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Despite the lack of closure afforded to the respective characters, it was nice to finally get a set in stone reveal regarding the suspected parentage of Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff (Evan Peters) in [X-Men: Apocalypse](tag:1194267).The silver haired speedster confirmed what we'd known ever since that famous line in Days of Future Past: that his father was none other than the metal-bending mutant Magneto/Erik Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender), one of the Four Horseman of Apocalypse.Take a dive into comic book history with us to uncover the unreasonably confusing history of Magneto's kids, and learn that just cause you're a super-powered mutant leader doesn't mean you shouldn't use birth control.Back when Erik Lehnsherr was known by his real surname — but had already changed his first name from Max to Magnus Eisenhardt — he fled with his wife Magda from Auschwitz, escaping to Ukraine to start a new life. Similar to the events of Apocalypse, Magneto accidentally uses his powers at his place of work whilst lying low in Ukraine, although here it's the first time he discovers he has these abilities.Mutant kind is teetering on the edge of extinction.
The deal was that Magneto was able to create some kind of bio-electric shield around himself that allowed him to touch Rogue without harm. This happened in a very destructive and televised battle that Apocalypse happened to be monitoring, which convinced him that the time of mutants was at hand and led him to attack humanity much, much sooner. The X-Men's Bishop had followed Legion into the past, and was the sole survivor.Ah well, at least we still have Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen).But did you know that the Maximoff twins aren't the only children Magneto has fathered — or indeed that he didn't really father them at all?I stopped reading the X-Men comics (Uncanny X-Men and New X-Men) around 1993 or '94 or so, and it has recently come to my attention (OK, I overheard this in the movie theatre while seeing X2) that sometime after 1994, there was a story arc that involved Magneto and Rogue, uhhh, getting together and possibly having a child. Can someone please explain to me how on God's green earth this transpired?I understand Magneto became good for a while, possibly due to mind-control and/or amnesia, so I very grudgingly admit (based on my circa '94 conception of the characters) that it could be emotionally possible for the two to fall in love, but, uh, wouldn't it be physically impossible for the two to conceive a child, what with Rogue's powers precluding the, ummm, bumping of uglies, if you will? (Could this all be a bad dream that everyone wants to forget?