Each week, Marvel gives away a free digital copy with your purchase, if you redeem the digital comics. (It's the same across the board, so if you buy everything, you only get one additional comic. Still, bonus in addition to the free digital copies, so I can't really find a reason to complain!)
I'd read the Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen crossover, and still found myself confused when this exactly happened: so much of the time switches from before to after made me feel like it was placed before, then I realized they were talking about it, so it had to happen after. I'm not sure why this didn't work for me, but I suspect that it's because I felt like the time switches didn't really serve a purpose: there were some funny lines, but I knew Miles was close enough to Ganke to tell him about this, and the other kid in there I guess? They didn't add anything the comic though, so what was the big deal?
That being said, I think I'm over Bendis. I still find him hilarious and he tells a good story, a story that makes me feel, but they all feel the same. I'm bored. He's writing more and more Marvel, and that's making it feel like the same. Action, some quips, bada bing, bada boom. Others - Soule comes to mind, and quite frankly less so Ahmed if only because he's only writing one Marvel comic and only ever has - seem to be doing something different. (Black Bolt is amazing, but it's hard to tell how Ahmed would write other characters and if his tack would be different without him having written them. Soule? I've read a lot of his work and it seems to feel different depending on which character he's writing.)
And I obviously still enjoy Bendis. I got this for free, read it, and enjoyed it, but I don't subscribe to Bendis' series, and I've stopped looking forward to him writing new series. Anyway, this is basically a recap of Miles and Gwen finding Miles' father, but not really the whole story. Just up to a certain point. It was fun, but I knocked off one star for the ennui I've got going with Bendis.