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Today, the whole world knows him as Magneto, the most radical champion of mutant rights that mankind has ever seen. But in 1935, he was just another schoolboy - who happened to be Jewish in Nazi Germany. The definitive origin story of one of Marvel's greatest icons begins with a silver chain and a crush on a girl - and quickly turns into a harrowing struggle for survival against the inexorable machinery of Hitler's Final Solution From X-Men: Phoenix-Endsong writer Greg Pak and award-winning artist Carmine Di Giandomenico. Collects X-Men: Magneto Testament #1-5.
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Quick Tip by . March 22, 2012
This is truly a masterpiece in the graphic novel medium.       As many know, this is the origin story of Magneto of X-Men, set in Europe during the Holocaust.  This story adds a ton of depth to Magneto's character without at all feeling forced, and by the end of it, you'll certainly understand why Max Eisenhardt becomes Magneto and why he's so determined to protect mutantkind.       Despite the X-Men title, there's no mutant …
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