Here’s a fun series of infographics that break down the cost of being a superhero when these characters were first introduced and compares it to the expenses the characters’ current iterations would rack up today. The series was created last year for Mashable with artwork by Bob Al-Greene
All things considered that makes Batman cheaper than I’d imagine. Considering the crazy wealth in the world it’s fairly plausible. Although the cost of Wayne Manor being only in the thousands, even hundreds of thousands doesn’t sound right to me.
I’d say the cost is probably much more.
Watched Man Of Steel for the first time since seeing it in the theater. I’m still mixed on it. The wanton destruction at the end is super over the top… Still have problems with the way Zod is dispatched. My rancor toward the Jonathan Kent scenes have subsided. Some scenes are perfect. Other…
Are you serious about the destruction? I’d like to know if you thought the destruction in the avengers was over the top as well since there was just as much if not possibly more in there. There was no other way to handle Zod and this movie captured the real Superman, he’s not capatin america.
I don’t know what you mean “real Superman.”
10. Metal Arm Meets Immovable Force
9. Bucky Being Brainwashed
7. Who The Hell Is Bucky?
6. Visiting Fort Lehigh
5. Bucky Visits the Smithsonian
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