Cable (1993) - #38
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Joseph 'Jeph' Loeb III
Albert W. Deschesne - 'Comicraft/AD'
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
Robert 'Bob' Harras
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Cover Date: December 1996
Cover Price: US $ 1.95
Issue Tagline: Into The Microverse
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 40 pages
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Letters Column: Cable Grams
Cable, Domino and Kane find themselves in their huge spaceship in another universe… the Microverse! It’s here where Psychoman has teleported, together with Copycat whom Kane is determined to get back at his side. They are soon attacked by Psychoman’s warships and Cable and Domino do their fight back, but it’s a shot from another ship that brings Psychoman’s ships down. The newcomers quickly introduce themselves as Commander Rann, Mari and Bug, though they are better known as… the Micronauts! Rann explains he sent the ship Cable and his friends are in now to Earth hoping to find help, and apparently the ship managed to do that. Kane explains about Vanessa and Rann agrees to help out once he learns Cable is affiliated with his old allies, the X-Men. The two groups further discover that they share a common enemy in the Pschoman, who is responsible or the deaths of most of the Micronauts. It is again he that Rann needed aid. Back on his ship, Psychoman reveals his plans of war and also discovers that his prisoner is not Kane whom he needs to activate his army, but instead Copycat. He plans to use her to lure the real Kane to him. Meanwhile, Rann has led his group and Cable’s to the Psychoman’s ship, where they easily make their way through zombie soldiers. However, Cable’s mental defenses against Psychoman’s powers are disrupted and he falls victim self-doubt. Kane is the only one who manages to break through the soldiers and finds Vanessa in the base, only to then fall victim to abject hatred via the Psychoman machine. He focus of his hatred… is Cable! Meanwhile back on Earth, GW Bridge’s investigation into the destroyed Weapon X base has led him to Kane’s destroyed theatre. As he is unaware of the Psychoman’s involvement, he instead wonders how Cable can be involved in all this… and what Nathan’s secret agendas are.
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