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Cable (1993) - #37
"True Lies"
Marvel


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  Writer(s):
Joseph Loeb III - 'Jeph Loeb'

Penciller(s):
Ian Churchill

Inker(s):
Scott Hanna

Colorist(s):
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Mike Thomas

Letterer(s):
Comicraft
Albert W. Deschesne - 'Comicraft/AD'
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'

Editor(s):
Jason Liebig
Mark Powers

Cover Artist(s):
Ian Churchill
 

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Cover Date: November 1996
Cover Price: US $ 1.95

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 40 pages

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Synopsis:
G.W. Bridge and some SHIELD agents have been given the mission to check out weird happenings at a now trashed Weapon X facility in Canada. They find it completely abandoned, and all of its files are either destroyed or missing. Bridge believes some kind of war was raged inside the building, and that whoever is responsible for this may be after some of Weapon X’ former “patients, meaning Wolverine, Deadpool and his old pal... Garrison Kane! Meanwhile, Cable and Domino find themselves on a bus to San Francisco. They overhear an argument between passengers. Cable wants to stop it, but is interrupted by the bus driver who makes them stop by telling them they have to or else they’ll have to get off the bus. Domino is impressed by the driver, and so is Cable. They arrive on their stop, an abandoned theatre, destroyed by fire. Inside, they are reunited with their old friend… Kane. Kane explains that he is no longer alone and is now in a relationship with the shapeshifter known as Copycat. He and Vanessa did their best to live a normal life without guns and spy school, but somebody found out they were mutants and trashed the place, and even painted a red “m” on the wall to remind people of who they are. Now, Kane wants Cable to use his vast connections and telepathic powers to find out who is responsible for all this. Suddenly, however, the group begins acting oddly towards another. Domino’s old angry emotions towards Vanessa arise again, hatred for Copycat having once taken in her place for a whole year. They start to fight, and Cable and Kane start having doubts about themselves. Cable eventually gets his courage back together and brings everyone back to normal, after which the villain responsible for all this steps forward… Psychoman! Psychoman knocks out Kane, revealing he came back to Earth for the bio-organic parts in Kane’s body, believing that those future technologies will help him conquer a universe. Psychoman teleports away together with Kane, before Cable can do anything about it. Even more surprising, a moment later a huge spaceship appears in the theatre, announcing that it’s preprogrammed to find Kane should he leave Earth without the ship. Thinking about whether they should trust the ship or not, Cable and Domino are surprisingly joined by the real Kane. He reveals that Psychoman vanished with Vanessa, who had morphed into him when she came checking up on him. Kane refuses to leave Vanessa to her fate and wants to get her back, and both Cable and Domino agree to help.

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