DC Daily Updates: Hosts Revealed; DC Universe Firsts; Release Date Revealed

The DC Daily inaugural show was little more than long drawn out commercial for the DC Universe streaming service. Hosted by director Kevin Smith, the show detailed all the features that we can expect from the streaming service.

Along with an extensive catalog that includes shows such as Super Friends, Batman The Animated Series, The Adventures of Lois & Clark, and the iconic Lynda Carter Wonder Woman, digitally remastered for the first time. Along with classic tv shows, it will also include a plethora of DC Animated films and classic DC Films such as Richard Donner’s Superman all the way to Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight.

It was also revealed the service will have an entire catalog of specially selected DC Comics you can read on your phone, television, or tablet. More importantly, it was revealed the streaming service will be selling new DC Comics as well.

Some new information was unveiled about the new programming to the streaming service as well. Despite not having any official info or images to show for Stargirl, DC President Jim Lee did reveal the title card for the newly announced live-action series (as seen above). The James Wan produced Swamp Thing is said to be adapting the classic Alan Moore storylineAnatomy Lesson.” Also shown was some new character posters for the live-action Titans series you can see below:

Titans was revealed it will debut on DC Universe October 12th, 2018. But for those attending New York Comic-Con, they will see the first episode before anyone else:

A new clip from the third season from Young Justice Outsiders was revealed showing Nightwing and Oracle in action. Check out the clip below:

Kevin Smith then unveiled who would be hosting the DC Daily show with its three main hosts being Tiffany Smith, Hector Navarro, and Arrow’s Jon Barrowman.

Also joining the DC Daily team is Clarke Wolfe, Samm Levine, and Harley Quinn Smith, daughter of Kevin Smith, seen above.

The DC Universe will officially launch September 15th which also happens to be Batman Day.

The service will run subscribers $7.99 a month, or $74.99 for 15 months (the first three months are free). Subscribers who sign up before the September 15th date will be entered into a contest to win a tour of Warner Bros.’s studios and a ride in the batmobile. Subscribers will also get a physical omnibus edition of The New Teen Titans mailed to them.

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