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Quote1 Funny. We're two of the strongest mutants in the world and tragedies like this can still make us feel powerless. Quote2
-- Jean Grey

Appearing in "A Hope Summers & Jean Grey Story"Edit

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EXTERMINATION AFTERMATH!

A Death in the Family!

In the aftermath of Extermination, the X-Men mourn for their fallen brother, Cable. But no one is taking it harder than his adopted daughter, Hope Summers. Will Hope be able to cope with the loss, or will she be led down a dark path that she won’t be able to return from? Only Jean Grey can save Hope from herself! Plus, celebrate the life of Nathan Summers with a story from his past by Chris Claremont!

Appearing in "A Cyclops & Corsair Story"Edit

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  • It is mentioned in narration that Cable was named "Nathan" in honor of his paternal great-grandfather. However, his paternal great-grandfather's name is Philip, not Nathan. Moreover, as mentioned in X-Factor #37, Madelyne named him "Nathan", because as a child Cyclops was bullied by a boy named Nathan and hated this name ever since. It is actually his second name "Christopher" that was given to him in honor of his relatives, but grandfather, instead of great-grandfather.


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