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THE TRUE COST OF HEROISM

Money ManWhenever you watch a movie, read a book, or turn on the TV, you might have noticed that some of the characters featured pay a price for living the life they lead. A price, I hasten to add, that is both emotional as well as financial. After all, being a crimefighter, a villain, or a team of loveable-rogues, can occasionally be pretty damn expensive. So much so, in fact, that my good mates over at the true-cost-of-heroism.com have decided to create nine -- I repeat, nine -- individual bios which will illustrate the cost of being a popular character featured in the media.


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This includes bios on Spider-Man, Batman, Breaking Bad, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stranger Things, Ghostbusters, James Bond, Indiana Jones, and Sherlock Holmes, with each one showcasing how much they spend on things like education, rent, transportation, specialist equipment, and gadgets, along with clothing and lifestyle expenditure.

Out of this selection, you might like to know that two of these characters, namely, Batman and Spider-Man, have managed to rack up a combined total profit of $8,886,135,355 per year. While, the rest of the gang, on the other hand, managed to get themselves in debt totaling $137,485,640, with the biggest offenders being Peter Venkman ($136,146,915), James Bond ($911,467), and Walter White ($205,264).

Now in order to come up with this information, TCOH have compiled and organized numerous pieces of financial data obtained from 100 different sources, including Indeed, Forbes, and Business Insider, to name but a few. So, without any further ado, please check out the following infographics to get the full rundown on who has Ka-Ching and who has Na-Ding. Please enjoy.


Info - Batman

Info - Breaking Bad

Info - Buffy

Info - Ghostbusters

Info - Indiana Jones

Info - James Bond

Info - Sherlock Homes

Info - Spiderman

Info - Stranger Things

In closing, I would like to thanks TCOH for allowing me to use their infographics in this article, before encouraging you to check out their website. 

THE TRUE COST OF HEROISM THE TRUE COST OF HEROISM Reviewed by David Andrews on April 04, 2019 Rating: 5

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