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Gambit #1 (2012)
Writer: James Asmus / Artist: Clay Mann

 

Review Information

Reviewer: Jose Castellanos
Review Date: August 2012

Comic Information

Publisher: Marvel

8.0

out of 10

 

Marvel gives the charming mutant thief another chance at an ongoing title, this time reined in by writer and performer James Asmus. While his current duties have turned Gambit from hero to teacher, this new series focuses on the more naughty aspects of the character; and it is not just the thieving, but also the sneaky and seductive ways of Mr. LeBeau's that take the forefront in the book.

Speaking of, Remy's charismatic and downright sexy qualities are visually played out to perfection by artist Clay Mann; the words "cool" and "smooth" come to mind when trying to describe his pencils. Seth Mann uses super-fine ink lines that set the stage for Rachelle Rosenberg's beautiful watercolors and thus deliver picture-like renditions in every page. With a mix of James Bond and Mission: Impossible, "Once a Thief..." is a fantastic beginning for this fan favorite.


 






 
 



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