The first line of the review of Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman at The Comics Reporter suggests a positive take is forthcoming.
So much for the power of suggestion.
It is the 53rd review of the book I have archived (though not all have been posted here), and the first negative one: "...the story feels fairly bland and extremely limited in scope as presented here. There's nothing that distinguishes the writing from an almost completely unadorned presentation of the narrative..."
As you would expect, I subjectively disagree! (And, of course, almost by definition picture books are "limited in scope.")
But then there's this: "I can't imagine what kid would enjoy reading this."
Now that one I can disagree with objectively, since I have had the honor of hearing from many kids who have loved the book and read it again and again.