: The way I read C/DP Issue 26, Apocalypse
: referred to Cable as "Traveller" -
: I took it to just mean stranger (as Cable
: would be foreign to that time/place, so the
: locals would probably think he was a
: traveller from another place).
: Havent read the X-Force where Cable fought
: Skkorn - which issues was it?
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: I'm confused, having read the X-force where
: cable fights the Skkorn, who is the
: traveller, is it cable ? and why does he
: apparently die in Cable\deadpool #26?
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