DC Universe Infinite expands into more countries

The DC Universe Infinite comic service is expanding into more countries with even more on the horizon.

The DC Universe Infinite digital comic service has finally come to more parts of the world. As of March 28 it is available in Canada, and expanded into Australia and New Zealand on March 29. The U.K. will see the service launch on April 28. Brazil and Mexico don’t have a firm date yet, but are scheduled for Summer 2022.

“DC is thrilled to soon welcome comic book fans from other countries to our digital service for the first time,” said DC Senior Vice President and General Manager Anne Leung DePies. “Making DC UNIVERSE INFINITE available globally is one of our major priorities and this launch is the first of many more to come. It is one more way fans of every generation around the world can engage with DC’s iconic Super Heroes!”

Originally launching on Sept. 15, 2018 as DC Universe, the service originally featured both comics and original series such as Titans and Swamp Thing.

With the launch of HBO Max, the original series moved to that service, and DC Universe relaunched as DC Universe Infinite in 2021. The service boasts over 25,000 comics with the library growing weekly.