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Cover Date: October 1995
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: Domino-- --Grizzly To The Death!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Cable (1993) #24 Newsstand Edition
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Domino and Grizzly are locked in deadly combat. With gun and claw, the battle is intense and lasts for a long time. In the process, Grizzly reveals that someone else has made him kill all these people and do other horrible things as well. Domino wants to know who it is, but he won’t tell her. Eventually, Domino gets the better of Grizzly, knocking him down. She draws her gun on him, hoping to gain more answers. However, Grizzly lunges at her and the gun fires, wounding him mortally. With his final breath, reveals to Domino that Tyler used his powers to make him this way. Though grief-stricken, Domino digs a grave for her fallen friend, and wonders how she’ll tell Cable about this. Meanwhile, Cable brings Aliya back to the ship of Blaquesmith, who tends to her. Aliya reveals she was send back in time to get the man called Cable, in order to save the life of an ill Askani’Son – her beloved Nathan Dayspring. Aliya at first doesn’t realize Cable and Nathan are one and the same, until she hears Blaquesmith calling Cable by his true name. Nathan and Aliya have a talk, and she reveals the Clan Chosen believes Stryfe is behind the attack. Cable agrees to go back with her to stop his old enemy. The decision made, Blaquesmith uses an old trick to transport both Cable and Aliya back to the future. Once they are gone, an image of Mother Askani appears in front of Blaquesmith and, trembling before her image, Blaquesmith admits he knows they all have a role to play. Shortly thereafter, Blaquesmith also teleports Domino and sends her after Cable.
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