So, Bob Gale and Dan Slott’s Spider-Man: Brand New Day, vol. 3 is a very solid Spider-Man book in a mode that falls somewhere between classic Spider-Man and Slottian farce. Lots of quipping (including at least one pun), light action against sorta schlumpy villains, personal troubles for Peter Parker, the full works.
It’s definitely not revolutionary — if anything, it’s counter-revolutionary — but if this is the sort of thing you’re looking for, it’s done well enough that you’ll enjoy reading it.
(And see, didn’t mention the horrible retcon at all.)