Richest Cartoon Characters Who Are Living The Dream

Richest Cartoon Characters Who Are Living The Dream


What would you do with billions of dollars? Buy houses? Fancy cars? Entire Islands?? From Bruce Wayne from Batman to Richie Rich,
here are the richest cartoon characters who are living the dream. Number 10 – Tony Stark from Iron Man. Every superhero has an origin story. Tony Stark – the philanthropist and billionaire
that we all know and love from the Avengers – came into wealth through Stark Industries
that his father Howard Stark bought from business tycoon Jose Protacio Rizal. Stark Industries dealt in advanced weapons
and defence technologies. Forbes claimed that the overall sales from
the company amounted to 20.3 billion dollars, lending Tony his billionaire title. Whilst during his teenage years, Tony showed
no interest in Stark Industries, when his father was killed in an accident caused by
Justin Hammer, he was forced to step up to the plate and take up the mantle of chairman. He was later kidnapped and forced to build
an invincible armour for The Hand and Mandarin. However, he used the suit against them to
escape and later used it to fight crime – thus becoming Iron Man. That wasn’t the end of the income for Stark
Industries, however, as Stark continued his weapon trade and also provided hovercrafts
for S.H.I.E.L.D among other things. Overall, Tony is estimated to be worth 12.4
billion dollars. Number 9 – Bruce Wayne from Batman. It isn’t an origin story if there isn’t
a parental or family death – whether you’re from DC or Marvel. It seems that the Wayne family were never
entirely without wealth, dating back to colonial times when Bruce’s predecessors came to
Gotham City from Europe and began their own industrial empire. On the other side of the family tree, Bruce’s
mother, Martha also came from a wealthy background so she just added to the Wayne’s huge piggy
bank. Wayne Enterprises strived to be a green company
– meaning that they were doing everything they could to be as environmentally friendly
as possible. Does that mean that the Batmobile has eco-friendly
gas emissions? Who knows. But all of the wealth driven from the company
meant that Bruce could develop everything he needed to be the shadowed vigilante in
the night. Overall, Bruce is estimated to be worth 9.2
billion dollars which means he is a little lower on the food chain than Tony Stark. That’s got to hurt. Number 8 – Mr C Montgomery Burns from the
Simpsons. Honestly, who doesn’t love to hate Mr Burns
and his evil plot hands and snivelling voice? Whatever he’s doing, he must be doing something
right to land himself on our list of the richest. Unlike Bruce, he is definitely not eco-friendly
as he runs the notorious nuclear power plant that Homer Simpson works at. But how did he acquire enough money to be
able to own one? Well, in his youth, he deserted his family
to live with a billionaire who was the owner of an atom mill in Shelbyville. Inspired by what he saw, he attended university
to learn the ins and outs of science and business. After graduating, he took over management
of the power plant which his grandfather had founded. Mr Burns is our richest character yet with
a net worth of 16.8 billion dollars. If it weren’t for the fact that he was over
100 years old, perhaps he could take over being Iron Man. And now for one of your childhood favorites
but first be sure to subscribe!!! Number 7 – Richie Rich. This poor little rich boy is the youngest
on our list and he is so rich that his middle name is a dollar sign. Unlike Mr Burns, however, Richie doesn’t
use his wealth for anything villainous and is portrayed to be kind in the cartoon adaptations
of the comic. His parents were the source of his wealth
and he could buy everything he wanted – he had two of everything that he owned. His father was an industrialist who earned
enough money for the Rich family to have an expensive mansion to live in and an extravagant
lifestyle. Little Richie Rich is seriously rich with
a net worth of 24.7 billion dollars. Number 6 – Charles Xavier from X-Men. Professor Charles Xavier. Not only is he super cool, he’s also super
rich. Like most of the people in our list, he was
born into money that his father had from his career as a nuclear scientist. We all know that he later invested this money
into the Xavier Institute and the X-Men. However, what makes Charles stand out the
most from the others in our list is that he doesn’t hold onto the money or earn any
more during his narrative. Which probably comes from the number of times
that his mansion is destroyed due to the fights in X-Men – cartoon, comic and movie universe
alike. Let’s hope that he has insurance. He doesn’t earn much income aside from the
student tuition fees which let’s be real, does he ever get them paid to him properly? He also isn’t the richest in this comic
universe. Emma Frost, also known as White Queen, has
a hefty inheritance from her parents and also has her own lucrative business ventures which
bring in an income of their own. There’s also hints to the Wolverine having
some money as he founded the Jean Grey school. However, if we want to hop universes into
the movie universe, it seems that Xavier loses all of his money before the events of Logan
as he and Logan are forced to live in a rundown shack where they can barely make ends meet
to pay for Xavier’s medicines. Before all of this happened, however, Charles
had a net worth of 3.5 billion dollars which in this list is pretty small fry. Number 5 – Mom from Futurama. Carol Miller or Mom is the chief executive
and shareholder of Momcorp – an industrial company which is the source for the majority
of Earth’s robots. However, these robots come with a small catch. Buried within them is a device which means
that Mom is completely in charge of them and they have to do whatever she tells them to. Is she worse than Mr Burns? We’ll leave you to decide. To the public, she ensures that she has a
sweet and motherly demeanour but to those who would stand in her way of being as successful
as possible, there is a much darker side to her. The conglomerate Momcorp itself has an income
of an unthinkable 291.8 billion dollars but individually, Carol has a net worth of 15.7
billion dollars. She only holds 99.7% of the shares, after
all. Number 4 – Mr Krabs from Spongebob Squarepants. Are you ready, kids? Money-mad Mr Krabs is next on our list and
is also one of our more interesting characters. He is obsessed with money; throughout the
series, we frequently see him holding money or kissing it or crying over it. But he is very frugal and loathe to spend
any of it – even on Spongebob and Squidward’s wages. Which is probably how he comes to have his
wealth as you wouldn’t think in a small town that he would make that much – especially
as the Krusty Krab never seems to be overly busy. Mr Krabs keeps a safe full of money – alongside
the secret recipe for the Krabby Patty – in the back of the restaurant. In a later series, he earns his millionth
dollar so he’s definitely not up there with our other billionaires but he’s certainly
not a pauper either. His net worth is estimated to be 5 million
dollars. Number 3 – Ozymandias from Watchmen. Adrian Alexander Veidt, also known as Ozymandias
is a retired member of the Watchmen team and you’ve guessed it – he’s a billionaire. His family had a substantial wealth but Veidt
didn’t have any of the characteristics of some of the more villainous in our list. In fact, he was very humble and chose to hide
his superior intelligence from his school by doing just enough to have average grades. Similarly to Bruce Wayne, he inherited his
riches when his wealthy German parents died. However, he did something which none of our
characters have so far – he donated it all to charity. He later regained his fortune when he revealed
his true identity after retiring and used the marketing to earn money and turn his intelligence
to business. This soon turned into an empire which had
a large income to only increase his net worth all the more. Richie Rich has still remained unbeaten, however,
as Veidt’s net worth is 7 billion dollars. Number 2 – Carter Pewterschmidt from Family
Guy. Having a father-in-law that doesn’t like
you is bad enough. But Peter Griffin has a father-in-law that
doesn’t like him and is also incredibly rich. Like everything else in Family Guy, Carter
Pewterschmidt – Lois’ father – is a very stereotypical rich conservative. He owns Pewterschmidt Industries – side
note, what is it with these characters and naming their companies after themselves? Do their egos fit into the headquarters? I digress. He also owns U.S. Steel. Because of this, he’s developed a real sense
of ‘holier than thou’ syndrome and thinks he and Lois are far too good for simple-Joe
Peter. He hates him so much that he even offered
him a million dollars if he called off the wedding to Lois. There is one point within the series, however,
where he loses all of his fortune and is forced to live the penniless life – this creates
a momentary bond between him and his son-in-law as Peter tries to show him that money isn’t
all there is to life. This is short-lived, however, as Carter soon
earns back his money and goes back to his usual snobby self. His net worth is 2.5 billion dollars. Number 1 – Kuzco from Emperor’s New Groove. Finally, we have our favourite llama. Voiced by the charismatic David Spade, Kuzco
is one of the most arrogant and selfish protagonists that Disney have dared to show. The movie was inspired by the tale the Emperor’s
New Clothes but they turned it on its head as Disney often do by turning the spoiled
Emperor into a llama to teach him a lesson in humility and kindness. The young Emperor is seen at the beginning
of the movie trying to buy an entire village so that he could build his holiday home there
called Kuzcotopia – complete with water slide. While this may not seem too awful considering
the lavish things that some of our previous characters have bought, it’s definitely
one of the most selfish as this would mean that an entire village – including sidekick
Pacha’s family – would have to move away to make room for it. Not that Kuzco cares as all he says is boo
hoo. His llama experience soon teaches him that
having what you want isn’t all that is important. He still buys Kuzcotopia but he builds it
on the hill opposite Pacha’s village and upgrades Pacha’s home to make room for his
new children. While there’s no direct evidence for what
Kuzco’s net worth would be, Incan emperors were known to have hoards of gold – like
the Lost Treasure of Atahualpa which was an entire room full of a ransom sum of gold and
silver alike. Thanks for watching!! Who is your favourite billionaire cartoon
character? Let us know in the comments below and be sure
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