I came across some sentences using out of something or someone and I can't make its meaning clear all the time, say I want to make a supersonic man out of you. How can I understand this sentence and out of here represent what?
From this link:
It simply means to create/construct X (product/result) using Y (material/substance to be processed/utilized).
I want to make a supersonic man out of you
Supersonic Man = product/result
You = Material to be processed/utilized
You might be interested to see this discussion in EL&U.
PS: The example sentence seems like a science experiment to me. Reminds me of Captain America and the Hulk.