Kid Cable's Origin Revealed in March's X-Force #5

The fallout of Extermination continues long after its (delayed) final issue hits stands this week. Marvel has released the solicits for March's issues of X-Force by Ed Brisson and Dylan Burnett, continuing Ahab's quest to destroy all mutants in X-Force #4.

But in X-Force #5, it looks like we'll be taking a break from the action to explore the origins of Kid Cable, the younger version of Cable who went back in time to murder the older Cable and kidnap a bunch of the time-displaced teenage X-Men, only to somehow team up with the X-Men with no repercussions before Extermination was done.

Perhaps it will all be explained in X-Force #5?

Check out the solicits below, and find out in March.

X-FORCE #4
ED BRISSON (W)
DYLAN BURNETT (A)
Cover by PEPE LARRAZ
SPIDER-MAN VILLAINS
VARIANT COVER BY RON LIM
• Ahab has returned to exterminate X-Force!
• What twisted scheme is Ahab conducting that has attracted the attention of X-Force?
• The team has begun to put the pieces together, but will they figure it out in time to stop mass genocide?
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99

 

X-FORCE #5
ED BRISSON (W)
DAMIAN COUCEIRO (A)
Cover by PEPE LARRAZ
SPIDER-MAN VILLAINS VARIANT COVER BY TBA
• Spotlight on the kid called Cable!
• Before EXTERMINATION and before X-FORCE…young Nathan Summers was a mutant messiah warrior fighting against an apocalyptic future.
• But he wasn't supposed to arrive in our time until well into adulthood…so what happened?
• Find out in this issue!
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99

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