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Marvel Comics teases the Light of Galador Sword in 'Cable' #3
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Marvel Comics teases the Light of Galador Sword in ‘Cable’ #3

So just how powerful is the Light of Galador Sword?

Marvel Comics has teased one of the swords in the X-Men X of Swords event coming in September and it appears to belong to Cable.

In the teaser below, a character off-panel is mentioning the sword that has “been lost for a long time.”

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Back in March, Marvel.com had the 411 on the sword:

Apparently, the blade is called The Light of Galador, and it once belonged to Morn of the Spaceknights. The Spaceknights played a key role in protecting the Marvel Universe from the Dire Wraiths—but their planet, Galador, was lost to the war with the Builders during INFINITY (2013). Now that The Light of Galador has been found, three hibernating Spaceknights have awakened. They believe that the blade can restore their homeworld.

The teaser is from Cable #3, out August 19th, by Gerry Duggan, Phil Noto, and VC’s Joe Sabino.

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