How Much Money Would it Take to Become Batman? Here’s the Answer

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Batman is one of that rare breed of superheroes who isn’t really super at all.

He wasn’t bitten by a spider, sent from another planet, or part of some radioactive accident. He’s just a rich guy with a revenge complex – and we love him for it.

But what would it really cost to become the Dark Knight? We’re talking hard dollar costs here.

Thanks to comic historian Thaddeus Howze, we have the answer – $682,450,750.

That figure takes into account the cost of Wayne Manor so, if you’re willing to forgo the epic home, you can be Batman for just under $83,000,000? Sounds like a deal to me.

Here’s the breakdown:

Are you ready to be Batman?

About Hunter Roosevelt

Hunter's political beliefs are always evolving. Not really. He can be seen supporting whichever side has the hotter women so it's almost always the conservative side (have you seen the hippy chicks? Gross). When he's not writing he's celebrating the resurgence of his beloved Florida Gators and New York Mets.