If Fear Itself isn’t going to be enough for you, Marvel has announced Fear Itself: The Worth, an eight-part series of weekly digital exclusives.

“We want as many fans as possible to get a taste of this year’s biggest comics event,” explains David Gabriel, Marvel’s Senior Vice President of Sales. “By making these stories available for free digitally, we’re reaching a world wide fan base and making it possible for everyone to get a taste of the scope and excitement of Fear Itself!”

Fear Itself: The Worthy! kicks off April 27, 2011, and will be available for a limited time via the Marvel App, Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, and Marvel Comics on Chrome.

via Marvel

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  1. TaZ
    March 3, 2011 at 11:54 am — Reply

    Why am I so totally underwhelmed by this? It should be interesting to me, but it’s just not. Kinda like the Green Lantern glowing animal thingies.

  2. Blackthunder01
    March 3, 2011 at 1:37 pm — Reply

    Steel’s turned evil? Or is that McHammer? (lol … Hammer Man…)

  3. Rome
    March 3, 2011 at 2:59 pm — Reply

    I’m underwhelmed that this whole fear thing is some dumb asgardian fear god instead of Phobos the god of fear who was given a great set-up for revenge way back in secret invasion, or some other big cross over I vaguely remember.

    Last I saw him he was all mad becuase of something Fury was doing with Ares or something. Anyway, it would make for a way cooler villain. It seems to me that this was a foreshadowing that was scrapped, and swapped with this new idea so they could introduce the Tron-hammer Corps.

    I’ll be taking a pass on this whole thing.

  4. Jeff
    March 5, 2011 at 9:09 pm — Reply

    So, Marvel is now illustrating the Monster Manual books for D&D?


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