Stark industries for sure.
Idk, he's even in or around my field of expertise.
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Deadman, that's exactly it - I don't object to you preferring Wayne to Stark, it's just that you state flat-out that Tony acts a certain way in business, when he's more-or-less the total opposite of that. It's like you've never read an Iron Man comic, or maybe you only read a few of the first hundred issues. To be honest, Bruce, with his 70 years of insane embezzlement is much more the person you think that Stark is. Even when his ID was secret, IM was a Stark "employee", so spending money on his tech was always above-board. Bruce embezzles (fancy way to say "steals") billions of dollars from his shareholders to run a private war on clowns and flightless birds. If a Stark shareholder didn't like spending money on IM, he could always just sell Stark stock. If a Wayne shareholder doesn't like paying for vigilantes, well, Bruce is lying to him, while quite clearly committing massive fraud and Sarbox violations every single year, and he'll never know that he's supporting it. And Wayne just doesn't care, because he knows better than all of those stupid bastards giving him money.
OK well I agree with Adventure on working for Stark I object to the statement that Batman embezzles money. While he's certainly devoted R&D he probably uses his personal fortune rather then the companies.
Or you know you're just not supposed to think about it because its a comic and you're over-analzing to character bash, which seems to be happening a fair bit lately with batman being called a paraniod schizophrenic (I get paraniod but where the hell schizophrenic come from.) to to saying the Punisher has a one up on him morally because he's willing to murder thousands of people.
I go with Stark, seems like the guy you could have a Root Beer with.
Early stage symptoms can include:
Higher degree symptoms include:
Lack of emotion (being "flat")
Specific subsymptoms for Paranoid Schizophrenia include:
Angry and/or argumentative
(False) beliefs that others are trying to harm you or your loved ones
Granted, there are other possible symptoms as well, but that somewhat cherry-picked list kinda describes a good portion of Bruce's life, doesn't it? I mean, I don't know that he would merit a diagnosis, and in any case he'd be a high "functioning" example of whatever diagnosis he'd merit.
Just to make sure people understand - despite the often-used mass-market trope, schizophrenia is NOT MPD (multiple personality disorder).
Now, I am NOT on the side that Punisher is morally "more right" than Batman - that's pretty ridiculous to me. But Wayne is a disturbed man, haunted by truckloads of ghosts that Sam and Dean Winchester haven't gotten around to "ganking" for him. Maybe they lost the map to "Gotham City."
And I seem to recall some of Bruce's stuff being sourced through Wayne - but that could just be the movies talking. If that's not correct, I retract the statement and issue apologies to anyone who was offended by it.
Personally I feel safer with Stark, thats just me.
I would go with WE. Both bosses are decent and honorable sorts concerning their employees, but Stark is more unstable on several levels and gets subjected to far more hostile takeover efforts (all too often with supervillians).