Marvel has announced that the next tie-in issues to the Fear Itself event will be Uncanny X-Men #540 and #541 by Kieron Gillen and Greg Land.

“After the tight, claustrophobic Breaking Point, I wanted something that embraced the epic scale inherent in the modern/mythological world war of Fear Itself. It’s a disaster movie where the natural threat is the supernatural powerhouse,” explains writer Kieron Gillen. “The whole story’s built like a bomb, with each step of the Serpent’s Worthy is like another tick on the clock. “What can stop the Worthy?” is the question, and as the answer starts to become apparent, that’s when the terror starts to bite. A city, waiting to be hit, with nothing they can do to stop it.”

UNCANNY X-MEN #540 & #541
Written by KIERON GILLEN
Pencils and Covers by GREG LAND
Can nearby San Francisco weather the seismic ramifications of the Worthy’s rampage and have their worst fears of a mutant attack finally been realized? Nothing can stop Fear Itself when the comics event of 2011 collides head-on with Uncanny X-Men #540 & #541, double-shipping this July!

Both issues have cover prices of $3.99 and arrive in July.

via Marvel

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4 Comments

  1. seneca
    April 11, 2011 at 7:24 am — Reply

    Wow! How did Juggernaught fit in that tiny room under the arcade to get lazered into the Tron universe?

    • Tom_Brevoort
      April 16, 2011 at 7:41 pm — Reply

      The Nail Hits Head! BRAVO

  2. Armaan Babu
    April 11, 2011 at 9:54 am — Reply

    Why are we seeing previews for issues an entire six months from here?

    • April 11, 2011 at 3:54 pm — Reply

      Why are we seeing previews for issues an entire six months from here?

      Um… Because that’s what a preview IS? :)

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