This has probably been discussed here before, but for some reason I started thinking about this.
Bruce Wayne becomes Batman to fight crime. Likewise, Peter Parker becomes Spider-Man. For most superheroes, their civilian identity is who they “really” are, and the hero is an alter-ego.
But Superman turns the trope upside down. Superman (or Kal-El) is his true identity, and Clark Kent is the alter-ego, a persona he uses to disguise himself in the civilian world.
Are there any other superhero identities that are structured like this instead of the other way around? Wonder Woman might fit the bill, but I’m not well-versed in her backstory. Was she known as Diana Prince before she became WW?
Thor is just Thor, right? He doesn’t have any other identities as far as I know.
Any other examples?