The Wealthiest Fictional Characters 'Twilight' vampire tops Forbes list; cartoon superheroes fare well By M. Morris, Newser Staff Posted Apr 24, 2010 11:20 AM CDT 6 comments Comments Bella Swan cozies up to Edward Cullen in a "Twilight" doll display of affection. Edward's adoptive father, Carlisle, is the wealthiest fictional character in Forbes magazine's new rankings. (AP Photo/Barbie) (Newser) – Upheaval in the financial sector has widespread implications—it even affects the annual Forbes rankings of the wealthiest fictional characters. Entering the list at No. 1 is Carlisle Cullen, the Twilight vampire patriarch, who has a serious advantage in that he's undead and has had 370 years to accumulate his $34.1 billion fortune. The full list is here; the rest of the top five are: Scrooge McDuck: "Gains were crimped because of money spent having adventures with three nephews and bumbling personal pilot." Richie Rich: "Analysts are bullish about market potential of Prof. Keenbean's latest invention, a fusion-powered ice cream scoop." Tony Stark, aka Iron Man: Boasts "that he has 'privatized world peace.'" Jed Clampett: The Beverly Hillbillies paterfamilias is riding high along with the price of crude oil. To see the full top 15, click here.