I really wish I had something good to say about this issue...it's not bad, but it's nothing to write home about either.
Charlie, our cabbie who knows who Spider-man is, gets a new job as a security guard in a jewelry store, calls Spiderman to save a man on ledge, and visits his son. He has a attack and his estranged wife starts to get concerned.
Our gangsters try to rob a bank, get cold fee and go and mug some teenagers on make out point. They get interrupted by Charlie - who has a proposition. He asks for their help in robbing the jewelry store.
Now, I know this seres is supposed to be more about how Spider-man affects the lives of those around him, but this issue is just plain boring. It's all build up to the next issue, where hopefully this story will come to an end. The art and story are both just so-so.
All in all a totally forgettable issue of a forgettable story.
Well, next time we'll see the end of this mediocre story - until then, happy reading.