That is a link to an article that rounds up various other articles celebrating the Man of Steel turning 80 and the release of Action Comics #1,000.
As a huge Superman fan I am stoked at all the attention he is getting. I also like that we have two Superman related TV shows on the air. Now if we could get a Man of Steel 2.
I remember that, outside of comics, my first big exposure to the character was Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. It was one of my favorite shows. It definitely informed how I viewed the character and his relationship with his supporting cast.
Action Comics #1,000 was good though it wasn't the slam dunk that it should have been. There were some really good stories in there and a lot of nice retrospectives about Superman but I wanted more from it. The 12 pages written by Bendis were good but it didn't whet my appetite for his run. Heck, the big twist about the villain is taken from the Superman: Earth One series.
Still, there was a lot to like. I loved the Superman Day celebration where all of the heroes gathered together and told Superman that they probably wouldn't be there without him. It was a nice meta commentary on the importance of Superman to the world of superhero comics.
I also liked that they included Superboy in the Death and Return of Superman splash page. He had been taken out when they did the Superman: Reborn story.
I plan on having a Superman marathon on my day off. I plan on watching at least one episode from the various Superman shows and Superman: The Movie and Man of Steel.