Cable (1993) - #9
"The Killing Field, Part 1: In Humanity"
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Chris Eliopoulos - '(principally a letterer)'
Robert 'Bob' Harras
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Cover Date: March 1994
Cover Price: US $ 2.00
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Cable pays a visit to Rachel Summers at Muir Island to discuss their familial heritage. They talk about the connection they share. They also talk about Scott and Jeanís upcoming wedding. Rachel wants to go, but Cableís not too sure. Elsewhere, in Londonís sewers, Katu, Voght, Unuscione and Milan are searching for Omega Red. They eventually find him and offer him the opportunity to free himself from his death spores. A bit later at Muir, Kitty and Rachel are sent to London to deal with an inferno possibly caused by mutants, leaving Cable and Moira alone. Moira takes the opportunity to run some tests on Cable to further examine the link he shares with Rachel. After a half hour, Cable is hooked up to the machine and being tested. Moira has to anesthetize his techno-organics, which leads to trouble when Omega Red busts in and knocks her out. Cable and Omega Red battle and Red comes out the victor. He goes to the computer system and gets what he was looking for. Cable gains consciousness when his techno organics come back to life and pounds on Omega. Sensing defeat, Red reactivates the techno-organic dampeners, knocking Cable out and fleeing with his prize. Cable receives visions from his past in the future and then is awoken by Rachel. Kitty tells them Omega Red is looking for components he needs to remove his need to live off the life forces of others, and that they need to go after him. Cable wants them to go to the wedding so he says he will go after him without them. Kitty informs him he will have help, and in walk Katu, Voght, Unuscione and Milan.
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