Furthermore, no matter how powerful someone is when you go around making enemies at th rate that Mags did then you are bound to have people coming after you and thus you wish to protect.
Yes. Mags doesnt work as a villian anymore. He's outgrown that role and I like how he's evolved
He's better as a villain or else Doom or Joker will take the title "greatest villain in comics"
I like Magneto a lot and i want him to be the coolest villain ever. He is more popular than Doom and Loki and his costume looks better too.
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I prefer him not to be teamed up with the X-Me or at least not with someone leading him.
He is a leader type and I find him more interesting with his own agenda, not a MWHAHAHA villain just a guy with a different point of view that the x-men which often leads to conflict. The way it was.
I vote Villain-ish.
While I voted "don't care" because I truly do not...at this point if he were to "revert to type" he ends up becoming a ridiculous cliche. Much like Jean Grey (and her clones).
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Why should we feel bad for the persecution of mutants when every cast member is near God-like in abilities? It becomes less about a minority group dealing with prejudices and more about a group of Deities living on Mt. Olympus.
Why is the fact that he has killed the leading point to making him a villain? Cap, Wolverine and a dozen others are not called villains despite the fact that they have killed before.
Seems like killing in perceived self-defense is murder these days.
Also, he does not want humans in concentration camps- he just wants his people to be left alone, kind of like the Hulk. But humans keep poking him with a stick and they pay the price every couple issues. I don't think he's a villain, but wouldn't exactly call him a hero either.
I actually like his current characterization. It's enjoyable to see him forced out of his comfort zone and watch him try to play hero when it's obviously not in his nature. They've done everything they can with him when it comes to villain Magneto.
He should drop dead. As well as Charlie X.
Their time is over. Let other ideologies and fresh ideas run this franchise.
I prefer him as a a cameo king. If they want him as a good guy, then writers should have him constantly trying to do "the greater good" by use of sheer force, that's all Magneto understands and responds to anyhow. The X-Men should really just be the people who occasionally remind him that not everything can be resolved through vulgar displays of power. His appearance in Vengeance, and X-Force was nearly pitch perfect in how I imagine him spending what should now be considered his "retirement" years; A scary jiminy cricket in a world of super powered Pinocchio's.
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