14 TV and comic book characters you should and shouldn't work for

Here are 14 comic book and TV bosses you should and should not work for. It's not always about the money and the cool costume.

Harley Quinn season 2, episode 11, “A Fight Worth Fighting For“ Image Courtesy Warner Bros. Television Distribution/DC Universe
Harley Quinn season 2, episode 11, “A Fight Worth Fighting For“ Image Courtesy Warner Bros. Television Distribution/DC Universe /
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Darth Vader

Darth Vader is a no-nonsense boss. Don’t even think about talking back. He will Force-Choke you or cut you in half for talking back or doubting him. If those were the only reasons, he'd be a decent boss. Unfortunately, you could die for less. If he’s having a bad day, in a rush, or feels you’re not important, he may kill you. He's done this in multiple Marvel Comics. Is this the kind of person you want to work for? It’s doubtful.

Nick Fury

It doesn’t matter if it’s the original Nick Fury from Universe-616 or the one from the Ultimate Universe. Both of them will let you die. Of course, they usually only sacrifice people for the greater good. However, you can’t trust him.

616-Fury once called on some of the greatest heroes to help him stop a Latverian crime. What he didn’t tell them was that he was going to kill innocent people in the process. Then he erased their memories. Wolverine took this personally since Fury knows how often people have messed with his mind (All of this happened in 2004’s Secret War).

In the Ultimate Universe, Fury sent many heroes to another universe to save Reed Richards. The Squadron Supreme captured Reed thinking he was responsible for the deaths of millions of people. Meanwhile, Fury took this opportunity to keep secrets and unleash a Doombot and The Hulk on a planet (this took place in Ultimate Power).