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See What’s Coming to DC Universe Infinite this April

DC Universe Infinite

DC has revealed all the new comics coming to DC Universe Infinite beginning this April. DC Universe Infinite is the publisher’s digital comic platform that delivers an all-you-can-read experience.

See what you’ll be able to soon!

Comics Arriving Week of 4/5

  • Batman/Superman Annual 1
  • Batman: The Joker War Zone 1
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Multiverse’s End 1
  • Justice League Annual 2
  • Legion of Super-Heroes 9
  • Red Hood: Outlaw 49
  • Wonder Woman 763
  • John Constantine: Hellblazer 10
  • Harley Quinn & the Birds of Prey 3
  • Batman: Curse of the White Knight 1
  • Wonder Woman 1984 (Direct Market) 1
  • Justice League of America (1960-1987) 160
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 45
  • Breach (2005-2006) 1
  • Blood Syndicate (1993-1996) 3
  • Icon (1993-1997) 8
  • Action Comics (1938-2011) 661
  • Injustice: Year Zero 14
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 23
  • Batman: The Adventures Continue 17

Comics Arriving Week of 4/12

  • Challenge of the Super Sons 4
  • American Vampire 1976 1
  • Batman 100
  • DCeased: Dead Planet 4
  • Justice League 54
  • The Dreaming: Waking Hours 3
  • Young Justice 19
  • Far Sector 8
  • Legend of the Swamp Thing Halloween Spectacular 1
  • Action Comics (1938-2011) 341
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 46
  • Breach (2005-2006) 2
  • Static (1993-1997) 9
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 9
  • Let Them Live! 6
  • Truth and Justice 1
  • Sensational Wonder Woman 1

Comics Arriving Week of 4/19

  • Challenge of the Super Sons 5
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal 4
  • DC The Doomed and the Damned 1
  • Detective Comics 1028
  • Rorschach 1
  • Superman 26
  • The Batman’s Grave 11
  • The Green Lantern Season Two 8
  • Wonder Woman 764
  • Batman & the Outsiders 17
  • Hawkman 28
  • Justice League Odyssey 25
  • The Flash 763
  • Strange Adventures 6
  • Action Comics (1938-2011) 343
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 47
  • Breach (2005-2006) 3
  • Blood Syndicate (1993-1996) 4
  • Icon (1993-1997) 9
  • Truth and Justice 2
  • Sensational Wonder Woman 2

Comics Arriving Week of 4/26

  • Challenge of the Super Sons 6
  • Batman 101
  • Catwoman 26
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Robin King 1
  • Justice League 55
  • Metal Men 11
  • Nightwing 75
  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 106
  • Teen Titans 46
  • Aquaman 64
  • Action Comics (1938-2011) 351
  • Batman (1940-2011) 208
  • Breach (2005-2006) 4
  • Static (1993-1997) 10
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 10
  • Truth and Justice 3
  • Sensational Wonder Woman 3

See What’s coming to DC Universe Infinite in March

DC Universe Infinite

DC Universe Infinite is expanding with even more digital comics being add in March 2021. Subscribers will also get early access to pre-order DC’s limited edition Zack Snyder Justice League Funko Pop! four-pack collection. It’s exclusive to the DC Shop.

In March, DC is launching the DC Book Club. The reading event will happen on DC’s on-platform Community and fans can dive deeper into the comics they love and connect with other members of the community. Each month’s DC Book Club event will feature limited-time free-to-read titles on DC Universe Infinite, exclusive perks, and copper-to-copper connections with special guest talent. Stay tuned for all the details!

And then light up the Bat-Signal, because Detective Comics #1027 arrives on DC Universe Infinite on March 23! In honor of Batman’s first appearance in Detective Comics #27, this special, oversized celebration brings the biggest names in comics to DC Universe Infinite as they chronicle the most epic Batman adventures Gotham City and the DC Universe have ever seen!

Fans eager to read more of DC’s Milestone (Dakota) Universe will get more issues of Static, Hardware, and Icon in March, as well as the chance to read Blood Syndicate #1 and #2. There’s something new to discover every week!

And, every week in March has new chapters of “The Joker War” in issues of Batman, Nightwing, Detective Comics, Batgirl, Catwoman, and Red Hood: Outlaw.

All this and more will be available to read on DC Universe Infinite beginning this March:

Week of 3/1

Hellblazer: Rise and Fall 1
  • Let Them Live! 3
  • Batman (1940-2011) 207
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 40
  • Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 111
  • Static (1993-1997) 6
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 6
  • Batman/Superman 11
  • Detective Comics 1026—tie-in to “The Joker War”
  • Legion of Super-Heroes 8
  • Red Hood: Outlaw 48—tie-in to “The Joker War
  • Teen Titans Annual 2
  • The Last God 8
  • Wonder Woman 761
  • Action Comics 1024
  • Amethyst 5
  • Batman Beyond 46
  • John Constantine: Hellblazer 9
  • Justice League Dark 25
  • Plunge 6
  • Suicide Squad 8
  • The Flash 760
  • The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage 4
  • Injustice: Year Zero 11
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 18
  • Batman: Gotham Nights 22
  • DCeased: Hope at World’s End 15

Week of 3/8

Blood Syndicate #1
  • Batman (1940-2011) 233
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 41
  • Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 113
  • Blood Syndicate (1993-1996) 1
  • Icon (1993-1997) 6
  • Batgirl 48—tie-in to “The Joker War
  • Batman 98—”The Joker War” part four!
  • DCeased: Dead Planet 3
  • Hellblazer: Rise and Fall 1
  • Justice League 52
  • Strange Adventures 5
  • The Dreaming: Waking Hours 2
  • Young Justice 18
  • Shazam! 14
  • The Terrifics 30
  • Injustice: Year Zero 12
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 19

Week of 3/15

  • Let Them Live! 4
  • Detective Comics (1937-2011) 111
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 42
  • Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 123
  • Static (1993-1997) 7
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 7
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Trinity Crisis 1
  • Nightwing 74—tie-in to “The Joker War
  • Superman 25
  • The Green Lantern Season Two 7
  • Wonder Woman 762
  • Batman & the Outsiders 16
  • Hawkman 27
  • Justice League Odyssey 24
  • The Flash 761
  • Wonder Woman 1984 Museum Mayhem 1
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 20
  • Batman: The Adventures Continue 15

Week of 3/22

Icon #5
  • Challenge of the Super Sons 1
  • Justice League of America (1960-1987) 112
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 43
  • Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 143
  • Blood Syndicate (1993-1996) 2
  • Icon (1993-1997) 7
  • Batman 99—”The Joker War” part 5!
  • Catwoman 25—tie-in to “The Joker War
  • Detective Comics 1027
  • Justice League 53—“Doom Metal” part one of five
  • Metal Men 10
  • Teen Titans 45
  • The Batman’s Grave 10
  • Raised By Wolves 1
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 21
  • Batman: The Adventures Continue 16

Week of 3/29

  • Challenge of the Super Sons 2
  • Let Them Live! 5
  • Harley Quinn Black + White + Red 15
  • Harley Quinn Black + White + Red 16
  • Harley Quinn Black + White + Red 17
  • Justice League of America (1960-1987) 159
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 44
  • Wonder Woman (1942-1986) 198
  • Static (1993-1997) 8
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 8
  • Batgirl 49—tie-in to “The Joker War
  • Batman/Superman 12
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Speed Metal 1
  • Justice League Dark 26
  • Shazam! 15
  • The Last God 9
  • Action Comics 1025
  • Batman Beyond 47
  • Suicide Squad 9
  • The Flash 762
  • Aquaman 63
  • Injustice: Year Zero 13

DC Universe Infinite Expands in February

DC Universe Infinite

DC has revealed the new comics coming to DC Universe Infinite during February. The month has seen the platform’s first original series with Let Them Live! The first two issues are available this month. Check out those two issues and what else is new to read.

  • Let Them Live! #1 — a Suicide Squad story by Jim Zub, Tradd Moore, Felipe Sobreiro and Nate Piekos — debuting 2/2 with a frame story by Elliott Kalan, Mike Norton and Marissa Louise.
  • Let Them Live! #2 — a Nightwing story by Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing, Jorge Corona, Mat Lopes and Carlos M. Mangual — debuting 2/16 with a frame story by Elliott Kalan, Mike Norton and Marissa Louise.

February 2

  • Batman/Superman 10
  • DC Cybernetic Summer 1
  • Legion of Super-Heroes 7
  • Red Hood: Outlaw 47
  • Suicide Squad 7
  • Wonder Woman 759
  • John Constantine: Hellblazer 8
  • Plunge 5
  • Batman: Gotham Nights 20
  • Batman (1940-2011) 202
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 36
  • Static (1993-1997) 2
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 2
  • Icon (1993-1997) 2

February 9

  • Batman 96
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Legends of the Dark Knights 1
  • DCeased: Dead Planet 2
  • Justice League 50
  • Strange Adventures 4
  • The Dreaming: Waking Hours 1
  • Far Sector 7
  • Young Justice 17
  • The Terrifics 29
  • DCeased: Hope at World’s End 13
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 15
  • Superman: Man of Tomorrow            19
  • Batman (1940-2011) 204
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 37
  • Static (1993-1997) 3
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 3
  • Icon (1993-1997) 3

February 16

  • Dark Nights: Death Metal 3
  • Detective Comics 1025
  • The Batman’s Grave 9
  • The Green Lantern Season Two 6
  • Wonder Woman 760
  • Batman & the Outsiders 15
  • Hawkman 26
  • Justice League Odyssey 23
  • Superman 24
  • The Flash 759
  • Injustice: Year Zero 10
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 16
  • Batman: Gotham Nights 21
  • Batman (1940-2011) 205
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 38
  • Static (1993-1997) 4
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 4
  • Icon (1993-1997) 4

February 23

  • Batman 97
  • Dark Nights: Death Metal Guidebook 1
  • Justice League 51
  • Metal Men 9
  • Nightwing 73
  • Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? 105
  • Teen Titans 44
  • Wonder Woman Annual (Rebirth) 4
  • Aquaman 62
  • Catwoman 24
  • Harley Quinn 75
  • DCeased: Hope at World’s End 14
  • Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace 17
  • Superman: Man of Tomorrow 20
  • Batman (1940-2011) 206
  • Super Friends (1976-1981) 39
  • Static (1993-1997) 5
  • Hardware (1993-1997) 5
  • Icon (1993-1997) 5

Review: Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1

Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1

Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1 kicks off a new DC digital series, this one a current exclusive to the new DC Universe Infinite digital app. The series is pretty straightforward and something many have wanted for a long time. It’s a digital series that will release comics that have been on the shelf for a long time.

Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1 kicks off with a story from writer Jim Zub and artist Tradd Moore featuring the Suicide Squad. The story, “Twenty-Minute Marathon” was Zub’s first script for the big two and done in 2011.

Zub and Moore deliver a simple Suicide Squad as they go on a mission to take out a target on behalf of Amanda Waller. There’s nothing complicated at all in the story. It’s a bit of the ole over the top violence with a nice dose of humor.

I love one and done comics and Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1 is exactly that. Zub and Moore deliver a story that could be continued if he chose to or you can just enjoy it on its own as well. What’s really solid is Zub’s use of the unknown in the comic. By the end, you’ll debate what you’d do yourself if you were in Deadshot’s position. Was it the right choice? Was Waller playing and lying to him? I don’t know the right answer to the situation. Walking away from the comic like that actually feels kind of cool and refreshing.

Moore’s art is top-notch. Felipe Sobreiro provides the colors with lettering by Nate Piekos. The art is full of comedic moments and the team captures the energetic glee and craziness of it all. Even the over the top violence brings laughs as to how Moore handles the brains splattering and blood flying.

Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1 is bookended with segments featuring Ambush Bug who introduces the concept of the comic. It’s a fun “Crypt Keeper”-like role for the character and it’d be fun to see him being used more to explain more of the history of the comic. We don’t get that here but writer Elliott Kalan, artist Mike Norton, colorist Marissa Louise, and letterer Saida Temofonte deliver some solid moments and more laughs in the issue.

As an unexpected and “free” comic on the DC Universe Infinite app, Let Them Live! Unpublished Tales From the DC Vault #1 is a solid read and start. Even when it eventually makes its way to other digital platforms and possibly print, it’s still well worth getting. We’re seeing DC realizing that digital platforms are taking the shackles off of them and opening up their ability to do releases like this. The fact they’re diving into standalone one-and-done comics is even better. It’s exactly what this platform is great at, quickly digestible content you can pick up and enjoy and escape for a little bit.

Story: Jim Zub, Elliott Kalan Art: Tradd Moore, Mike Norton
Color: Felipe Sobreiro, Marissa Louise Letterer: Nate Piekos, Saida Temofonte
Story: 8.25 Art: 8.25 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation Buy

DC Universe has Launched in the US

DC Universe Infinite

The ultimate DC Comics fan destination has arrived! DC Universe Infinite has launched in the U.S. The digital subscription service is a premium digital comic book platform and community. With the largest collection of DC Comics found anywhere, fans can now dive into over 25,000 comic books and graphic novels on DC Universe Infinite.

The app is the next iteration of the DC digital platform. DC Universe originally launched featuring not just comics but movies and television shows from the DC catalogue. Since that launch, those shows and movies have moved to HBO Max and other services.

Starting at launch, the platform will continuously add selections from DC’s iconic labels, VertigoDC Black Label, and Milestone Media, the platform will also feature new comic releases six months after their in-store releases, as well as, Digital First titles available three months after launch, and brand new comic titles exclusive to DC Universe Infinite. Additionally, fans will soon have exclusive access to DC fan events to connect with other DC enthusiasts.

Following the U.S. launch, DC Universe Infinite will begin expanding globally later this year.

DC Universe Infinite is a newly designed app with updated personalization features and an enhanced comic reading experience. Current DC Universe subscribers will not need to create a new account, as their DC Universe login will transfer to DC Universe Infinite. Fans can download comics, graphic novels and originals for unlimited offline reading on their favorite devices from a smartphone or tablet.

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DC Universe is Now DC Universe Infinite Focused on Comics Including Originals. Harley Quinn Gets a Third Season as Shows Move to HBO Max

DC Universe Infinite

The rumors of the fate of DC Universe have been swirling with a clear message that something different was coming. What? The answer is here with DC Universe Infinite, a “premium digital comic book service.” It’s set to launch on January 21, 2021.

DC Universe Infinite will be available online at DCUniverseInfinite.com, iOS and Android devices for $7.99 a month or $74.99 a year ($6.25 a month). On February 1, 2021, every DC Universe Infinite subscriber, existing members, or those joining during the pre-order offer window will receive a special thank you voucher redeemable at the DC Shop subject to terms and conditions. Annual subscribers will receive a $25 voucher while monthly subscribers will receive a $10 voucher.

DC Universe Infinite will provide access to more than 24,000 comic books at launch, DC Universe Infinite subscribers will also encounter digital-first comics, member access to DC fan events, as well as a steady stream of recently released comics six months after their physical versions, hit store shelves. Following its initial launch, DC Universe Infinite will begin expanding globally in SUMMER 2021.

The “new” platform is comic focused with new issues debuting quicker than before and new digital first exclusives being created for the digital comic service. It will continue to have members-only events.

DC’s premium digital comic book platform will provide members with an expanded collection of comics and Original Graphic Novels, spanning over 80 years of the DC Multiverse. Fans can also download comics, graphic novels and originals for unlimited offline reading on their favorite smartphone or tablet.

Subscribers will also have earlier access to new Digital First comics that include titles such as Aquaman: Deep Dives, Batman: Gotham Nights, DCeased: Hope at World’s End, Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red, Injustice: Year Zero, Shazam!: Lightning Strikes, Superman: Man of Tomorrow, Swamp Thing: New Roots and Wonder Woman 84, and
many more. Also debuting on DC Universe Infinite will be DC Universe Infinite Originals, including new comic content centered around beloved characters…stay tuned for updates!

The fan-favorite community area will be free to all registered and premium DC subscribers with a full calendar of events planned for 2021. Subscribers will not need to create a new account as their DC Universe login will transfer to DC Universe Infinite.

For those who subscribed to DC Universe for the DC original shows, those will move elsewhere like HBO Max. During today’s announcement, a special offer was announced that allows subscribers to upgrade their service to include HBO Max for an additional $4.99 per month. The offer is available for a limited time and runs now through October 30, 2020.

HBO Max will be the home for premium video content that will include new DC series, key DC classics, and DC Universe originals like Young Justice Seasons 1-4, Titans Seasons 1-3, Doom Patrol Seasons 1-3, and DC’s Stargirl Season 1. Additionally, HBO Max has ordered a third season of Warner Bros. Animation’s critically acclaimed DC Universe adult animated comedy series Harley Quinn, starring Kaley Cuoco, who also served as executive producer during the first two seasons along with Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, Dean Lorey, and Sam Register. Harley Quinn will be a Max Original going forward, and all three seasons of the show will be available.