More inter-dimensional fun with Peter and Miles. This story is still only just getting started really, but I’m having a hell of a good time, it’s tickling the fanboy part of my brain seeing these two universe interact. The fight between Peter and Miles was great, not only for the dialogue, with both characters seriously going WTF and Peter hilariously admitting that Miles’ costume was cooler than his own, but also for how Bendis and Pichelli (who is just amazing, or spectacular, or sensational, or… Web Of?) contrasted the two characters. Both of these guys may be Spider-Man, but they fight in different ways because of their different abilities, and this fight showcased those. So we got to see Peter use the web-shooters that Miles doesn’t have, and in contrast to that, Miles managed to use his invisibility and electro-shock powers to win in the end. The stuff with Peter and Ultimate Nick Fury was good too, and it was fantastic to see Nick express some emotions, he may be a total bastard, but Bendis established that he did care for Ultimate Peter, now he has a second chance. The villain of the piece is also very interesting, ‘Mysterio’ doesn’t cross the dimensional barrier himself, but sends a robot. Is he even Mysterio? Who the heck is he? This mini-series continues to, against all the odds, show that a Marvel Universe/Ultimate Universe crossover can work, and it’s the perfect celebration for Spider-Man’s 50th.