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[Solicitations] Cable returns in the Spring!

The ResurrXion continues! Marvel has announced Cable is returning to the comic book pages this Spring with his own series.

With all of time hanging in the balance, there’s only one man with the skills to save it. A new foe has emerged, bending time and manipulating history to his own sinister ends. Picking up a threat to the time-stream and the universe itself, Cable sets off on a high octane, history-spanning chase to save reality as we know it! From a six-gun duel at high noon to a swordfight in Feudal Japan, Cable must fight to keep history from unraveling!

Series writer James Robinson said, “One of the things about Cable is he’s a ‘time warrior’. Time travel is part of his make-up in almost every aspect of his history – no pun intended. This series will be Cable on a race against time to fix time. And in the course of Cable’s mission, we’ll see him in a lot of great time periods like 15th century Japan, WWI, the Stone Age, Victorian England and on and on, with those time periods made more crazy and sci-fi by time being fractured by the villain of our series.”

Joining James Robinson is artist Carlos Pacheco.

Are you ready for Cable? Are you ready for the rest of the X-Men? Is this return a sign that Marvel is okay with X-Men again? I hope the rumors are true, and we’ll see a whole new era of X-Men greatness in the coming months.

via Marvel

 

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