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Now what is more fun, from this interview, it sounds like Magneto may have a big role in Secret Invasion. That was my favorite moment as well.
Next favorite was Exodus getting owned by the psychic defenses of a man with a hole in his brain. Just read this issue, and thought it was fantastic.
I'm glad to see Sentinel back to normal I definitely hope X is not a skrull. Gamble made sure that the Stone would pass to the hands of Merlin who would create the Blade.
Gamble indicated that he was already familiar with Terminatrix and the Anachronauts through an unrecorded adventure. It took place in his past and in their future.
Gamble is mentioned as serving in the board of directors of the Penance Corps. He assembled a group of thieves which he named " X-Ternals ", who stole from Apocalypse's regime and the mutant aristocracy to provide food and medicines to the humans still living in New York.
He also had an affair with Lila Cheney , despite the fact that he had not gotten over Rogue. When Magneto put into action his plan to save Charles Xavier , Gambit agreed to steal a shard of the M'Kraan Crystal with the aid of his X-Ternals.
Gambit and the X-Ternals were chased by Mudir Rictor and later faced the Shi'ar. However, Gambit obtained the shard of the Crystal, giving up in exchange for it his undying love for Rogue.
Gambit thought that he had now lost his ability to love. The group returned to Earth; however, Gambit lost both the Crystal shard and Magneto and Rogue's son, Charles, to the traitor Guido when he threatened to kill Lila.
Despite this, Gambit was accepted back into the X-Men when they launched a mission to get into Apocalypse's citadel to rescue Magneto and put his plan into action.
Gambit killed the crazed Colossus when his desire to save his sister Illyana threatened the mission. Following the death of Apocalypse and the fall of his regime, Gambit once again became a member of the X-Men.
During the AoA's 10th anniversary, Gambit was part of the X-Men and helped Magneto eliminate the remaining forces still loyal to Apocalypse. This included helping the X-Men get rid of the Hellions.
Magneto later became injured while telling the Morlocks that they were free, and when he was recuperating, Quicksilver detected mutant signatures of Apocalypse's former soldiers in Mexico.
Magneto then left with Quicksilver, Gambit, and Sunfire. The Guthrie siblings later attacked the X-Men's base, taking Rogue and Charles Lensherr captive.
Magneto, Sunfire, Gambit, and Quicksilver returned to the base and defeated the Guthries. Magneto then revealed his secret regarding Sinister, leading the X-Men to Sinister 's lab in New York.
The X-Men then fought the Sinister Six , and during the fight, Gambit, Nightcrawler , and Dazzler were sucked into Cloak. Nightcrawler managed to save Dazzler, but not Gambit, resulting in Gambit's presumed death, though it was not confirmed.
The X-Men later buried their dead and created a tombstone for Gambit whose full text is not seen, but ending in " However, it appears that luck was indeed at Gambit's side after all, as he was rescued in time from the Darkforce Dimension at some point and was greeted by the X-Men team later.
In the future timeline that is the home of the X-Man Bishop Earth , the X-Men were wiped out in by someone recorded only as 'The X-Traitor'.
However, there was apparently one survivor of the attack, a man called " The Witness. He and Bishop had an antagonistic relationship at that time.
When Bishop came to the past, he recognized Gambit's face as that of the Witness. Later, the Witness was revealed to have been living happily in New Orleans, unchanged from how Bishop will know him in 80 years' time.
He met the young Remy Lebeau, and had a set of trophies from countless battles across time fans noticed Captain America 's shattered shield, the red power suit from The Greatest American Hero , and Hellboy 's Right Hand of Doom.
He claimed to be pantemporal, capable of seeing all things in all realities at all times. The fact that he was even capable of conversing with Bishop or anyone else in a linear fashion is apparently due to his sense of humor.
In Exiles , Gambit of Earth was the team leader of Weapon X the ruthless counterpart to the heroic Exiles , having replaced Sabretooth. With Weapon X they had to work with Iron Man , the fascist monarch of Earth, to kill all of the Inhumans.
They succeeded and went to the next reality. It appeared that he and Storm on his team had been in a relationship and that back in his alternative reality he and Storm another one from his alternative reality were married.
Storm was now dead and replaced by Hyperion. In this mission, Weapon X was supposed to kill the ten remaining mutants in this reality, but this evil version of Hyperion wanted to be the ruler of this Earth.
The heroes did not want to murder anyone, but a battle with Hyperion soon followed. Hyperion shot off Gambit's arm, forcing Gambit to retreat into the Morlock tunnels.
Hyperion murdered most of the Weapon X team. Finally, the Exiles appeared and determined the true nature of the mission although they initially refused to go through with it.
They were to kill six members of Weapon X and the Exiles. Hyperion and an evil version of Ms. Marvel who had already taken care of most of the killing forced them to fight.
In the end, Hyperion was seemingly killed by Gambit after Blink had injured him sufficiently to make him vulnerable.
Gambit was disintegrated in the blast. It was revealed later that Hyperion resurrected himself and took control of the Panoptichron.
It was also revealed that every Weapon X and Exiles team member who died or was sent home were frozen into a crystal wall in that palace. When the Exiles found the place, there were many fallen heroes—-Gambit among them.
Gambit's body is returned to his home dimension for burial in. In New Exiles , a very different version of Gambit was shown.
Still called Remy, attracted to Rogue and sometimes speaking approximate Cajun, this version was the son of Namor and Sue Storm. He has four siblings and the power to breathe underwater as well as the force field projection capabilities of his mother.
He saved Rogue when she was injured and drowning to her death. He was then flown by her to his family, which they saved together. Gambit makes a brief appearance in House of M as a thief being caught by Carol Danvers.
A zombie Gambit is seen as one of the dozens of super-powered zombies attacking Doctor Doom 's castle trying to reach the uninfected humans inside. This is after being seen on S.
This takes place in Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness. In Marvel Zombies 3 , Gambit is one of the many zombies trying to slay and eat the Silver Surfer.
Next, Gambit's chest is blasted through, then his head, from the jaw up, is knocked off, by the cosmically powered zombies.
In the Mutant X universe, Gambit was in a fatal accident when he was attempting to save his foster daughter.
He was accompanied by Bloodstorm at the time and begged her to turn him into a vampire so that he didn't have to die. She reluctantly accepted his request and became Gambit's sire.
He was very unhappy with the creature he had become, blaming Bloodstorm for what she had done to him, and ran away. Since his eyes were naturally red, no one in the Thieves' Guild noticed any difference in Gambit, only making it easier for him to continue to feed.
For a time, Gambit worked to prevent Bloodstorm from feeding on sentient beings, such as the thieving Marauders and otherwise innocent vampire-wannabes.
Later, Gambit was forced to join Havok's team The Six , and while there, received a partial cure for his vampirism from the Brute.
With the serum he devised, it granted both Gambit and Bloodstorm a reprieve from their blood lust and gave them the ability to walk in the sunlight.
However, Gambit's appreciation did not run deep. When the team was in crisis-fighting the combined might of the Goblyn Force , Count Dracula , and the Beyonder , Gambit stole the team's jet and flew away with his adopted daughter Raven, never to be seen again.
Appearing in the Gambit mini-series, Gambit is called New Son Sun X-Cutioner II in Earth reality. In his own reality, the New Sun's kinetic charging powers had flared out of control, burning the world and killing everyone.
As a result, the New Sun hunted down and killed versions of himself in other realities to ensure that they would not repeat his mistakes.
New Sun is not limited to inorganic matter and can convert matter into energy at a sub-molecular level so it vaporizes or explodes. He also has the ability to time travel, can propel himself by a wave-like aura and can transplant matter through time and space, as well as being able to biokinetically augment all his physical abilities to superhuman levels.
In this reality, New Sun was never adopted by the Thieves Guild, so his real name is not "Remy LeBeau". New Sun was raised with his full power and intended to become the fulfillment of an ancient Guild prophecy to create Heaven on Earth.
However, things went wrong when he charged up his power in a special ritual—a chain reaction was started that caused everyone on Earth beside himself to burn up.
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This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? He agreed to return to the team, mainly for his self-respect and for Rogue. At one point, he became the field leader of a branch of X-Men.
His love for Rogue was still intact, but her inability to control her powers made her break it off out of fear of hurting him.
Meanwhile, the New Son revealed his true identity after organizing an assassination game for a cadre of superpowered mercenaries with Remy as the target.
The attempt failed, and Remy learned that the New Son was an alternate reality version of himself. In his reality, the New Son's kinetic charging powers had flared out of control, burning the world and killing everyone but himself.
This incredible power was the reason for his true name, New Sun — not "son" as Remy previously thought.
In Bishop's future timeline, Bishop stumbles upon a video from the past with Jean Grey making a frantic call to any X-Men she can find.
She says that the X-Men have been betrayed by "one of their own" and it appears in the video that she is the last one left and is killed in the video.
Disturbed by this, Bishop seeks "The Witness", a man who is said to be the last person who has ever seen the X-Men of the past alive.
He enters a citadel of sorts where he confronts an old and withered but plucky man with long gray hair sitting on a throne, with two blonde women to either side of him.
When Bishop confronts him as to who killed the X-Men the Witness acts as though he knows, but refuses to tell and Bishop is thrown out of the citadel.
When Bishop comes to the X-Men in their original timeline, he meets Gambit and is sure that he is the same old man in Bishop's future and that it was Gambit who was the "Traitor" that killed the X-Men.
For some time, he continues to watch Gambit's every step until he is finally convinced some time later that Gambit was not the Traitor with Onslaught being revealed to be the traitor.
The reason behind Gambit being called the Witness in Bishop's timeline has not been revealed. In the Messiah Complex, it was revealed that the Witness was killed by the Marauders in their efforts to destroy anyone with.
Gambit and Rogue rejoined the X-Men soon after Sage jump-started his powers, and they were placed on Havok's team.
In their first mission back, Gambit was temporarily blinded by one of his energized cards that went off by his face. Rogue tried to console Gambit during his recovery, but their relationship became strained once more as he became more and more frustrated with his blindness and their lack of touch after Rogue's powers returned.
He started lashing out at Rogue, most of the time verbally. As a result, Rogue took some time away from Gambit. While he lost his vision, Gambit developed an ability to read his playing cards like they were tarot cards and he was able to predict the attack by the Brotherhood.
A little while later, during Christmas celebrations, Rogue asked Sage to once again jump start Gambit's powers, in the process, healing his vision.
During the story arc with Golgotha, Gambit revealed some deep insecurities he had about his relationship with Rogue; not only did he say that "Maybe dis no-touching thing is getting to me As a result of the accusation, Logan kissed Rogue, but she broke it off before it caused any major damage.
Gambit then began to realize what he was saying, questioning his love for Rogue, but soon after began to suffer from hallucinations that he was fighting Mister Sinister.
However, Rogue and Gambit soon realized that Golgotha made them say things they did not mean and before the final battle, they 'kissed' through their space suit helmets.
Once back at the mansion, Gambit and Rogue moved into the same room to try and build some intimacy and began telepathic therapy with Emma Frost. They soon found out that with all the emotional baggage going on in their minds, they were still unable to make physical contact mentally.
This would cause even more strain when the new student, Foxx, joins Gambit's team and attempts to seduce him.
Rogue's foster mother Mystique was displeased with Rogue's choice of lovers and infiltrated Xavier's Institute by shapeshifting into a student called Foxx.
She joined Gambit's squad in an attempt to ruin his relationship with Rogue. After Gambit resisted her charms, Mystique reverted to her true form and then offered Gambit something significantly more difficult to refuse: she transformed into Rogue and offered Gambit a Rogue with whom he could have a physical relationship, claiming that she was only trying to help relieve the increasing frustrations between the two lovers; " Rogue eventually discovered her mother's presence in the school and that Gambit knew she was there.
To date, Gambit denies that he slept with Mystique, but there is yet to be a verification of his account. Upon the return of Apocalypse , Gambit submitted himself to the villain and was transformed into one of Apocalypse's Horsemen, Death.
Gambit intended to infiltrate himself into Apocalypse's ranks in order to protect the X-Men from the Dark Lord's eventual betrayal, but he miscalculated, as the transformation process warped his mind as well as his body.
After becoming Death, Gambit's hair turned white and his skin turned deep black. Despite having his mind and body twisted, Gambit retained a large portion of his former self, stating to Apocalypse, "I'm both Death and Gambit", and he also remembered his love for Rogue as he could not bring himself to kill her.
Gambit and Sunfire then returned to the Xavier Institute to claim Polaris. Gambit, in an attempt to free all ties with his old self, tried to kill Rogue and would have been successful had it not been for Pulse neutralizing Gambit's powers.
After the X-Men defeated Apocalypse, Sunfire left with Gambit to help him clear Apocalypse's brainwashing and live as entirely new beings, only to then be approached by Mister Sinister.