Well, we've seen the real cover to Action Comics #1 now, and have been underwhelmed. You'd think there'd be some kind of throwback imagery or some such, but no dice. It seems like Grant Morrison is being given free reign here to rewrite Clark Kent's origins, while the legendary George Perez is rolling out the new-look modern-day Superman, perhaps to appease those whose noses are out of joint by a T-shirt and half-cape.
Take a look at these cover images from the #2 issues of the Supertitles in DC's New 52.
ACTION COMICS #2 (Writer: Grant Morrison, Artist: Rags Morales & Rick Bryant)
The origin of the new Superman continues as the powerful alien being is captured by a mysterious enemy.
SUPERMAN #2 (Writer: George Perez (also cover), Art: Jesus Merino)
There's a creature attacking Superman that is somehow invisible to all his senses, while a Daily Planet reporter is trying to dig up the dirt on the Man of Tomorrow.
SUPERGIRL #2 (Writer: Michael Green & Mike Johnson, Artist: Mahmud Asrar & Dan Green)
The young Kryptonian with no appreciation for humanity comes to blows with her cousin, but she'll need some tricks to throw down with the Man of Steel.
SUPERBOY #2 (Writer: Scott Lobdell, Artists: RB Silva & Rob Lean, Cover: Eric Canete)
Project N.O.W.H.E.R.E. is the organization that has created Superboy, and his first test will be quelling an alien prison riot.