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Top 15 Richest Fictional Characters

Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional 15, which ranks the richest characters from television, film, comics and books.

Aug 27, 2014 | By Luxuo

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Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional 15, which ranks the richest characters from television, film, comics and books.

On top of the list is Scrooge McDuck, a billionaire bird known for storing a fortune in gold coins inside a massive Duckburg “money bin.”

With the price of gold up more than 30% year over year, the quacking Croesus’ net worth soared to $44.1 billion.

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Joining the Scottish McDuck at the top of the cash heap are; immortal vampire Carlisle Cullen ($36.2 billion), Ireland’s master criminal and child genius, Artemis Fowl II ($13.5 billion) and business magnate Richie Rich ($9.7 billion).

The members of the 2011 list of wealthiest fictional characters have an average net worth of $9.86 billion, up 20% from last year.

In aggregate, the Fictional 15 are worth $131.55 billion –more than the gross domestic product of New Zealand – Via Forbes.

2011 Forbes Fictional 15

1. Scrooge McDuck $44.1 B — Mining and treasure hunting
2. Carlisle Cullen $36.2 B — Compound interest and investments
3. Artemis Fowl II $13.5 B — Theft, forgery and Facebook
4. Richie Rich $9.7 B — Inheritance and conglomerates
5. Jed Clampett $9.5 — Oil and gas
6. Tony Stark $9.4 B — Defense
7. Smaug $8.6 B — Marauding
8. Bruce Wayne $7.0 B — Inheritance and defense
9. Mr. Monopoly $2.6 B — Real estate
10. Arthur Bach $1.8 B — Inheritance
11. Jo Bennett $1.2 B — Electronics and inheritance
12. C. Montgomery Burns $1.1 B — Energy
13. Chuck Bass $1.1 B — Real estate
14. Gordon Gekko $1.1 B — Investments
15. Jeffrey Lebowski $1.0 B — Inheritance

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