It starts off with this old grandpa falling asleep on the front porch, and what I presume to be his wife telling him that superman is coming around so they should get in the car, and he's like, oh no one's come around these parts. His head is tilt, with the cap covering his eyes so he doesn't even notice superman walking past. Funny scene that made me smile.
Next was the basketball scene, which many have seen within the preview. I still enjoy it because I didn't notice before the kid with glasses getting dogged and the group not allowing him to play. It was really cool what superman did, a small change like that makes a huge difference.
Than you have superman walking past, and notice a strange unearthly sound.
He talks to the guy from the front porch, and the guy brings him inside, when he's suddenly attacked by a war robot. For those action junkie's, hopefully the scene help quench your thirst a bit as it was a decent amount of pages. Afterwards, it was shown that the strange noise was a cloaking device and that the guy from outside and the family inside were actually aliens, being fleeing from a crazy home planet. The aliens tell their story, and supes can't decide what to do, to report them or not. So he decides to take a walk.
He is afterwards meet up with this other old guy, who explains his story about him working at the car plant. He takes him inside the plant, now a barren wasteland, and he tells the story of the good old days. How everything flourish and the place lighting up like magic. Of course, it's not anymore. (A play on the current situation with American car dealerships.) He asks superman for a favor. He's only seen people fly on television so he wanted to see superman fly. Touching scene when he does, but when superman attempts to fly away, the old guy appears to be having a heart attack. Superman takes the guy and flies to the alien folks, telling them that he knows they possess the technology to heal him. They try, and the next scene has the aliens on the news in human form, saying that they have created this technology to help the detroit car makers. So the plant where the old guy is reopen, and hundreds of people are standing in line, waiting for a job interview. Than clark kent shows up to actually interview the old guy.
Lois Lane calls, they have their conversation, and she says be careful because who knows who you might meet on this walk, and they have the ending scene with batman standing on top looking down at him.