It would be pretty cool to be a superhero. But if you aren’t born with some sort of amazing superpower – and I assume most of us are lacking some of the more awesome attributes like mind reading, superhuman strength, or being able to fly – you’ve got your work cut out for you.
So if you aren’t born with it, what are your options? Well, you’re pretty much limited to one: You have to buy your superhero-ness. Getting into the superhero business isn’t for the faint of heart, either – it will cost you a pretty penny and get cash back. Just how much? Here’s a nifty graphic that uses Iron Man as an example. Before you read it, put all of your credit cards away…
How much does it cost to be Iron Man?
- The suit (all inclusive): $110,302,000
- Arc reactor: $36,000,000
- Gold-titanium exoskeleton suit: $10,000,000
- Repulsor jet packs: $13,800,000
- Computer system and helmet: $54,100,000 +$1,020,000
- Guns and missiles: $1,900,000
- Jarvis super computer: $10,000,000
- House: $25,000,000
- Suits: $1,464,000,000
- Cars: $3,415,000