1. 15:58 7th Mar 2013

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    Reblogged from anachronistique

    Tags: x-menmagnetospiderman

    evilhorse:

    Spider-Man presents a strangely morose Magneto from the 1990 Marvel card set.

     
  2. 13:22 1st Oct 2012

    Notes: 8256

    Reblogged from lifecrystals

    Tags: magnetocyclops

    (Source: amazingxmen)

     
  3. 21:06 25th May 2012

    Notes: 82

    Reblogged from sparrow-wings

    Tags: comicsx-menmagneto

    sparrow-wings:

    pragmatichominid:

    rodmanstreet:

    pragmatichominid:

    prettylittlepasha:

    Domestic Magneto is my favorite.

    I read that first panel as “Mutantpride,” and I was cracking up at the idea of Erik extending that concept to the importance of keeping a nice house. 

    … I liked my version better. 

    Magneto talking to himself OUT LOUD while cleaning and doing laundry and wearing a red sweatsuit with a white belt is just about the funniest thing I can think of.

    “Why look at this here!” says Magneto out loud to himself, “Why, I haven’t seen a room so messy in all my days! Surely Danielle wouldn’t mind if I just put this jacket on a hanger! It will get WRINKLED!”

    The boots are the thing that really does it for me. 

    Because those boots… 

    Parents tidying your room: THE WORST. 

     
  4. I would have watched an entire film about Magneto hunting down Nazis. Hell, call it “Magneto: Nazi Hunter” and I would just throw money at the box office as I sprinted into the theater.
    — 

    spytap (via nuditea)

    GPOY

    (via perseidbadger)

     
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    mechinism:

erik has his own way of…persuading.
(can you guess the reference?)

SMOULDER, ERIK, SMOULDER LIKE VALENTINO

    mechinism:

    erik has his own way of…persuading.

    (can you guess the reference?)

    SMOULDER, ERIK, SMOULDER LIKE VALENTINO

     
  7. silveray:

Hug me tight, for the day we’ll depart.

I am getting slightly tired of typing out their names AND superhero names for tags every time.  But not that tired!

    silveray:

    Hug me tight, for the day we’ll depart.

    I am getting slightly tired of typing out their names AND superhero names for tags every time.  But not that tired!

     
  8. 
Erik Lehnsherr: Us turning on each other. It’s what they want. I tried to warn you, Charles. I want you by my side. We’re brothers, you and I. All of us, together. Protecting each other. We want the same thing. Charles Xavier: My friend, I’m sorry. But we do not.

    Erik Lehnsherr: Us turning on each other. It’s what they want. I tried to warn you, Charles. I want you by my side. We’re brothers, you and I. All of us, together. Protecting each other. We want the same thing.
    Charles Xavier: My friend, I’m sorry. But we do not.

    (Source: kittykarlurban)

     
  9. anachronistique:

thestoutorialist:

cabell:

saathi1013:

marielikestodraw:

travis-stoll:

robbstark:

#can i just forever CRY at the thought that this man had it all; he had the love of his life next to him, he had kids that appreciated him, he had a FAMILY, and because he was so full of anger he couldn’t let his past go and he ruined the only chance he had to be happy and now here he is decades later with the man he loved dead and just sad and defeated and alone and what is the only thing he has left? his power, literally the only constant in his life because nothing and no one ever stayed with him, especially not charles because he pushed him away and arrgghh my heart#CREYS



*sobs forever*

;_;

Excuse me?  Did we watch the same X-Men: First Class?  Charles was a privileged asshole who basically did everything he possibly could to ensure that Erik would not be on board with his ridiculous privileged belief that everything was going to be somehow magically fine while two major world powers were FIRING MISSILES AT THEM FOR BEING MUTANTS.
If someone was “pushing away,” it was the guy who told the Holocaust survivor that he needed to forgive people for “just following orders.”
In fiction or real life, I cannot stand this “oh, you can’t let your anger go that is clearly a problem with YOU” bullshit.
Anger is a gift.

When Charles said “they were just following orders” I had to stifle myself from yelling NOOOOOOOOOO at the movie screen.  If Charles really had been all up in Erik’s head, and had paid attention to you know ANYTHING regarding the holocaust he would know that “just following orders” is not only a pile of shit it, it is one of the worst things to say to a Holocaust survivor. 
GAH. There are many things that I find tragic about Erik’s life. MANY. Co-signing “just following orders” is not one of them.

THIS, BASICALLY.

Charles/Erik is my OTP, and I am pretty sure this movie would not have worked at all if it weren’t the story of How Charles Xavier’s Tone Argument Ruined Everything.  And/or How Charles Xavier Wasn’t Actually God.  Otherwise it becomes the story of Angry Jew Has Too Many Feelings, and, no.

    anachronistique:

    thestoutorialist:

    cabell:

    saathi1013:

    marielikestodraw:

    travis-stoll:

    robbstark:

    #can i just forever CRY at the thought that this man had it all; he had the love of his life next to him, he had kids that appreciated him, he had a FAMILY, and because he was so full of anger he couldn’t let his past go and he ruined the only chance he had to be happy and now here he is decades later with the man he loved dead and just sad and defeated and alone and what is the only thing he has left? his power, literally the only constant in his life because nothing and no one ever stayed with him, especially not charles because he pushed him away and arrgghh my heart#CREYS


    *sobs forever*

    ;_;

    Excuse me?  Did we watch the same X-Men: First Class?  Charles was a privileged asshole who basically did everything he possibly could to ensure that Erik would not be on board with his ridiculous privileged belief that everything was going to be somehow magically fine while two major world powers were FIRING MISSILES AT THEM FOR BEING MUTANTS.

    If someone was “pushing away,” it was the guy who told the Holocaust survivor that he needed to forgive people for “just following orders.”

    In fiction or real life, I cannot stand this “oh, you can’t let your anger go that is clearly a problem with YOU” bullshit.

    Anger is a gift.


    When Charles said “they were just following orders” I had to stifle myself from yelling NOOOOOOOOOO at the movie screen.  If Charles really had been all up in Erik’s head, and had paid attention to you know ANYTHING regarding the holocaust he would know that “just following orders” is not only a pile of shit it, it is one of the worst things to say to a Holocaust survivor. 

    GAH. There are many things that I find tragic about Erik’s life. MANY. Co-signing “just following orders” is not one of them.

    THIS, BASICALLY.

    Charles/Erik is my OTP, and I am pretty sure this movie would not have worked at all if it weren’t the story of How Charles Xavier’s Tone Argument Ruined Everything.  And/or How Charles Xavier Wasn’t Actually God.  Otherwise it becomes the story of Angry Jew Has Too Many Feelings, and, no.

     
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    clarissasucks:

Listen to me, Erik by pyrotechnition

So yeah, I just saw this, and it was awesome.  And this was basically the plot.  Sorry, rest of the X-Men.

    clarissasucks:

    Listen to me, Erik by pyrotechnition

    So yeah, I just saw this, and it was awesome.  And this was basically the plot.  Sorry, rest of the X-Men.

    (Source: bakinginthebatcave)