|Gambit | Comics|
Even after years of practice Remy still had trouble controlling his vast powers and he sought the aid of the geneticist Mister Sinister to help him up. With Gambit in the lead, Sinister formed The Marauders and orchestrated the “Mutant Massacre” on the Morlocks. His attempt to stop them proved fruitless and he barely survived from the feral mutant Sabretooth, along with a young Marrow.
Gambit joined the ranks of X-Men with the help of the then powerless Storm. There he met fellow mutant Rogue and they both fell in love. Later, Magneto held him on a mock-trial for his role in the infamous Morlock Massacre and soon Remy is met by his counterpart New Sun from another dimension, who came to destroy him.
When X-Man Bishop traveled to present from the future, he recognized Gambit as the fabled witness of the “Onslaught” event. Remy was tricked by the eternal mutant Apocalypse and become his Horseman of Death. Eventually he battled his former teammates and moved to Sinister’s Marauders with Sunfire. During Messiah CompleX, Wolverine stabbed him to learn Cable’s location and Remy left Sinister to retrieve Xavier’s recently deceased body.
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|Gambit Re-Joins The Marauders|
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Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Softcover)
Wolverine – Tales of Weapon X (Hardcover)
X-Men – Gambit Classic Vol 01
X-Men – Wolverine/Gambit (Softcover)
X-Men – Wolverine/Gambit (Hardcover)
X-Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee Omnibus Volume 01
Gambit is a fictional mutant superhero of Marvel Comics who happens to be an honorary member of the mutant adventurer team of X-Men. The character was created by the creator duo of writer Chris Claremont (Captain Britain, Contest of Champions II) and artist Jim Lee (All-Star Batman and Robin, Divine Right) in 1990 and he appeared on the Uncanny X-Men Annual issue #14.
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Gambit soon became a very famous character from Marvel Universe and appeared in a few limited series of his own, a couple of monthly ongoing and many other comic book appearances. The character of Gambit was portrayed in a live action film by Taylor Kitsch in the 2009 film X-Men Origins – Wolverine.
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