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Long before he learned of his mutant powers, Magneto felt the bitter sting of discrimination. He spent his youth interred at the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz, Poland, and was the only member of his family to survive the Holocaust. To Magnus, this experience bluntly and irrevocably demonstrated mankind’s potential for inhumanity. Years later, he befriended Charles Xavier, a young mutant telepath. Xavier held fast to his optimistic belief that Homo sapiens and Homo superior could coexist, while Magnus foresaw mutants as the next minority to be persecuted for their differences. Magnus desperately tried to share his friend’s hope, but was unwilling to stand by, powerless, while history repeated itself.

Xavier held fast to his optimistic belief that Homo sapiens and Homo superior could coexist, while Magnus foresaw mutants as the next minority to be persecuted for their differences. Magnus desperately tried to share his friend’s hope, but was unwilling to stand by, powerless, while history repeated itself. Now calling himself Magneto, Magnus became determined to conquer the human race and thus prevent the oppression of his kind.

Whatever doubts surround the Master of Magnetism, one fact is certain: Magneto is a survivor. As he lived through the Holocaust, he will return to prevent the persecution of his people. Magneto has dedicated his life to the advancement of mutantkind, even if he must bring about humanity’s downfall to ensure the ascendance of Homo superior. Arguably the most powerful being on Earth, Magneto believes mutants represent the next step in human evolution, and he’s grown weary of waiting for Homo sapiens to cede control of the planet.

Magneto is Scarlet Witch's father

Since 2006
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