* SugarWiki/AwesomeArt: The first two volumes were drawn by Shane Davis, and they look ''beautiful''. Ardian Syaf also proved himself a worthy replacement for volume 3.
* BaseBreaker: Clark Kent.
** Also endemic to the story itself, thanks to the BrokenBase currently being experienced by the fandom. Clark's divisiveness is tied into the fan conflict over how "human" Superman should be, how sincere the Clark Kent identity is, his place as TheAce, and of course, accusations that he has to be dragged into saving the day instead of just being TheCape. Other issues between fans center around the change in the cause for Krypton's destruction (some hate the idea of it having an intergalactic conspiracy behind it as a MythArc), the occasional speechifying by characters, and from the fact that JMS is seen as a ScrappyCreator by several superfans (being the [[WriterRevolt contested-author]] of Franchise/SpiderMan's OneMoreDay, and his abandoned runs on Superman with the Grounded story-arc and Franchise/WonderWoman reboot.)
** For fun, [[SchmuckBait go to an online forum]] and argue about this comic being better or worse than ''Film/ManOfSteel'' or ''The ComicBook/{{New 52}}'' Superman.
** Jimmy Olsen. While he has a lot of fans (see EnsembleDarkhorse bellow), there some (mostly Lois Lane fans) who think he's a SpotLightStealingSquad and a CreatorsPet.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: If the reviews are anything to go by, it's Jim Olsen.
* IronWoobie: Superman himself, considering the amount of things he has to endure in order to save the world.