@SiegelordRe: Highpowered heroes as examples.
And Captain America, (all of them) the Black Widow, Batman, Mockingbird Nightwing, Hawkeye, Red Robin, etc. are all doable in E6, (IIRC) does that make them less 'super-heroes'?
Heck Beast Boy and Reptil basically 'just' have Druid Wild Shape. Eric and Kevin Masterson (along with any character who's name ends in 'Lantern') are essentially mortals empowered by an artifact, etc. Are they less 'super-heroes'?
Heck, if you use Superboy (Kon-el, not the reboot one) as a baseline, his only 'power' initially was telekinesis. He used goggles (a magic item) to duplicate some of Kal-el's other powers.
The comic industry says 'yes, they are super heroes'.
You're missing the point. I was attempting to illustrate that while there are some similarities (especially on the lower end of the power-scale, as you've pointed out) between the two, that in no way at all makes Pathfinder a "4-colour" game, or even makes it closely resemble one. While some of the things in the "4-colour" milieu might be able to reproduced in a Pathfinder setting, the Pathfinder setting (or any other "traditional" fantasy setting), the important end of the power scale remains completely out of reach to even the gods.
...and while, yes, every character whose name ends in "Lantern" is a basic human powered by an artifact, it is worth pointing out that that artifact gives that character more power than absolutely every single demon prince of the Abyss, and absolutely every single duke of Hell, COMBINED (unless, of course, they are willing to let Ming-Ming do their fighting for them....). Again, it gets back to scale...there is a power level to the "4-colour" milieu that cannot be matched in a fantasy setting. Even if the main characters in a comic don't possess that power themselves, the mere awareness of it fundamentally alienates the two genres...there is no legitimate comparison that can be made between the two.