Despite being my favoritest of favorite superheroes, I never find myself drawing the Big S very often. Maybe its because I never get the curly cue haircut right. Maybe its because I never find the right balance of Christopher Reevish, oak tree lean and Ed McGinnis barrel chested-ness.
Leaving that aside for a moment, the best (or at least my favorite) comics have always revolved around the every-man's perspective of the hero and their awe for even the most mundane things the hero might do. In the grand scheme, saving a falling crane and its operator from a 70 story drop might seem pretty vanilla in comparison to battling off Darkseid's hordes. But its nonetheless something that would impress a kid seeing it out his window and its certainly what invested me in Superman at a young age.