Magneto appears in 4828 issues.
The Acolytes are a group of mutants that followed Magneto's ideals and believed in a society where humans are dominated by mutants.
The original Brotherhood of Evil mutants appeared in X-men #4 that was published in March of 1964. It members included Magneto (the leader), Toad, Mastermind, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. Scarlet Witch felt obligated to remain with Magneto because he had saved her from an angry mob that was intent on killing her. Quicksilver, her brother, served Magneto begrudgingly while Scarlet Witch felt obligated to do so.
Magneto led the first Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and a couple later incarnations.
The Cabal is a secret group of criminal masterminds originally assembled by Loki in Acts of Vengeance. Subsequent iterations have been brought together by Red Skull, Norman Osborn during Dark Reign and Namor after Infinity.
A US Government agency that regulates activity and legislation of paranormals and costumed adventurers. More often than not they are seen as hindrance and antagonists to the likes of the X-Men, Captain America and the Thunderbolts.
Joined in Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #1
A superteam organized by Professor Xavier and Magneto to rebuild the devastated mutant nation of Genosha. No connection to the British superhero team Excalibur.
Magneto belonged to the Inner Circle for a short time first as it's White King, a chair held jointly with Storm for the X-Men, and then later as Grey King after he deposed Sebastian Shaw from the Black King chair. How and why his relationship with the Hellfire Club ended is unknown as it took place off panel. It is possible he become bored and frustrated with the Club's constant infighting.
Superhumans of great power chosen by Apocalypse as his greatest followers. Genetically enhanced to be beyond what they were before, the Horsemen herald their master's terrible vision for the world.
Mutant royal family of Earth-58163.
A clandestine organization composed of the world's most influential and important people that guides events in the Marvel Universe.
A stateless ethnic group often associated with Europe. They are colloquially known as Gypsies among several names in different languages. Often racially depicted as criminals, thieves, or magic users in comics.
The Savage Land Mutates are a villain team made by Magneto based in the Savage Land.
The Savage Land Mutates were originally human inhabitants that were created by the mutant Magneto. They clash with the X-men and Ka-Zar on many occasions. On one occasion, they turned Spider-Man into the Man-Spider and Angel into a bird monster. They have came into conflict with the Avengers on occasions also. Although the group is fairly large they have only appeared with half of the group on each occasion they are seen. The entire group has never appeared together at one time.
On Earth-1720 Magneto was born a woman named Erika Lensherr, who is better known as the villainous Magneta and aside from being the opposite gender and a small alteration to her codename is very much like her male counterpart.
Beings the Stranger Captured.
A group of powerful mutants supposed to bring down Apocalypse. In fact it was a ruse orchestrated by Apocalypse himself in order to use their powers to transform him into a godlike entity. Magneto was depowered at the time of Apocalypse tried to harness all their energies, "short circuiting" the machine.
The police force of Battleworld.
What began as Baron Zemo's plan for world domination became a superhero team comprised of super-villains seeking redemption only to be later reshuffled to act as Norman Osborn's personal hit squad before finally becoming a Government-sponsored prison reform project. Following the dissolution of the Thunderbolts, General Ross briefly formed an anti-terror vigilante group of the same name which eventually fell apart as well.
When Cable reformed the New Mutants, he made them his soldiers. They became a mutant "black ops" team, assigned to kill not just the enemies of the X-Men, but of all mutantkind. Although this team eventually dispersed, the X-Force moniker has persisted in successive iterations of more forceful X-teams.
Joined in Uncanny X-Men (1981) #200
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