It's not all bad news though. Oni has recently approved an OGN of mine. I'll have more news on that soon.
Anyway, here's what various internet reviewers had to say about Gambit #9. Positive reviews, in general, as usual. And oddly enough, my favorite scene turned out to be the one everybody else seemed to like. Usually it does not work that way.
So... over at X-fan W. Molstad said that Gambit, the book, is "as as clever and ecletic as the title character himself."
Laymamerican Idol hopeful Hannibal Tuba says over at UGO that #9 is "A really good issue that makes Brother Voodoo look good, which is no mean feat."
Paul O-Brien at the X-Axis says it's " a nice little superhero story. It's about as good as you could realistically expect from a Gambit story about zombies."
And good ol' Andrea Speed at Comixtreme gives the book a "very good" and says "This series, so far, seems to harken back to earlier times, when comics were mainly concerned with being fun. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that." She also said the end of the issue reminded her of a Simpsons episode.
CORRECTION: It's actually Hannibal TABU, not Tuba. Double D'oh!!