Concurring with everyone who's been loving Jonah's role in this series since issue 6 (before the Legacy renumbering). Seeing him reexamine himself and everything he believed and thought was true in light of new information --- especially concrete proof that if Peter did quit being Spider-Man all those years ago, the world really would be a hell of a lot worse off --- has been quite the feat of characterization for him. I even liked Captain America's line to "our" Spider-Man chiding him for taking all the burden of guilt and responsibility onto himself when it was everyone's failure to do the right thing that resulted in Norman Osborn's rise to power, a welcome reminder that the world doesn't turn on Peter Parker's actions (or inactions)alone and everyone has as much agency over their choices and decisions in life as he does.