If you've been paying attention to the financial section of today's superhero news, you will have already noted the high cost of being Batman: $682 million. That's according to one estimate of the comic book character's costs by by British online financial marketplace MoneySupermarket.com.
Big whoop, says Tony Stark.
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The cost of being Iron Man, from the tip of his gold-titanium exoskeleton to the last drop of fuel in his Audi R8, adds up to more than $1.6 trillion, according to one estimate by -- you guessed it -- MoneySupermarket.com.
We're a little more confident in this estimate, however. Whereas the Batman study cited only "our research," this one lists a range of sites with expertise in movie, comics and cars.
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Or maybe it's just that Marvel (another source) likes to exaggerate in its pages more than DC Comics does. Whichever it is, we're hooked on the format, and can't wait to see the infographic on the high cost of being Superman.
One-way ticket from Krypton: priceless.
This story originally published on Mashable here.