What if super powered beings such as Superman, Sinestro, Spider-Man,
Fire, Wolverine and others never existed...outside of comic books?
What happens if some universe just had hardcore normals as their heroes, villains and grays?
How would these non-powered heroes, villains and grays do in that universe?
Would things be for the better without the supers around?
How would the populace feel towards these people?
Who would be the top hero(es), villain(s) and gray(s) of that universe?
And finally, who would be the top hero/villain/gray team of that 'verse?
Note: The universe here is a combination of both the DC & Marvel
universes during the Dark Age period, this whole thing will take
place in real time and the only heroes, villains and grays that'll
actually exist in this scenario are the ones that were created
in comic books first.
There will be no spiritual, intersteller, extradimensional, monstrous, anthromorphic,
godly and supernatural beings in this universe. As well as gods, immortals,
cyborgs, mutants, time/multiversal machines, divine power, magic and everything
else that'll grant people super powers internally (incl. Bane).
The cloning process will be similar to ours in the real world, supers who
are blood related to humans will only exist as normals in this alternate
DC/Marvel world (ex. Black Canary II) and whether y'all want to
have Captain America in this scenario or not, it's up to you.
Artificial intelligence, armored normals and people with cybernetic implants of comic book standards
won't exist in this universe and for the normals with the skill/talent to build that stuff, but don't use them
on a daily basis, those abilities will be downplayed to real world standards (ex. Mr. Terrific II).
Oh, BTW, grays is a term I'd used for anybody who're somewhere between the hero and villain route.