I think I’ve seen the internet and various mammoth sites around compared to just about everything possible. Well, that was until today when someone on Reddit posted a little infographic that compared to superheroes. Not only are they being compared to superheroes but DC Comics superheroes. That sounds like my sort of infographic.
For as many great superheroes there are with fantastic powers like your Superman, Wonder Woman, Thor, The Hulk and so on, there are many more superheroes that aren’t endowed with superpowers to save the Earth. While heroes like Batman and Iron Man might dominate on the silver screen, they don’t have their own superpowers. Both superheroes and supervillains have used their money to become among the most powerful people in the world.
So today, we have a handy little infographic to take us through the finances of some of the most powerful men in the Marvel and DC universes.
As awesome as it would be to be Batman or Iron Man, the cost of all those gadgets would bankrupt all but the richest people in the world. The cost of being the two legendary heroes is an estimated $2.3 billion (yes, with a “b”). Fortunately, for Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark, their combined net worths are in excess of $36.6 billion divided between a $7 billion value of Wayne Enterprises, Tony Stark’s $9.3 billion personal net worth and $20.3 billion value of Stark Industries.
For these facts and more information about two of the biggest superheroes on the big screen, we have a handy infographic that crunches the numbers. Continue reading
The NHL hired legendary comic book maestro Stan Lee to help them promote the game among children by developing the NHL Guardians. These are comic book-esque superheroes based created to represent each franchise and their home cities. Each Guardian even came with his own comic book-esque back story. All 30 of the Guardians were unveiled over the last month and here they are. Continue reading
Now we return to your regular scheduled programming. That’s right, after a week off, I’m back with the latest Entertainment Link-Off. Steve did an awesome job with the ELO last week and it looks like he didn’t scare you guys away. This week features the songstress Pixie Lott. She’s already a massive hit over in Europe. Now when will she make a stop here in Canada?
After the jump Kick-Ass actually kicks ass, a few movie lists to check out, November Sweeps and a look at how Transformers 2 should have ended. Continue reading