Billionaires are also integral in the hero community, especially when it comes to the super teams. Without Bruce Wayne’s financial support the Justice League wouldn’t have a place to go during down time, likewise, Avenger’s Tower is paid for through Tony Stark’s company. What I’m saying is Superman can have all the laser eyes and ice breath he wants but he ain’t funding a moon base on a journalist salary. Unlimited funds is what makes these billionaires the heroes they are. Look, Iron Man can watch a news report about a terrorist half way around the world attacking a village and be there in seconds flat. Spider-Man stays in Queens because his webbing is expensive to make and his dependence on public transportation.
Dammit, the Chameleon was two stops ago
Proper training is also extremely important in becoming a successful hero. Training takes undying determination and skill, an unlimited trust fund doesn’t hurt either. Batman’s story is not that different from what could happen to anyone. At the age of seven any city dweller could be leaving their luxury balcony seats at the opera early and have their parents brutally murdered in an allay way right in front of their eyes. But then what happens? They get shipped away to foster care and people feel sorry for them. Billionaire children, however, have the means (and the butlers) to help them in their crusade for justice. No one cares about poor Batman because he rolls up in the Bat-Hyundai and throw rocks at criminals but people respect rich Batman who has a Batmobile and throws batarangs.
Poor Batman wants to avenge his parents too
Being a billionaire has always been one of the ways to become a super hero. Every comic book hero is either born with powers, (mutants, superman) acquire their powers, (bites, experiments) or are rich people who have something stolen from them or taken away. So this actually is a lesson, never cross a rich person because they are known for life long super powered vendettas.
Never bring up Batman’s parents