Cable (1993) - #27
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Joseph "Jeph" Loeb III
Allen 'Al' Milgrom
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
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Cover Date: January 1996
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: The Sugar Man Strikes!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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The battle between the rebels and the magistrates rages on. Cable and Domino are uncertain how to react, but Cable recognizes Pipeline and Hawkshaw from their battle at the airport before. In an attempt to avoid a bloodbath, Cable throws a gas grenade, creating confusion, during which Domino faces a new magistrate member, Gunshot, actually shooting him in the leg. After this, Pipeline has had enough and teleports all of the magistrates away, with the exception of Pipeline, whom Cable knocks out. After the battle, Jenny and Phillip inform Cable they have received information and weapons from someone called “Essex,” a name Nathan finds disturbingly familiar. They also learned that Phillip’s father probably didn’t invent the mutate bounding process all by himself, and had help from someone outside. Deciding to investigate the matter, Cable tries to convince Pipeline to work alongside the rebels so they can end this madness, but he simply refuses. So, Cable telepathically takes over Pipeline’s mind and has him teleport himself, Domino, Jenny and Phillip to the Ridgeback Mountains, where strong energy-signals are detected. Phillip knows these mountains from his childhood, and the group begins climbing. At the top, Phillip finds an entrance and inside they discover a huge lab. In shock, Phillip realizes it’s true: his father didn’t work alone. Cable warns the others that, whoever worked there, couldn’t have leave all this equipment behind without safeguards, so they need to be ready for everything. Hiding in the shadows, Mr. Sinister observes everything and is ready for the show to begin. Also hiding nearby is the Sugarman, who observes Cable on his monitors. Realizing it’s not Nate Grey who found him like he originally hoped, Sugarman fears that someone has come to take away what is his. But, he declares, nobody will take him down!
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