Inverted: A normal, household bug comes into contact with an irradiated human and is granted with drastically increased intelligence and height. Thus... Human-Bug is born!
Subverted: Bug-Man has Eye Beams and other non-bug related abilities.
Double Subverted: As it turns out, Bug-Man is just a super-evolved bug. Apparently, once bugs have fully evolved, they will look like humans and have eye-beams.
Parodied: A character comes into contact with an irradiated sloth, gaining super tree-hanging powers and now moves much, much slower than normal.
Zig Zagged: Bug-Man is Brought Down to Normal and quits the hero-biz but because super powers are contagious, gets a new set of powers but without the bug motif, meaning he no longer calls himself Bug-Man. His teammates eventually ask him to go back to being called Bug-Man for nostalgia's sake and he does so, despite no longer having bug-related powers.
Averted: A character is in a lab accident involving bugs but does not gain bug-related powers, nor does he call himself Bug-Man.
Lampshaded: "Who knew the animal kingdom had so many cool powers?"
Invoked: Bug-Man purposefully gave himself bug-related abilities because he saw the potential for great power.
Exploited: A Mad Scientist purposefully uses human test subjects, endowing them with animal powers in order to create an army of Super Soldiers.
Defied: A character gained bug-related powers in a bug-related lab accident but calls himself Trope-Man and does not invoke any bug motifs in his costume.
Discussed: Bob-Man and Alice-Woman discuss the large number of heroes and villains based on animals they encounter.
Conversed: Two characters discuss which animal abilities would make for the best hero or villains.
Deconstructed: Bug-Man has useful bug-related abilities (increased strength, flight, etc.) but also has many negative bug-related attributes: he vomits acid on his food before eating it, builds a house out of his own waste, and tries to kill his wife after sex.
Reconstructed: After a while, Bug-Man learns how to control his animal instincts and becomes more human.
Played For Laughs: Bug-Man has sticky hands and feet, resulting in him sticking to objects all the time, much to his chagrin.
Played For Drama: Bug-Man not only has bug powers but even looks like one, resulting in him being cast out of society and turning evil.