I hate the .1 concept. This is comics, not math. Why do we need to bring decimals into it?
Moving on (with spoilers ahead).
The relaunch of Ultimate Spider-Man brought a unique spin to everyone's favourite web slinger, rejuvenating the series while passing the torch to some young blood. Miles Morales is a believable kid in an impossible situation, still trying to cope with his abilities while doing right by the world and the costume. Having to deal with his uncle turning into the big bad (The Prowler) a few issues ago obviously wasn't traumatic enough. Their final confrontation, witnessed in front of a crowd (and of course, subsequently all over the world thanks to YouTube) ended with the Prowler's battle-suit backfiring and killing him. Not an easy thing to witness or have any small part of, to be sure.
Somehow Miles keeps his chin up, though he's barely in this issue and only really a sidenote. Instead we're treated to reporter Betty Brant trying to pitch a connection between the Prowler and the new Spider-Man as a story for the Daily Bugle. She noticed some odd behavior during their last battle and believes it's worth investigating. It turns out to be an unpopular concept at the round-table with J.Jonah Jameson and the other reporters. It seems the death of Peter Parker has made most New Yorkers a little more sentimental/protective of their hometown hero.
Not Betty though. Despite the idea being shut down for inconclusive information, she continues her investigation and before you can say THWIP, she's worked out exactly what the connection is, who the new Spider-Man is and how he got his powers. It's a heck of an investigative day for her and it falls into her lap so easily it seems unlikely Miles' identity hasn't been revealed sooner. She brings the information to J.Jonah but as this is the Ultimate universe, he's a kinder, gentler moustachio'd man and he tells her he won't print it. It's actually a very touching scene where he stands up for justice instead of making quite a lot of money breaking the story.
There's a huge cliffhanger ending, which I will not ruin, but let's just say Miles' meets a legend in the Spidey verse. Brian Michael Bendis continues to write this book as a great example of the Ultimates universe (unlike other titles that struggle) and David Marquez's art is top notch, whether it's regular folks going about their day or Spidey swinging about town.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: as much as Peter Parker will always be THE Spider-Man, Miles Morales is the best thing to happen to the franchise in years.