Cable (1993) - #33
"Never Is a Very Short Time"
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Joseph 'Jeph' Loeb III
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
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Cover Date: July 1996
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: Spectre of Yesterday... ...Destroyer of Tomorrow!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 40 pages
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Cable (1993) #33 Newsstand Edition
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Letters Column: Cable Grams
Cable has McCoy (really the Dark Beast) examine him to help with the recently uncontrollable techno-organic virus. Afterwards, he and Storm discuss the X-Men’s recent adventure with Onslaught’s herald, Post, and Storm asks Cable to mindprobe her. However, he finds that the image of Post, while vaguely familiar, has been blocked. Learning that the headquarters of his mentor, Blaquesmith, has been firebombed, Cable travels there, only to be attacked by Post, whom he finally recognizes as a mutant whose life he saved many years ago. Even while the puzzle pieces fall into place and Cable finally realizes Onslaught’s identity, Post beats him within an inch of his life. Reminded of what he owes Cable, he finds he cannot finish him off, though, and leaves him, semi-conscious and lying on the street.
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The letters column credits Jaime Mendoza and Lary Stucker as assisting Art Thibert on the inks on the "Mapping the Mission" features in issues #30 and 31.
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