Miles is then struck by the notion that this could be a Peter Parker from another Earth, so he asks him if he is, referencing his team-up with the Amazing Spider-Man in Spider-Men. Peter doesn't seem to understand what he's talking about though and once again asks for his webs back so he can leave Miles alone. Miles takes issue however with the fact that Peter hasn't told Aunt May, which he apparently doesn't want to do since he doesn't want to put her through the stress. Miles insists that Peter tell her, prompting Peter to again asks for his webs. Miles responds that May gave the web-shooters to him because she thought Peter died. Peter says that he did die, and when Miles asks what that means, he starts to get angry, exclaiming that he doesn't know Miles, that he didn't ask him to pick up the mantle, and that he's sorry if this isn't up to Miles' standards of "how you think I should do these impossible things no one in the world outside of Captain America has ever had to deal with".
Elsewhere, a worker informs Stark Command that they have a problem at Dock 9. It's those pesky Spider-Twins, who are kicking all the security guards asses whilst arguing back and forth about how many guards they thought there would be. Using their acrobatic skills and a stolen taser, they soon leave all the guards unconscious. The worker says he'll get out of their way since he doesn't want to get a face full of foot, but the Twins have other ideas. They want the worker to help them since he knows what they're looking for. They also know he called the cops, so they give him a minute to give them the package that Tony Stark labelled "Latveria".