EARTH-58162 (EARTH-CABLE TAKEN OVER BY TECHNO VIRUS)
Type: Alternate Earth
Environment: Semi-Earth-like but completely infested with techno-organic virus
Usual means of access: Vibrational attunement, especially Forge's teleportation harness
Dominant Life Form: Techno-organic virus
Significant Inhabitants: Cable
First Appearance: Cable/Deadpool#16 (August, 2005)
(Cable/Deadpool#16 (fb) - BTS) - This Earth's Cable became consumed by the techno-organic virus that had infected him all his life. However, this mechanical virus then adopted as its program Cable's dream of unification and an end to conflict. This resulted in the techno virus consuming all beings on the planet, flooding the landscape, with Cable designated as the First One.
(Cable/Deadpool#16) - From Earth-616 and hunting for the missing Cable, Deadpool used Forge's interspatial and intraspatial teleportation harness to find him across dimensions. He ended up on Earth-. The techno-organic virus immediately detected the new organic lifeform and and injected his system with the virus to incorporate him into its system. Cannonball and Siryn (both of Earth-616) then arrived, pursuing Deadpool across dimensions and promptly blasted away at techno-Cable. Deadpool's body was being quickly transformed, but his mind and body ultimately rejected the virus, causing chaotic feedback to the virus, giving the three transdimensional visitors time to escape.
Comments: Created by Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (pencils) and Udon (inks).
This reality's designation was revealed in the OHotMU hardcover, vol.4
Profile by Grendel Prime.
Earth- has no known connections to:
This Earth's Cable had been consumed by the techno-organic virus inside his body. His completely transformed body was the only humanoid form left on the planet. Now part of the techno virus, his metallic form could control mechanical tendrils about him and he tried to consume Deadpool but was this was stopped by Siryn and Cannonball of Earth-616 before being overpowered and staggered by feedback after trying to assimilate Deadpool's quirky mind.
Cable/Deadpool#16, p15, pan2 (main image)
Cable/Deadpool#16 (August, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (pencils), Udon (inks), Nicole Wiley (editor)
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Last Updated: 03/29/09
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