Hot on the heels of the brutal trailer for the upcoming DC show Titans, we have details of how much it will cost to subscribe to the studio's new streaming service. DC Universe launches in the fall and will offer a host of DC live-action and animated shows.
DC has confirmed that an annual subscription to the service will cost $74.99, with monthly subs available at $7.99. You can pre-order the annual subscription from DCUniverse.com right now, which will give you a bonus of three free months, as well as signing up at the DC Booth at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con.
In addition, DC are running a SDCC promotion. Fans who pre-order an annual sub between July 19 and July 22 will be entered into a competition to win two tickets for the US premiere of Aquaman in December.
While Titans is the first of DC's new shows that we've seen any footage from, we know there are several others on the way. The service will also feature the live-action series Swamp Thing and Doom Patrol, plus the animated Harley Quinn and the third season of Young Justice, with the subtitle Outsiders.
In addition, the service is set to dip into the back catalogue of DC shows and movies, as well as offering comic books that will be available through the service's app. For more, check out our guide to everything you need to know about DC Universe.