Heh... I recall reading that honeymoon storyline---really lame followup, since they didn't have any time to write a proper plot, since the "Lois and Clark" TV show producers and WB honchos insisted the comic wedding took place at the same time as the TV show's---despite a comic plot with the happy couple on the outs with each other running at the time. Thus, the story involved a lot of filler (including a nice Curt Swan piece), "flashbacks" (see: filler), and those emergency reserve comic stories they keep on hand in case an issue's late or delayed. As for the power loss, see the lame storyline that preceded the wedding---on the heels of the "Final Night" plotline, Clark still hadn't got his powers back when he got hitched (which does keep with the wedding of the Earth-Two Superman I suppose, who also didn't have use of his powers when he married...). Thus, he spent the honeymoon plotline in the sitcom tradition of "tied to a kitchen chair by some common thug while pointless 'remember that time we...?' flashbacks kicked in." -B. "Now *that's* what I call a sticky situation!"