Synopsis from Goodreads:
Random earthquakes don’t happen in New York – trust us, we live here. So how did one trap Spidey and a subway car full of New Yorkers underground? But there’s more to these passengers than meets the eye as a high powered mob trial’s verdict is in their hands. And one of them has a crucial connection to Pete’s old boss, J. Jonah Jameson! Also, when a bizarre criminal endangers Aunt May, Peter Parker is determined to bring him to justice. But who is this strange, faceless felon? How can Spider-Man stop a guy who can slip through his webbing? Plus, learn the truth about how Harry Osborn came back from the dead!
That first story really made me feel for Jonah. His poor dad. Having to step back and let his brother raise his son. That mush have been so hard. And then Jonah runs down to see him, and he disappears.
Well. That was interesting finding out who Jackpot really was. It’s too bad. She was good, and she really wanted to help. But at least we may not have seen the end of Jackpot.
I love when Peter gets to help out Aunt May. She’s so sweet. I think I like her better not knowing Peter is Spider-Man.
The Amazing Spider-Man: Death and Dating by Mark Waid, Marc Guggenheim, Roger Stern, Dan Slott