Watch every Batman movie on DC Universe for free on Batman’s birthday

Batman’s 80th birthday is coming up, and to celebrate his momentous birthday, DC Universe will offer all of its content free for non-subscribers.

Batman turns 80-years-old on March 30, and that means two things.

One, he’ll officially qualify for an AARP Card, and, two DC Universe will offer up its entire content free for non-subscribers for the day.

According to Screen Rant, via a press release, DC Universe will make all of its content available for everyone, subscriber or not, for 24-hours, which should send DC fans into a frenzy.

This isn’t the first time DC Universe has gone out of its way to celebrate the Cape Crusader. Called “Batman Day,” the concept was first launched in September 2018, to further promote the streaming service.

That’s right, DC beat Marvel to the punch for creating its own streaming service.

Yeah, you could watch some DC material on the traditional streaming services like Netflix, but there’s a certain advantage that DC Universe offers over those services, and that’s the benefit of exclusive content. That’s what makes this announcement by DC Universe feel big, especially for Batman fans.

With a full clip of books and comics, fans can read through the living history of one of the world’s most famous superheroes. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, the first time Batman appeared in a comic was on March 30, 1939 (Detective Comics #27).

Nobody knew then, but Batman would go on to be a cultural phenomenon, appearing in his own comic series, books, and movies. While Marvel tends to dominate the superhero realm today, one can’t forget that Batman has long had a lock on the scene, and his popularity has been a point of pride for DC Comics.

There’s one little caveat, though.

The offer is only available for Batman fans living in the United States.