I am kind of confused on how Magneto took the adamantium out of Wolverine. It appears that he liquified the metal and ripped it out of him. Also, in the movies it shows magneto bending it with little effort. I read up on magneto's powers and it said that he has the ability to liquify metals including Adamantium. I thought once Adamantium was solid, it couldn't be melted, but does that mean it can't be liquified by other means? I think that there is anti-metal or anti-vibranium or something like that that can liquify metals including adamantium as well. Can someone explain this? Is magneto just manipulating the adamantium on an atomic level witch makes it appear liquid? Thanks!
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