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Marvel teases ‘X of Swords’ with ‘Cable’ #4 image

The path to X of Swords goes through Cable #4.

Marvel Comics has a new “path to X of Swords” teaser on their hands and it comes from Cable #4, on sale in September!

This is the fourth teaser formatted similarly with a teaser for X-Men #11, Excalibur #11, and Cable #3 already posted by AIPT. Check it out below:

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X of Swords

The image has a caption that reads, “He knew everything” and appears to have Cable and Apocalypse (or is that old Cable) laying down in a similar position.

Cable #4 is written by Gerry Duggan with art by Phil Noto and letters by VC’s Joe Sabino. It’s out September 2020

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