My favorites are the first Gambit miniseries written by Howard Mackie, Lee Weeks and Klaus Janson, because this one really brings you down to Gambit's complicated life riddled with difficult choices and obligations, and Wolverine/Gambit; Victims by the super team-up of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, I think this story defines perfectly the psychology of the character and why he is the way he is.
Which are you favorite Gambit stories?
Hard to say really. Not much to choose from.
I wish I had that 1st Gambit mini and the Fabian Nicieza ongoing.
I have a couple issues of the last ongoing series. Nothing too spectacular there.
I do have Wolverine/Gambit. That was pretty good.
I did like Mike Carey's Gambit: Origins one shot too.
@stumpy49er: X-Men Origins; Gambit was pretty good, but sadly nothing new happens there.True!
@stumpy49er: The first mini you can find reprinted in trades like X-Men; Gambit Classics, the first monthly is a bitch to get, I'm still buying the issues I couldn't find, I live in Mexico CIty, some of the issues were sold out before I could get them, and there's the elusive Wizard exclusive #1/2 :SCool! I'll have to look for that.
Gambit's first miniseries and
This story shows why he's better off being solo or just teaming-up with one or two X-Men characters (not Rogue).
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