orionbolt:

#Magneto #quicksilver #xmen #daysoffuturepast #marvel Made with @nocrop_rc #rcnocrop

orionbolt:

#Magneto #quicksilver #xmen #daysoffuturepast #marvel Made with @nocrop_rc #rcnocrop

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Tags: magneto storm

fuckyeahrogueandmagnus:

AGE OF X COMMUNIQUES:

MAGNETO
CIVILIAN NAME
Not clearly established. Aliases include Eric Lensherr and Magnus Eisenhardt: either could be his real name, as all relevant records have been destroyed, we believe by Magneto himself.
KNOWN RELATIVES
Magda Eisenhardt: Wife, dead (circumstances of death not known).
Wanda Maximoff: Daughter, and Pietro Maximoff, son. Both dead (see: Operation Red Hot)
Lorna Dane: Possibly another daughter. Was incarcerated at Alcatraz, but died while trying to escape. Officers were disciplined: her use as a bargaining counter against Magneto might have been considerable.
COMMENTSMagneto is clearly the biggest threat we currently face. Attempts to capture or kill him using “Minimum-metal” Exonim units of Mark-IV and V types have all failed, although we believe that the Baton Rouge ambush left him wounded.
I think our mistake in the early operations was in viewing Magneto purely and simply as a terrorist. He actually has a formidable strategic mind and a radical agenda which goes beyond simple resistance or protest. He organized two extremely successful mutant terrorist cadres that we know of (see: Brotherhood, Acolytes) and also provided logistical and intelligence support for the Mutant Liberation Front. His attempt to reverse the Earth’s magnetic poles would have succeeded if it hadn’t been for the intervention of Tony Stark and Reed Richards, whose field valence manipulators are still running full-time to prevent a repetition of that crisis.
The truth is – and please don’t take this as any kind of an endorsement – Magneto is an idealist. In other circumstances, if we hadn’t been able to roll out the Exonim program when we did to cull mutant numbers so effectively, it’s possible that he might have mobilized them into a terrifyingly potent force. Subject Simon Hall admitted under interrogation that Magneto had plans to found a mutant republic on Genosha. I leave you to imagine the implications of that, in light of the invaluable technical support that the Genoshan magistrates have provided to our own people.
Bottom line: even if the opportunity of taking Magneto alive were to arise, I’d advise against it. I wouldn’t lower the threat assessment on his file until I’d seen him not just killed but ground into fine powder and scattered over the Eastern seaboard.

fuckyeahrogueandmagnus:

AGE OF X COMMUNIQUES:

MAGNETO


CIVILIAN NAME

Not clearly established. Aliases include Eric Lensherr and Magnus Eisenhardt: either could be his real name, as all relevant records have been destroyed, we believe by Magneto himself.

KNOWN RELATIVES

Magda Eisenhardt: Wife, dead (circumstances of death not known).

Wanda Maximoff: Daughter, and Pietro Maximoff, son. Both dead (see: Operation Red Hot)

Lorna Dane: Possibly another daughter. Was incarcerated at Alcatraz, but died while trying to escape. Officers were disciplined: her use as a bargaining counter against Magneto might have been considerable.

COMMENTS
Magneto is clearly the biggest threat we currently face. Attempts to capture or kill him using “Minimum-metal” Exonim units of Mark-IV and V types have all failed, although we believe that the Baton Rouge ambush left him wounded.

I think our mistake in the early operations was in viewing Magneto purely and simply as a terrorist. He actually has a formidable strategic mind and a radical agenda which goes beyond simple resistance or protest. He organized two extremely successful mutant terrorist cadres that we know of (see: Brotherhood, Acolytes) and also provided logistical and intelligence support for the Mutant Liberation Front. His attempt to reverse the Earth’s magnetic poles would have succeeded if it hadn’t been for the intervention of Tony Stark and Reed Richards, whose field valence manipulators are still running full-time to prevent a repetition of that crisis.

The truth is – and please don’t take this as any kind of an endorsement – Magneto is an idealist. In other circumstances, if we hadn’t been able to roll out the Exonim program when we did to cull mutant numbers so effectively, it’s possible that he might have mobilized them into a terrifyingly potent force. Subject Simon Hall admitted under interrogation that Magneto had plans to found a mutant republic on Genosha. I leave you to imagine the implications of that, in light of the invaluable technical support that the Genoshan magistrates have provided to our own people.

Bottom line: even if the opportunity of taking Magneto alive were to arise, I’d advise against it. I wouldn’t lower the threat assessment on his file until I’d seen him not just killed but ground into fine powder and scattered over the Eastern seaboard.

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marvelperil:

Trapped and stripped of powers, Professor Xavier and Magneto are held prisoners in Savage Land. 

- X-Men TAS episode: Reunion Part 1

"Worse date night EVER!"

redcell6:

Magneto by Esad T. Ribić

redcell6:

Magneto by Esad T. Ribić

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Tags: magneto

helens78:

hackedmotionsensors:

This poor lizard is just minding his own business when he comes across two old men making out near his house. What is the Savage Land coming to? Jeez.

Aaaaaaa, yes,glorious.

helens78:

hackedmotionsensors:

This poor lizard is just minding his own business when he comes across two old men making out near his house. What is the Savage Land coming to? Jeez.

Aaaaaaa, yes,glorious.

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sigurdjarlson:

Civil War - House of M #1

"Take Heart. You are not alone”

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Tags: magneto

pearlo:

This is why I have an “always reblog” tag.

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theclaremontyears:

Magneto showing some genuine compassion. This is probably the first shades we see of who Magneto would come to be as a character.
From Uncanny X-Men #150

theclaremontyears:

Magneto showing some genuine compassion. This is probably the first shades we see of who Magneto would come to be as a character.

From Uncanny X-Men #150

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