September 2020 Comic TBR

So this month I decided to go deep into my comic shelves and find those unexpected ones that I hadn’t yet got too. I inadvertently went for a save the universe kind of theme this month, with Avengers and Superman and two detectives on a mission. I also went quite dark this month with my choices as it is getting to that time of the year where everything I read is mysterious and thrilling which are my favourite months. Those I picked out are Requiem Vampire Knight and Invisible Republic. Let me know in the comments if you have gone in for theme this month?


Also let me know in the comments what comics and manga you are excited to read this month.  If you have read any of the comics I have talked about lets have even more of a discussion in the comments.


So here is the list:

Avengers Volume 1: Avengers World by Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opeña, Nick Spencer, Adam Kubert, Dean White, Justin Ponsor, Morry Hollowell, Frank Martin, Richard Isanove, Frank D’Armata, Dustin Weaver, Mike Deodato, Stefano Caselli, Marco Rudy, Marco Checchetto, Edgar Delgado, Sunny Gho, David Curiel, Paul Mounts, Gerry Alanguilan, Leinil Francis Yu, Salvador Larroca, Esad Ribić, Jackson Butch Guice, Andres Mossa, Laura Martin, Matt Milla

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Opinion: I haven’t read many team ups in Marvel apart from Guardians of the Galaxy and Infinity War comics.



Blake & Mortimer Volume 1: The Yellow “M” by Edgar P. Jacobs

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Opinion: I love Cinebook comics they are so much fun to read. This one is no exception as it is a detective team solving the mystery of the Yellow Mark.



Invisible Republic Volume 1 by Gabriel Hardman, Corinna Sara Bechko, Corinna Bechko, Jordan Boyd, Dylan Todd

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Opinion: This has been sitting on my shelf for a while and I was in the mood for a futuristic SCI-FI comic. Fingers crossed it is a good one.



Requiem Vampire Knight Volume 1 Resurrection an Danse Macabre by Pat Mills, Olivier Ledroit

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Opinion: I am a fan of Pat Mills’ work and this is one series I have not ventured into so I am curious and excited. Plus I feel like this getting me prepared for the vampire extravaganza of October.



Superman Red Son by Mark Millar, Dave Johnson, Andrew C. Robinson,  Kilian Plunkett, Walden Wong, Paul Mounts, Ken Lopez

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Opinion: I have just been in a superman mood after watching DC Fandome and everyone says this comic is amazing so I can’t wait to give it a go.


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