Gambit #4

    Gambit » Gambit #4 - She's the End of the World released by Marvel on December 1, 2012.

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    The world-shaking conclusion of the first arc of Gambit's new ongoing series!

    Cursed by an ancient artifact, betrayed by his only ally, and staring down a Guatemalan god monster accidentally loosed on Earth, it's going to take all of Gambit's cunning to win the day this time!



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    "When in Doubt, Go with the Classics" 0

    This has been the series that has surprised me the most. I have always been a Gambit fan am happy to see him with a solo series again, and even happier to see him with a series that is good. I think Asmus has the character of to a tee and can't think of anyone who has drawn Gambit better than Mann has.This issue sees the conclusion to the first arc of the new Gambit series. Gambit and the mystery woman who we find out is called Joelle working together again to fighting of these snake like gods t...

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    Thieves and Dragons 0

    Clay Mann is an amazing artist, and here he proves it once again; not drawing super heroes, though, but the coolest dragon-like creatures ever. I wish he could work on entire issues, even if there is a delay in the title. The story wasn't that good, not sure what the purpose of the whole thing was.Please check my mini-review of Gambit #4 here: and feedback are always welcome!...

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