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Gambit is Basically the X-Men’s Version of Punisher

Gambit’s actions in this issue are strikingly similar to those of the Punisher in more ways than one. The Punisher is usually the only hero, or antihero, to kill members of New York’s crime families with Hammerhead even being one of his past victims in previous storylines, though here fans see Gambit going after them with murderous intent, wiping out the entire organization from the ground up just as the Punisher would have done. Not only was the choice in target similar to the Punisher, but the viciousness of Gambit’s attacks mirror the Punisher’s cruel killing methods as well. Gambit cooked Hammerhead’s brain and in doing so gave him a horrifying death rather than incapacitating him and bringing him to justice.

To add yet another similarity between the Punisher and Gambit in this issue is the fact that Gambit had no moral hang ups about killing Hammerhead or his men. Being someone who grew up around criminals, Gambit knew the difference between someone like himself who breaks the law to survive and truly evil people who just need to be taken out. Though Marvel recently confirmed Punisher is their greatest killer, Gambit would make Frank jealous. Gambit apparently shares the Punisher’s sense for who deserves to live and die, and in this issue, he exercises that sense to the most brutal extent as Gambit basically became the X-Men’s version of the Punisher.


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Gambit is Basically the X-Men’s Version of Punisher

Gambit’s actions in this issue are strikingly similar to those of the Punisher in more ways than one. The Punisher is usually the only hero, or antihero, to kill members of New York’s crime families with Hammerhead even being one of his past victims in previous storylines, though here fans see Gambit going after them with murderous intent, wiping out the entire organization from the ground up just as the Punisher would have done. Not only was the choice in target similar to the Punisher, but the viciousness of Gambit’s attacks mirror the Punisher’s cruel killing methods as well. Gambit cooked Hammerhead’s brain and in doing so gave him a horrifying death rather than incapacitating him and bringing him to justice.

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To add yet another similarity between the Punisher and Gambit in this issue is the fact that Gambit had no moral hang ups about killing Hammerhead or his men. Being someone who grew up around criminals, Gambit knew the difference between someone like himself who breaks the law to survive and truly evil people who just need to be taken out. Though Marvel recently confirmed Punisher is their greatest killer, Gambit would make Frank jealous. Gambit apparently shares the Punisher’s sense for who deserves to live and die, and in this issue, he exercises that sense to the most brutal extent as Gambit basically became the X-Men’s version of the Punisher.

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#Gambit #Basically #XMens #Version #Punisher

Gambit is Basically the X-Men’s Version of Punisher

Gambit’s actions in this issue are strikingly similar to those of the Punisher in more ways than one. The Punisher is usually the only hero, or antihero, to kill members of New York’s crime families with Hammerhead even being one of his past victims in previous storylines, though here fans see Gambit going after them with murderous intent, wiping out the entire organization from the ground up just as the Punisher would have done. Not only was the choice in target similar to the Punisher, but the viciousness of Gambit’s attacks mirror the Punisher’s cruel killing methods as well. Gambit cooked Hammerhead’s brain and in doing so gave him a horrifying death rather than incapacitating him and bringing him to justice.

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To add yet another similarity between the Punisher and Gambit in this issue is the fact that Gambit had no moral hang ups about killing Hammerhead or his men. Being someone who grew up around criminals, Gambit knew the difference between someone like himself who breaks the law to survive and truly evil people who just need to be taken out. Though Marvel recently confirmed Punisher is their greatest killer, Gambit would make Frank jealous. Gambit apparently shares the Punisher’s sense for who deserves to live and die, and in this issue, he exercises that sense to the most brutal extent as Gambit basically became the X-Men’s version of the Punisher.

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#Gambit #Basically #XMens #Version #Punisher


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