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3.57 stars 3.57/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews

Thank god its finally over 0

6 months later, the event that didn't want to end finally has... what comes out of this awful event, besides the mounting evidence of atrocious writing? Xavier dead and more mutants. There, I saved you $50+ and 6 months of disappointment. For such a hyped event you think Marvel could have lined up better writing teams. From the start, the art has been spot on but as the months went on, I felt more and more obligated to buy this book and regretted purchasing it due to the horrendous writing.But M...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Snyder Strikes Again! 0

Bone chillingly beautiful and brutally well written. If that isn't enough for you then imagine Arcane narrating the story. This issue was so twisted, sick and gruesome I can't begin to imagine how next month's issue will top it. Seeing the world through Arcane's eyes is such a brilliant idea, and its so well written that you can taste how much he hates the red and the rot.   5/5 I WANT MORE!!!...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

DC does it again (eyeroll) 0

 I'll keep this short and sweet.  I Regret spending 2.99 on this book. I Was already leaning towards dropping this series and after this issue I will. it seemed rushed, poorly written, and the only thing making it readable was the art. If you want to shell out 2.99 for a pitiful excuse for a setup story which will leave a sour taste in your mouth, then pick up this book. This series has fallen far from its #1 which was incredibly strong and will undoubtedly be on the chopping block.  2/5 for the...

0 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Good follow up to a strong first issue 0

The story picks up right where #1 left off and we are learning more about what's in Remy's chest. The story quickly progresses into a beautifully laid out museum heist where Gambit finds himself face to face with an unexpected acquaintance. Without giving to much of the story away, Remy now has a destination and it looks like its going to be an interesting ride, judging from next months cover.  While I don't think this book was as strong as #1, it was still a good read and just as its predecesso...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Great first issue 0

I can't understand why Gambit #1 has been getting such negative reviews on other websites. I thought this was an incredibly strong first issue that was well written with beautiful art.   Now, I must admit that I don't know much about gambit, but Asmus wrote this in a way where a new reader did not have to know a lot about him. You quickly learn that there has been much change in his life, that he hasn't thieved in a while and there is a great cliffhanger at the end.  In the end I gave this book ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

One of the strongest books of the week 0

Brubaker does not disappoint with Winter Soldier #9. The writing is strong from start to finish and the beautifully rugged art meshes perfectly with story. The twist at the end has me wishing I could get my hands on #10 right now, but I guess I'll have to wait another month. If you are not picking up Winter Soldier, you are missing out on an amazing ride. Brubaker will be missed once his run ends.   5/5 A MUST READ!...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

None of the power, all of the responsibility 0

"All of the power, none of the responsibility" That's what the premise of the book used to be up until a couple of issues ago. This book went from a must read to being dropped from my list after this months issue. Kaine has gone from a grade a badass to a whipping boy. I can't even express how disappointed I am in this title, the premise was so great, Kaine was breaking hands and fingers a couple of books ago and now hes running with his tail between his legs from the Rangers. And speaking...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.