For the past several months, DC has been teasing the launch of their official streaming service. This service would contain original DC programming, and the flagship series of the service would be none other than Titans, a live-action adaptation of the Teen Titans comic, but of course, that wouldn’t be all it had to offer.
Now, DC Comics has officially unveiled the name of the service and the placeholder site, and it is called: DC Universe. Yeah, it’s official. They’re absolutely awful at naming things. While the actual name isn’t the worse, it will be confusing, since DC Universe is the term used to pretty much describe the comics. With that now being used to the streaming service, I can imagine plenty of people having to add in a bunch of asterisks every time they bring up the words DC Universe.
That wasn’t all, they also revealed logos for four of their upcoming shows. Have a look below!
Most of these have already been announced, but the one that is new here is Swamp Thing. DC and Warner Bros. have expressed interest in bringing the character to the big screen in a Justice League Dark film, but as it stands, it looks like this streaming version will hit long before that ever happens. But will it be animated or live-action? My money is on animated, but Swamp Thing is a property that I think can work very well as a live-action one given the right direction.
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SOURCE: DC Comics