Name: Gambit Height: 6' 1" Weight: 175 lbs Eyes: Burning Red Hair: Brown
POWER RATINGS Intelligence: 2 Strength: 2 Speed: 2 Durability: 2 Energy Projection: 2 Fighting Skills: 3
Always an outsider, Remy LeBeau was shunned as a youth because of his strange, burning-red eyes. Eventually, he realized he was a mutant - gifted with the ability to charge inanimate objects with explosively released biokinetic energy. In Gambit's hands, even the most benign implement becomes an exploding projectile. However, he most often relies on kinetically charged playing cards. A reformed thief and charming scoundrel, the ragin' Cajun always has a card up his sleeve!
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Reviews of Gambit
4.50 stars from Dr Nightmare
Gambit's suit always seemed kinda wierd, but he always covered it up with that long brown trench-coat so it really doesn't matter how goofy it is. And when you're busy trying to dodge his exploding projectiles, you don't have time to question his fashion sense...
Gambit is 6 inches to the top of his hair, but about 5.85 to the top of his head (not that big of a deal but it annoys some people, mainly me). The head sculpt is great, the eyes are black with red pupils, his hair is just right, and he has a classic smirk across his face (you can almost tell there's some French in him). He wears his regular black/lavender/blue suit and also comes with a brown coat. It looks like Movie Punisher's but it is much better. It also helps make him look . . . Read More
Subseries from Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) Toy Series
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