Cable (2020-) #10 by Gerry Duggan

Cable (2020-) #10Cable (2020-) #10 by Gerry Duggan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Oh, the long standing tradition of terrible and/or horribly misunderstood British accents in X-Men comics continues…as people in this comic conflate English and Scottish accents multiple times. Which might be more excusable if Marvel didn’t have so many Brits writing for them. But never mind…

Cable continues to angst about Stryfe and seems to have made the decision to part ways with Krakoa and return to his own time, although Scott Summers is in full on dad mode and refuses to listen to his son.

Meanwhile we discover that the older version of Cable is not only not dead (which we knew) but appears to be in Limbo (which we didn’t). He also has the Light of Galador… which is the sword usually wielded by his younger self. So is the older Cable just the younger Cable grown up? I mean, on one level of course he is…but it’s all timey wimey and stuff, so that question actually makes some sense. I think. Maybe.

The art is, as ever, superb. I suspect that this title is building to a finale, and that young Cable will be getting replaced by old Cable, and probably a new #1. But we shall see…

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