The Comic Stash: September Must-Haves To Add To Your Collection

Hello again and welcome back to my monthly picks, The Comic Stash: September. I bring you books to check out in comic shops! There are always tons of enjoyable books titles coming out from big guns like Marvel, DC and even Image. Also, some with not-so-great writing or art. Sometimes, and it has been for a long time, the best ones seem to come from the independent publishers.

The reason is simple the writers and artist are not bound by a character’s rules that have been set by that company. You will never see a Superman title where he must go after a killer who you can see what he does to his victims, and have Superman cross that line. Indies have no rules and can take that reader to any place and do what they like to that character, which to me seems to be the reason more collectors are buying them. Sure, you will have a main title from DC or Marvel introduce a new character, but they do not always make the cut to the fans.

Well, that is me just venting a little on wishing better stuff from title I love as a kid. But please, if you enjoy what you read now, go for it, and enjoy the book! Now for the main reason why you stopped by to read this column. The Comic Stash: September bring you books that look worth checking out and could be a gem down the road.

Week One September 7, 2022

From DC Comics we have Batman #127 which finishes the three-part story by Chip Zdarsky with art by Belen Ortega and Jorge Jimenez. I enjoy what Zdarsky is doing with the already great character Batman and look forward to what happens next.

Image has the final issue of fan favorite Twig #5 by Skottie Young with art by Kyle Strahm. This series is an amazing read. It also has such wonderful, beautiful art. I am sad this series is over. However, we will have another series of the character Twig.

Marvel has a new series run with Alien #1 coming out. It is by Phillip Kennedy Johnson with art by Julius Ohta. The first run is a blast to read with so many innovative ideas put into this world!

Also, out for Avengers fans is a new book, All-Out Avengers #1 by Derek Landy with art by Greg Land.

Ablaze Comics has a new series, Boogeyman #1 by Mathieu Salvia with art by Djet. This story follows Elliott has he finds out how real Boogeymen can be in the dark of night.

Week Two September 14, 2022

DC Comics has a new mini-series with the title Batman vs Robin #1. It is by Mark Waid with art by Mahmud Asrar. This story follows the invents from Shadow War and should interesting as we see father and son battle in this series.

Marvel Comics has a new series coming out as well, Midnight Suns #1. It is by Ethan Sacks with art by Luigi Zagaria. In this story we will have Magik, Wolverine, Blade, Spirit Rider, and Nico Minoru teaming up to take on new threats to Earth.

Image Comics has another fan favorite title ending with A Righteous Thirst for Vengeance #11. The story is by Rick Remender with art by Andre Lima Araujo. This has been an amazing tale as we followed Sonny and Xavier in their story of survival.

There is a new title coming out, The Bone Orchard Mythos: Ten Thousand Black Feathers #1. The story is by fan another fan favorite Jeff Lemire with art by Andrea Sorrentino. In this story we see how Trish and Jackie best friends deal with reality as it blurs into evil darkness.

Vault Comics has a new series with the title Revealer #1 by Michael Moreci and Tim Seeley, who also does the art for the book.

Aftershock Comics has a new mini-series, the 06 Protocol #1 by Lee Turner with art by Cliff Richards. In this story we follow Cat and Missy as they find the truth behind the secret life government work.

Also, this week and or this weekend your local comic shop should have some free books for Batman Day this week!

Week Three September 21, 2022

Week three of The Comic Stash: September brings Marvel Comics with issue #4 of Edge of Spider-Verse out this week. It is written and drawn by a group of talent to bring this one together. The big take away from this issue is the return of Spider-Ham.

Also, from Marvel this week is a new mini-series with the title X-Terminators #1. The story is by Leah Williams with art by Carlos Gomez. We follow Jubilee and Boom-Boom as they try to cheer up Dazzler after her breakup.

DC Comics will continue its One Bad Day series with Batman: One Bad Day-Two-Face #1. It is by Mariko Tamaki and artist Javier Fernandez.

Scout Comics will have She Bites #2 by Hedwig Hale with art by Alberto Hernandez. This is the second issue of a fun tale of a 134-year-old vampire in a 9-year-old body who hires a babysitter to take her place even though she is set on committing suicide.

Image Comics will have a highly anticipated book, Vanish #1 by Donny Cates with art by Ryan Stegman. In this story we get to see how Oliver Harrison who has been so much in another world before growing up can manage life as a normal person.

Boom! Studios will have Stuff of Nightmares #1 by R. L. Stine with art by A. L. Kaplan. This series will be for fans of Fear Street and the old EC Comics Horror titles.

Week Four September 28, 2022

Finishing off The Comic Stash: September is Image Comics will have the next issue of Eight Billion Genies #5 out this week, by Charles Soule with art by Ryan Browne. So far, if you missed the first four issues good luck getting them cheap, because it made a show by Amazon. In this issue we get to see how it all started so this will be must for fans that are reading this series.

Also out from Image will be Old Dog #1 by Declan Shalvey with art by Clayton Cowles. Jack Lynch is a CIA operative close to retirement and that one more mission to make up for a mistake in the past.

DC Comics will have Tim Drake in his own series, Tim Drake: Robin #1 by Megan Fitzmartin with art by Riley Rossmo.

Boom! Studios will have a new series out this week with the title Briar #1. The story is by Christopher Cantwell with art by German Garcia along with some variant covers by Jenny Frison and Mirka Andolfo. These two female artists have amazing covers and yes, I am a fan boy of both.

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Well, thanks for checking out The Comic Stash: September! I hope you like what my picks. We may have the same picks, but if I missed some, I am sorry! But hey, let me know what you think I should have mentioned. As always, while you are on this site, please check out our other columns, stores, and videos. Keep your collection growing and support your local comic shop!

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