Cable (1993) - #15
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Jeph Loeb III
Matt Banning - 'Batt'
Keith C. Champagne
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
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Cover Date: September 1994
Cover Price: US $2.00
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Months earlier, the X-Men fought with Mikhail Rasputin and the Morlocks. Mikhail ended the battle by flooding the tunnels sending the X-Men away to safety and allowing his followers to die (or so everyone thought). One Morlock managed to escape, Thornn. In the present, Cable and Domino prepare for a big date. They both receive some advice from fellow X-Force members before heading out to a restaurant in Central Park. Cable and Domino are both nervous, but manage to make some small talk. The date takes a turn for the worse when Cable references something about Copycat. They don’t have long to stew on the moment as Cable spots someone peering at them from the bush. After a brief scuffle, Domino and Cable subdue Thornn. Thornn tells them she believes some of the Morlocks are still alive and she asks for their help. Cable and Domino join her in the Morlock tunnels where Thornn explains to them about the Morlock Sarah and how she told her the Morlocks were transported away to another place. Not much later, Sarah makes brief contact and tells Thornn she needs to perform the “Ceremony of Light” so the other Morlocks won’t be afraid to come out. The three of them set about the rest of the night getting everything ready and when day comes, the ceremony is performed. Sarah emerges briefly and says the rest of the Morlocks are still too scared. Thornn asks her to stay, but she won’t. Sarah goes back, and despite Cable asking the lonely Thornn to join them, she too disappears within the tunnels. Cable and Domino, deciding their date actually went well, leave for some chilidogs.
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