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Comic about Elon Musk the Billionaire


Elon Musk Comic Gods and Mortals

Elon Musk Comic with Greek Gods

Who is Elon Musk at his core? This Elon Musk comic seeks to show you the answer to that question.

Athena, the Goddess of wisdom, tells Hermes, the messenger of the Gods, what she thinks of Elon Musk. Yep, she thinks the billionaire is an attention seeker. I wonder what you think?

Okay, let’s get serious. Elon Musk is a maverick who has been on a quest to change the game and disrupt industries across the tech world. From transforming the electric car industry to advancing space exploration, Musk has become a legend in his own right.

Background of Elon Musk: The Comic Strip Star

Elon was born on June 28, 1971, in Pretoria, South Africa. From a young age, he showed an interest in computers and technology, and he would spend hours coding and exploring the digital world.

After finishing high school, Musk moved to the United States to attend college. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned degrees in physics and economics.

Musk’s career took off in the late 1990s when he co-founded Zip2, a software company that provided online business directories and maps to newspapers. The company was eventually sold to Compaq for almost $300 million.

Musk then went on to found PayPal, an online payment platform that revolutionized the way people buy and sell goods online. PayPal was sold to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion.

He eventually went on to become the CEO of multiple attention-seeking companies, including Tesla, SpaceX, X, and The Boring Company, and is known for his ambitious goals and quirky personality. Wow! It’s quite impressive when you think about it.

Unusual and Bizarre Things about Elon Musk

One of the things that make Elon Musk stand out are his outlandish ideas. For example, he once suggested that it would be possible to “nuke Mars” to make it more habitable for humans.

Elon Musk’s personal life has also been the source of some humorous stories. When his newborn son’s name came up during a video conference call in May 2020, he seemingly struggled to pronounce it. Later on, he revealed that his son’s name is “X Æ A-12”, which caused a lot of confusion and amusement.

In 2018, Musk tweeted that he was selling “flamethrowers” through his company, The Boring Company, which sold out quickly and became the subject of internet memes.

In 2018, Musk also launched a cherry red Tesla Roadster into space aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket, complete with a mannequin dressed in a spacesuit. The stunt was widely criticized by some as a wasteful and unnecessary use of resources.

Another time in 2019, Elon Musk tweeted that he was getting rid of all physical possessions, including his houses, and would “own no house”. This statement was later contradicted when he revealed that he was keeping some of his properties.

One of Elon Musk’s most controversial moments occurred in 2019 when he appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast and took one puff of a joint, causing his stock prices to plummet.

The tech billionaire also loves video games and has mentioned playing games like “Mass Effect” and “Overwatch.”

Elon Musk even challenged fellow tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg to a cage fight, but it didn’t happen in the end. There was much hype about the cage fight and that’s what panel number 2 in this Elon Musk comic pokes fun at. Maybe Mark was too big a threat for Elon.

I wonder if Elon Musk gets along with Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon. I’m sure he could have beaten Jeff in a cage fight.

In another bizarre move, just read it like 5 minutes after posting this (so I had to do an update), Elon Musk offered to donate $1 billion to Wikipedia, but on condition that they changed their name to “Dickipedia.”

Elon Musk and X: The Twitter Effect

Musk purchased Twitter in 2022 and then changed the company name to X.

Elon spent an absolute fortune on Twitter, which was founded by Jack Dorsey, Biz Stone, and Evan Williams in 2006. He paid $44 billion for the company, which seems a lot. But I suppose only time will tell if it was a good investment or not.

In this Elon Musk comic, you better appreciate what X, previously known as Twitter, is used for. Basically, it is used to get ATTENTION!!!

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