The ability to manipulate the bones of oneself and/or others. Sub-power of Calcium Manipulation. Variation of Body Manipulation.
- Bone Control
- Controlled Bone Growth
- Dead Bone Pulse/Shikotsumyaku
- Extraskeletal Manipulation
The user has complete control over the bones of oneself and others, bare skeletons or separate bones, including growing, shaping, manipulating density/weight, using as projectiles/weapons, etc.
- Users of Boneless Body are immune.
- May be limited to manipulating the bones of others or only themselves.
- Skin may be torn open in order for bones to emerge, and user may be against over-usage.
- Causing bones to exude from body or break can be still painful.
Kimimaro (Naruto) can form his bones into various blades, such as a short sword.
Kimimaro forming bones out of the angles of his limbs and palms.
Kimimaro compressing his bones to the absolute maximum, creating a very powerful drill.
Kimimaro forming a thin layer of bones under his skin to armor himself from a lethal crushing attack.
Kimimaro firing off his fingertip bones as drilling bullets.
Kimimaro's last resort is to transform calcium within the earth into a forest of bone blades to slaughter his foes indiscriminately.
Kabuto Yakushi (Naruto) infusing his chakra into calcium within the earth to transform them into a massive forest of deadly bone blades.
Kaguya Ōtsutsuki (Naruto) firing her chakra infused bone that will cause her victims to disintegrate via calcium breakdown.
Hihio Zabimaru (Bleach) is a gigantic skeletal whip that Renji can manipulate.
Marrow (Marvel) making weapons out of her bones.
Spyke (Marvel) with the power to generate bone spikes.
Perrin Crocker (Heroes) can generate bone spikes from his body.
Adam (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) uses a bone skewer housed within his left arm to deadly effect.
Bradman (Fairy Tail) can summon valleys of unholy skulls to consume the lives of his enemies.
Kars (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part II Battle Tendency) Bone Blade.
Wamuu (Jojo's Bizarre Adveture Part II Battle Tendency) evades Jojo's attack by dislocating his entire abdomen.
Santana (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part II Battle Tendency) Rib Blades.
The Pillar Men (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part II Battle Tendency), are able to dislocate or even break their own bones.