I just spent the week reading Spider-Man 2099 #'s 1-46 - in preparation for Dan Slott's big 2099 story.
Wow. What a great series.
I stopped reading the book around #37, right after Venom 2099 appeared, back in the 90's. It felt really good to re-read all those issues and pick up the one's I hadn't bought. It would be so amazing to have this series come back in some form. The ending wasn't what PAD had in mind, would love for him to pick up right after #43, when he left, and continue his version of Miguel's story.
I just finished up the fifth volume of the Clone Saga Epic tpb and began the first volume of the Ben Reilly Epic. This is the first time I've reread these books since I originally bought them when they were first released. So far, there has been some good stories as well as some missteps.
Spider-man: The Parker Years is a book where Peter (thinking he's a clone) is telling MJ how he screwed things up because he wasn't the real Spider-man. Of course, Mary Jane notices how he forgot all the great things that he'd done in the last five years (the time between the original clone saga and the setting in this issue) and let him know that he's the man she fell in love with and married. It's a neat little 'get up to date' issue that let's the reader know what adventures Peter had since the original clone saga.
I just read the first Spectacular Spider-man Magazine by Lee, Romita, and Leiber. I had never read this before and the black and white was quite different, but let the art shine through so well. Awesome!