Fear Itself #7.1, #7.2, and #7.3 will all be released in November, focusing on major superheroes Captain America, Thor and Iron Man respectively.
The issues will focus on the fallout from current company-wide event Fear Itself, and will tie-in with the recently announced 'Shattered Heroes' initiative.
"The general tenor of it, without getting too much into the end of Fear Itself, Fear Itself was in every way a war," Marvel SVP of Publishing Tom Brevoort told Comic Book Resources. "[The heroes are] all going to have to deal with choices they made, things they had to do."
Fear Itself writer Matt Fraction will pen both the Thor and Iron Man issues while Ed Brubaker will write the Captain America story.
"Fear Itself #7.1 is my chance to do what everyone's been complaining that I haven't been able to do, and that is deal with Bucky's death in Fear Itself," Captain America writer Brubaker added. "This is where I get to set the stage for the next year of Captain America and for secret things we can't talk about yet."
"The Thor story is a chance to narrow the spotlight down to Thor and his immediate circle," Fraction explained. "[We will discover] the truth about what their history really is, in the wake of the Serpent."
It was also confirmed that Jason Aaron's new Hulk series will fall under the 'Shattered Heroes' banner alongside Matt Fraction's new Defenders series.
"It will be a fairly broad marketing initiative that will touch all corners of the Marvel Universe," Brevoort added.
Last week, Marvel released a new teaser hinting that a character called Tanarus will take over from Thor as the new God of Thunder.