History Comicbook / Cable

19th May '16 10:47:43 AM Ambaryerno
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* SignatureScent: According to Comicbook/{{Sabretooth}}, he smells of gunpowder and Old Spice.
14th May '16 7:05:26 AM Doug86
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Cable, or [[OverlyLongName Nathan Christopher Charles Dayspring Askani'son Summers]], is a time-traveling soldier from the future who is here to prevent his [[BadFuture apocalyptic timeline]] from coming to pass. He is biologically the son of Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Madelyne Pryor (a clone of ComicBook/JeanGrey) and Scott Summers, a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, and the step-son of Jean Grey. As an infant, he first appeared in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #201 (January, 1986), though it took years for said infant and the time-traveling adult to be revealed as the same individual.

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Cable, or [[OverlyLongName Nathan Christopher Charles Dayspring Askani'son Summers]], is a time-traveling soldier from the future who is here to prevent his [[BadFuture apocalyptic timeline]] from coming to pass. He is biologically the son of Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen Madelyne Pryor (a clone of ComicBook/JeanGrey) and Scott Summers, a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, and the step-son of Jean Grey. As an infant, he first appeared in ''Uncanny X-Men'' #201 (January, 1986), though it took years for said infant and the time-traveling adult to be revealed as the same individual.



Cable originally got his first ongoing solo series in 1993, which lasted 108 issues before it was cancelled and relaunched in 2002 as ''Soldier X'' that lasted for 12 issues. In 2004, Cable then appeared in the ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' series that lasted for 50 issues (the last 7 Cable didn't appear in due to the events of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} event, ''Messiah Complex''). In 2008 he received another solo ongoing that lasted 24 issues. In 2012 he returned in the ''Avengers: X-Sanction'' mini series and starred in a new series titled ''Cable and X-Force'', which was then followed with him starring in a new volume of ComicBook/XForce. More recently, he's been trapped in the past once again to join forces with [[ComicBook/UncannyAvengers the Unity Squad]], including his old pal Deadpool.

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Cable originally got his first ongoing solo series in 1993, which lasted 108 issues before it was cancelled and relaunched in 2002 as ''Soldier X'' that lasted for 12 issues. In 2004, Cable then appeared in the ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' series that lasted for 50 issues (the last 7 Cable didn't appear in due to the events of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen event, ''Messiah Complex''). In 2008 he received another solo ongoing that lasted 24 issues. In 2012 he returned in the ''Avengers: X-Sanction'' mini series and starred in a new series titled ''Cable and X-Force'', which was then followed with him starring in a new volume of ComicBook/XForce. More recently, he's been trapped in the past once again to join forces with [[ComicBook/UncannyAvengers the Unity Squad]], including his old pal Deadpool.
21st Apr '16 9:59:01 PM Angelus25
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*TheChosenOne: He's the messianic figure of the Askani



%%* FutureBadass

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%%* FutureBadass* FutureBadass: He was born "in the present" - roughly five or six years ago in ComicBookTime - and sent to the future to save his life, then growing up to become a warrior and freedom fighter.



%%* PsychicPowers

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%%* PsychicPowers* PsychicPowers: He's both a telepatj and a telekinetic. His power levels varies according to the needs of the plot, usually involving his techno-organic virus.
3rd Apr '16 10:48:52 PM MaskedAndDangerous
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Cable originally got his first ongoing solo series in 1993, which lasted 108 issues before it was cancelled and relaunched in 2002 as ''Soldier X'' that lasted for 12 issues. In 2004, Cable then appeared in the ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' series that lasted for 50 issues (the last 7 Cable didn't appear in due to the events of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} event, ''Messiah Complex''). In 2008 he received another solo ongoing that lasted 24 issues. In 2012 he returned in the ''Avengers: X-Sanction'' mini series and starred in a new series titled ''Cable and X-Force'', which was then followed with him starring in a new volume of ComicBook/XForce.

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Cable originally got his first ongoing solo series in 1993, which lasted 108 issues before it was cancelled and relaunched in 2002 as ''Soldier X'' that lasted for 12 issues. In 2004, Cable then appeared in the ''ComicBook/CableAndDeadpool'' series that lasted for 50 issues (the last 7 Cable didn't appear in due to the events of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} event, ''Messiah Complex''). In 2008 he received another solo ongoing that lasted 24 issues. In 2012 he returned in the ''Avengers: X-Sanction'' mini series and starred in a new series titled ''Cable and X-Force'', which was then followed with him starring in a new volume of ComicBook/XForce.
ComicBook/XForce. More recently, he's been trapped in the past once again to join forces with [[ComicBook/UncannyAvengers the Unity Squad]], including his old pal Deadpool.
13th Mar '16 6:56:07 AM bud0011
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* HamAndDeadpanDuo: is often paired with Deadpool in teamups.
13th Feb '16 7:57:56 PM dsneybuf
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* HypotheticalCasting: Watching ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' made Rob Liefeld wish on Twitter that Stephen Lang (Col. Quaritch) would play Cable in the ''Film/XMen'' movies. Some of Cable's fans, and even Lang himself, wish the same.

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* HypotheticalCasting: Watching ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' made Rob Liefeld wish on Twitter that Stephen Lang Creator/StephenLang (Col. Quaritch) would play Cable in the ''Film/XMen'' movies. Some of Cable's fans, and even Lang himself, wish the same.
12th Feb '16 11:03:07 AM KingClark
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Thanks to the machinations of Mr Sinister, he was born with a destiny--to kill Apocalypse. Not being an idiot, Apocalypse took steps to prevent this at an early stage by infecting Nathan with a special "[[UnwillingRoboticisation techno-organic virus]]" which severely limited his powers and would have killed him if his loving father and, uh, step-mother hadn't sent him 2,000 years into the future to be raised by his [[TangledFamilyTree alternate-universe sort-of-half-sister's]] all-female psychic death cult (it's okay--Scott and Jean spent their honeymoon living in cloned bodies in the future in order to raise little baby Nathan up to be a man).

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Thanks to the machinations of Mr Mr. Sinister, he was born with a destiny--to kill Apocalypse. Not being an idiot, Apocalypse took steps to prevent this at an early stage by infecting Nathan with a special "[[UnwillingRoboticisation techno-organic virus]]" which severely limited his powers and would have killed him if his loving father and, uh, step-mother hadn't sent him 2,000 years into the future to be raised by his [[TangledFamilyTree alternate-universe sort-of-half-sister's]] all-female psychic death cult (it's okay--Scott and Jean spent their honeymoon living in cloned bodies in the future in order to raise little baby Nathan up to be a man).
12th Feb '16 10:59:06 AM KingClark
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Cable, or [[OverlyLongName Nathan Christopher Charles Dayspring Askani'son Summers]], is a time-traveling soldier from the future who is here to prevent his [[BadFuture apocalyptic timeline]] from coming to pass. He is biologically the son of Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Madelyne Pryor (a clone of ComicBook/JeanGrey) and Scott Summers, a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, and the step-son of Jean Grey. As an infant, he first appeared in ''"Uncanny X-Men''" #201 (January, 1986), though it took years for said infant and the time-traveling adult to be revealed as the same individual.

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Cable, or [[OverlyLongName Nathan Christopher Charles Dayspring Askani'son Summers]], is a time-traveling soldier from the future who is here to prevent his [[BadFuture apocalyptic timeline]] from coming to pass. He is biologically the son of Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Madelyne Pryor (a clone of ComicBook/JeanGrey) and Scott Summers, a.k.a. ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}, and the step-son of Jean Grey. As an infant, he first appeared in ''"Uncanny X-Men''" ''Uncanny X-Men'' #201 (January, 1986), though it took years for said infant and the time-traveling adult to be revealed as the same individual.
3rd Jan '16 5:49:49 PM JamesAustin
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-->--''{{Videogame/Deadpool}}''

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\n-->--''{{Videogame/Deadpool}}''\n-->--''Videogame/{{Deadpool}}''
13th Dec '15 7:33:41 PM nombretomado
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* FutureMeScaresMe: In ''UltimateXMen'', a different version of Cable is revealed to be [[spoiler:Wolverine from the future]], sans an arm. (Which Apocalypse tore off and used to fillet his face.).

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* FutureMeScaresMe: In ''UltimateXMen'', ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'', a different version of Cable is revealed to be [[spoiler:Wolverine from the future]], sans an arm. (Which Apocalypse tore off and used to fillet his face.).
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