DC Universe Infinite Expands Their Ultra-Tier With Over 32,000 Comics

by Joshua Raynor
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If you’re a fan of DC Comics, then you should be signed up for DC’s digital comic book subscription service, DC Universe Infinite. It was recently announced that they would be offering a new “ultra-tier” to give fans more options and earlier access to new comics. Well, it looks like DC is expanding their selection in the ultra-tier by quite a lot.

You can check out all the details in the official press release below.

Per DC Comics:

DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra Tier Expands to Over 32,000 Comics

 DC’s Library of Vertigo and DC Black Label Comics

Will be Available to DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra Subscribers on November 29

 DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra’s introductory rate is available until December 4

On November 29, DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra tier will be expanding its exclusive library of digital comics and collected editions to include over 5,000 issues from Vertigo and DC Black Label. From American Vampire to Watchmen, Kid Eternity to Sheriff of Babylon, and Sandman Mystery Theatre to Batman: Three Jokers, and more, the expansion of DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra tier to include decades of DC’s Vertigo and DC Black Label titles gives even more value to Ultra subscribers, in addition to the opportunity to read comics one month after they are available at comic shops.

DC Universe Infinite Ultra

The new titles available to Ultra subscribers on November 29 includes, but is not limited to:

Shade, The Changing Man (1990-1996)

The Books of Magic (1990-1991)

Kid Eternity (1991)

Death: The High Cost of Living (1993)

Blood & Shadows (1996)

Kill Your Boyfriend (1995)

Vertigo Voices: Tainted (1994)

Sandman Mystery Theatre (1993-1999)

Kid Eternity (1993-1994)

Sebastian O (1993)

Vertigo Visions: The Geek (1993)

Skin Graft: The Adventures of a Tattooed Man (1993)

Black Orchid (1993-1995)

The Children’s Crusade (1993-1994)

Scarab (1993-1994)

Ghostdancing (1995)

Goddess (1995-1996)

Mobfire (1994-1995)

Vamps (1994)

Witchcraft (1994)

Doom Patrol Annual (1988-) #2

Animal Man Annual (1993)

American Freak: A Tale of the Un-Men (1994)

Vertigo Visions – Doctor Occult (1994)

The Invisibles (1994-1996)

Vertigo Voices: The Eaters (1995)

Egypt (1995-1996)

Industrial Gothic (1995-1996)

Death: The Time of Your Life (1996)

Dog Moon (1996)

The Dreaming (1996-2001)

Fault Lines (1997)

Mythos: The Final Tour (1996-1997)

Tattered Banners (1998)

Vertigo Verite: Girl (1996)

The Horrorist (1995)

Vertigo Visions – Prez (1995)

Vamps: Hollywood and Vein (1995-1996)

Vertigo Verite: The Unseen Hand (1996)

The Invisibles Volume 2 (1996-1998)

Junk Culture (1997)

Weird War Tales (1997)

Vertigo Visions – Dr. Thirteen (1998)

Vertigo Visions – Tomahawk (1998)

Destiny: A Chronicle of Deaths Foretold (1997)

Transmetropolitan (1997-2002)

Witchcraft: La Terreur (1998)

Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess’ Stardust (1997-1998)

Vertigo: Winter’s Edge (1997-1999)

Vertigo Verite: Hell Eternal (1998)

Gangland (1998)

The Minx (1998-1999)

The Human Target (1999)

The Sandman Presents: Love Street (1999)

Heart Throbs (1998-1999)

Vamps: Pumpkin Time (1998)

Welcome Back to the House of Mystery (1998)

Gifts of the Night (1998-1999)

Jonny Double (1998)

The Girl Who Would Be Death (1998-1999)

Finals (1999)

The Trenchcoat Brigrade (1999)

Flinch (1999-2000)

Sandman Presents: Petrefax (2000)

100 Bullets (1999-2009)

Invisibles Vol. 3 (1999-2000)

Weird War Tales Special (2000)

Midnight, Mass (2002)

Transmetropolitan: I Hate It Here (2000)

El Diablo (2001)

Weird Western Tales (2001)

Codename: Knockout (2001-2003)

The Names of Magic (2000-2001)

Sandman Presents: Dead Boy Detectives (2001)

The Sandman Presents: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Dream (2001)

Sandman Presents: The Thessaliad (2002)

Sandman Presents: The Corinthian (2001)

Transmetropolitan: Filth of the City (2001)

Zatanna: Everyday Magic (2003) #0

Fight For Tomorrow (2002-2003)

The Filth (2002-2003)

Sandman Presents: Bast (2003)

Beware the Creeper (2003)

Fables: The Last Castle (2003)

Human Target (2003-2005)

Sandman Presents: Thessaly: Witch for Hire (2004)

We3 (2004-2005)

Vimanarama (2005)

The Books of Magick: Life During Wartime (2004-2005)

Seaguy (2004)

The Witching (2004)

Trigger (2004-2005)

Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere (2005-2006)

Loveless (2005-2008)

The Other Side (2006-2007)

Deadman (2006-2007)

Scalped (2007-2012)

Jack of Fables (2006-2011)

Crossing Midnight (2006-2008)

Un-Men (2007-2008)

Northlanders (2007-2012)

Unknown Soldier (2008-2009)

Demo – Volume II (2010)

Daytripper (2009-2010)

Seaguy: Slaves of Mickey Eye (2009)

The Unwritten (2009-2013)

Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love (2009-2010)

Joe the Barbarian (2010-2011)

The Literals (2009)

Wolf Moon (2014-2015)

American Vampire (2010-2013)

Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril (2013-2014)

Cinderella: Fables are Forever (2011)

American Splendor Vol. 1 (2006)

American Splendor Volume 2 (2008)

Punk Rock Jesus (2012-2013)

American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest (2011)

New Deadwardians (2012)

Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child (2012)

FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics (2013-2015)

Hinterkind (2013-2015)

Fairest (2012-2015)

The Unwritten 1/2 (2009-2013)

Ghosts (2012)

The Sandman: Overture (2013-2015)

American Vampire: Lord of Nightmares (2012)

100 Bullets: Brother Lono (2013-2014)

The Wake (2013-2014)

Trillium (2013-2014)

Time Warp (2013)

The Witching Hour (2013)

American Vampire: The Long Road to Hell (2013)

American Vampire: Anthology

Suiciders (2015)

Coffin Hill (2013-2015)

The Wake Director’s Cut (2013)

The Dead Boy Detectives (2014)

American Vampire: Second Cycle (2014-2015)

The Sandman: Overture Special Edition (2013-2015)

Arcana Annual (1994)

The Sandman:The Dream Hunters (2009)

The Unwritten: Apocalypse (2014-2015)

Vertigo Quarterly CMYK

Art Ops (2015-2016)

Clean Room (2015-2017)

Strange Sports Stories (2015)

Red Thorn (2015-2016)

Constantine/Hellblazer Special Edition (2014)

Effigy (2015)

Last Gang in Town (2015-2016)

Survivors’ Club (2015-2016)

Unfollow (2015-2017)

Fables: The Wolf Among Us (2014-2015)

Sheriff of Babylon (2015-2016)

Slash & Burn (2015-2016)

Vertigo Quarterly SFX (2015-2016)

The Twilight Children (2015-2016)

Jacked (2015-2016)

Mad Max: Fury Road: Nux & Immortan Joe (2015)

Mad Max: Fury Road: Furiosa (2015)

Mad Max: Fury Road: Max (2015)

New Romancer (2015-2016)

Suiciders: Kings of HelL.A. (2016)

The Dark and Bloody (2016)

Everafter: From the Pages of Fables (2016-2017)

Frostbite (2016-2017)

Savage Things (2017)

The Lost Boys (2016-2017)

Black Death in America (2016)

Doom Patrol Director’s Cut (2017)

Deathbed (2018)

The American Way: Those Above and Those Below (2017-2018)

American Carnage (2018-2019)

Imaginary Fiends (2017-2018)

Motherlands (2018)

Books of Magic (2018-2020)

House of Whispers (2018-2020)

Lucifer (2018-2020)

The Dreaming (2018-2020)

Hex Wives (2018-2019)

Goddess Mode (2018-2019)

The Sandman Universe (2018)

High Level (2019)

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity (2019-)

Joker: Killer Smile (2019-)

Wonder Woman: Dead Earth (2019-)

Batman: The Smile Killer (2020)

Batman: Three Jokers (2020)

Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child (2019)

Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity-Secret Files (2020)

The Sandman Universe Presents Hellblazer (2019)


The brand-new Ultra tier is available for a special limited-time introductory price of $99.99 USD a year in the US, $119.99 CAN in Canada, $134.99 AUD in Australia, $134.99 NZD in New Zealand and £72.99 BPS in the U.K., plus applicable taxes. The introductory pricing rate is available until December 4, 2022 and remains valid as long as your Ultra Annual subscription is in good standing and not cancelled. Current DC UNIVERSE INFINITE subscribers can upgrade their monthly and annual subscriptions to Ultra. Members who remain on their current monthly or annual subscription will continue to receive new comics six months after they are available at comic shops.

DC UNIVERSE INFINITE subscribers can download comics for unlimited offline reading on their favorite iOS and Android devices. For more information on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE Ultra, download the app from the Apple App and Google Play stores and visit dc.com/Ultra. DC UNIVERSE INFINITE is not available in all countries and is not intended for children.

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