We leave Helspont and the Daemonites behind as Jurgen and Giffens begin another story that’s a rather pleasant reminder of how solid a Dan Jurgens Superman story can be, there’s a reason he was involved with the character for absolutely ages. This issue kicks off a couple of very interesting plotlines, there’s the mysterious Russian submarine, the mysterious woman who can touch but can’t be touched, and also the rather funny reveal of Superman’s secret identity. Hint, it’s not Clark Kent. Of course we all knew that they wouldn’t reveal Supes’ identity, but it was cleverly done, and I’m interested in seeing what the deal is with ‘Spence Becker’ and why he’s been hiding in alleyways. This is a very old-school Superman comic really, and it’s perhaps not as modern as I would like, but Jurgens and Giffen know Superman very well and there is room for old-school, even if this is the New 52.