Roland Thigpen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12 Oct 2000 14:46:41 -0000
The only thing I can think of might be his removal of Wolverine's adamantium skeleton, but that was "supposedly" still using his magnetic powers (the adamantium was supposed to be partly ferrous). He has no telekinetic powers that I know of, and I've been keeping up with the series since before the New Mutants came out...with a temporary hiatus for about 3 months a while back (several years ago).
What I'd really be worried about is his releasing electromagnetic pulses or disrupting the Earth's magnetic field like he did not too long ago. And then there are all the iron laced asteroids he could move around....and all the space debris....and the hulls of the colonies...and...
There is a reason he is one of the most feared mutants in the Marvel universe, and one of the 12.
On Thu, 12 Oct 2000 09:38:34 -0500 Leslie_R <email@example.com> wrote:
>really? i've never heard of him doing such, but i haven't been keeping
>up with the X-men lately
>Chris Beilby wrote:
>> Not quite. In multiple issues of X-Men, we've seen Magneto manipulating non
>> ferrous materials... Magneto's not only the Mutant Master of Magnetism, but
>> also a fairly powerful Telekenetic.
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>> > 7. Magneto vs Anything the various Gundam series can come up with
>> the AC Gundams will mop the floor with Magneto since Gundanium is
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