Well, in that case, here's what I came up with.
Ethan Thomas CraneHero Name:
Ethan Crane, Ivory IconAge:
Varies between revisions, currently Superhuman Strength, Invulnerability, Superhuman Speed, Superhuman Stamina, Flight, Superhuman Breath (artic and supersonic scream), Superhuman Vision(X-ray, telescopic and heat), Superhuman Hearing, Superhuman SmellEquipment:
A disguise to change into Ethan. An immensely durable supersuit. Ipad. Appearance:
Ethan is a very tall, athletic man. He looks otherwise like a normal human, but due to the exposure to supremium as a child, his hair is white. Ethan hides it with a brown wig in his secret identity. He also makes himself look fatter with extra clothes, walks with a slouch and speaks nasally in a higher pitch.Brief History:
Ethan Crane grew up in Littlehaven with his adopted parents Joe and Joanne Crane, little sister Sally and their pet dog Radar. When Ethan was twelve and Sally seven, a meteor shower of alien matter known later as supremium landed to Littlehaven. One piece hit particularly close to Ethan and Sally, knocking them unconsious, though Radar managed to pull them to safety. All three were exposed to supremium which caused them to gain incredible superpowers, but now that very same matter became their weakness. Ethan's teen years were spent protecting Littlehaven from other, less moral people exposed to Supremium as Kid Supreme. After he grew up, Ethan left to Omega City to study and get a job, eventually finding one in the movie industry as a screenwriter. But although Ethan was good at writing superhero movies, his Supreme life got to a slump. Supreme hit the bottom when he ended up fighting another superhero, Professor Night (which was solved by the discovery that the Prof's late sister was also named Sally), and then got killed due to using a supremium spear to kill Emerpus, a genetic abomination created by Darius Dax. Ethan found himself in the Supremacy, the afterlife of all Supremes. But it wasn't the end of him. The Supremes of the Past notified Ethan that the universe was still undergoing Revision and without Supreme managing it, it would go the wrong way. So Ethan used a Resurrection Machine to come back to life. There he temporarily joined the Allies, but soon decided to take a break from superheroics and focus on his movie career, while guiding the Revision by small pushes. Unfortunately Ethan is now in a bit of a writer's block. The next Omni-Man movie is about the hero having adventures in the multiverse, or rather Omni-Verse, but Ethan can't come up with anything.
Image ComicsKnown Affiliations:
Allied Supermen of America, The SupremacyKey Differences:
This world is mostly inspired by Alan Moore's iteration of Supreme and especially it's concept of revision. This revision however is based on motion picture instead of comics (Supreme is a screenwriter instead of comic book artist in his secret identity) . DCEU is the main inspiration, but there are also elements from Smallville and Arrowverse, among others.