You know what? Superheroes make it suck for normal people. They show up, villains show up, there are big fights, kidnappings, evil schemes. Things are destroyed. People die. And, after that, they don't just go on living their ordinary lives.
So this is a world where superheroes have made it suck.
People are afraid to linger out on the streets. The economy is in the shitter. Nobody really trusts that heroes can keep them safe, or that heroes will even win in the end. Insurance rates are sky-high. Medical costs have skyrocketed. It's hard to scrape out a living, now, but there's no solution: if the heroes just stop, then the villains will take over.
Police officers, army officers and public officials take on even more danger. Petty crime is up, not just because people need to survive but also because enforcement powers are stretched too thin trying to take care of individuals with superpowers.
Who are you?
1: Ordinary citizen. You're trying to mind your own damn business, but it never works, does it?
2: Hero. You're fighting for the right side, here. Why won't anyone acknowledge all of the destruction that you prevent? Anyway, no wonder you have to wear a mask.
3: Villain. Maybe the way you grew up made you hate so-called 'heroes'. Maybe you didn't have much alternative. Maybe you're just plain evil.
4: Police/Army/Enforcement. You're just trying to keep it safe for the ordinary folk.
5: Doctor/Scientist. Treating the wounded, or trying to find a cure for these "powers."
6: Other. Politician/lawyer? Construction worker making a crapton of money from rebuilding all these destroyed storefronts? Taxi driver who's hijacked at least once a week?
1: Big climactic battle. Which is basically an ordinary Tuesday. Big explosions, lots of people dying, a hero going all-out against a villain.
2: Day-to-day life. Go to work. Go home. Try to sleep. Avoid large open spaces, avoid looking like a tempting hostage, avoid openly having too much money. Deal with the streets that are never properly cleaned, and the insurance payments, and the price of food and gas.
3: Beware of the law. There are new laws. There's an arrest. There's organized police activities. The police have finally gotten a hero or villain in custody. What's next? A legal battle? A vigilante in prison? A whole lot of police funerals?
4: Propaganda. Who's trying to get you on their side?
5: MacGuffin. You've just found a device/serum/antidote that will erase superheroes and villains from the world. Everyone wants it. What do you do next?
6: Other. There's a huge world out there; anything can happen.