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Cable (1993) - #34
"Loose Cannons" (Newsstand Edition)

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Joseph 'Jeph' Loeb III

Ian Churchill

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Cover Date: August 1996
Cover Price: US $ 1.50

Issue Tagline: Hulk Smash!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 40 pages

This is a version of the following issue:
Cable (1993) #34 - Loose Cannons

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A badly beaten Cable awakes, aware of the new threat thatís closing in. He manages to grab a weapon just in time for the Hulk to confront him. The Hulk seems reasonable, but quickly reveals that he is under Onslaughtís control and there to kill Cable on his masterís behalf. An telepath attempt to free Banner just results in letting another of the Hulkís personalities come to the fore: the meaner, gray Hulk. He buries Cable under a diner, only to be confronted by Storm, who literally blows him away and proceeds to save Cable. As they exchange stories, the Hulk attacks again. Cable combines his and Stormís powers in another attempt to reach Banner. Instead, he frees the mindless savage Hulk. Elsewhere, SHIELD officers under the command of G.W. Bridge, who has a bone or two to pick with Cable, get ready to help with the Baltimore situation.

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