When we talk about superheroes, we talk about their superpowers, their strength, their ability to attract women, and the same can be said for superheroines. But today we are not going to babble about some supernatural power, who is superior and all that, instead, we will talk about their wealth. The question is who has the most? In one of the most stand-out lines and rather a hilarious scene, when Barry Allen asked Bruce Wayne “what are your superpowers again?” He answered, “I’m Rich.” As simple as that. Well, Batman sure is the fan favorite, he is rich, lives a life of a playboy and also a philanthropist but he is not alone.
1.Black Panther – Net Worth: $90.7 trillion
T’Challa, the Black Panther, isn’t just the richest superhero. He’s almost undoubtedly the wealthiest fictional character of all time. How is it even possible for one person to have this much wealth? T’Challa is the king of Wakanda, a fictional African country with nearly all of the world’s reserves of Vibranium. And Vibranium, being a super-strong metal (Captain America’s shield is made out of Vibranium), doesn’t come cheap. According to the comics, the material costs $10,000 per gram, and Wakanda’s Vibranium vaults have 10,000 tons of the stuff (Doomwar #1). A little math and that amount of Vibranium would cost more than the GDP of the entire world. Unfortunately for T’Challa, a plot by Doctor Doom to steal Wakanda’s Vibranium forced the king to release a fail-safe rending the stockpile inert, and potentially worthless.
2.Namor – Net Worth: $300 billion
The estimated net worth of Namor (Namor McKenzie) is $300 Billion. You may not be pretty much familiar with this guy and don’t mistake him for DC’s Aquaman, but he can be considered as the Aquaman version in Marvel Universe. This pink-skinned Mutant is the Prince of Atlantis. He controls over two-thirds of the world’s resources as he is the ruler of the oceans.
3.Iron Man – Net Worth: $12.4 billion
Tony Stark, otherwise known as Iron Man, narrowly edges out Wayne in the battle of billionaire playboys. Interestingly, while Forbes ranks Stark’s wealth ahead of Batman, the publication lists Stark Industries’ revenue ($20.3 billion) as less than that of Wayne Enterprises. Chalk it up to Wayne’s legendary philanthropy.
4.Bat Man – Net Worth: $9.2 billion
Considering Bruce Wayne’s superpower is essentially “being rich enough to afford gadgets and karate training,” it makes sense that the Batman would be pretty loaded. Forbes estimates Wayne’s worth at $9.2 billion, and lists his company, Wayne Enterprises, as having an annual revenue of $31.3 billion.
5.Green Arrow – Net Worth: $7 billion
The estimated net worth of Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) is $7 Billion. He inherited everything from his parents and is the owner of Queen Industries. His father, Robert Queen (founder of Queen Industries) earned his fortune by selling ammunition and weapons. Oliver now uses the income from his industry for charitable works and also for financing his friends.
Running a mutant superhero team isn’t cheap, so it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that two X-Men leaders make the list. Professor Charles Xavier, the founder of the X-Men and Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, is worth $3.5 billion; at least according to Fantomex, who tried to extort Xavier (New X-Men #129). You’d think the same person who can read everyone’s mind might have a little bit more money on hand (he’d only be #497 in the Forbes 500), but Xavier seems to have bigger priorities than acquiring cash.
7.Iron Fist – Net Worth: $2 billion
The estimated net worth of Iron Fist (Daniel Rand) is $2 Billion. He is in search for the guys who killed his parents and earned all these wealth by a fortune. He runs the Rand International company and later turns it into a non-profitable organization to help the poor and the needy. Even though he possesses all this wealth, he always prefers to maintain a simple life unlike the others on the list.
8.Emma Frost – Net Worth: $1-3 billion
Frost, a reformed villain, now helps lead the X-Men with her psychic powers—and her enormous fortune. As chair of the board and CEO of Frost International, a multi-billion dollar electronics conglomerate, the telepath has considerable financial resources. And while there’s no specific figure placed on her wealth, her liquidated holdings were apparently sufficient to fund the X-Men’s island base for “the foreseeable future.” So that’s probably a lot.
9.Magneto – Net Worth: $500 million
The estimated net worth of Magneto (Max Eisenhardt) is $500, Million. It may not be fair to categorize Magneto as a superhero, but he is somewhere in between. He became wealthy by stealing the Nazi gold from Hydra. But the most interesting fact is that even though, Magneto is wealthy, he has no use for money.
10.Mister Fantastic – Net Worth: $200 million
The estimated net worth of Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards) is $200, Million. Mister Fantastic is the leader of team Fantastic Four. He inherited this huge amount of money from the government grants, which he got for his scientific works. He owns the Baxter building and finances all the adventures of Fantastic Four.