Gambit - Volume 2: Tombstone Blues (Marvel Now) Paperback – 23 Jul 2013
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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.