Gambit #2

    Gambit » Gambit #2 - Can't Shake You Loose released by Marvel on October 1, 2012.

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    The Ragin' Cajun Gambit has set his size on a major prize. But is this thief's eyes bigger than his stomach?



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    3.6 stars

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    The Plot Thickens 0

    A brilliant continuation to what was a more than impressive first issue. I said this last time and I'll say it again I just feel that Clay Mann's art really suites the Gambit as a character and James Asmus really seems to not just know how to right the character very good, but be able to right all these fancy we stealth thief trick whilst making it feel a bit real but also exciting.This issue continues not long after the last one left off. Gambit in the mean time has enlisted the help of Fence t...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A second decent issue 0

    The story so far as shown in Gambit #1. In the last issue we saw Gambit still a seemingly innocent-looking, yet worthwhile device of some sort, from a man named Borya Cich who earns part of his livelihood by funding supervillains. The Ragin’ Cajun attended a rather swanky gala at Cich’s immaculate mansion. In typical fashion, he chatted up an attractive, quick-witted woman who caught his eye while simultaneously eyeing up Cich’s security and covertly gathering all the information he would need t...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Good follow up to a strong first issue 0

    The story picks up right where #1 left off and we are learning more about what's in Remy's chest. The story quickly progresses into a beautifully laid out museum heist where Gambit finds himself face to face with an unexpected acquaintance. Without giving to much of the story away, Remy now has a destination and it looks like its going to be an interesting ride, judging from next months cover.  While I don't think this book was as strong as #1, it was still a good read and just as its predecesso...

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