Supereconomics – Part 3

Apparently, keeping track of money isn’t Batman’s strong suit. Or maybe Robin is just really good at cooking the books.

Ether Batarangs cost a lot or the Bat Family is extremely wasteful with them.

So Batarangs either cost a fortune or the Batman Family is extremely wasteful when it comes to using them.

Today’s example of creative accounting has been brought to you by Teen Titans #9 (May 2004) by Geoff Johns, Mike McKone, Marlo Alquiza, and Norm Rapmund.

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2 Responses to “Supereconomics – Part 3”

  1. awritershailmarypass Says:

    Oh, please, we all know Batman already knows about this. He knows everything. Also, the Bat-hood-ornament is a nice touch.

  2. Lunar Archivist Says:

    Actually, he was taken aback by it when he found out. Just goes to show how good Tim Drake is. 🙂

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