The Divinos Family
The Amazing! Omniverse is one of countless varying levels of reality, one of which is best termed The Zone. The Zone is inhabited by a number of intelligences which, for all intents and purposes, might as well be gods but for the fact they have no natural relationship to this reality.
In the Zone, there was one particular intelligence which was known as The Great Intelligence or Ultramind by a parallel Earth called Mithran. This is due to the success of Mithras' followers rebuilding the Roman Empire before sparking an Industrial revolution that lead to their successful conquest of the Western World followed by the Eastern. History took a dramatically different turn after that, obviously.
The Great Intelligence was eventually contacted by these Mithran during their experiments 100,000 years later the birth of Christ, the Mithran confusing the Great Intelligence with God. Flattered by this comparison, the Great Intelligence desired to remake the Mithran universe in such a way that it could interact with them in a direct way.
For this, it encouraged them through radio signals and later visions once it extended its reach into their universe sufficiently, to explore other realities and develop technology enough to reshape Mithran's basic reality. Unfortunately, these experiments had a price and before the world was properly altered, exposure to the Zone resulted in the destruction of Mithran.
The Great Intelligence was devastated and made contact with the few scattered survivors of the civilization in their spaceships. The Intelligence would send several probes to this planet with genetically engineered individuals, containing the memories of them uploaded into their databases since no one could actually survive a trip through the Zone normally and they would begin colonizing this new world.
Only one of the first probe's crew would be aware that this colonization effort would be aware of the Great Intelligence's ultimate aim, which would be to remake the planet in a manner similar to their original home world with the colonists subjugating the native Earthlings. The great irony? The plan will make it so that humanity welcomes their new alien overlords. They will embrace the superman as they would a bunch of gods come to live amongst them.
The Great Intelligence envisioned it this way.
Michael: This first being would be, of course, the highest ranking military leader left in the colonists - the Battle Caesar. The Battle Caesar was instructed to use the local religious imagery of the planet against it, preparing for their mass conversion to Mithanrism when the time was correct. His sister and child would be the new royalty of the planet, despite their "soft" hearts.
The Battle Caesar is, so far, impressed with the Great Intelligence's efforts. Already, vast cults have sprung up in veneration of Divinos and the Mithran people's new religion. Ironically, Michael doesn't believe in the Great Intelligence's claims of divinity anymore than his own. This results in him simultaneously viewing humanity as a group of superstitious peasants and secretly nursing a hatred of the Great Intelligence in his heart.
Michael is secretly highly traumatized by the destruction of his world and the fact that he is merely a "clone" of the original one. This condition makes his superheroism laced with steaming festering resentment that is likely to explode eventually, in a terrifying dramatic manner against a populace with no defense against him.
Not even his "family" would be able to stand against him.
Gabriella: The swift acceptance of aliens undoubtedly has a lot to do with Gabriella, the hot and sexy alien girl from another dimension. Gabriella was naturally repressed on her home world and the planet Earth has opened up a whole new world of experiences, especially with her new found superpowers. Gabriella has since shown up on the cover of People, Time, US, and Maxim happily chatting about everything under the son and her love life. Gabriella has scandalized her brother with her many human lovers and is quite pleased that superpowers don't mean that she can't enjoy herself.
Being a fame harlot hasn't prevented her from doing some good with her abilities, however. Gabriella's assisted the city of New York during numerous incidents and is happy to help in any occasion where she feels innocent people would benefit. Her defeat of General Iblis helped illustrate that she's got no reason to be afraid of anything, though this isn't true. While immune to the atomic blasts, she still has nightmares about the bruises his simple super strength inflicted on her form.
Gabriella is easily the most gregarious of the Divinos family and the one who wants to most meet her "superhero peers." She is completely unaware of her brother's ultimate plans for the Earth and finds his "cult" rather creepy.
Joshua: The son of Michael, Joshua was originally studying for the priesthood when his home world was destroyed. This strengthened, rather than diminished Joshua's faith and convinced him that it was his position to work the will of his god in other worlds. Much to his father's horror, Joshua believes the Church of Divinos is a righteous work and it is his duty to set an example of moral behavior for his followers. He thus spends almost all of his waking hours attempting to assist mortal governments with problems, meditating over issues, and doing things like digging wells or feeding the hungry.
Joshua maintains an almost saintly reserve with other people, which keeps him somewhat separate from others emotionally. The closest thing he has to friends are his followers, who he administers to like a kind of Egyptian pharaoh. He is intrigued by his father's idea of "superhero teams" but is starting to realize Battle Czar is not particularly interested in actually creating rivals to his people's power.
In any case, if you can stomach the withdrawn nature of a pious seventeen year old demigod, he's a really funny guy. Really.