I really love the twist that Bendis has put on the old Spider-Man and his Uncle bit with the new Spidey. Miles’ Uncle Aaron is not a kindly old man or even a cool hippie, he’s a dodgy criminal who wants to use his nephew to settle scores. The scenes with those two fighting on the roof were excellent, with really strong dialogue, I particularly liked the fact that Aaron/The Prowler didn’t know whether or not to be pleased or worried that Nick Fury knew who he was. I also really liked that Aaron used Miles’ dad’s hatred of mutants as leverage over Miles, there’s a great amount of personal drama and history going on in this title after only 10 issues. David Marquez’s art was once again fantastic, the perfect replacement for Pichelli while she’s off drawing Spider-Men. I particularly liked the double page spread of Miles looking at the Triskelion as The Ultimates flew overhead, it really got across how the street-level Spider-Man is in a completely different world to the other superheroes.