They would have to be the example to follow. Superman, for example, is practically a god but is humble in heart and possesses strong morals. He tries to be an example for others to emulate.
I'd just lay low, occasionally fight crimes and help people anonymously, look super-cool, live my own life like a regular person. Another purpose might be inspiring kids to do good in the world? I dunno.<br />
It'd be so annoying to fight off villains (super or not) who would want to destroy me, so anonymity is the way to go.
If Superman saw a baby carriage rolling down a staircase toward two-way traffic, his conscience would compel him.<br />
When Bruce Wayne met **** Grayson, he quelled his tears.<br />
Didn't that German philosopher write about the complexities of the mind? Friedrich described the three-fold nature.
Looking good in a comic book.
Well if history has taught us one thing it would be that people that possess power tend to use it to benefit their personal agendas and not to the benefit of mankind. Super heroes seem rather illogical in that context.
If there were superheros then there would be supervillans so for that reason I don't want them.thanks
well there's the lecture circuit I guess and Ellen, Steve Harvey, Jay Leno ,etc. Oh and there's al Qaeda, Iran drug traffic... . could go around to school s , or do shows. <br />
I'd be hitting up on all the gals. world wide.... smoochie smoochie
In all likelihood most would probably serve in secretive military groups whether they want to or not or they would be subdued and studied by both the public and the private sector.
#1 fighting crime should be enough but I imagine superheros could be goodwill ambassadors,could help resolve disputes etc<br />
And deliver humanitarian aid