How do you think these normal people would take being ripped out of reality? Or are you going to go full Earth overpopulation, porting entire cities into our reality?
If you had read the thread you would know the answer to that question already. Yes, we are talking whole cities coming into existence here.
Gotham, Metropolis, Star city, and probably a dozen more fictional towns all pop into existence, and probably a little bit of landmass is created to accommodate them just like in DC comics. Its also a drop in the bucket as far as population goes, because most storytellers don't use fictional cities anymore. Maybe a half dozen cities and towns from Dc comics appear and even fewer fictional Japanese towns, and that's it.
And besides that, you
were the one who brought in Vought International so casually I had to look them up to even realize they were fucking fictional themselves, so don't tell me that its unfair for Stark Industries, Wayne Enterprises, and The Daily Planet to come into existence as too. This isn't the universe of The Boys, its our
universe if an Act of RAR happened 2 years ago. Moreover, using your own argument, because this is our universe The Boys are exactly the kind of vigilante group who are only heroes because everyone else in their universe sucks. I can't see the authorities in our world tolerating them, but many other characters would be because they aren't corrupt. You may find that ridiculous, but that's simply a fact of the stories they come from. Its just plain false to equivocate all Superheroes with Dredd style vigilantes because frankly, the vast majority of Superheroes abhor murder. Due process of law is one thing, but that's not the only thing that matters.
Also, you keep using the term "ripped out of reality" when it was just explained to you that this is explicitly not
how it works. They always remember existing in this reality, and one of the sub-questions in the OP was what you would do if you were the only one who didn't
remember them always existing. No one bothered with that question only because the answer wasn't as interesting as the scenario where everyone notices. But that should have clued you in to how its supposed to work without MG explaining it for you.
But really, in any case most of your claims about heroes suddenly turning into jobless, depressed bums was without evidence or precedent anyway. Superman would continue to be Superman because Clark Kent isn't an idiot, and is committed to doing the Superman thing regardless of the reality he is in. He wants to inspire humanity to better itself, and our version of humanity certainly has a lot to improve about itself. You can say the same thing about a lot of them, especially when its already been established that a whole bunch of nasties end up in our reality by virtue of the same rule that brings Wayne Industries into existence. If anything, a lot of governments would probably be giving job offers to guys like Dr. Strange before too long once its realized that magic now exists and they don't know how to control it; or superpower granting rocks that emit plot radiation; or superpower granting viruses, mists, and all number other disruptive things. As has been noted before in threads about policing supers, there seems to be some truth to the idea that you need supers to police supers.