DC’s Biggest Superhero Comics Just Went Up in Price

Batman, Harley Quinn, and others just got more expensive.

As of last week, all DC Universe comics will be priced at $3.99. When DC Rebirth launched in 2016, every comic was priced at $2.99. In 2017, over a dozen titles were bumped up to $3.99, with all of DC’s twice-per-month titles (that featured their most popular heroes) remaining at $2.99. To make up for the price increase, a code for a digital copy of the comic was added as compensation to the affected comics. But this new price increase isn’t as generous to readers: even though DC’s whole superhero line is now at $3.99, complimentary digital codes will no longer be offered in all comics and will instead only be included in a select few special books like major first issues, events, and so on.

Here’s a full list of every comic that was bumped from $2.99 to $3.99.

Not every comic published by DC will see a price bump. The recently launched New Age of DC Heroes line and all kids comics will maintain their current price point.

Via Newsarama.

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Joshua is IGN’s Comics Editor. If Pokemon, Green Lantern, or Game of Thrones are frequently used words in your vocabulary, you’ll want to follow him on Twitter @JoshuaYehl and IGN.

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