So, if Peter and Jessica Drew had a baby, does that mean it would grow up to look exactly like one of them, except +- either the boob-coochie deluxe or the super-tuff penis collections?
hhmm.... That would be weird.
As we draw nearer to USM #105, I'd just like to officially "call" a few predictions so I can annoy the crap out of everyone by posting "called it" fifty billion times in the 105 thread discussion.
This next issue MUST explain things about the clones. I guess that it will deal with the future of Jessica Drew and explain why Kaine is the way he is. Also, I suspect that not-Richard was implanted with his false memories immediately after the other clones escaped in order to do damage control and keep Peter from finding out the truth--that's why Cassandra Webb was right there, and it's not just another throwaway ultimization.
I suspect that Jessica won't be a free agent for long. She has no source of income or food, and unless she's going to be spending the rest of her life as a homeless thief she'll need an ally, probably SHIELD.
May's heart attack will be left unresolved.
About five seconds after the last panel in 104, Nick Fury will bust in with his unit. Scorpion will be appropriated by SHIELD. Peter will be dragged off to have a man-to-man talk with Fury, where their relationship will change and he will be told by Fury or decide on his own to keep his powers. Fury will tell Peter his plans for the CIA members who created the clones, Scorpion, Gwen-Carnage, and Ultimate Doctor Octamagnetopus. At least one of those will be a lie or something Peter doesn't like, so that even if they reach an understanding of each other (which they probably will) there will still be tension between them.
You know, I honestly don't see how this issue could suck. I know I'm going to regret saying this later, but it's just a trip from point A to point B. I don't see how it could be done wrong.