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Cable (1993) - #14
"Son of the Goblin Queen"

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Glenn Alan Herdling

Steve Skroce

Michael 'Mike' Sellers

Marie Javins

Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'

Lisa Patrick

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Michael 'Mike' Sellers
Steve Skroce

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Cover Date: August 1994
Cover Price: US $ 2.00

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Fear and Loathing (Cable)

D’Spayre and Belasco duke it out over who gets to keep company with Cable and Lee. While the demon and the sorcerer are distracted, Cable and Lee attempt to escape, only to find themselves in strange surroundings. Belasco emerges the victor and explains to both Lee and Cable that they are in the Nexus of all Realities. Belasco tells them that the Nexus is slowly growing and will eventually swallow Earth. Cable wants to know what his part is in all of it. Belasco tells Cable about past events where his former servant S’ym and his servant, N’astirh attempted to open a portal between Earth and Limbo and how Cable and his birth mother were both involved. He assumes the same person is involved with the current problems they are facing. The trio makes their way through the Nexus where Cable finally learns his purpose, as a man of science and magic he makes the perfect weapon in the Nexus. They eventually run into the man behind it all, S’ym, who easily bests Belasco and turns his attention towards Cable. After a big brawl, Cable emerges the victor and S’ym’s body disappears. Belasco returns things back to the way they were as per his and Cable’s agreement, and then he too disappears. Cable and Lee, deciding their time together should come to an end, bodyslide out of the Everglades. During Cable’s time in the Nexus, Cannonball and Siryn attempt to locate Cable, but receive a message saying Cable could not be found, leaving both X-Force members worried.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Cable (1994) #5
Cable (1994) #8
Cable Classic (2008) TPB vol. 02
Marvel Miniserie (1994) #25

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