I love Superboy. I loved him in YJ and while I wasn't keen on Johns' handling of him in Teen Titans the revelation of his 'parentage' adds an interesting angle to the Teen of steel. (People call him that right?) His original ongoing was a nice little book that I've dipped in and out of, and this could be an interesting follow-up. Fair warning: I'm gonna use the word 'nice' a lot here.
I'm coming at the title blind, but I like the supporting cast and I like Kon trying to have a normal life for a little while. I don't like Krypto though, never have. Putting these prejudices aside for a minute I thought this comic was a pretty good one. Nice use of Superboy's powers, nice internal monologue and I'm never sad to see the Phantom Stranger.
The art is nice. It doesn't stand out as blindingly good but the use of Jamie Grant's colours make the whole package reminiscent of a more down-to-Earth All Star Superman and that's as fine a compliment as a Superman title can get.
A nice little package. A lot of things I like with a solid writer and a not-terrible artist. One to watch I think.