DC Universe adds DC’s full library of digital comics in April

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Great news for non-Australians.

The DC Universe subscription service will add DC’s full library of digital comics in April, DC Comics recently confirmed.

During a panel at WonderCon, DC confirmed that all comics from its 80-year strong library will be added to DC Universe. There’s a small catch though — all comics must be more than one year old before being added to the digital service. That said, the announcement is still impressive, considering the sheer amount of titles you will soon be able to read through. What’s one year?

Previously, DC offered a “curated” selection of comics from its library.

In addition to the digital comics library, DC Universe also allows members to stream a wealth of DC-related TV and movies. Then next DC Universe original to head to the service is the live-action Swamp Thing TV series on 31 May. An animated Harley Quinn TV series will follow alongside the second season of Titans.

Sadly, the DC Universe service isn’t available to Australians… at least, not to those without a VPN. While we wait for proper support, shows like Titans are available here through Netflix.