The power to transform into or have a physical body made up of malleable living metal. Advanced variation of Metal Mimicry.

Also Called

  • Amorphous Metal Physiology/Mimicry
  • Liquid Metal Physiology/Mimicry
  • Living Metal Physiology/Mimicry
  • Organic Metal Physiology/Mimicry
  • Self-Metal Manipulation


User is made up of or can transform their body completely into malleable living metal, which grants them superior physical strength, high resilience to most kind of attacks and first rate regenerative abilities (no structural weakness). They can harden/soften and mold their body to fit the needs of every situation, shapeshift all kinds of bladed weapons, strengthen their defenses via additional layers, conceal themselves by mimicking their environment, or even scatter their body to cover more ground without attracting attention.

Some users may also grow more powerful by consuming metal, and even gain a variety of new abilities by consuming exotic metals with unique properties.




Known Users

  • Galvanic Mechamorphs (Ben 10)
    • Upgrade
  • Shrapnel (DC Comics)
  • Tony Woodward (DC Comics)
  • Several Machine Mutants (Dragon Ball GT)
    • Baby
    • General Rilldo
    • Sigma Force
      • Commander Nezi
      • Bizu
      • Ribet
      • Natt
  • Absorbing Man (Marvel Comics); when replicating metal
  • Cessily Kincaid/Mercury (Marvel Comics)
  • Silver Surfer (Marvel Comics)
  • Jackie Carmichael (Regular Show)
  • The Engineer (Stormwatch)
  • T-1000 (Terminator 2)
  • T-3000 (Terminator Genisys)
  • Nobles from the House of Mayerling (Vampire Hunter D); only their hands and in some cases their capes.
  • Necrons (Warhammer 40,000)
  • Ray Pearce (X-Files)


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