Sure, that Tony Stark kid is pretty cool (even if he’s not the first guy to come up with the idea of putting on a robotic exoskeleton and calling oneself ‘Iron Man’) but as interesting metallic compounds go, you could probably do better than boring old Iron.  The Metal Men run the gamut from liquid Mercury to nigh-impenetrable lead, while other super-dupers have metals that sound much more dynamic: Steel Sterling.  The Cobalt Man.  Radioactive gunfighter The Roentgenium Kid.  Indeed, even the nefarious Destro, arms-dealing associate of Cobra is known for his molybdenum headgear, leading us to today’s highly-polished query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced “moh-lib-duh-nim”) would probably choose something super-shiny and dense, but still thinks that Titanium is over-played, asking: If you could have a body made of any single metal, what would you choose?

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  1. Alisha
    June 17, 2015 at 1:17 pm — Reply

    Liquid metal, like in the Terminator franchise.

    Otherwise, I’d choose Beskar from Star Wars (mostly mentioned in EU sources, such as comics, novels and games), the material that makes up Mandalorian armor.

    • June 17, 2015 at 4:41 pm — Reply

      Really cant argue with that, liquid metal seems superior in almost every way.

  2. Armaan
    June 17, 2015 at 9:43 pm — Reply

    I think I’d like to be gold, and have all the money.
    “But Armaan, what good is money against supervilliany?”
    To which I say, “Ask Batman.”

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