@lumpoflard Being Iron Man is WAY more expensive. Best superpower = MONEY. http://t.co/nugYla3G
@lumpoflard Dude, there's one more where they've shown being Iron Man is expensive. Best superpower = MONEY.
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These people forgot that he doesn't pay the retail price. His company makes all his shit custom, thus he only pays for the materials.
The cost is relative. Bruce probably spends more than that on sock laundry in a year thus his flippant attitude when he tells Alfred to order 10,000 more cowls. If the cost was an issue he would have done one just hearing that Alfred is going around taking random pot shots at his belongings with a hammer.
Nice work on the infographic BTW...
I wish I could take credit on the info graphic but it's not mine. I put the source on here but it's not showing up. Of course the source is also on the bottom of the graphic.
@Rabbits_In_Black Tony Stark. There's made the same type of infographic by the same people on him. And it's far far far more expensive.
@raindroprose watrutalkin. Being Iron Man is twice as expensive http://t.co/Ef2XN0PT
The graphite cowl is not $1,000,000. He buys 20,000 of them in the first movie. There's no way they cost that much. If you remember, they buy 10,000 cowls through a shell company, but Alfred is able to shatter one from that batch with a hammer. So they buy 10,000 more. I'm not trying to nerd out here, but if the FIRST thing you read on this list is so overblown, how can you trust anything else?
@JessieMartin I thought the same thing at first but then took it as the 30,000 plus quantities he ordered might all have equated to appx. 1,000,000. *Shrug*
@JessieMartin I was gonna write pretty much the same thing. Also, the batarangs being 1,000 for three? You just just got metal and make them in your garage, people have I'm sure.
@JessieMartin By all means please nerd out. This is the appropriate place :-)
I bet the last one is correct. Several engineering degrees probably do cost $500,000.