WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ACTION COMICS #12
Please allow me to give you three examples from issue #12 of the awesomeness that is Grant Morrison's Action Comics.
1) Are you absolutely sick to death of reading about Superman doubting himself and carefully considering the consequences of his actions? I know I am. Well fear not! Morrison has the answer to that!
That's right, Morrison's Superman has an instinctive grasp of right and wrong and follows these instincts with the impetuousness of youth. Must there be a Superman? Who cares? Take that evil-doer!!
2) How many times in the past couple of decades have we seen Superman sitting helplessly by a hospital bed, tears welling up in his eyes as someone close to him (probably Lois) lies at death's door? Well, not in Action Comics #12! Check this out!
This is a genuine super-feat, the likes of which we haven't seen in years. Under Morrison it really feels like Superman can perform miracles again.
3) In the previous issue, Superman had abandoned his Clark Kent identity, feeling it had served its purpose. Leave it to Batman then, the most human member of the Justice League, to remind Superman of the importance of his humanity. And check out the very Batman-like way he does it. Not with an impassioned plea or a lecture, but with statistics and facts. Clark Kent can do just as much good as Superman and "the world needs all the heroes it can get"!
So give it a chance, even if you're not a Superman fan. Hopefully what I've shown you with these three snapshots of issue #12 is that Morrison's Action Comics is fun. And who doesn't like fun? And if you still don't like it, well not to worry, Morrison's leaving the title with issue #16. But as far as I'm concerned he will have left us with one of the all time best interpretations of Superman.