Marvel has announced that Strange Tales #1, the first in a three issue mini-series, has sold out at the distributor level, prompting the company to send the issue back to press. Likewise, the Hulk #14, featuring the Rulk seeking revenge on Domino, sold out as well.  Both issues will be getting the variant treatment, that you can see after the jump.

STRANGE TALES #1 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (JUL098291)
Written and Drawn by PAUL POPE, PETER BAGGE, MOLLY CRABAPPLE, JOHN LEAVITT, JUNKO MIZUNO, DASH SHAW, JAMES KOCHALKA, JOHNNY RYAN, MICHAEL KUPPERMAN, NICK BERTOZZI, NICHOLAS GUREWICH & JASON
Cover by PAUL POPE

This extra-sized issue features all your favorite Marvel Heroes in stories that ComicBookResources.com raves “will please everyone.” The hottest independent creators in comics deliver groundbreaking new stories of Spider-Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Doctor Strange and more! This second printing variant features a black & white version of Paul Pope’s stunning cover!

Strange Tales #1 has a $4.99 cover price.

HULK #14 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (JUL098238)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils & Cover by IAN CHURCHILL

Emmy & Eisner Award winning superstar writer Jeph Loeb and red-hot artist Ian Churchill turn the smash up to 11 as the one remaining Hulk—the mysterious Red Hulk—seeks revenge on the mutant Domino. What stunning secret has she discovered? As the Red Hulk assembles a deadly new team of like minded characters—including Deadpool, Elektra, Punisher and more—to take down Domino, just who will she bring to the fight? Here’s a hint: it’s X-Force! This all sets the stage for World War Hulks, the can’t miss smashtastic event of the century!

Hulk #14 has a cover price of $3.99.

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Both issues are scheduled to arrive in stores on October 7, 2009.

via Marvel

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