The 'DC Universe' digital streaming service will launch its beta version in August.
The online app from the comic book giants - which would act as its own more focused take on 'Netflix' - will allow fans to delve into new TV shows and much more.
As well as original shows coming to the small screen this year like 'Titans' - along with 'Swamp Thing' and 'Doom Patrol' coming in 2019 - the service is also set to focus on all things DC.
This will include "a rotating, curated selection of digital comics" - including various titles stretching as far back as the original 'Superman' in the 1930 - and animated favourites along with many of DC's top big screen blockbusters.
In terms of movies, it's set to feature the likes of the four original Christopher Reeve 'Superman' films, along with Christopher Nolan's 'Batman Begins' and 'The Dark Night', while TV shows likes Lynda Carter's 'Wonder Woman' will also be part of the content.
Meanwhile, animated projects will also play a big role with the third season of 'Young Justice: Outsiders' and the new 'Harley Quinn' series set to debut in 2019, as well as classics such as 'Batman: Year One' and 'Gotham By Gaslight'.
'DC Universe' will be available online as well as on phones, tablets, and TV screens - and support is planned for iOS and Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV.