Subverted: Bob works for Heroes "R" Us, but the chief gives him no orders when the Big Bad rears his ugly head. He decides to unleash himself anyway to save lives.
Double Subverted: After he beats the Big Bad, the chief punishes him for acting without orders.
Parodied: "Eh, Bob, Heroes "R" Us is a serious company! Yes, you will save the world from Doctor Villain but you need to submit your Saving The World Plan to us and have it approved by all executive directors!"
Zig Zagged: Bob decides to act "off the clock" to stop some bad guys but, as it turns out, he gets overtime so he still ends up being paid for his service.
Averted: Bob is a Volunteer Superhero who cooperates with a non-profit superheroing agency.
Enforced: The production insist that heroes must be a kind of super-police force, no vigilante putting themselves above the laws.
Invoked: Bob is uneducated and unskilled but has superpowers. Heroes "R" Us is the only job he can find.
Exploited: Doctor Villain waits til after the working day ends to commit his crimes, and Bob isn't allowed to do a thing about it.
Defied: Bob quits Heroes "R" Us in disgust after he is told not to stop crimes while not on assignment.
Discussed: Bob is a typical superhero but he discusses the possibility of being a superhero as a full time job with his Side Kick.
Conversed: A couple of comic fans discuss the morality of Bob's character.