A miserly duck, a vampire and pair of precocious kids are among the richest fictional characters, according to Forbes Magazine. Scrooge McDuck, the “penny-pinching poultry” with a fortune in gold coins who’s estimated worth is $44.1 billion, headed the list of Forbes’ “Fictional 15” wealthiest imaginary characters. To qualify for the list the characters must be known in their fictional stories and by their audiences for being rich.

The 2011 Forbes Fictional 15:

1. Scrooge McDuck     “Uncle Scrooge" comics       $44.1 billion

2. Carlisle Cullen          “Twilight”         $36.2 billion

3. Artemis Fowl II        “Artemis Fowl” novels $13.5 billion

 

4. Richie Rich   “Richie Rich” comics     $9.7 billion

5. Jed Clampett            “The Beverly Hillbillies”             $9.5 billion

6. Tony Stark   “Iron Man”       $9.4 billion

7. Smaug the dragon     “The Hobbit”    $8.6 billion

8. Bruce Wayne           “Batman”          $7.0 billion

 

9. Mr. Monopoly          Monopoly games          $2.6 billion

10. Arthur Bach            “Arthur” films    $1.8 billion

11. Jo Bennett “The Office”     $1.2 billion

 

12. C. Montgomery Burns        “The Simpsons”            $1.1 billion

13. Chuck Bass            “Gossip Girl”    $1.1 billion

14. Gordon Gekko       “Wall Street”    $1.1 billion

15. Jeffrey Lebowski    “The Big Lebowski”     $1.0 billion

See the full report here.