Maybe the only smartest thing about “Superman & Lois” is that it focuses on the rules that make the DC Comics hero an inherently likable character — his humanity. This model of the Man of Metal is just not an alien from a unique planet that nobody can relate to; he is a slipshod guardian making an attempt to be a superb dad to relentless teenage boys.
In an interview with Den of Geek, author and government producer Todd Helbing defined that Superman was a tough individual to dramatize. He is flawless in some ways, but it surely's just about inconceivable to be an ideal guardian. This model of the Kryptonian would exude the character's good outdated boyish allure, and the goodness that made him a superhero (with or with out his superpowers). He is simply an peculiar man, the sort of man you would not hesitate to method in case you wanted assist with one thing. However as a working guardian in immediately's world, he is studying one thing new day by day.
“The analogy we at all times use is Superman is type of excellent, however Clark will be clumsy as a dad. I believe being clumsy as a guardian, that is one thing that all of us are. We're all figuring it out. There are lots of books written about it, however the second it occurs to you, you do not know what you are doing. So why would that be any completely different for the Man of Metal? In lots of methods, that opened up the floodgates about actually telling tales the place folks can relate to him in a method that they have not been in a position to earlier than.”