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Series: Cable -1993

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Cable (1993) #-1 Flashback - The Devil's Herald by James RobinsonFlashback
Cable (1993) #1 - Rocks and Waves by Fabian Nicieza1
Cable (1993) #2 - Mired In Destiny by Fabian Nicieza2
Cable (1993) #3 - Twenty Questions by Fabian Nicieza3
Cable (1993) #4 - A Leader Among Men by Fabian Nicieza4
Cable (1993) #5 - Sincerely Yours, Sincerely Mine by Fabian Nicieza5
Cable (1993) #6 - Fathers and Sons:Part One:Sunset Breaks by Fabian Nicieza6
Cable (1993) #7 - Fathers and Sons:Part Two: Illuminated Knights by Fabian Nicieza7
Cable (1993) #8 - Fathers and Sons:Part Three: Dayspring by Fabian Nicieza8
Cable (1993) #9 - The Killing Field: In Humanity by Fabian Nicieza9
Cable (1993) #10 - The Killing Field Part 2: Like Lambs to the Slaughter by Fabian Nicieza10
Cable (1993) #11 - The Killing Field Part 3: Divide and Conquer by Fabian Nicieza11
Cable (1993) #12 - The Quick and the Dead by Scott Lobdell12
Cable (1993) #13 - A Kiss Before Dying by Glen Allen Herdling13
Cable (1993) #14 - Son of the Goblin Queen by Glen Allen Herdling14
Cable (1993) #15 - Shadows by Jeph Loeb15
Cable (1993) #16 - The Phalanx Sanction by Larry Hama16
X-Men: Origin of Generation X (Phalanx Covenant) by Scott Lobdell16
Cable (1993) #17 - The Calling by Jeph Loeb17
Cable (1993) #18 - Judgement Day by Jeph Loeb18
Cable (1993) #19 - In the Name of the Father by Jeph Loeb19
Cable (1993) #20 - A Legion Quest Addendum: An Hour of Last Things by Jeph Loeb20
Cable (1993) #21 - ...Our Regularly Scheduled Program... by Jeph Loeb21
Cable (1993) #22 - Sanctuary by Jeph Loeb22
Cable (1993) #23 - Family Secrets by Jeph Loeb23
Cable (1993) #24 - Lost Souls by Jeph Loeb24
Cable (1993) #25 - What Was...What Is... by Jeph Loeb25
Cable (1993) #26 - The Long Way Home by Jeph Loeb26
Cable (1993) #27 - Rebels by Jeph Loeb27
Cable (1993) #28 - Tick...Tick...Tick by Jeph Loeb28
Cable (1993) #29 - Man In the Mirror by Jeph Loeb29
Cable (1993) #30 - For Every Action by Jeph Loeb30
Cable (1993) #31 - ...There Is a Reaction by Jeph Loeb31
Cable (1993) #32 - Venting by Jeph Loeb32
Cable (1993) #33 - Never Is a Very Short Time by Jeph Loeb33
Cable (1993) #34 - Loose Cannons by Jeph Loeb34
Cable (1993) #35 - It Is Always Darkest by Jeph Loeb35
Cable (1993) #36 - The Gift by Jeph Loeb36
Cable (1993) #37 - True Lies by Jeph Loeb37
Cable (1993) #38 - In Perspective by Jeph Loeb38
Cable (1993) #39 - All Things Great and Small by Jeph Loeb39
Cable (1993) #40 - Into the Dark by Todd Dezago40
Cable (1993) #41 - The Depths of Time by Todd Dezago41
Cable (1993) #42 - Tolerance by Todd Dezago42
Cable (1993) #43 - Broken Soldiers by Todd Dezago43
Cable (1993) #44 - Temptations In the Wilderness by James Robinson44
Cable (1993) #45 - Moving Target, Part One: No Escape by James Robinson45
Cable (1993) #46 - Moving Target, Part Two: Siege by James Robinson46
Cable (1993) #47 - Moving Target, Part Three: Man to Man by James Robinson47
Cable (1993) #48 - Dirty Secrets by James Robinson48
Cable (1993) #49 - Weary Knights & Shabby Paladins by James Robinson49
Cable (1993) #50 - And He Shall Be Called...Man by James Robinson50
Cable (1993) #53 - Beautiful Friend by Joe Casey53
Cable #72 - Broken Pillars by Shon Bury72
Cable #75 - Who is Worthy to Break the Seals...? by Joe Pruett75
X-Men vs. Apocalypse Vol. 1: The Twelve (v. 1) by Chris Claremont73-76
X-Men: Dream's End by Scott Lobdell87
X Force and Cable Annual 1995 by Richard StarkingsAnnual #1
X Force and Cable Annual 1996 by John Francis MooreAnnual #2
Cable Classic, Volume 1 by Fabian Nicieza1-4, Blood & Metal, New Mutants 87 collected
Cable Classic, Volume 2 by Fabian Nicieza5-14 collected
Cable Classic, Volume 3 by Jeph Loeb15-20 & Wolverine 85 collected

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