    Action Comics (1938)
    Adventure Comics (1958)
    Aquaman (2011)
    Batman (2002)
    Cyborg (2015)
    Deathstroke (2014)
    Detective Comics (1939)
    Green Arrow: Year One (2007)
    Green Lantern (2011)
    Harley Quinn (2013)
    JLA (1997)
    Justice League (2011)
    My Greatest Adventure (1963)
    Suicide Squad (2011)
    Superman/Batman (2004)
    Swamp Thing (1972)
    Teen Titans (1965)
    The Flash (2011)
    Wonder Woman (2011)
    essentially its like crunchy roll but with just DC properties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rac7d* View Post
    essentially its like crunchy roll but with just DC properties
    I don’t know if that has manga as well as shows and movies, but sure. I also debate if that’s the final list for comics as pictures have suggested a lot more. What we know won’t be available at launch and possibly not for a while are the Arrowverse shows and the DCEU movies. Jury’s still out on Gotham or Batman ‘66 or any of the Vertigo shows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime View Post
    Wait you can even read comics?
    Yup! The service will include comics, movies, tv shows, character profiles/bios and an interactive fan forum. I just hope the environment on the forum isn't as bad as the old DC message boards tho.
    Done with DC. Can't handle the constant whiplash! Time to go on a hiatus!

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    I think there might be more on there too? In the promo they showed Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series and the Justice League animated series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zudomon View Post
    I think there might be more on there too? In the promo they showed Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series and the Justice League animated series.
    Yeah, it would be strange to offer fans the chance to buy exclusive Justice League toys and not have the animated series actually on there. Batman TAS in HD is awesome enough though.

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    Glad Fleischer Superman is finally getting some revived exposure. LoSH being included is a neat little surprise too.

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    Initial Reaction When Following the Link:

    "There is a heck of a lot of Batman on the front page. DC should go ahead and change it's name to Bat-Verse and be done with it. ESSH

    This would be the perfect opportunity to market more characters initially instead of as side offers. However, DC seems way to content in banking in on their prize horse. SHM."
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    No shazam cartoon or live action? Swamp thing movies, cartoon or live action, Spy smasher or krypto?

    No superman or batman serials? No legend of the superheroes or wildcats cartoon? No dc supergirls for the girl viewers? No dc nation shorts or the motion movies like batman black in white? No fox and the crow cartoon? No batman beyond, zeta project or beware the batman? No ruby spears superman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post
    No shazam cartoon or live action? Swamp thing movies, cartoon or live action, Spy smasher or krypto?

    No superman or batman serials? No legend of the superheroes or wildcats cartoon? No dc supergirls for the girl viewers? No dc nation shorts or the motion movies like batman black in white? No fox and the crow cartoon? No batman beyond, zeta project or beware the batman? No ruby spears superman?
    Most of them will gradually be added. This is just what will be available immediately upon launch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonsChi View Post
    Initial Reaction When Following the Link:

    "There is a heck of a lot of Batman on the front page. DC should go ahead and change it's name to Bat-Verse and be done with it. ESSH

    This would be the perfect opportunity to market more characters initially instead of as side offers. However, DC seems way to content in banking in on their prize horse. SHM."
    Well, if that Gamestop leaking of the content is accurate, then there will be plenty of non-Batman stuff available .

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    DC Streaming Service Subscription Price Officially Revealed

    With San Diego Comic-Con now upon us, DC Entertainment has officially revealed the subscription price for its highly-anticipated streaming service.

    DC fans based in the United States can now pre-order the streaming service for the yearly membership fee of $74.99, with the monthly subscription coming in at $7.99. Those who pre-order between July 19 (9:30 a.m. PT) to July 22 (5 p.m. PT) will have the chance to win two tickets to the U.S. premiere of Warner Bros. and DC’s Aquaman movie, which opens this December.

    If that’s not enough, DC is also offering three months of the streaming service for free for those who sign up for a yearly membership before its launch this fall. The company has yet to announce the streaming service’s launch date.

    In addition to the original content available exclusively on DC Universe, the service will also provide classic DC shows and films including Batman Begins, the Christopher Reeve Superman films, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Batman: The Animated Series, Super Friends, and the recently released animated films.

    The service will also provide “a curated selection of thousands of DC comics,” including 938’s Action Comics No. 1 – in which Superman made his debut – through the recent relaunches of Justice League, Swamp Things and Harley Quinn. The titles will be accessible on multiple platforms, although the selection of available comics will change from time to time.

    DC Universe is scheduled to launch in beta mode in August, with a full rollout set for later this year.

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