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  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US (23 July 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785165487
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785165484
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 0.6 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 189,516 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Squirr-El TOP 50 REVIEWER on 28 Oct. 2013
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The story running through issues #8-12 of Marvel Now's new Gambit title is collected, along with the Gambit/Hawkeye story from A=X #3, as Gambit - Volume 2: Tombstone Blues (Marvel Now). Is an entertaining if lightweight adventure story that could easily have been a Wolverine story, or featured almost any other minorish character. However, it is entertaining, with good scripting and artwork, but nothing to make it a truly memorable or groundbreaking story - which is not a bad thing in itself, for, as the saying goes, if you eat a banquet every day, you soon get bloated. The first story is a relatively stand alone adventure, as Gambit has to go and rescue a party of University students who have entered the Forever City on a sort of archaeological dig, only to be eaten by big evolved monsters. Well, some of them are. It is up to Gambit to rescue the survivors. The nest four issues involve hunting down Joelle, an ex-partner from the previous storyline - see Gambit - Volume 1: Once a Thief... (Marvel Now) - who is trying to trade some information to gangland boss Tombstone, who is holed up in the latest supervillain bar/nightclub to be opened in New York (and there is a reference to the Punisher's visit to the previous establishment). Anyway, needless to ay something goes wrong with the negotiations - thanks to Gambit - and soon he and Joelle are off to the secret Hydra laboratory to recover the McGuffin that will cure Joelle's sick daughter.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nunya Biznis on 24 Aug. 2013
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After this Volume this title has just become my favorite current comic! The only problem is that this will be the penultimate issue! (why Marvel? Why?). I don't know what else to say other buy this book because it is nothing short of brilliant and there is a 99% chance you will love it!
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By aaron smith on 1 April 2015
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i did like the gambit comics
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By Abdul Mumin on 4 May 2015
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Excellent!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This was a great series 8 Aug. 2013
By Ryan Read - Published on Amazon.com
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Since the early 1990s, Gambit has been my favorite X-Men. I always loved the thief with a heart of gold who used playing cards as part of his mutant powers. James Asmus came in in 2012 and brought us a Remy that we could route for and didn't fall back on deconstructing the character at all. While a great series, it was sad to see it end. Vol 2 of Tombstone Blues brings together all the plot lines during year 1 and shows just why the classic Spider-Man villain, Tombstone is as bad as you can get. I highly recommend this series and collection.
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Poor Gambit. Nobody takes him seriously, not even the authors of his story. 4 Dec. 2013
By Lauren M - Published on Amazon.com
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I have and always will love Remy, but I wish more was done to develop his character. Unfortunately, it didn't happen here.

He is all over the place in this novel, running around with no direction and getting into all sorts of trouble. First he plays the ardent anti-hero determined to save the damsel in distress (whether she wants his help or not). Then his angry ex shows up to mess with his mind.

Fans of the thief will be happy to have a whole novel dedicated to Remy, but if you are just looking to sink your teeth into a good story, then skip this one.

This is a story of Remy going off on his own to raise hell. It's a fun ride, but there really is no point to this novel. Gambit doesn't know what he wants or who he loves and his frustration carries to the reader. He is taking a break from the x-men, but doesn't want to cross the judicial line and return to being a criminal. He is determined to save a woman that wants nothing to do with him. Despite the clever one-liners, it's kind of pathetic.
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