Did anyone else find it completely effin' ridiculous that Norman was able to escape by just running away? When there were two Spider-men present? And he had no longer had the enhanced physicals that he used to? And that one of these Spider-men could have easily used his spider sense to track him down?
Whatever. A completely average issue that was as bereft of satisfying climax as the rest of Slott's painfully average run.
OMG Yes, I hated that he just ran away without any of the two Spider-Men stopping him, it was so bad I had to laugh at this almost Batman 60's trope of the villain running away. When he was probably just a web shoot away.
And it wouldn't be so bad if he still had his powers. Then at least his getaway could have been a little bit believable, but instead we have a 55 year old business man managing to just straight up run away from two super heroes just because they were distracted for half a second. Slott apparently can't write a competent Peter to save his life.