Why did Spider-Man decide to unmask during CIVIL WAR? After the cut, seven and a half pages from AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #532 explain it. Sort of.
( Airport security = unmasking )
In 2004 Marvel released a Spider-Man title under the 'Marvel Knights' imprint. The basic idea was to make a more "hard PG-13" Spider-Man title with Mark Millar and Terry Dodson delivering a 12 issue arc in three parts. There's no official title for the whole thing but it's been called "Shush" by the fans given the obvious similarities to 'Hush' that was running around the same time; an "epic" about a mystery villain causing havoc that happens to involve the majority of the hero's rogue gallery.
FWIW, while both are a lot of 'style over substance', I enjoyed "Shush" a lot more. You may think differently.
The second back up story is a six page "Saga of the Serpent Crown" story where the Celestials almost but not quite end the world.
( Three pages after the cut )
Two pages of a five page story.
( I'll be back )