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Jeff Bezos: Super CEO or Supervillain?

Philip Michaels | Dec. 4, 2013
Now that he wants to deploy a fleet of airborne drones to deliver packages, we're beginning to think the Amazon CEO has more in common with Lex Luthor than with Sam Walton.

Does this mean Jeff Bezos is a supervillain: No, but we're keeping a close eye on you, Larry Page.

Your CEO is bald
Before follicularly challenged readers begin drafting angry emails complaining about cruel stereotyping of the ultra-high-foreheaded, they should ask themselves what Lex Luthor, the Kingpin, the Vulture, Red Skull, Deadpool, Bane, and countless others have in common. Other than a shared desire to bend humanity to their will, it's their haircuts—or lack thereof. Your beef, friends, is with DC and Marvel, not with us.

Now we're not saying Jeff Bezos's pleasingly polished pate is a sure sign of his impending supervillainy. But should he make his next televised appearance in a spandex unitard demanding that we "tremble before me, you pitiful fools," let's not pretend that the early warning signs weren't gleaming at us in direct light.

Does this mean Jeff Bezos is a supervillain: Save us, Superman!

 

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