I am, of course, talking about J. Michael Straczynski's run on Amazing Spider-Man, in which Peter Parker was a down-to-earth relatable kinda guy. He was three-dimensional, and also. . .
. . . on second thought, let's just get to it. A tailor has made fun of Spider-Man's lack of a mouthpiece in his mask, and so Peter, late at night. . .
John Romita Jr. was born to draw Spidey. Here's a great little slice of Peter's and MJ's life as a couple.
It's quiet moments, subtle moments like these that make good writing, in my opinion.
I still miss MJ of course.
Scans from Amazing Spider-Man #502, in which Peter meets a tailor called Leo Zelinsky, a tailor for superheroes as well as supervillains. A supertailor.