Spidey outs himself.
No, he's not switching to a smart chartreuse-and-mauve costume.
He reveals his secret identity.
Beware of these limited series, though. Sometimes they don't fit into the main Marvel continuity.
One thing confuses me, though.
Marvel's roster of invincible crime fighters is split into two bitterly opposed factions, with one camp -- championed by the likes of Spiderman -- in favour of the new law and the other, including Captain America and his ilk, refusing to relinquish anonymity.
When Steve Rogers was briefly replaced as Captain America by the Super-Patriot, his (Rogers') identity was known, at least by the government. Has that changed?
I've been out of the comic lifestyle for awhile now, and comic book companies are prone to rewriting the totality of the history of their creations, so maybe I missed something.
[H/T 2 Drudge.]