Pretty much as the title says, let us sperg about our not-so-original and probably not always so stellar ideas for existing superhero comic series, whether it'd be an idea for a new run, a storyline, or elseworld. Share it here.
Starting off, some of my ideas include...
Move Marvel to different places: pretty much that. Instead of just everyone being stuck in New York City, I'd have them scattered around the US. Like Tony in Malibu, CA (maybe putting Cap in Long Beach because of it's strong WWII history), possibly put Spider-man in Seattle because Seattle's really underused in comics (though some people feel Spidey is tied too strongly to New York and should be the one to keep it as his hometown), Dr. Strange in New Orleans (way more mystical stuff), Thor in Maine, or even set him in New Brunswick Canada due to it's ties of viking incursion in the past, Daredevil in Detroit or Atlantic City, similar with Punisher in either of those. And while things would seem slower, I'd probably move the X-men Mansion out to somewhere in the Midwest, the black bird would give them almost free range of the country, plus I imagine Xavier would want the school away from people who might harass them, or in worst case scenario, away from a populated area if a student suffers a meltdown. Plus, the rural setting means they'd be facing prejudice there far more.
Spider-man as a youtuber: Okay, there's a bit more than that, the idea is that the the run opens with Peter, Gwen Stacy, MJ, and Harry all friends who run a Youtube channel together. They do typical nerdstuff like life-hacks/gadgets/DiY projects (like King of Random or Laser Gadgets), they also watch and review old toku japanese series and wrestling matches, cosplay designs, and generally manage to enjoy their lives, despite the rough patches with it. This all ties into Peter becoming Spider-man, I'd play it actually vague on IF the spider did give him his powers, but it was the thing that stuck out in Peter's mind (and living in the marvel-verse, he's heard weirder origins) and adopts the arachnid theme anyway because so many of his favorite fictional heroes are bug themed. He mostly starts the wrestling thing more for fun than profit, just goofing off and having fun with his new powers than anything serious (which, to me as a writer would come off a bit pettier than even wanting money.) which bites him due to his Uncle being robbed and killed after dropping him off at an underground match like in the movies. From there, Peter delves further and further into the life and responsibilities as a hero, which kills his social life causing Gwen and Harry to get fed up and leave him out of frustration, only MJ sticks around, willing to trust what peter is doing is important and he's keeping it a secret for a reason. Meanwhile, Peter's costume starts off crude. really crude (like what he wore in the finale of Homecoming or like David's costume in Kick-ass) But as he grows as a hero, he makes more improvements, and eventually his suit isn't even hidden under his clothes, he just straps on his web-shooters and spins the costume around him like Silk did. By the end of things, Peter becomes recognized as a hero despite JJJ's best work by the people of the city, his old friends and aunt may learn the truth and apologize for their doubts (except for poor Harry who, you know...), and respected by the Avengers. The last shot of the run would bitter-sweetly show a screen with the old Youtube channel showing a picture of a different time with Peter and his friends all together and smiling. "Last Activity: 3 years ago" Peter and his friends have moved on from their childish habits of adolescence and into the greater world. Also maybe give MJ the venom-symbiote to fight crime alongside peter.
Merging Damian Wayne and Jason Todd: stepping away from Marvel is this terrible idea I had for DC where, to pare down robins a little, I'd make Jason Todd and Damian Wayne sort of the same figure as well as the First Robin. The idea being to give a bit of a Protoman thing between him and later robins, but also adding to Talia's reason for reviving Jason (she's not just trying to cheer bruce up, she wants to bring her son back, and every time bruce tries to stop her she throws in his face that he let him die). From his revival, Jason Wayne (or Damian Todd?) goes through various identities and works with various underworld elements in both vigilantism and revenge on his father and The Joker, becoming a massive psychological weakness to Batman who cannot bring himself to fight a son he feels he failed and needs his partners to help him. But Bruce, reeling from this keeps trying to keep later partners at arms length to protect them, ultimately driving Dick Grayson away. Leaving Tim Drake to then prove to be the heart of the bat family and the idealist who helps bring the them all back together. In a way, it's also to make this robin trinity each represent an aspect of Bruce. Jason/Damian becomes the will and determination, Dick is the skills and shares the origin of tragedy, and finally Tim is the ideals and beliefs that ultimately make Batman more than just his nemesises and helps remind him of that.
There is a song I hear, a melody from the past.
When I woke for the first time, when I slept for the last.
You are the one, the hero who will stand.
Do not blame father, he is only a man.