This is from Garth Ennis’s Hitman, a series which helped cement Ennis’s reputation among fans as a writer that hates superheroes and views the genre with no small amount of cynicism:
This is from the second issue of J. Michael Straczynski much-hyped Superman run. In an interview with Comics Alliance, Straczynski stated that the point of his storyline was that it:
[...] humanizes him, puts him within our reach, and just that alone affects both sides. Flying over the country at several times the speed of sound, you miss the details, you miss the personal stories happening down below you where you could be of use.
Here is Superman helping someone who is suffering cardiac problems:
“What can I do to help? I mean, besides using my powers to help get you to the hospital quickly. That’s outside of spec for this freshman year, ham-fisted soul searching that I’m supposed to be doing because the famous guy writing me has completely missed the point of my character.”
Update: Doctor Scott has the medical POV on this scene