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By Cullen Bunn Gabriel Hernandez Walta Javi Fernandez Jordie Bellaire Dan Brown Cory Petit Paolo Rivera | Comments: ( 958 ) | Date: ( Nov 21, 2019 )

Once the deadliest, most feared mutant mastermind on the planet, Magneto is no longer the man he was After allying with Cyclops and the X Men, he became a pawn in another man s war But now, determined to fight for mutantkind s survival on his own terms, Magneto sets out to regain what he s lostd remind the world why it should tremble at the sound of his name MagnetOnce the deadliest, most feared mutant mastermind on the planet, Magneto is no longer the man he was After allying with Cyclops and the X Men, he became a pawn in another man s war But now, determined to fight for mutantkind s survival on his own terms, Magneto sets out to regain what he s lostd remind the world why it should tremble at the sound of his name Magneto will safeguard the future of the mutant race by hunting down each and every threat that would see his kind extinguished and bloody his hands that they may never be a threat again.But as horrors from his past loom large and S.H.I.E.L.D agents pursue him, will Magneto soon become the villain he once was And how will a mysterious woman from his past affect his mission Collecting Magneto 1 6


  • Title: Magneto, Volume 1: Infamous
  • Author: Cullen Bunn Gabriel Hernandez Walta Javi Fernandez Jordie Bellaire Dan Brown Cory Petit Paolo Rivera
  • ISBN: 9780785189879
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Cullen Bunn Gabriel Hernandez Walta Javi Fernandez Jordie Bellaire Dan Brown Cory Petit Paolo Rivera

Cullen grew up in rural North Carolina, but now lives in the St Louis area with his wife Cindy and his son Jackson His noir horror comic and first collaboration with Brian Hurtt , The Damned, was published in 2007 by Oni Press The follow up, The Damned Prodigal Sons, was released in 2008 In addition to The Sixth Gun, his current projects include Crooked Hills, a middle reader horror prose series from Evileye Books The Tooth, an original graphic novel from Oni Press and various work for Marvel and DC Somewhere along the way, Cullen founded Undaunted Press and edited the critically acclaimed small press horror magazine, Whispers from the Shattered Forum.All writers must pay their dues, and Cullen has worked various odd jobs, including Alien Autopsy Specialist, Rodeo Clown, Professional Wrestler Manager, and Sasquatch Wrangler And, yes, he has fought for his life against mountain lions and he did perform on stage as the World s Youngest Hypnotist Buy him a drink sometime, and he ll tell you all about it.Visit his website at cullenbunn.



Comments Magneto, Volume 1: Infamous

  • Anne

    Shallow Comics buddy read this week is RED. Because we're lazy, and it's fairly easy to find a superhero whose got some sort of red on 'emmewhere.Okey-dokey. I'm just not feelin' Magneto in this one.Really sorry about that, because this was one I'd been looking forward to since his exit from the Uncanny X-men.Oh well.The story centers around Magneto (still not at full power) slurking around small towns, and rooting out anyone who has wronged mutants.He's an ass, and he doesn't seem to mind tortu [...]


  • Jeff

    It’s mutant mania week!! Another jaw dropping banner from Kat Stark!!!Two wrongs don’t make a right. And understanding this complicates Marvel’s task in trying to make Magneto, one of the more despicable villains in comic books, anything resembling a sympathetic character. In his quest to protect and elevate mutantdom, he’s got a lot of blood on his hands. This is a fact that’s never bothered him.Marvel uses flashbacks to Magneto’s Holocaust experience and Genosha (where millions of [...]


  • Sesana

    I've been waiting for this. Magneto has already been incredibly fascinating to me, as a villain who, let's face it, has a point, in his occasional attempts at reform. And now he's sort of walking the line, still wreaking havoc but doing it now against carefully selected targets. It's a concept that makes perfect sense for Magneto.The best thing about this book is the level of awareness Magneto has about himself. He has no illusions that he's a great liberator. He's a violent man who's doing viol [...]


  • Gavin

    3.5 stars.The first half of this book was great story wise, Magneto on a mission, in anti-hero mode. The downside? The art is patchy, and Max/Erik/Magnus/Magneto looks like The Kingpin. Fat face? No.The stuff with the helmet and the black and red and white palette is good.It really drops the ball when the mysterious girl following him shows up and has all this help to offer, not looking suspicious at all. Nope. Then it gets lame and stupid and a whole 180 degree turn from what he was doing.Poten [...]


  • Sam Quixote

    Remember that scene from X-Men: First Class where a young Magneto hunts down some Nazis in post-war South America and executes them? That’s the basic concept of this series with an older (and less powerful) Magneto roaming across America as a wandering angel of death, avenging any and all wrongs against mutants by mankind.It’s actually a brilliant concept for the character because Magneto’s gone from being the quintessential X-Men villain to, recently, an almost heroic figure while retaini [...]


  • Joseph

    **Buddy Read with the Shallow Comic Readers -- This week's theme: Eeevillll!"I have to admit that villain books aren't really my cup of tea. I don't enjoy reading about characters with whom I can't sympathize or relate, unless it's a biography or history. And I'm also not a fan of excessive violence. I don't enjoy slasher films or TWD or even a movie like Saving Private Ryan, with body parts being blown off, etc. I think the visualization of violence in our culture desensitizes to it when it rea [...]


  • Terence

    Magneto's powers may be broken, but his body and spirit are intact. Magneto had been following Scott Summers lead, but now he's setting off on his own to protect mutantkind in his own way. Sure he can't drop a tank on someone, but Magneto is still dangerous.So Magneto has gone from being a powerhouse who takes on armies all by himself to being far more covert about his actions.On a positive there is less collateral damage, but he's far more vulnerable. Magento shows he's much more than the maste [...]


  • Brittany

    ***Evil Week Buddy Read with the Shallow Readers! Criteria: Evil equals Magneto***I don't have a lot to say about this I wanted non stop action. I wanted all sorts of people to go down in the most gruesome of metal deaths. I wanted Magneto to be stone cold and out for revenge after all of the wrongdoings against Mutantkind. I only kind of got the last one.There weren't nearly enough action scenes. That's really my major fault with this volume. When Magneto did decide it was time for someone to d [...]


  • Chantaal

    I'm not sure what to feel about this book. It's great to see Magneto be dangerous again, in a way that is truly scary. As much as I love the idea of Magneto joining forces with the X-Men (or just Cyclops & Emma, I guess), I've forgotten his past and where his heart truly lies when it comes to the protection of the mutant race. So, you know. Thank you, multiple and varied panels of Magneto brutally killing people, I won't forget that is a part of who he is for a long, long time. (The scary th [...]


  • Sonic

    Loved this! Don't know why there are not more books like this, but Magneto has always been a fascinating character. He has fought on both sides of the (Marvel) "moral compass" but still remains true to his character/nature. And here Magneto is in his post-Phoenix state of diminished powers and that adds to the excitement IMO.Excellent writing here from Bunn!


  • Shannon Appelcline

    In Magneto, Bunn does a great job of presenting a deep character who is making horrific choices as part of his pursuit of something that he sees as important. Along the way, we also get some terrific backstory about who Magneto is and what he's been through. The first 3 or 4 issues are picture-perfect, but unfortunately after that we lose the flashbacks, while simultaneously Magneto's harsh cruelty gets repetitive enough to no longer be surprising. Despite that, Magneto remains a good comic (jus [...]


  • Joey Heflich

    Cullen Bunn is doing some great work on The Sixth Gun. That said, how the hell did the guy who write the first volume of The Sixth Gun write this? It takes four issues to establish what he could have done in one, and even when the story finally gets moving, there's really nothing more to it than a teaser for what might happen in the next arc.I'm all for decompressed comic book storytelling, but come on. You've got the Malcolm X of Mutants, and in six issues, you can't do something different that [...]


  • Mike McDevitt

    Who's in the mood for some grisly human butchery? Don't worry- they all deserved it.


  • Kimber

    This is a trimmed down version of my review, to view the full review visit The Book Ramble.Magneto is out for blood in this comic as he attacks groups who have targeted mutants. He takes justice and vengeance into his own hands taking on several different groups in this comic to try and right some of the wrongs done against the mutant population. This comic also, briefly, explores Magneto's backstory in 1940s Germany while living under the Nazis.I am kind of a loss with this one. I didn't really [...]


  • Ashley

    Lately I've been doling out a lot of five star reviews, and not all of them have been entirely deserved. That's not the case with this excellent story starring Magneto, who's generally regarded as a villain to good causes. The story complicates that perception by giving us multiple points of insight into Magneto's motivation: his own philosophy shows his cause is not simply a matter of good or evil, but also a struggle for freedom and even justice (in the classic sense of no mercy, not our moder [...]


  • Caroline

    I don't feel like I've read a good X-Men story that gets to the heart of Magneto for a while, and this really scratches that itch. He's sort if a lone wolf vigilante antihero here, and the story ties in elements I haven't seen explored for a while, like the destruction of Genosha. I'm interested in reading the rest of the series (probably whenever I'm back on Marvel unlimited?). The art gets the job done but is not my personal favorite also I am sure there's a deep meta reason for Mags to have h [...]


  • Alex Sarll

    His powers are diminished, his support network gone - even his lovely white hair is shorn. But the Master of Magnetism doesn't need to throw tanks when you see what he can do with a paperclip, and he's still devoted to making the world a safer place for mutants, one dead bigot at a time. It would be nice to live in a world where ruthlessness and righteousness were occasionally found hand-in-hand like this.


  • Milo (BOK)

    This was an awesome read. Bunn is a great writer and he really handled Magneto well, not relying on guest stars and giving Erik some good solo adventures. I'm reading this as individual issues, but if you've missed out than I strongly recommend that you pick up the trade.


  • Farah

    really good!


  • Jordan Lahn

    Pretty brutal stuff!


  • Thomas

    This started so strong but ended so weak. Magneto is perhaps one of my all time favorite villains as his motivation is one that I can understand why he does what he does. I get it and if anyone had been though what he had been through maybe they would be the same way.This isn't Magneto being a reluctant hero, or really a villain, he is what he is and by most people's definition that is a villain but that is his story.Like I said it started strong but by the end it was kind of the same old thing [...]


  • Scott Waldie

    Cullen Bunn's excellent pacing and plotting transform this Magneto solo book into a chilling tale of vigilantism and moral questioning. The art is mixed for me; some of the heavily color-splashed or action scenes look fantastic, but other of the more mundane, static panels feel a little weak. There's also the feeling of one-sidedness to the conflicts, a constant nag for me with most Marvel books of the last several years. Watching a bunch of mooks get plastered gets old, even when Magneto does i [...]


  • Pedro

    Magneto, debilitado pero con más determinación que nunca, emprende una nueva lucha en contra de todo lo que amenace a los mutantes. Sin compasión y sin remordimientos, Magneto reanuda en solitario su cruzada contra los enemigos de los mutantes. SHIELD y el FBI diez pasos atrás, y aliados inesperados en el camino.


  • Carla Rodrigues

    Cullen Bunn is becoming one of my favorite writers. There are stories that captivate you, bit you just go along reading, and there are stories when you can hear the tone of the character and feel his emotions. This one is exactly like that. The art merges the perfect dialogue and you simple can hear Magneto. It’s so nice when that happens.


  • Ruth

    The character of magneto is given a lot of depth as impactful backstories are revealed that explain the heart for behind savage vendetta. Mesmerizing charisma and a powerful storyline are a few of the things that the jumpstart the thrill of this series.


  • Skylar Primm

    In theory, this should have been right up my alley. I've always liked Magneto's moral ambiguity, and I've enjoyed Cullen Bunn's work for DC and Marvel alike. However, it just fell flat for me. Too much violence, not enough thinking, I guess.


  • Nicole Westen

    3.5 the art was so-so for me.


  • Lauren Silva

    A different look at Magneto.


  • Joe

    So very good.This is a very good story about Magneto.This is a good story about the state of mutants in the Marvel Universe.Read this one.


  • Gareth Brown

    when is the villain right? from a certain point of view


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