Metal Mimicry –The character has a body composed of metal. Metal Mimicry is also known as Ferro Body, Ferro Form, Ferro Mimicry, Ferro Physiology, Ferrokinetic Mimicry, Ferrokinetic Physiology, Metal Body, Metal Form, Metal Physiology, Metallic Body, Metallic Form, Metallic Mimicry, Metallic Physiology, Metallicization and Metallization. (288.1) Metal Mimicry (molten) is a specialized form of this power.
Literary Critique of Metal Mimicry
Colossus (Marvel) is a superhero that can turn his whole body into metal (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe V1 #3).
Ferro Lad (DC) is a superhero that can only turn his skin into various metals (Adventure Comics V1 #346).
Shrapnel (DC) is a supervillain that can turn into metal shrapnel (Who’s Who in the DC Universe #13).
Ben Boxer (DC) can cover himself with metal coating (DC Who’s Who #2).
Batman (DC) becomes a metalloid in World’s Finest Comics V1 #143.
As mentioned earlier, Ferro (DC) and Colossus (Marvel) are the metal mimics of their respective universes and unite in Unlimited Access #2.
Kal El II (DC) has superpowers but has to live with people made out of metal in Superman V1 #166.
Flailing Dreadnought – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
Guardian of the Damned – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
Living Steel – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Metal Monsters – Space Family Robinson Gold Key #15 (1966)
Searing Wind – Creature Collection I
Shredstorm – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III
Xaver – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Metal Man (Savage Dragon) can turn into an immobile piece of cast iron.
Curse Words #1 (Image)
Golden Universe – All Star Comics #43 (DC)