Want To Be Harvey Dent? 5 Real-Life Careers Comic Book Heroes Have

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Although everyone wants to be a superhero, many people tend to forget that even the stars of comic books had day jobs where they had to wake up early and earn an income. Between saving lives to fighting villains, there is still much work to be done from nine to five so they could bring home the bacon.

1. Spiderman - Photographer
Although Spiderman worked here and there as a photographer for the Daily Bugle, he was able to make plenty of money for his incredible shots of Spiderman that he'd sell, which no one in the city was able to get. He had quite the advantage while promoting his superhero character in New York City.

2. Batman - Owner of Wayne Industries
With a reputation as being a wealthy playboy in Gotham, Bruce Wayne was never in lack as an entrepreneur who owned several different companies, which included Wayne Industries, Wayne Healthcare, Wayne Foods, Wayne AeroSpace, and Wayne Technology. Instead of living off of his parents' money, he was able to continue the growth of his ventures and stay a busy man while fighting criminals.

3. Two-Face - Lawyer
Harvey Dent was a respected district attorney in Gotham City who worked to promote justice in the area, similar to an Austin criminal defense attorney at HarronLaw.com. He stood for honor and was respected for his passion for honor in the city, before having acid thrown on his face and becoming Two-Face.

4. Iron Man - CEO and Inventor
Iron Man is another comic book hero that was worth millions of dollars and works as the CEO of Stark Enterprises in Los Angeles. Stark enrolled at MIT at the age of 15 while majoring in Physics before inventing new technology that included the Iron Man suits, Avengers Quinjets, and S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. For Starks, he likely inherited his ambition and natural intelligence from his father.

5. Superman - Journalist
Besides his red and blue superhero suit, Clark Kent also became known for his classic glasses that he'd wear at work while working as a journalist, reporting the latest news and wanting to bring the truth to the public. This is where he met Lois Lane and began his romantic relationship with the character.

Between working as a criminal defense lawyer to managing multiple enterprises, comic book heroes are often relate-able characters for their normal duties and responsibilities before saving the world.


About the Guest Author:April Labarron is a native of Southern California. She has her BA in English/Literature from MSJC in Menifee, Ca. She views her freelance writing, not only as a career, but as her passion. Other areas of interest include; movies, food, singing, soccer, traveling, shopping and a continuous desire for learning. She is aspiring to be an Austin Criminal defense attorney. She lives on her own and is accompanied by her Pomeranian named, Elvis. She currently resides in Temecula, CA.

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