In nearly twenty years of collecting and reading comics I was never a big fan of any Spider-Man series. Nothing against the characters or creative staff, I think it just suffered from having too many titles and they always seemed to crossover. Growing up I never had the $$$ to buy two or three extra titles just to get a complete arc. I started collecting ASM around the time of the first movie and SSM since its inception.
Since Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took over on "Sensational" I feel that his story telling as risen above what JMS has done on "Amazing". I enjoy both titles so I'm not by any means saying there is any evident quality issue with "Amazing". I don't know if it may have to do with what each writer is obligated to do in the context of "Civil War" or maybe just better overall writing.
I feel that RAS has an excellent grasp on the core characters of the mythos and is really doing a bang up job on the book. I know he had a run on MKFF and was supposed to replace Waid on FF until the public outcry got to Marvel.
So does anybody else feel that SSM has of lately been a better book that ASM?