Personally, I think it's a very uneven decade. The Reboot was just unbelievably awful and BND is inconsistent at best. Even the JMS run, which many seem to agree was a high point for the decade, breaks down into, if not "good and bad" then at least "good and better".
In fact, I would argue that the 2000s were perhaps Spidey's most uneven decade. Think about it. The 60s and 70s were generally pretty solid. The bleakest part of the 80s, if you ask me, was Denny O'Neil's run on Amazing, but that was more than balanced out by Roger Stern and Tom DeFalco, to say nothing of the other titles. The 90s were similarly hot and cold, with the best parts being Michelinie's Amazing, DeMatteis's Spectacular and the period between the Clone Saga and the Reboot. The Reboot itself, as abysmal as it was, came too late in the game to really impact Spider-Man in the 90's, so the real wild card is the Clone Saga. Thus given the good, the bad, and the horrifying foil-wrapped excesses of the decade, I tend to think that one's attitude toward the Clone Saga in general and Ben Reilly in particular will have a tremendous impact on how they view 90s Spidey.
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