This was a lot more traditional than Action Comics #1, but it was still enjoyable and showcased a brave new world for Superman, and it was cool to see the character and his world changing. The demolition of the old Daily Planet building was the perfect way to demonstrate that this isn’t the old Superman anymore, he’s changed and so has Metropolis. I really think that they wanted to show a more modern Superman, and they succeeded, even if some people might find the mentions of Twitter egregious. Perez is writing a different, more experienced Superman here than Morrison’s, but they are still recognisably the same person, there’s still a bit of the anti-establishment rebel here, as shown by Clark’s strident anti-corporate stance and Superman’s less-than-saintly attitude towards the criminals. The fire-villain he faced was a little generic and the page that tied into Stormwatch felt really out of place, but this was still a good Superman comic, perhaps a little busy with the amount of narration and caption boxes but still good. I also liked Clark and Lois not being together, it brings back some of the pathos to the character, and the scene at the end where he apologises to her was probably the issue’s strongest. Jesus Merino’s art was good, but just like Rags Morales he gave Jimmy Olsen stupid hair! The DC reboot has destroyed Jimmy Olsen! Let’s boycott it!