DC felt like a light month for September, though I was admittedly a little out of it. Marvel's got some good stuff coming this month. Get the whole list at IGN Comics
Notable titles include:
SECRET INVASION #6: Secret Invasion hasn't caught my fancy, but this issue's big selling point is the reunion of Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor. Of course, it's Bucky America and Post-Ragnarok Thor, but it's still worth noting.
ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN #126: Peter Parker is Venom! And the Ultimates seek to take him down.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #570-572: A huge month for 616 Spidey. Issue #570 shills a three-way grudge match between Spidey, Venom, and Anti-Venom, #571 teases a fight between the Green Goblin and new character Menace, and #572 brings Bullseye into the mix. I've hated BND, but I'll be around for this month.
CAPTAIN AMERICA #42: The big conclusion to Ed Brubaker's monumental story arc, featuring a final throw-down with the Red Skull.
HULK #6: The second and final battle of the Hulks, as the Green and Red Hulks go at it for all the marbles.
X-MEN: MAGNETO - TESTAMENT #1: Greg Pak attempts to write the definitive origin of the Master of Magnetism. Those looking forward to the eventual Magneto spin-off film might have some interest in this one.
Looks good here. I'm especially surprised at the potential quality of the Spidey titles.
I went ahead and got this book in abridged audio CD form. This book actually pretty closely resembles The Da Vinci Code in the overall narrative structure, and that is both good and bad. If you liked The Da Vinci Code, you will probably like this one.