Because Laura or X-23 was a clone of Wolverine. She did not in fact have a full adamantium skeleton just claws in her hands and feet. Unlike Wolverine, however, X-23 has only two claws per hand which were one of two weapons of offence, the other being the claw in her foot.
Like her father, Laura has a regenerative healing factor and enhanced senses, speed, and reflexes. She also has retractable adamantium-coated bone claws in her hands and feet.
She naturally has bone claws inside her feet (and the horrible scientists ripped them out without anesthetic, coated them in adamantium, and then reinserted them). In Logan, the claws are totally artificial, so the real reason she has them between her toes is because that's how Laura looks in the comics.
Originally, he had only his healing powers, and Weapon X added the “claws” as a weapon when they fused his (much more human) skeleton with adamantium.
Charles told me." "What else did he tell you?" Laura Kinney Howlett (designated as X23-23) is a mutant, artificially created by Alkali-Transigen to use as a soldier. She is also the biological daughter of Wolverine, with similar powers, including regeneration and adamantium claws.
Selene is the oldest known human mutant. Functionally immortal, her millennia-long life is attributed to her ability to drain the life essence from other beings to extend her own existence indefinitely.
Hawkeye's finale made canon for the MCU something fans have been theorizing about for quite some time: not only is Hawkeye/Clint Barton's (Jeremy Renner) wife Laura Barton (Linda Cardellini) a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, she's actually Agent 19, also known as Mockingbird.
Which metal comes out on top? While vibranium is the more durable material, adamantium is the more dense material. This means that given the right circumstances, adamantium can potentially cut through pure vibranium.
Unlike adamantum, Magneto cannot manipulate vibranium – not if it's pure. Vibranium is a rare, extraterrestrial metallic ore. It has near-mystical properties that allow for energy manipulation and more. There is a Wakandan isotope and an Antarctic isotope, and both of them are completely unaffected by Magneto's powers.
During the final fight in The Wolverine, Logan-San had his adamantium claws sliced clean off by The Silver Samurai, leaving him with organic bone claws that grow back through the stubs of the adamantium coating.
Laura is Logan's clone. She was created from a corrupted sample of Logan's DNA, with only the X chromosome salvageable, which (in comic book science) explains why she's female.
For most of the film, she is silent, with emotions shown only by the movement of her eyes, the occasional head nod and loud screams when she pops her claws. Laura seems like she may be mute — perhaps she is too damaged by a childhood in which she was trained to be a weapon.
Laura Howlett (born 2018), also known as X-23, is a class 3 mutant who possesses superhuman strength, durability, endurance, speed, agility, reflexes, flexibility, dexterity, stamina, senses, an accelerated healing factor and retractable razor-sharp claws. She is also the biological daughter of Logan.
As he inches closer and closer toward his final reward, he's unfortunately impeded by the arrival of a young girl named Laura (X-23) who has abilities very similar to his own. Harboring two claws on each hand instead of three, Laura is a mute who is related to Wolverine in a very strange way.
Wolverine will never break a bone. Wolverine also has superhuman strength because he has had to lug around an extra 100 pounds of metal for decades. And having indestructible bones means that Logan doesn't even need to use his claws to kill.
Sarah Kinney, the scientist who carried Laura's cloned body to term and considered a motherly figure to the X-Man, has her DNA inside Laura as well. Therefore, just as Logan is considered X-23's father, Sarah is confirmed to be her mother.
CAN MAGNETO LIFT THOR'S HAMMER? Yes,magneto can control magnetic fields not metals. So Marvel had revealed that Magneto can lift Thor's hammer.
Identified in 1781, tungsten is the strongest pure metal element in the real world. In the world of make-believe, vibranium or adamantium are considered the strongest fictional elements.
In the Iron Man 2 novelization, the new element created by Tony Stark to replace Palladium in the arc reactor is called Vibranium.
“A lightsaber will cut through anything,” Jackson says without hesitation. “Vibranium also.” So there you have it. It looks like, from this small sample, most people are in agreement that Captain America's shield can't hold up forever.
“It's well documented that the hammer is made out of 'Uru,' a fictional metal from Thor's native realm of Asgard.”
Adamantium is a metallic alloy that, once the elements are brought together, cannot be broken. That makes adamantium really powerful in the Marvel world, used for the outer shell of the robot Ultron, but mainly for its use in the claws and skeletons of Wolverine and his various enemies and allies.
Bobbi Morse, Agent 19 of S.H.I.E.L.D.