On the Ducky Comics Official Chat, some random person posted a hate review as Peter Parker and complained that all my reviews are DC comics. I wanted to please this mystery person so I looked through my comic collection and found The Amazing Spider-Man: The Parker Luck. This is the first part of Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man run. It starts out with the same beginning as every Spider-Man movie and tv show ever; with Peter Parker being bitten by a radioactive spider, but then a twist happens. The spider goes over and bites Cindy Moon. If you don't know her (like I did before I read this) Cindy Moon is a girl who becomes a superhero named Silk. Silk has the same powers as Spider-Man. Then the comic cuts to current day, Spider-Man is fighting a bunch of no-name villains. All of the villains are really lame. Later, Peter Parker goes to Parker industries. He goes to his lab and a new common comic trope appears that will happen a lot in this comic; confusing exposition about Doc Ock. This will probably bring the book down a half star in the rating. Later J. Jonah Jameson is really sad and he resigns from being the Mayor. I didn't care that he resigned. Then he threatens to reveal Spider-Man’s identity and then Spider-Man stops it. Shocker. This whole story is mediocre. Two point five stars. This review's shoutout goes to @jacobhafnerr. Happy Birthday @jacobhafnerr!