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Can Superman break adamantium?
Well can he? And I mean any incarnation of him pre-crisis, post, Kingdom Come, Prime, 1 million etc. In the Heroes of the Holocaust crossover special in 1981 Doctor Doom created a robot out an alloy almost as powerful as adamantium but he quickly tears it apart.
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Supra you spelled strongest wrong...but eveyone makes mistakes--it's alright. But I must disagree. Superman can do it in the presence of a white star. It's said that these stars give him the most energy.
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First off, i know the difference beween pre and post crisis, but i was saying what he meant. And what the hell kind of logic is "dont ask if you dont know."? Isnt that the way it works? If you dont know the answer to something, you ask......so wtf are you talking about?
In wolverine:the end, one of logans claws was broke, so somebody is able to do it.
Adamantium is virtually indestructable, not totally indestructable (magneto is able to break in through magnetism), so superman precrisis would be able to do it, and post crisis might be able to do it as well.
Adamantium is very expensive and this could possibly be second grade adamantium (i.e. Red Skull has to resort to this grade because regular adamantium in his requested quantity would be too expensive).
I never saw the end, so I cannot classify how it was broken. It could be possible that they were anticipating another adamantium feed back into his body, which preceeded an incident where his bone claws weren't in full length.
Magneto extracted the adamantium by making it malleable, but he didn't destroy it. Pre-crisis Superman have a huge variety of powers, some useful and others ridiculous (i.e. super ventriloquism). He was basically a god that could probably destroy most characters now if he wanted to. He should therefore be strong enough to destroy adamantium.
Post-crisis Superman is extremely depowered and at the very most, could only bend the adamantium, not destroy it. The only character that was shown to destroy an equivalent of adamantium itself was Thanos, but he had the Infinity Gauntlet (shattered Captain America's vibranium shield).
thats why they killed him off! He was getting too unbelievable in human terms and that was crap logic! No dissing the fact that cos he was the first commercial superhero in the twentieth century they made him larger than life and thats why they killed him off. No Pre or Post, somebody knew he couldn't be that strong cos if he was, his people would never have died! YELLOW SUN OR BLUE SUN! So I guess if humans were to be able to fly to his galaxy, they'd become super strong and he'd become virtually human! Right?
I do believe they's shown hulk breaking wolverine's claws in some comics. Being indestructable isn't being unbreakable.or unmeltable.