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    I Liked Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch More When They Were Magneto’s Bastards

    By this point, there’s a mound of evidence to support this theory, most of which have been analyzed and theorized about ad nasueam. There’s been the death of Wolverine, the slow and quiet cancelation of (literally) dozens of X-books, the hiring of Brian Michael Bendis (the ultimate Marvel company man), the lack of marketing and promotion of any X-book, and finally the completely unnecessary and suspicious delay of Uncanny X-Men #600. The most overt act of corporate terrorism waged against the X-Men ,however, has been the retconning of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch’s origin, an origin which was originally a retcon in itself. More

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    To Better Know A Villain: Magneto

    Real Name Max Eisenhardt First Appearance X-Men #1, Sept. 1963 Nicknames and Alias Erik Magnus Lensherr, Master of Magnetism, Erik the Red, Michael Xavier, Creator, Grey King, Buckethead Powers and Abilities Magneto has the ability to manipulate electromagnetic energy, principally magnetism, allowing him to move and control magnetic metals from small (the iron in blood) […] More

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    The Master of Magnetism Makes a Big Return in Magneto #1

    Magneto #1 Written by Cullen Bunn Pencils by Gabriel Walta Colors by Jordie Bellaire Published by Marvel Comics “The past often plo’s the course of one’s future” and so it is about time that the true Magneto, the mutant Malcolm X, bubbles back to the surface in Cullen Bunn’s new series. This issue is a […] More

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    Top 10 Most Heroic Villains

    Typically, this is where you would find an intro. You’re reading this because you want something to explain what this article is about. Look up at the title. Now look down. Below, you’ll find a list of the top ten villains who maybe aren’t so evil after all. So see? You didn’t need this paragraph […] More