Yes...to a certain point, but not overall IMHO.
The reveal to Jonah was really the only aspect that took me out of the comic...but as a whole it was a solid issue.
As RD mentioned concerning Marvel turning away from a loser,young manchild Spiderman portrayal to a more mature character...I think that is what we are seeing.
I don't want to get my hopes up too high that this is what is happening since Marvel has a tendency to let the fans down time after time.
However, if the recent issue of Spectacular is any indication that Marvel is indeed attempting to right their ship in regards to their books and current bad image then I think this whole Jonah reveal might lead us back to a OMD resolution. The reveal to Jonah seems odd in that it didn't have any build up at all...it was all done quite suddenly which tells me that this is the beginning to a new direction and arc which may deal with some of the issues fans have been having with the character these past 10 years.
If Marvel makes the mistake of cheapening this reveal to Jonah it will not bode well for the company nor it's bottom line. It's time for Marvel to stop playing the political correctness game,the shady sales gimmicks,the bad story lines and bad characterization of its most popular characters and return to good story telling and artwork. Marvel has to get back to focusing on what made it great in the first place and just stop with all the other nonsense they have been engaged in these past 4 years.
In conclusion...Spectacular # 6 is far from perfect, but it is a sign that maybe Marvel has finally learned it's lesson and will now start listening to the fans and giving them characters and stories they want to see and read.
Time will tell my friends.