DC Universe ups its comic count to over 21,000

DC Universe has made good on its promise and has upped the number of individual comics to over 21,000 with more coming every week.

It was announced recently that DC Universe would be upping its comic offerings and it has kept true to that word. The number of comics has increased and new titles will be available 12 months after they hit store shelves. If you’re just getting into a title, this is going to be an economical way to catch up.

To go along with the news, a trailer was released.

Considering that Marvel Unlimited is $99 a year and does nothing but offer comics, DC Universe is looking pretty good right about now. For $7.99 a month, or $79.99 a year, you’ll get all the comics plus DC related movies and TV shows, as well as original series such as Titans and Doom Patrol.

“DC UNIVERSE is so much more than great video content; it’s a portal to dive deep into the ever-expanding stories and art of comics. The ultimate digital comic book library deepens that engagement and discovery by giving fans even more access to the multiverse of DC,” said DC UNIVERSE Senior Vice President and General Manager, Sam Ades. “Given the expansiveness of the additional digital comic books we’re adding, we are excited to include more tools and recommendations to help fans jump in and explore their DC UNIVERSE.”

“We are always looking for new ways to deliver our comics and reach the widest possible audience,” stated DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher, Jim Lee. “The addition of more than 80 years of iconic Super Hero storytelling to DC UNIVERSE creates a seamless experience where fans can jump from their favorite DC show right into the comic it’s based on. Our goal was to create the ultimate digital comics library and we’ve done that with this DC UNIVERSE expansion.”

Save 20% on DC Universe With a Coupon

DC’s Jim Lee took to his Twitter account to celebrate the addition of the comics and announced a coupon code to save 20%. Use the code JIMLEECOMICS through April 30 to enjoy the savings.

Now if DC Universe would just launch outside of the United States as well.