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Cover Date: July 1998
Cover Price: US $ 1.99
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Domino and Blockade are in a full-scale combat with each other. Though Domino manages to block some of his moves, Blockade eventually gets the upper hand and severely wounds her, and then knocks her off a bridge, believing her to be dead. Thanks to their psychic rapport they share with one another, Cable picks up Domino’s stray thoughts and immediately goes after her on his bike. Nathan finds her washed ashore and brings her to the nearest emergency room. He contacts Irene and convinces her to watch over Domino, but she demands to know more. Cable explains to Irene what the term “Blood Rite” meant in his future timeline and its demands for revenge of a fallen comrade, which Cable leaves in search for. Elsewhere, Blockade himself has settled in a local bar, playing poker with Hydro-Man and Stilt Man. As the bartender, Sid, brags how he got a hold on the Unicorn’s helmet, Cable barges in and challenges Blockade. After a while, during which Sid’s bar is destroyed in the process, Cable finally prevails. Cable then telepathically turns Blockade’s mind inside-out, causing it to completely shut down. Cable returns to his place, where he tries to relax on his bed, but can’t because he can’t help but think about what he just did. At the hospital, Domino has recovered from her wounds but is freaked out. She leaves, without saying a proper thank you to the doctors that treated her or to Irene for watching over her. Later, at the remains of the bar, SHIELD agents have arrived and pull Blockade away on a stretcher, identifying him in the process. Nearby, one of the agents interrogates Sid and draws a picture of the culprit, which they then discover to be Cable. They sigh, as that means they now have to bring this information to G.W. Bridge.
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