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Infographic: The Cost of Being Iron Man

how much does it cost to be iron man

Last week we brought you the infographic on the cost of being Batman, today we bring you the cost of being Iron Man thanks to Money Super Market.  Personally, I’m more of a Batman fan because I can’t stand cocky guys like Tony Stark but I’m sure there are lots of guys that want to be like Tony/Iron Man.  If it’s any consolation, it costs a lot more to be Iron Man than Batman.  Hit the jump to view the full infographic on costs associated with being Iron Man.

cost of being iron man

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Deshra August 2, 2012 at 12:59 pm

To point out a fact, the arc reactor is actually much cheaper to manufacture, as it is a electromagnetically refueling plasma loop reactor. The repulsor jets and rays are fairly easy to construct, I would give the detail but as I am prototyping them myself I am not revealing the secret to anyone. The arc reactor design and plans are in the U.S. patents office by the way. And the palladium used for the arc reactor in the amounts that it would need for one that size would run US$80 since palladium last time I checked was US$20 an ounce.


Michael August 2, 2012 at 5:12 pm

I’m not sure about the rest of your comment but I do know palladium is around $600 an ounce and hasn’t been $20 per oz in the last 2 decades which leads me to believe you don’t really know what you’re talking about 😉


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