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Adamantium is used as the key component in several instances in the Marvel Universe, including:
Ultron's outer shell.
Wolverine's skeleton and claws.
Agent Zero's combat knife and bullets.
The outer skin of some of Alkhema's robotic bodies.
Bullseye's spinal column and some strips coating several of his bones.
Certain iterations of Captain America's shield.
Constrictor's original wrist-mounted, prehensile metal coils.
Cyber's claws and skin.
One particular set of Doctor Octopus' arms.
The outer layer of Citizen V's rapier.
Lady Deathstrike's skeleton and talons.
One of Mister Fantastic's labs for extremely dangerous experiments.
Moon Knight's crescent blades.
A unique suit of armor once used by the villain Stilt-Man.
The outer skin of TESS-One.
One of several layers of containment at the superhuman incarceration facility known as the Vault.
An outer coating on the Swordsman's blades.
A special brand of bullet in the Iron Man suit's ballistic weapons.
Bullets used by Underworld.
Doom 2099 suit.
Bucky Barnes' Captain America suit is laced with Adamantium.
A statue of the Hulk, sculpted by Alicia Masters.
Hammerhead's head is made of Adamantium.
Hawkeye has used arrowheads made of Adamantium.
The shield of Ultimate Captain America is composed entirely of Vibranium, which is a super-strong metal created before Adamantium but the formula for which could not be replicated, therefore leading to the creation of Adamantium. This version of Adamantium is not unbreakable. In Ultimates #5, the Hulk breaks a needle made of Adamantium. In Ultimate X-Men #11 (December 2001), an Adamantium cage is damaged by a bomb. In Ultimate X-Men #12 (January 2002), one of Sabretooth's four adamantium claws is broken.