Gambit: House Of Cards [NOOK Book]

Overview

Collects Gambit #1-6. Ever wonder what Gambit gets up to when he's not out saving the world with the X-Men? Welcome to the exciting but treacherous terrain of the New Orleans underworld, where Gambit's skills and mastery are unquestioned but this time, his confidence might be his downfall!
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Gambit: House Of Cards

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Overview

Collects Gambit #1-6. Ever wonder what Gambit gets up to when he's not out saving the world with the X-Men? Welcome to the exciting but treacherous terrain of the New Orleans underworld, where Gambit's skills and mastery are unquestioned but this time, his confidence might be his downfall!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785178842
  • Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 487,248
  • File size: 60 MB
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2005

    Evil Tarot, the Big Easy, and Gambit

    This graphic, which reprints Gambit #1-6 (2004) is one of the best graphics from Marvel this year. The story revolves around Remy, as he takes some time away from the X-Men to return home. There, he is hired by a beautiful blond to steal infamously evil tarot cards from her uncle. But things are rarely simple for Gambit, and soon he¿s in trouble of every kind, being chased by the assassin¿s guild, jealous women, demons, and cops. Wolverine even pops in for an appearance, just for good measure. The story is engaging and the art is beautiful, very reminiscent of Adam Hughes or Terry Dodson. Jeanty is definitely an artist I¿d like to see more of. The writing is an odd mix of Claremont and Giffen¿s styles, action packed, character driven, and funny all at the same time. This graphic can be enjoyed by new comers to comics and veteran collectors alike, and it has my highest recommendations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    What a blast

    Gambit has always been my favorite and I was thrilled to see a short series just for him. I would love to see more as this really kicked butt!

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