Even so, for readers of "Cable", this story represents a fairly important feature-length installment worth reading in place of this month's absent issue. Meanwhile, those who aren't reading "Cable" might still enjoy it, as it presents a self-contained flavor of how the series works. It's nothing more than that, but in fairness, it isn't trying to be, and succeeds in doing exactly what it attempts to. Read Full Review
King-Size Cable #1 does a whole heck of a lot right, but it stumbles just before the finish line. If you can stomach that, then by all means give this entertaining book a read. As a side note, let me just say that Cable has got to be one of the most frustrating series I have ever invested in. It does just enough to keep me hooked, but always, it manages to let me down in some way month in and month out. One of these days everything is going to click, I just hope that day comes sooner than later. Read Full Review
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