Ultimately, Cable leads a faction of mutants loyal to him and assassinates the Professor, Cyclops, and Jean Grey before embarking on a violent crusade. Part of the spell needed to do so is the use of babies to act as a portal. The two fight each other, as well as a resurfaced Exodus who feeds off their psionic energies. In this reality, Cable was seen attending the funeral of Kane. Together, they escape the facility and Cable bodyslides them all to Graymalkin. Nathan is raised by his adoptive parents, whom he calls Slym and Redd. [19], The 2019 miniseries Major X further revealed that at some point in the future, where mutants live together in a Utopian society called the X-Istence, Cable has fathered a son named Alexander Nathaniel Summers. View full history. Everything is sucked into the hole including Stryfe and Cable, while leaving those left behind awestruck and in mourning over Cable's sacrifice. Cable has to choose between the woman or his now-demented son. He and Domino kiss and Cyclops and Jean finally tell Cable that they are Slym and Redd, the surrogate parents that raised him in the future. It appears to the members of the Six Pack, Cable teleported away and left them to die in the explosion. They were modified with reinforced steel limb replacements to make up for their extremital handicap. [71] Nathan often makes use of a spear-like morph weapon called the Psi-Mitar, which was originally a long staff with a spear point on one end and a scythe blade on the other, used primarily by the Askani. Nathan Christopher Charles Summers' destiny was planned before his parents even met. [39] Cable cannot defeat the virus either, so he creates a new clone each day to replace himself but each clone still has only one day to live. [34] With the aid of Blaquesmith – flashbacks revealing that they discovered various anti-mutant technologies in the Avengers Mansion – Cable manages to fight off the Red Hulk, partially infecting him with the techno-organic virus, only to be interrupted by Hope and Cyclops, who both denounce his actions as unnecessary, culminating in Wolverine and Spider-Man attacking him as they vow to take back the Avengers. The Wild Pack returns the item to A.I.M., their contractor, who informs the team that the thing is a dud. It alters his appearance so much that Hope doesn't register Cable's face. Cable, meets with Professor Xavier and Moira MacTaggart to learn of their encounters and then sets off alone to confront the boy who is like him, but is not him. Domino convinces Cable to have him trust his team to split up the work. Cable takes each team out until Cannonball corners his old teacher. Sensing that the X-Mansion is no longer safe for his team, as soldiers from Shatterstar's world followed him there, as did Morlocks following Feral, Cable moves the team out. Cable meets up with X-Force at Camp Verde and finds that Domino has made a new friend. Nate is cloned in case he doesn't survive the Askani's treatment for the virus. He also informs the group that Cannonball has "graduated" to the X-Men. Stryfe builds up an army and Nathan starts the Clan Chosen, a group that struggles against Stryfe's army, as well as the corrupt government of the New Canaanites. The New Mutants are then led to Madripoor. While War Machine and Deathlok deal with the Imayan army - and then later SHIELD - Cable body-slides into Cetewayo's cell and teleports the activist to safety. Cable time travels in order to protect him and the baby. Cable also makes cameo appearances in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, where his picture can be seen on a wanted poster in the Days of Future Past stage. At the tower, Cable and Havok are able to pass through a specially-designed force field while the others are left behind. Home 3 Minute Origins Cable (History) – Comic Basics Cable (History) – Comic Basics. [citation needed] This version possessed his trademark metal arm as a bionic construct rather than a result of the techno-organic virus. [52], While investigating an Apoth location in Brazil, Cable was captured by Apoth's servants, who saw Cable as the symbolic unity between man, machine, and mutant. Kane steps in and fries Stryfe. He then states that he looks forward to killing Cyclops and Jean Grey, a statement that clearly shows that a screw may be loose. After many events and battles, the baby ends up in Cable's hands. [3] In the following issue, #201 (January 1986), Nathan first appears as a newborn infant.[4]. He uses a high-tech gun, which can shoot various types of ammo. The First Appearance of Daredevil came out less than two years after Spider-man, yet you rarely see a kid wearing a Daredevil … Read More Marvel Secret Wars 2015 Checklist by … Due to being afflicted with a super soldier serum fabricated by a weapons dealer, Cable was rendered into a catatonic state which threatened his body and his live with a volatile spontaneous combustion effect if not kept under constant stasis incubation. He butts heads with the Shadow Riders (especially the reanimated Boot) but ultimately joins their fight against MyS-Tech. [80], In the fantasy world depicted in the graphic novel Wolverine: Rahne of Terra, Cable's counterpart is a wizard called the Mage, who carried the Warlock Staff and a crossbow. Cable then places the key in the lock and it disappears. 1st Appearance of Vanessa Carlysle, aka Copycat, Posing as Domino. May 17, 2018 3 Minute Origins. They end up in another dimension that drives the men to blood-lust. any Comic Vine content. This is helpful when the Acolytes turn on him. Cable recently returns to the present with 24 hours to live before the techno-organic virus, which has spread dangerously throughout his entire body, kills him. The group then flies to Mt. Cable decides that the new mutant baby should be protected at all costs and fights for it. Cable Comic books for sale online. He determines to make a band of soldiers for a war he fears is looming. Cable, Storm, and the Hulk then board the X-Men's Blackbird and head off to help the others. The book's writer, Louise Simonson, thought a military leader would be a good idea, and Harras tasked the book's artist, Rob Liefeld, to conceptualize the character. Stryfe takes over Cable's body and wreaks havoc until convinced to give up his fruitless revenge. Stryfe then appears and takes Garrison Kane hostage. Kid Cable keeps Cyclops in his base for a time, admitting that he just tweaked history in this manner because he did not wanted his father dead, but when faced with the separate threats of the X-Men battling Nate Grey and a human scientist whose life was saved by Cyclops in the past was now being threatened by his insane former professor, Kid Cable tells Cyclops he can save one or the other, with Cyclops' choice of the scientist sparing him the apparent destruction of the other X-Men and giving Scott the incentive to re-examine his actions prior to his death. Nathan Summers might have come first, but the best point to start collecting Cable is at the beginning – Cable’s first appearance in New Mutants #87. Perhaps Cable's most trying time with his team came during a mission for Tolliver. 38 pgs. He spent two days removing every logger in the amazon. This was followed by a full appearance in The New Mutants #87 (March 1990). It is awkward, as he confuses some of Domino's traits with those of Copycat (who had fooled everyone by posing as Domino when a member of X-Force). The Traveler To make matters worse, Sunspot has been teleported away to an unknown location. line of bobbleheads. The dangers of the future and pursuit by Bishop are balanced with the humor of "Cable the soldier" becoming "Cable the Nanny. After I named him Cable, Bob suggested Quinn and Louise had Commander X. She admits that she doesn't even want him to try. Once there, Cable and X-Force manage to weather the anti-mutant forces, including a physically-offensive Master Mold, and shut down the Master Mold producing the Nimrods, also shutting down the Nimrods that have already jumped in time. He occasionally assists Deadpool in battle, providing cover fire with his massive firearms. Upon arriving, however, they find that G.W. Seeing a need for more teamwork, Cable leads a training session in which he lets Feral hide while the others seek. First Appearance Of Find The First Appearance Of Your Favorite Comic Book Characters Cable and the Silver Surfer battled, destroying buildings and other structures but were immediately rebuilt by Cable's vast telekinesis. He is seen along with other Poison infected X-Force members attacking the X Mansion. When Sauron "kills" Cannonball, Cable believes this death to be the birth of Cannonball as a High Lord, which seems to be the case because Cannonball is reanimated. For a time, Cable had nearly limitless control over his powers, however he knew the toll wielding such energy would have on his body, so he tried to make a difference while he still could. In Deadpool 2, Cable goes back in time to assassinate the young mutant Russell Collins, as Collins's future version is a criminal and murders his wife and daughter. Deadpool, Cannonball, and Siryn passed through this reality as they searched for the real (616) Cable. Cable is willing fight Strong but rebuffs the idea of destroying the labs so as to maybe help some mutants in the future. Cable preps Kane, who guesses that Cable will actually be going back with him. $1.99. Askani'son Cable can't simply let the Dark Riders reform and he, Domino, Storm, and Caliban track the team to Egypt. Cable's response to her plea was "I'm tired of running". Originally, both were limited by his need to restrain his techno-organic infection, and his powers were negligible compared to his more traditional fighting skills. Copycat is also present and she rushes into Cable’s arms. Cable was among the last surviving super-humans and was a part of the team known as the X-Saviours, alongside the Hulk, Storm and Angel. The Warheads soon return as the slaves of a witch and they quickly fight X-Force. He smiles at the girl he had come to know as his daughter, and succumbs to the effects of the techno-organic virus, decomposing into metallic fragments. A ground team attempts to take out the Juggernaut (with Spider-Man swinging in to offer a hand) while Cable leads a team to confront Black Tom. Batman was first revealed in a comic book way back in 1939, and though kids could have bought it then for 10 cents ... a collector just paid $849,999.90 more … [17] The X-Force series provided further detail for the character's back story revealing that he was from the future and that he had traveled to the past with the aim of stopping Stryfe's plans as well as preventing Apocalypse's rise to power. Based on his recent run-in with his son, Cable takes a different course of action in dealing with Feral. He didn't learn the truth about his lineage until much later). He returns to the present to continue hounding Stryfe, find a mutant messiah (whom he initially things is Cannonball), lead the Six Pack for a few more missions, and stop the ascension of Apocalypse. Despite all the problems with the law, Rictor is disgusted that his family turns on Cable with their weapons instead of trusting Rictor that all is okay. Cable admires the girl's courage. [88], This version of Cable was consumed by the Poisons and joined them into invading Earth 616. Sure, other events can cause comic values to spike. Believing Cable to be the Devil's Herald, Reverend Craig incites the village against Cable. Nathan and Aliya are nearly killed by Umbridge, who had been serving Nathan under the guise of a thankful pirate he had saved from the Daegon. While traveling back to the present with Domino, Mr. Sinister alters their course and the two end up in Genosha. The team doesn't take a huge role in the fight. Cable gets possession of the sword and has a friend of his in Egypt analyze it. When they arrive, Cable sees that Siryn has already tried to handle the two, as she was once a partner of the two. This characterization slowly changed into that of a mutant with robot parts. After a quick retreat to an island resort and small encounter with the Impossible Man, Cable soon finds that his team has gone missing after a night off on the town. They finally find an installation and Cable has Hammer download a disk of information. This distraction aides the release of Bishop and Psylocke, who then combines her power with that of Cable and Jean which completely disrupts the Phalanx's neural net. It's not easy, but he does get to use Pyro's fire shooters at Blob while almost decapitating Super Sabre. The story is written by X-Men: Legacy writer Simon Spurrier. It was released along with two videos that were produced by Stabur following Comic-Con 1992 which took place in July. In return, Cable uses his last charge on his time-traveling device to travel to the past to prevent himself from killing Wade while still allowing Russell to have a change of heart at the cost of Cable losing the chance to return home to his family, Cable concluding that he will remain in the present to create a better future for his family. [volume & issue needed], Cable was canceled in April 2010 with issue #25 (the final issue being called Deadpool and Cable #25). Telekinesis: Possesses telekinetic abilities enabling him to manipulate matter with the energy of his thoughts. A powerful mutant telepath and telekinetic, Nathan was so powerful that his powers manifested at a young age. Cable's first adult appearance was in New Mutants Vol.1 issue 87 (1990), but he had appeared earlier on as an infant in Uncanny X-Men issue 201 (1986). [59], His techno-organic body parts possess enhanced strength and durability, and his techno-organic left eye gives him enhanced eyesight, allowing him to see farther than a normal human and in the infrared spectrum. He approves of a formal plan by Cyclops and, even more impressive, gets into a drop-of-a-hat battle alongside Gambit to try to free the prisoners. Cable and his friends escape the exploding base. There was no name, no description besides a 'man of action', the opposite of Xavier. At their height, he demonstrated the ability to simultaneously levitate the floating city of Providence and combat the Silver Surfer. 1st appearance of Cable, Stryfe & the Mutant Liberation Front. His first comic appearance, aided by the fact that he'll be on the big screen in Deadpool 2, is worth an average of around $160 today. Post, a mutant from Cable's past and current Onslaught herald, attacks and completely overwhelms Cable. [91] In his first appearance, Cable is depicted as a mysterious time traveling soldier from a devastated future with a cybernetic left arm and eye. He then spends his last 24 hours in the present Marvel Universe, determined to stop those who killed Hope - the Avengers! That comic is not actually a small / ashcan version of Spawn #1 - it's a totally different book. Batwing #20 has also been affected, the first appearance of Luke Fox, in the Batwing suit, selling for $30 to $35. The New Mutants line-up gets shaken up and the team officially changes its moniker to X-Force. Bishop is about to kill Cable and the baby when Cable realizes that he can jump to the future and jumps escaping death. Cable wonders what this new deal will really cost. What I was stealing from was – really only two key designs of Rob's – the design of Cable. However, they discover that the only time gate available leading back to their time cannot be opened by organic beings, and it's closing rapidly. Cable warns Cyclops that the war with the Avengers is coming and that he will be needed to save Cyclops very soon. The two teams compare notes and realize that any plan they may have is already known by the Gamesmaster, a very powerful telepath and the person in charge of the Upstarts' contest. Nemesis, Fantomex, Marrow and new recruit MeMe in order to track down and deal with mutant threats using lethal force. Seeing that Cable may have a point, Cyclops let his son escape to the time portal. The fight is brief and Cable returns to Earth with the Shadow Riders and then heads back to Graymalkin. Christopher is abducted and set in the sky as a piece of a mystical pentagram that opens the portal, which pours demons into New York City. Cable teleports all the machinery and weaponry out of the base and then narrowly escapes with the fake Domino. Rachel speaks to Nathan's mind and walks him through a computer program that will cause the lab to self-destruct. Refusing to turn himself in, Cable attacks the Avengers and the team run and become wanted fugitives. Oddly enough, Cable is against destroying Proteus even though it would be for the greater good. Nathan, never aware of Cable's involvement, arises and leads his forces to victory. [81], In Ultimate X-Men, Cable is a future version of Wolverine who goes back to the past to capture Professor Xavier, returning with him to the future in order to train him for the coming battle with Apocalypse. When a temporal crisis occurred that threatened to tear the fabric of reality apart which was centered around a type parachronal tumor he'd contracted due to his travels across the timestream. Matters are made worse, when one of his charges, Warlock, is killed. Fortunately, the other X-Teams are able to arrive in time to save them. Marvel Comics New Mutants #98B . 2, a new ongoing series by Duane Swierczynski and artist Ariel Olivetti. Cable helps his team blast through the mercenaries and then informs them that he needs their help getting Kane back to the past. He is also depicted as coming from the year 3999, where he leads an army in a desperate war against the forces of the immortal villain Apocalypse. Cable, however, didn’t realize that he’d had any type of relationship with Copycat since he never knew that she had impersonated Domino in all his time with X-Force. Cable passes out and Post has enough mercy in him to respect an old memory of Cable saving his life to leave Cable as he is, knowing full well that Cable is likely about to die anyway. Cable is a playable character in the game, voiced by Lawrence Bayne. Cable takes pity on them and joins the group in Safehaven. When we first meet Cable, he is battling Stryfe, a clone of himself who was raised by Apocalypse. He and Domino search for them and soon learn that X-Force has been captured and had their minds controlled by Lady Tessa, who is working with Sebastian Shaw and Holocaust. [volume & issue needed], Continuing from Cable and X-Force Cable puts together a new X-Force team with Psylocke, Dr. After the wedding, Cable goes to Muir Island to talk to Rachel Grey about her ability to hear Cable's inner computational thoughts. All the while Cable tried to explain his good intentions to the Surfer with no avail. In 1992, the character starred in a two issue miniseries, Cable: Blood and Metal, written by Fabian Nicieza, pencilled by John Romita, Jr., and inked by Dan Green, published in October and November of that year. Cable had never known that he and Stryfe shared the same face. [26], In 2009, Cable vol. [volume & issue needed] Although Hope healed his arm, it is useless because it is not his original arm as it has been destroyed a few times, notably in his battles with Silver Surfer and Bastion. After an attempt to brainwipe Cable by Xavier, Cable would in turn assassinate him along with Cyclops and Jean (not knowing his relation to them) in order the split the X-Men apart. Cable appears in one panel of the series but no connection between Cable and Nathan is made. All Cable cares about is that Rictor is retrieved. This storyline quickly ended without resolution when Marvel dropped the Externals concept. "[29], On July 27, 2011, Marvel announced at the San Diego Comic Con the return of Cable. Cable's crew gets their heads together and break the witch's spell in time for them to jump in the wormhole to go home. [72], Apart from his superhuman abilities, Cable has been said to have a brilliant mind for military tactics.[73]. Cable is just barely able to save Moira from a machine barreling down on her. As he holds the time gate open, he sees Hope one final time, begging him to return to her. Cable’s first appearance is in New Mutants 86…um 87! Cable surrenders himself to his son to save his friends, but leaves a faint telepathic message for Storm to follow a hidden homing beacon. Cable was featured in Funko's Pop! The origin and first appearance of J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter is currently tied for the #83 position on Overstreet's list of Top 100 Golden Age Comics. "Cable (comics)" redirects here. The journey into Nimrod's mind makes Cable's metal parts contort in odd ways for a short time. Nemesis's help Nathan worked around this by fabricating clones of himself, who were also afflicted with the Volga Effect and had an accelerated half life like he did. The new project, originally titled as "Cable Reborn", was re-titled as Avengers: X-Sanction, written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Ed McGuinness. The series explored Cable and the villain Stryfe's ongoing battle with one another, and its effect on Cable's supporting cast. Cable is able to hack into Iron Man's armor and defeat him, but not long enough to where the Red Hulk attacks. After seeing Rictor off at the airport, Cable, Domino, and Shatterstar disperse a mob gathered around Genoshan Magistrates. He fights off Senyaka - a madman bent on destroying everything Magneto held dear (which would include a former paramour in Lee) - and he and Lee attempt to survive the Everglades during a hurricane. The fight takes the group to another dimension called Arena World where they have to fight a being named Abadon. [volume & issue needed], The Avengers then proceeded to fight Cable until he was nearly dead from both the fight and the virus, and Cyclops asked to take his son home, with Captain America insisting the Avengers keep the weapons and ship. Despite the efforts of the Sapien League, and the direct intervention of Bastion, Hope is brought unharmed to Utopia, but at the cost of Nightcrawler nobly sacrificing himself to get her away from the proto-Nimrod-like Bastion. While he was in hiding, an additional twelve thousand people sought refuge at Providence. He resolves to find Kane and return to the past. They do not realize that the Gamesmaster is now using the prisoners to fight for him. Hope then takes over as leader of X-Force and "fires" Cable for his morally questionable methods. In addition to his mainstream Marvel Universe incarnation, Cable has been depicted in other fictional universes. This causes Cable to come into conflict with Deadpool, who has decided to protect Russell. The process acts as a release for Cable's rapidly evolving powers, and Havok lets him and Hope leave in peace. With Apocalypse no longer a threat, Rachel makes Slym and Redd return to their bodies in the present and Nathan is left by himself. Cyclops realizes that Cable is going to self-destruct and the switch will generate the time-flux energies around the tower to suck Cable and Stryfe to only heaven knows where. [volume & issue needed] The third arc, "Past Fears" spans five eras of Cable's history and sees him battling a techno-organic villain known as Metus. Cable is ultimately killed by Wolverine,[84] but his actions have already led to the further oppression of mutants. Cable was featured in Hasbro's Marvel Universe line. They want to stop Black Tom and the Juggernaut from blowing up the World Trade Center. His first mission was ensuring Stryfe didn't interfere with the ascension of Cannonball as a High Lord. However, despite his very serious demeanor, he does possess a sense of humor as shown with his back and forth with Deadpool. Instead, he has been replaced by Nate Grey, a being that Mr. Sinister created from the DNA of Jean Grey and Scott Summers. While Sunfire's group gets captured, Cable takes on a familiar foe, his old rival Wolverine. With the assistance of Shi'ar technology, Professor Xavier "jump-starts" this ability while Jean Grey telekinetically holds Cable's body together, allowing Cable to send his consciousness into the past. After he subdues Captain America, Iron Man tracks him down using an advanced "Sentinel Iron Man" armored suit from a few years in the future. His character finally evolved into the child that Cyclops had sent into the future, revealing him as a mutant with techno-organic parts. He grows weary of the role of being a messiah and contemplates leaving. In this reality, Cable is a member of the CIA working with the president. Cable still has his innate powers but to a much lesser degree, despite no longer having the virus. [56], Cable has fought Wolverine to a stalemate,[57] and defeated Captain America in hand-to-hand combat and defeated Falcon, Red Hulk and Iron Man using both brute force and wit, all while Cable was in severe pain and hours away from dying of his techno-organic infection. Because he has such a different origin and story from Cable, he has his own page HERE. [15] Cable also leads the New Mutants against Cameron Hodge and the Genoshans in the 1990 "X-Tinction Agenda" storyline. Cable is attacked by Cannonball, but Cable jumps on the back of the boy. The New Mutants ended with issue #100, with Cable and other characters then appearing the following month in X-Force #1. They later return to the present Earth-1610, where Xavier, with the help of Phoenix, defeats Apocalypse. The Canaanites attack and destroy many of the Askani. Though when the news hit of the battle in Washington DC between the X-Men and Apocalypse, Scott and Jean left Nathan and Rachel in the care of their grandparents and told them that they would return soon. He hides when the team shows up. Cable kills each member of the Malkuth Troop (including Boot, who is later reanimated by Vorin to become a Shadow Rider) except for Che, whom he takes as a confidante within MyS-Tech's ranks. He then pursues Black Tom. This discussion is broken up by a fight with the X-Cutioner. It was found out that Cannonball is the last remaining X-man in that reality and was able to find Cable and the baby mutant by using Cerebra. Nathan is raised for a short time by Rachel. This event (during the X-Cutioner's Song) is actually performed by Stryfe, who is bent on taking revenge on his "parents" Cyclops and Jean Grey. Cable, then destroyed Cerebra at the remains of the X-Mansion in Westchester so that Bishop can't use it against him. Cable appears in 3294 issues. Elsewhere,Sophie tried to convince Cable to continue to run away saying that he was a good man. 2 had a seven-issue crossover with X-Force, X-Force/Cable: Messiah War, which is the second story in a three-part storyline that began in X-Men: Messiah Complex.
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