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• Desperately searching for a means to destroy the pilfered artifact that’s cursed him, Gambit journeys deep into the jungles of Guatemala with a mysterious ally, in search of a lost temple. But instead of answers, he may just find betrayal!

Story by James Asmus
Art by Clay Mann
Cover by Clay Mann

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.5
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  1. Still pretty ok. Sadly, pretty ok is not enough in this economy…

  2. I dropped this series after this issue. This makes me sad. Gambit is the best x-man, and this series is not doing him justice.

  3. This book didn’t seem to fit my image of Gambit. This almost didn’t feel like a Gambit book it was more of a Indiana Jones fan fiction or something. In that way it was great but idk i want the guy in the trench coat throwing cards and spinning around on his stick…

  4. Liked the first 2 issues but this seemed to take a strange turn. Going to stick with it for few more issues just because I like Gambit and want this to work.

  5. This issue of Gambit has “Indiana Jones” written all over it, but it’s not a bad thing; it’s pretty fun actually. Shared art duties, however, make me cringe, especially when you go from Clay Mann’s amazing pencils to… well, not Clay Mann’s amazing pencils.

    Please check my mini-review of Gambit #3 here:

    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

  6. I didn’t get Indiana Jones as much as I got Lara Croft and a side kick

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