Here are the solicits to go with the covers
Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #2
Writer: BRANDON MONTCLARE
Penciller: Ryan Bodenheim, Simon Bisley
Penciller (cover): Michael Kaluta
In Stores: July 13, 2011
The Story: FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN! Fear makes us do terrible things—but it will also make the Fearsome Four BECOME terrible things! Twisted by their own terror as well as the reality-warping powers of a fear-drunk Man-Thing, Marvel's Strangest Heroes transform into horrendous versions of themselves. Howard the Duck, Nighthawk, Frankenstein, and She-Hulk mutate from hero to monster freaks—and instead of saving the city the foursome just might end it. It's a mad tale told by Brandon Montclare, Ryan Bodenheim, with covers by living legend Michael Wm Kaluta. And joining the ghastly crew of creators and characters, the one and only Simon Bisley illustrates a special in-story Spotlight!
Fear Itself: The Deep #2
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Penciller (cover): Lee Garbett
In Stores: July 27, 2011
The Story: FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN! The Sub-Mariner's kingdom has fallen! Namor and his allies--Dr. Strange, the Silver Surfer, the Savage She-Hulk, and Loa--must invade New Atlantis and wrest control from the sinister forces that have claimed the city. With Namor still shaken by the crushing defeat he has suffered, our heroes may be no match for the frightening opposition they're set to encounter as the Worthy's lieutenants summon dark forces that spill into the oceans...and one team member may be forever changed as fear takes over.
Incredible Hulks #632 and #633
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller (cover): Paul Pelletier
In Stores: July 27, 2011
The Story: "Planet Hulk" and "World War Hulk" writer Greg Pak ends his legendary "Incredible Hulk" run with his most explosive, unpredictable and revelation-packed story to date! For the past year, Bruce Banner has fought gods and monsters to protect his family and everything he holds dear, but now he's up against the toughest foe the angriest man on the planet has ever faced – his own shocking desires. When a genuine wishing well is unleashed upon the Marvel Universe, everyone's true yearnings are fulfilled. But between what we think we want and what we truly desire may lie a terrifying chasm – made all the more dangerous by Umar of the Dark Dimension and Armageddon, Warlord of the Troyjan!
I wonder what Jen's wish is?
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