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Nathan Christopher Charles Summers was born to Scott and Madelyne Pryor-Summers, as a weapon for Mr. Sinister to use against Apocalypse, and has been fighting in wars most of his life. A powerful mutant telepath and telekinetic, Nathan was so powerful that his powers manifested at a young age. After his mother died trying to sacrifice him, Nathan was infected by Apocalypse with the Techno-Organic Virus, that was set to kill him, until his father sent him into the future for treatment. After being raised as the Askani'son, the one destined to kill Apocalypse, in the Clan Askani religion, Nathan became a hardened warrior and brilliant tactician. After founding the Clan Chosen and loosing the war, Nathan began to travel through time. Nathan eventually returned some fifteen years older than his father, calling himself Cable.

With immense powers often on the fritz, Cable sought to better the future of mankind, for he had seen the result of not doing so first-hand. After years of trying to eliminate threats, Cable eventually began a pacifist mentality and created the island Providence. After the birth of the messiah child, Cable faked his death and rescued her, taking her deep into the future, from the rogue X-Man, Bishop. After returning with an eighteen year old Hope Summers and died bringing X-Force back from stopping a scheme of Bastion.

During the conflict between the Avengers and the X-Men over the Phoenix, Cable discovered that while he was cured of the Techno-Virus, the long ravaging of his body lead to sever muscle atrophy in his left arm and parts of his face. Severally damaging his right eye. Cable sought out Forge to create new bionic parts to composite for his atrophy.

After Cable's younger self discovered that the presence of a group of time-displaced X-Men in the present would bring forth a catastrophic future, he set out to capture and neutralize the young mutant heroes. When the younger Cable targeted Iceman, the adult Cable tried to protect him. Cable's younger self blamed him for his actions, arguing he neglected his duty. Cable claimed that the young X-Men needed to see what would become of them so they could then return to their proper time with that knowledge and become better. The younger Cable got the upper hand, and murdered his future self, declaring that he had become too weak. Cable's body was found by a group of X-Men not long afterwards, including his family, Rachel Grey, his sister from another universe, the time-displaced young Cyclops, and both the time-displaced teenager Jean Grey and his mother, the adult Jean Grey, who all lamented Nathan's death and set out to find his murderer.

Current Version:

Former Versions:
Cable (Original)
Cable (Psi-Mitar)
Cable (Infonet)
Cable (X-Sanction)
Cable (Post Phoenix War)
Kid Cable