Friday, April 16, 2010

Forbes' Fictional 15

I enjoy the fun and potential for debate that goes into the Forbes Fictional 15 - a list of this years riches fictional characters.

Here's the 15, you can see the list in pictures and read the logic of their choices at Forbes' website.

1. Carlisle Cullen, 34.1 billion, Twillight
2. Scrooge McDuck, 33.5 billion, Uncle Scrooge Comics
3. Richie Rich, $11.5 billion, Richie Rich Comics and Films
4. Tony Stark, $8.8 billion, Iron Man
5. Jed Clampett, $7.2 billion, The Beverly Hillbillies
6. Adrian Veidt "Ozymandias", $7 billion, Watchmen
7. Bruce Wayne, $6.5 billion, Batman
8. Tooth Fairy, $3.9 billion
9. Thurston Howell III, $2.1 billion, Gilligan's Island
10. Sir Topham Hatt, $2 billion, Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends
11. Artemis Fowl II, $1.9 billion, Artemis Fowl books
12. C. Montgomery Burns, $1.3 billion, The Simpsons
13. Charles "Chuck" Barthelomew Bass, $1.1 billion, Gossip Girl
14. Jay Gatsby, $1 billion, The Great Gatsby
15. Lucille Bluth, $950 million, Arrested Development

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