X-Men: Magneto testament

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Marvel Publishing Inc., Jun 17, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 152 pages
15 Reviews
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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Review: X-Men: Magneto Testament

User Review  - Helen - Goodreads

Well-researched, written, and drawn, Marvel graphic novel, detailing he harrowing story of Jewish Berliner, Max Eisenhardt, Holocaust survivor, who later became superhero Magneto. This work is quite ... Read full review

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User Review  - Markuswelbmd - Goodreads

This was definitely not what I expected it to be. I assumed this was going to be more of a personal tale that delved deep into Magneto's childhood giving the reader a deeper understanding of his ... Read full review


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About the author (2009)

Greg Pak directed his first feature film "Robot Stories" which has played nationwide and won over 30 festival awards. With clients including Nike and Marvel Comics, he edits FilmHelp.com and AsianAmericanFilm.com. One of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 Filmmakers to Watch, Greg studied political science at Yale, history at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and film at NYU's graduate program.