The legendary universe of DC Comics has globally expanded its reach. The Ultimate Digital Comic Book Subscription Service, DC Universe Infinite, is currently live in Canada and will be rolling out in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Mexico!
Fans will be able to access over 25,000 of their favorite comic books like Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn, The Nice House on the Lake, Superman: Son of Kal-El, I Am Batman, Superman and the Authority, and many more.
Subscribers will also have early access to titles like Harley Quinn: The Animated Series: The Eat. Bang! Kill—Tour, Suicide Squad: King Shark, and more.
DC Universe Infinite Global Launch Dates:
- Canada: LIVE NOW!
- Australia: March 29, 2022
- New Zealand: March 29, 2022
- United Kingdom: April 28, 2022
- Brazil: Summer 2022
- Mexico: Summer 2022
Fans who sign-up for an annual subscription to DC UNIVERSE INFINITE during the first 30 days of each country’s launch can subscribe for CAD 59.99 (+tax), AUD 64.99, NZD 64.99, and £36.99 BPS a year. Anyone that utilizes the introductory pricing will be able to renew at the same price, as long as they maintain their paid subscription. After the first 30 days, annual subscriptions will be available for CAD 89.99 (+tax), AUD 99.99 & NZD 99.99, or £54.99 a year. Monthly subscriptions are also available for CAD 9.99 (+tax), AUD 9.99, NZD 9.99, and £6.99 BPS. Pricing for Brazil and Mexico will be announced at a later date.
DC UNIVERSE INFINITE subscribers can download comics for unlimited offline reading on their favorite IOS and Android devices. For more information on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE, download the app from the Apple App and Google Play stores and visit dccomics.com. DC UNIVERSE INFINITE is not intended for children.
2 Comments on “DC UNIVERSE INFINITE is Going Global!”
I hope that the international rollout of DC Universe Infinite will now pick up speed after the WarnerMedia-Discovery merger.
The plan so far to make the service available in just 6 more countries within 6 months is just laughable and pathetic. DC Comics can’t call that “going global”. I really can’t believe this audacity.
Well its almost 2023, and still nothing