Meet our cast, click on their pictures to follow their action!
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Meet these fabulously bizarre and pretentiously excentric people, all airs and no money, always on the lookout for a bailout, ready to stage a strike for more vacation or some layouts. They just can’t suck it up! And the world’s got hell to pay for their ailments…
Trichet: He won’t be there long, but so far he’s the ECB’s President. He’s everything Fedman can’t be, and the opposite holds also true. A European gentleman, elegant, soft spoken and with a French accent. There’s word he has many offers to star in a bunch of TV series for aged housewifes. At the moment he’s stuck with this ECB thing, but we think he’s got a bright future as Maurice Chevalier’s successor. Contrary to most of the members of this cast, he can do better.
Carla Bruni: She’s the only one who doesn’t need an introduction here, but in case you insist, she’s the best person ever to impersonate the spirit of the French Republic: An intelligent supermodel who can sing and who’s not French! Click on her to follow France here.
He’s almost as well known as Carla. He’s been feeling uneasy lately, as he sees the economy is in danger and has the suspicion that Fedman and Tim might not be up to the task by themselves. He is considering joining the rank of the superheroes too. He toyed with the idea of “Captain America” but thinks it’s is too pretentious for these times of crisis. He’d rather use some less pretentious nom-de-guerre, something like “Private Sam” or “Sergeant US”
A mild mannered university professor, presides the Central Bank of his country. Seeing the danger that Dr. Deflation and other super villains posed to his nation could not be fought by conventional means, he donned the robes of a superhero. He found in young and inexperienced Tim a willing sidekick and a surprisingly vitalizing influence in his mid-age crisis. It is an unlikely partnership and sometimes, when he rests after a tough day battling the markets, he wonders if he’s not too old for this kind of story. But he always snaps off these gloomy thoughts with the realization that life is short. Let’s kick some butt today too, Tim! He just wishes he could have found someone equally young and inspiring, but more… prone to thought.
The indefatigable partner of Fedman, always ready to risk the Fed’s independence or the taxpayers’ interests to protect the law (of the richest) His academic background is far less impressive than Fedman’s but he makes up for that with youthful impetus (i.e: doesn’t know much but talks a lot)