The final issue was such a disappointment to me.
I think Spidy defeated to quickly Norman. It didn't had any climax., didn't have any major consequence for any character.
Sad that this series will end too soon, but the good thing is, that Dan Slott will write the new series. I joined the 616 universe from "One more day" and it was a really bad run until Dan came with big time. The biggest problem with this universe is the status quo, which is because of the most of the fans don't want change. They want the same old stories without any consequence. But I really don't understand that, why don't they read fanfiction then? mean really, what big thing happened in this universe until Dan came? Gwen died, Harry became goblin had a child, Clones, Carlie came to the picture and that's almost all of it. The best version of Spider-Man is definitely the ultimate version, which had the most reasonable, lovely characters, the best villains, the truly amazing story which wasn't the same old crap that the main universe was.
But with Big Time, the there came the thing where fan fiction ended, and the character and the story started to evolve, like in real life. SpOck was arrogant, condescending, but he did a better job at being a spider-man than Peter ever did. Even though Otto made some bad choices, the Superior Spider-Man was the best thing that could have happened to the 616 universe: change, different aspects, evolving, moving on... So the stuff what Dan already did since big time, but that was his biggest and best even with it's tiny flaws, especially with the last issue. 3/5
I agree. With that it brought so much change and variety in the Spider-verse. Sigh, it was bad writing that made Otto unlikable. They wanted him to be arrogant and not grow as to rush Pete back. Otto wasn't perfect. He was a flawed hero, and that was what made him readable. The Status Quo is back. People keep on saying "not really", well, when everyone is used to Peter there can only be so much change before fans demand it back to the same. I'm beginning to get wary of this MJ + Peter for life shtick. I started reading Spider-man again with Spider-island, and I became more engaged when Superior was launched. Sadly, these changes are cash-grabs.