Is this one that originally ran in the newspaper strip?Spider-man: The Mutant Agenda. It was a fun mini with the Beast, Spidey and the Hobglobin from 1994 or thereabouts.
Spider-man & X-Factor was another good one from around the same time as the Mutant Agenda. I believe it was written by Kurt Busiek.Busiek is one of my favorite writers so I might try to track this down, can you tell me a little more about it?
Spider-man Blue. I never read all of it but it's a mini by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. It's about Peter's early days and his relationship with Gwen Stacey.I've read this one, a re-telling of the early Lee/Romita Sr. era of Amazing Spider-Man. Sale's art is gorgeous but as a story I felt it paled in comparison to the original.
Spider-man Noir. Decent story set in the 30s. Not what I was expecting when I read the series. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.I skipped all of the Noir stuff but after reading about it on the old board, I'm tempted to get the trade of this one.
X-men & Spider-man. This was a neat story from last year. It may have ended this year, I'm not sure. Anyways it's a four-parter that takes place over many years around some key parts of the characters' past. A fun read for X-fans and webheads.Sounds like the Spider-Man/Human Torch "I'm With Stupid" mini; who was the creative team?