'I don't want to be someone else,' says Clark. 'I don't want to be different. I want to be Clark Kent.'
[And here's the kicker...]
'I want to be your son'
Right there in that moment, Geoff Johns contextualized Superman in a way that I'm not sure has ever really been done before.
did that ten times better: learning he was an alien freaked Clark the hell out, but it didn't make him question if he was the Kents' son