There are some ongoing series and multi-part epics that aren't about Magneto, but do feature him in some parts. I wanted to include the parts that have him, because gosh dang it, I'm an obsessive and I want to read those stories just for the small Magneto bits, myself. But I didn't want to falsely advertise "here's a Magneto story" when it really isn't.
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Mhairie: Archived by Amethyst at The Mhairie Erotic Fanfic Archive. Adult.
A new mutant, Mhairie, joins the X-Men, and in the course of a series of sexual adventures, helps much of the team to come to terms with their sexuality. Magneto and Rogue sleep together in Chapter Eight. This series is graphically sexual, involving heterosexual and homosexual pairings, BDSM and other forms of sexual expression. Mags and Rogue are pretty vanilla, though. Follow links through Adult page.
Subreality Cafe: The 1998 CBFFA Round Robin: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
The 1998 Comic Book Fanfic Awards ceremony is held at the Subreality Cafe. Alara Rogers does not win Best New Author. Magneto gets into the persimmon wine and gets really, really drunk. Various other assorted wackiness. Humor.
The Savage Land Saga: Archived by Alara Rogers at Shifting Sands.
The Shadow King has taken over Magneto's mindless body, and with the rest of the X-Men gone offworld, it's up to Professor X, Jean Grey and Wolverine to stop him... and they get trashed in the first chapter. Not rated, but contains violence and a lot of disturbing stuff. Not for kiddies.
X-Men Red: Archived by Alara Rogers at Shifting Sands.
The sequel to Chris's X-Writers Saga, in which Magneto and various X-Men deal with the repercussions of the previous arc.
Silver Surfer Vol. 1: Archived by Marvelite at The Silver Surfer Website.
Magneto and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants come into conflict with the Silver Surfer. Most of this series does not feature Magneto, but he appears in his early villainous incarnation in issues 21 and others.
From the Wreckage: Archived by Niklas Jonsson at Hawk's Galaxy.
The mansion has been wrecked, X-Force rescues the X-Men and Gen-X to find that one of them is dead, and Magneto has returned with a new Avalon station... Magneto is a villain in this story, part of a series that can be found at Hawk's main page,
Minds in Conflict: Archived by Niklas Jonsson at Hawk's Galaxy.
A new member of Gen-X, Hawk (introduced earlier in the series), is tormented by the absorbed minds of several people, among them Magneto. Meanwhile, Joseph has turned out to be a clone, and is dying of cellular breakdown, and Hawk's absorbed memories of Magneto may be his only hope. Contains violence, bad language, discussion of sex, but the author has an adult disclaimer on it and I don't think it needs one. Part of a series that can be found at Hawk's main page, Hawk's Fanfiction Lair.
Scars: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm. Adult.
After Gambit is left for months in a Genoshan concentration camp, Rogue and the X-Men attempt to help him recover, with the aid of Erik Lehnsherr's experience. Contains mature themes.
The Experiment #713 Series: Archived by Alara Rogers at Shifting Sands. Adult.
A mutant experiment of Sinister's escapes and takes up residence in the Morlock tunnels, too frightened to come out into the light or accept the X-Men's friendship. The series follows his slow path back to recovery.
Brave New World: Archived by Comicfic at Comicfic.net. Unfinished. Updated 1/4/2006!
Primarily a tale of Cable interacting with Xavier, Amelia Voght and Moira MacTaggert as he first adjusts to the 20th century. Magneto first appears at the end of part five. Up to Part 7.
Nocturnes: Archived by Comicfic at Comicfic.net.
When Domino was accidentally killed by Magneto in a mission against Genosha, Cable was crushed with grief. The series mostly follows Cable and his grieving process, but Magneto appears in "The Bondage of Sorrow", "The World In Shadow", and probably others in future.
A Life Less Extraordinary: Archived by Comicfic at Comicfic.net.
The X-Men failed, and all mutants have had their powers neutralized. Magneto dies in the first chapter.
Magda Journal: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
The journal of the woman who would later be Magneto's wife. Magneto himself isn't in it yet.
4 AM: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
Kitty Pryde has grown up and joined Magneto in Genosha as advisor and lover. Late at night, she mourns the X-Men's prejudices that have cut her off from them. Revised December 2000; now part of the Moebius arc.
To Gain The World: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
Mystique has everything she ever wanted. And all she needed to pay for it was her daughter's life. Part of the Moebius arc; the full arc is archived at the Moebius arc.
This Is The Way It Ends: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
Second in "Roman A Clef" series, and part of the Moebius arc. Kate Pryde and Wolverine end their friendship over Kate's defection to Genosha.
Hole In The Bay: Archived by Alara Rogers at Alara's Happy-Happy Text Only Site.
Third in "Roman A Clef" series, and part of the Moebius arc. Kate Pryde struggles against the desire to kill herself.
Fallen Skies: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm. Unfinished.
Rogue kills Magneto. Magneto only appears in the first chapter, but his presence (and absence) drives the storyline.
Asha Joy: When Cassandra Weeps: Archived by Luba Kmetyk at Fonts of Wisdom.
A new mutant the X-Men have met up with, Asha Joy, a touch precognitive, is sent by Xavier to Genosha to read Magneto's future... Part of the "Asha Joy" series.
A Day's Work: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
A conference on metahumans in Europe draws all sorts of folks. Magneto is just one character in this large cast.
Hang Onto Your Ego: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
When Rogue absorbs her mother's dying lover Val Cooper, her decision to save Val's psyche comes with an impact on both Mystique and Rogue's own lover Magneto.
Late Summer Interlude: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm. Adult.
A romantic interlude between Magneto and Rogue. Contains reasonably graphic m/f sex. Follow links through Adult page.
Lights in the Dark: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
Another in the series. Various mutants celebrate Hanukah/Christmas.
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Someone Blue: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
The wedding of Hank McCoy draws together mutants from all over the extended X-family. Magneto shows up to chat with Xavier while all the other guys are at Hank's bachelor party.
They Will Always Be Penny and Max To Me: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
A Civil War re-enactor remembers his meeting with Rogue and Magneto to Rogue's younger sister.
This Time the Twain Shall Meet: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
Sequel to "A Day's Work." Hawk, Dove and a few other DC characters end up in the Marvel universe. Again, a cast of many, one of which is Magneto, who is having a relationship with Rogue. Mature themes.
Valentine Allsorts: Archived by Alykat at Down-Home Charm.
Many characters from the Tales of the Twilight Menshevik series enjoy Valentine's Day with loved ones, including Magneto and Rogue.
School's In, I Think: Archived by Luba Kmetyk at Fonts of Wisdom.
Pryde and Wisdom are teaching a school for the children of the X-Men. In part 5, Magneto shows up to dispute Pete Wisdom's characterization of him in class, and gets more than he bargained for. Humor.
X-Men: Archived by Lia at X-Writers. Unfinished.
The adjectiveless one. Starting with issue #51 (which also appears at Darqstar's site under Chris's "X-Men: Red" arc), the second series of the X-Men focuses on a team led by Magneto and based on Asteroid M. Writers include Chris Delaney, Lady Amethyst, Marty Blase and Andrew Wheeler. Magneto makes at least an appearance in all the issues after #51, and is a major player in most. The URL takes you to the main directory for the series.
X-Men Gold and Blue: Archived by Alara Rogers at Shifting Sands. Unfinished.
An ongoing serial about the X-Men, crossing over with the "Vision Comics" Gen-X on occasion. Joseph, as a member of the X-Men, appears in several of the stories, and hints have been dropped that he'll be eventually reverting to Magneto.
The Bucktown Timeline: Archived by Stephen Speck at The Bucktown Timeline.
A Gen-X series featuring two new characters: Rayquan, aka Perkolator, a young man from the hood whose powers are activated by caffeine, and Charles Xavier Lehnsherr, aka Manchild, AOA Magneto's force-grown son.
Uncanny X-Men: Issue 330: Archived by Lia at X-Writers.
Magneto, dying of the Legacy Virus, comes to Westchester to confront Charles Xavier.
Uncanny X-Men: Traitor's Gate: Archived by Lia at X-Writers.
The real X-Traitor is revealed, and a major X-character dies.
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