Weak final part, Too many plot holes and uncharacteristic choices
"Every so often in comics, you will get a story that has been clearly editorially mandated, so much so that you see behind the curtain somewhat and realise the story is merely a means to get to the new status quo, instead of an attempt to tell a real story. In this instance, Marvel Comics had decided to restore Peter Parker's single-man status in a hope to make him more appealing, because apparently, being married makes you dull and boring. After revealing ..."
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