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Marvel’s CABLE #150 Reveals the Death of an Immortal (Exclusive Preview)

Marvel’s CABLE #150 Reveals the Death of an Immortal (Exclusive Preview)

Something wicked this way comes to the pages of Marvel’s Cable #150, and it looks like a murder most foul. But this isn’t an ordinary killer; no, this mysterious superhuman slayer has managed to kill an immortal, which sounds like a paradoxical statement, but isn’t because comics. In our exclusive preview of the upcoming Cable Marvel Legacy tie-in, our favorite time-traveling mutant, Cable, and his probability-manipulating pal Longshot find themselves hot on the trail of a killer in the mean streets of New Orleans where they find Candra, a member of the Thieve’s Guild and the Assassin’s Guild, lying dead as a doornail in the local morgue.

No ordinary killer could take her out, which is bad news for Cable and Longshot. In order to track down this space-time-hopping serial killer, our dynamic duo is going to need some help. Thankfully, they’ll be joined by Shatterstar, Doop, X-23, Blink, and Armor in what is quite literally a race against time. But don’t just take our word for it; take a sneak peek at what’s coming your way in Cable #150 in our exclusive preview.

To read our complete preview of Marvel’s Cable #150, click through to our exclusive gallery below!

CABLE #150
(W) ED BRISSON
(A/CA) JON MALIN
THE NEWER MUTANTS!

“The time-traveling mutant known as Cable has made it his one-man mission to preserve all of time itself. But when a disturbance in the timestream sends Cable back to the recent past, he’ll find a mutant killer he won’t be able to handle alone. Cable’s led teams of X-Men before and he’ll have to turn to some old allies and new friends to stop this deadly threat. Get ready for the newer New Mutants!”

Cable #150 hits store shelves on October 18, 2017.

What do you think is going to happen in this Marvel Legacy tie-in? Let us know in the comments below.

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Images: Marvel Comics

Dan Casey is the senior editor of Nerdist and the author of books about Star Wars and the Avengers. Follow him on Twitter (@DanCasey).


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