I haven't read many of Marvel's "The End" stories. [In essence, speculating on the final story for said character/book/team.]
However, I can now *highly* recommend Punisher: The End. Seriously. Pick it up now, thank me later.
Spider-man: Look, there's good guys and bad guys. I'm one of the good guys, okay? I don't go around killing people, or -
Lamont: Smashing buildings? Scaring people? Getting into fights with each other, fights so big the city takes weeks to fix it all just so you bunch can do it all over again? You're a costume. You're a power. You live in my city. And you're a pain. All of you. Sure, you can do some good, and right now, I need you. But tell the truth: if every costume disappeared and the city was just the ordinary bad guys and the ordinary cops... don't you think it'd be just a little better for everybody?