The series was retitled Peter Parker: Spider-Man with issue #75, but only on the covers (the series was still under its original Spider-Man title in the comic's legal indicia, printed on the title page, from #75-98; the comic book would not officially be titled Peter Parker: Spider-Man until the Vol. 2 series relaunch).
I guess this had turned into a rant more than a question. Moving on...
Ok, what issue did spiderman find out "Norman Osborn" was alive again after his death in issue 122? Also, did they ever fight again or meet face to face? Yeah it stinks, I been out of comics that long.
Peter Parker Spider-Man 75, the official end of the Clone Saga.
What issue did spiderman actually tell Mary Jane he was spiderman?
Tanks hangman, just read issue 75 it was pretty good!
(And to anticipate your follow-up question, this was the first time we as the readers learned this too. There was no earlier issue where we saw her find out. ;))
also I believe (and I dont think it was from issue 257 but it might have been) that the current explanation is that MJ somehow saw Peter change into Spider-Man the original night from Amazing Fantasy #15 that he went after Uncle Ben's killer. I think if this is still continuity it is a great sort of cosmic bond that is never mentioned enough between Peter and MJ; basically that she was present on the first night that Spider-Man was actually "born". Maybe the Loki retcon or whatever is planned in OMD will go all the way back to Amazing Fantasy #15.