Peter is finally using his genius to better his crime fighting and civilian life. The same with the suits, sometimes you need something special. His villains have a wide variety of abilities, Peter needs to be adaptable.
@ComicMan24: He should never have lost it in the first place. For whatever reason, Marvel is determined to have Peter, the centre of the Web, the weakest Spider-Family member. It's infuriating.
They took away the Spider-Sense to augment him. How you ask (or not)? He had to come up with ways to protect himself without his danger sense. Also, he had to actually learn how to fight (danger sense being crutch). Other villains have figured out how to negate his spider-sense, it was time he learned how to rely on himself, not a power.@FadeToBlackBolt said:
Well at least he didn't lose it for long. The funny thing is that all the infected in Spider-Island had more powers than Peter since they all his powers plus organic web and spider-sense. And I do agree that an power upgrade wouldn't be bad.
The stand-out reason I refused to read it. Just an insult to Peter Parker. And I love Dan Slott.
The story is actually his magnum ops (IMHO). He overcame all his short comings to reach his full potential as a hero. In doing so he has now become a bigger bad @ss. You are truly missing a great (again IMHO) story. Everything that BND did wrong, Slott has done right (yes, I know slott wrote some of BND). Peter is a genius. He's using that genius to not only enhance himself, but help others doing so.