I'm very late here. So many conflicting emotions - where do I start? Firstly, the current Superman book is great at the moment. It has a fantastic balance and it feels really good. I'll be really sorry to see Tomasi and Gleason go. But at the same time, I'm interested and very apprehensive to see what Bendis will do with it. It's sort of a fascinating experiment and I'll be checking it out for sure. What concerns me most, however, is that Bendis is getting Superman (which for some reason is going back to number 1, which is way too soon) and Action Comics. The idea that a writer who is stepping into DC and a new character after so long in Marvel will have the narrative control and creative material for two concurrent titles based around the same character is crazy.Why not just give him one Superman title and, say, a Green Lantern book or something? Not that I want to see that happen, but surely writing two books on the same character is going to cause confusion or at least a watered down set of narratives. Divide and conquer. Bendis is going to be drowning in Superman. He'll be lying in bed at night with Superman swirling around in his head as the pressure of two titles eats at him, never giving him a moment's peace.Obviously Bendis has signed a huge deal here to get these books as well as Action Comics #1000, which is a significant honour and surely something that should have gone to one of DC's well deserving and long-serving writers?! He will have Superman Number 1 and Action Comics 1001. They are seriously handing him the keys to the kingdom. WHY???