After unmasking, Chameleon, Molten Man, Will'o The Wisp and Scarecrow targeted Aunt May, while Swarm went after MJ. After the shock of that, Peter is beginning to think he's made the wrong decision about unmasking.
Mary-Jane has been having recurring nightmares about her husband's villains gallery catching up with her now his
secret identity isn't so secret any longer. She has a heart-to-heart with May before going out.
After a nonsensical altercation with someone who calls her 'Mrs Spider-Man', she phones Sue Richards and they arrange
to meet at Madame Tussauds. Sue tells her that she needs to be strong and stand by Peter. She compares it to
Jessica's marriage to Luke Cage, or Storm's to the Black Panther's. MJ says he doesn't have super powers.
She walks back home thinking about how she fell in love with Peter but, as she gets in the door, Peter is in his red
and blue Spider-Man get-up, beaten to pieces with May sobbing over him.
This is Aguirre-Sacasa's weakest issue yet. If it weren't for the last page shock reveal, there really wouldn't be
anything worth writing about. So here are a few questions:
There's so little in here, it really isn't funny - especially if you're lumped down $3 for the privilege of reading it. The only redeeming fetures are the lovely Clayton Crain cover and the final page reveal.
All-in-all, a very poor effort.