X-Men Gambit : the complete collection
Book - 2018
"The Cajun rages on! Join Gambit on a time-tossed trip to the 19th century, and discover how the Thieves' Guild was shaped by Candra...and Mr. Sinister! Back in the present, Remy needs help - and Rogue flies to his aid! Thanks to Gambit's evolving powers, he can finally greet her with a kiss - but as his abilities get more unstable, any thoughts of romance will be short-lived. Gambit's destiny looms as he takes leadership of the Guild - assuming he can survive an Assassination Game against deadly villains like Bullseye, Constrictor, Zaran, Deadpool...and Archangel? And what are X-Cutioner and Ego the Living Planet doing here?! Gambit will finally discover the secret of his mysterious patron, the New Son - but is he hero ...or villain, and what will Gambit have to sacrifice to triumph?"--Page  of cover, v. 2.
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New York, NY :
Marvel Worldwide, Inc
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- Item Description
- At head of title: Marvel.
"X-Men created by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby"--Title page.
Originally published in magazine form as: Gambit (1999) #1/2, #1-11, Gambit annual '99; Marvel authentix: Gambit #1; and X-Men unlimited (1993) #18 [v. 1] ; Gambit (1997) 12-25, Anual 2000 [v. 2]
Volume 1. Writers, Tom DeFalco & Fabian Nicieza ; pencilers, Marcelo Frusin, Steve Skroce, Walter McDaniel & Mat Broome with Pasqual Ferry & Anthony Williams.
Volume 2. Writers, Fabian Nicieza, Scott Lobdell, & Joe Pruett ; pencilers, Anthony Williams, Yanick Paquette, Cam Smith, Joe St. Pierre & Georges Jeanty with Steve Skroce, Kaare Andrews, Charles Adlard & Thomas Derenick ; inkers, Andy Lanning, Sean Parsons, Cam Smith, Eric Cannon & Dan Green with Rodney Ramos, Kaare Andrews, Charles Adlard, Rich Perrotta & John Stanisco ; colorists, Shannon Blanchard, Tom Smith & Kevin Tinsley ; letterers, Richard Starkings & Comicrafts Troy Peteri.
- Physical Description
- volumes : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 26 cm