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US Molten Man

A enemy of Spider-Man's in Ultimate Spider-Man.

History

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Super Powers

Mark Raxton's body was permanently bonded with a liquid metal alloy derived from organic components found within a meteor that fell to Earth.

As a result, he possesses a variety of superhuman abilities.

Superhuman Strength: Molten Man possesses enough strength to lift 40 tons.

Superhuman Stamina: Molten Man's musculature generates considerably less fatigue toxins during physical activity than the musculature of an ordinary human being. He is capable of exerting himself at peak capacity for about 24 hours before fatigue begins to impair him.

Superhuman Durability: Molten Man is highly resistant to physical injury, much more so than an ordinary human. He is capable of withstanding high caliber bullets, great impact forces, falls from great heights, powerful explosions, and temperatures well in excess of 500 degrees Farenheit without sustaining injury.

Energy Manipulation: Molten Man is capable of temporarily increasing the temperature of any part of his body, or even his entire body, at will. He is capable of generating relatively intense levels of heat, up to 300 degrees Farenheit, and dangerous levels of radiation. In this state, Molten Man is capable of melting many conventional materials, including some types of metals (phosphorus, sodium, mercury and potassium), and could cause severe burns with a single touch.

Incineration: Molten Man is capable of turning his own body temperature into fire to shoot out of his palms. He can also turn the body temperature of someone else into flames, potentially incinerating the person.

Molten Man's fingers are particularly sensitive to sound, making him a highly skilled safe-cracker. He is also a highly skilled chemical engineer, partially responsible for developing the alloy that is bonded to his skin. While he has had no formal training, his powers make him a formidable combatant.

Molten Man possesses superhuman strength sufficient to lift about 40 tons under optimum conditions.

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