should he get his own series
Cage works better as the voice of reason/everyman on a team of superheroes than he does as a solo operative. He's become sort of a Green Arrow type character who cares more about actually improving conditions for people than about wearing his underwear on the outside and punching space aliens in the face. He helps bring a bit of realism to a team book. However, his powers are simply too generic and uninteresting to justify a solo book. His history is also a bit cliche' (secret prison experiments are so 1970s). In addition, the Heroes For Hire had a terrible cast of villains. Not a single interesting one in the bunch. I love the character, but I only love him when he's got a bunch of goofy superheroes around him for contrast.
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