Happy Saturday heroes! We have a ton of announcements from the DC Universe panel that occurred at Wonder Con last night. To start off, DC Universe announced that coming this April, the digital library will be gaining over 20,000 plus comics. New issues will be available 12 months after release which is great for those trying to read current comic series. In addition, each week new comic will be added to the platform. This is splendid news for anyone who already has a DC Universe subscription and wants to read more of the pre-existing library. Hopefully, it will allow me to get a chance to read any era. Given how the digital library for DC Universe started off small, by soon to be adding over 20,000 comics this comes as a welcomed change.
For fans of the Syfy show Krypton, we have learned that season one is coming to the service on April 5th. I have to say that this announcement caught me off guard a bit, but it is another welcomed announcement. I am happy more of the current DC live-action shows will be on this platform, and I am hoping that down the line the CW Universe shows will make the jump too. I figure down the line we will get everything DC live-action related, and I hope this is the start for everything to be on one platform instead of multiple sources.
Continuing from there, Justice League vs The Fatal Five will be available on DC Universe on April 16th. For fans attending Wonder Con, they received a chance to witness the premiere screening of this animated film. Now, I have nothing bad to say about the direct-to-video animated movies DC puts out. They are consistently good and I am looking forward to Batman Hush which I believe is the next animated film coming this summer.
Then as for fans of the hit animated series Young Justice, season three is set to make its return on July 2nd, 2019.I personally enjoyed the first half of this season, and I am looking forward to seeing how this will wrap up following the break. Currently, fans have enjoyed season three for the most part, with the only complaint being in regards to Halo’s various deaths. Whereas, the writing and animation for the season has been. Also in animated news, the Harley Quinn series will be debuting this fall when Titans returns.
Finally, closing out the DC Wonder Con panel is some live-action news! Swamp Thing is set to come out May 31st on DC Universe. That said, we also have the first official image of Brec Bassinger as Stargirl. I have to say she looks amazing, and I do not think I can use another word to describe the image. Now as for Stargirl, the series is set to come out on DC Universe in 2020.
Overall, DC Universe had a successful showing at Wonder Con this year like DC normally always does. Their panel left me happy being a member of the DC Universe service. Furthermore, I feel that with these announcements the company is making the platform worth the money spent. Nevertheless, stay tuned for more updates on the platform by checking in with Hero Club often.
Source: DC Universe Twitter