Marvel is an American Media Franchise that produces superheroes movies. These movies are mainly based on superheroes that appear in Marvel comic series. These characters with superpowers work for the world’s welfare and, in return, get a good reputation, popularity, and luxurious life like Iron Man and Black Panther. But not every superhero has these privileges. Some of them live a regular life with low pay with a lost identity of their own. These are the poorest Marvel superheroes who struggle to live a superhero life.
Hulk: The Hulk has been one of the poorest superheroes of Marvel for a long time. He had excellent job security when he used to work as a physicist. But after that accident in the lab which turned him into a giant green monster, he has always been on the run. Whenever Bruce Banner gets angry, he transforms into the Hulk with only torn clothes on his body. People chased him due to his scary look and wanted to study a creature like him. Also, not to forget, the millions of dollars in property damage caused by his rage.
Big Bertha: Ashley Crawford, widely known as Big Bertha, is a mutant who can alter her body mass whenever she wants to. She gains incredible strength and power during her transformed state, but whenever she changes to her real self, she becomes an attractive model with a slender body. As a professional model, she earns an acceptable lifestyle for herself. Still, as the primary financier of the Great Lakes Champions, she is always seen emptying her savings to support the team.
Spider-Man: In the Spider-Man series, Peter Parker works as a freelancer photographer in which he earns only to support his basic amenities. Despite being a hero who always rescues his city from danger, his job does not afford him a luxurious life.
Firestar: Firestar, aka Angelica Jonas, born as a mutant, discovers his ability to generate significant heat at 13 years. After a year of practice, she learns to control his powers and starts working with the Avengers for a while. But after signing in to the Superhuman Registration Act, she chooses to continue her academic education instead of working as a superhero. As a college student, Firestar faces many financial problems and got considerable debts to repay student loans.
Rage: Elvin Haliday obtains incredible strength after jumping in a chemical creek to hide from some thugs. After naming himself Rage, he worked with many superheroes like Captain America and The Avengers. But unfortunately, he was later rejected after being discovered as a teenager. After getting rejected, he chooses to continue his education, but much like Firestar, he doesn’t have any other job, which places him in massive debt.
Doorman: Doorman can teleport himself wherever he wants to go. It seems like fun but has no use while fighting crimes or breaking out the bad guys’ location. It just looks like even with such ability, he was living everyday life as a graduate and had a bad habit of gambling which gives him a complicated life with no savings.