With the world of modern media quickly changing, there are currently a whole lot of different streaming services available to consumers -- and in a few months, we will all be able to get our hands on one of the most anticipated developing applications. I'm referring to the upcoming DC Universe, which is being developed by the people over at DC Comics and Warner Bros. as a special portal for all media related to the property. The app is expected to launch on an unannounced date this fall, but this past week we got an in-depth look at what to expect.

DC Universe set up a special activation at San Diego Comic-Con this past week, and as part of it I had the opportunity to demo the streaming service and see what's in store. Right up front I will admit to being very impressed with what I saw, and below and across the next few pages I will dig into the applications many features.

It Has Tons Of Movies

While there's no questioning that we are currently living in the golden age of comic book movies, the reality is that the people at DC Comics have been playing the Hollywood game for decades. Richard Donner's Superman: The Movie caused a phenomenon when it was released back in 1978, and while not every title has been amazing, it's a history that also brought us both the Tim Burton Batman films and Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy.

Now all of those movies are going to be available in one place. It's even nice to note that the application isn't practicing any kind of revisionist history by leaving out any of the not-so-great stuff. If you've been patiently waiting to finally watch 1984's Supergirl, or are curious about revisiting 2011's Green Lantern, it will all be a part of the experience alongside winners like Wonder Woman and Watchmen.

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