I know it seems like I cut modern comics a break, but (a) it's more fun to read the Silver and Golden Age stuff and (b) the modern comic creators are a bit more sophisticated, so it's not as satisfying or fruitful to troll modern books looking for material.
Then, you run across Last Hero Standing #2:
Hey, Spider-Girl! Keep your hands off Captain America's wiener! I see where that hand's going!
Oh, my. It's Superboy #89, and whaddya know! A spaceship is landing in Smallville. Again.
I'm surprised we haven't had falling spaceships smack into each other at the rate they've been coming down.
But, hey! This one has the first appearance of Mon-El! So that's actually pretty cool.
Hmmmmm... you might have powers, so go stand in the fire? I know I've addressed this before, but can't you test powers with something a little less dangerous? This strikes me similar to the way they used to burn you at the stake to see if you were a witch....
From Superman #147:
Um, warden? You know that's Lex Freaking Luthor, right? Maybe having him do a little "constructive time" around electronic parts might be a teensy little security risk. I mean, they don't let prisoners have shoelaces, but they're going to put Luthor in a room full of devices? What's next? Letting Deadshot join the skeet-shooting program?