I actually liked this two parter more than I expected, but maybe that's due to low expectations? The animation isn't great, but it does seem to get better for action scenes, and the faces are very expressive, which I like. The humor isn't perfect, but it's already a step-up from USM. This humor feels more authentic to Spider-Man; it isn't Deadpool/Saved By The Bell humor. Peter is already more likable here than he was in the last show. I also like that he's being portrayed as really smart, which should be obvious, but USM made him act dumb quite a few times. Better voice here, too. Also, Peter and Harry's friendship and interactions here actually felt genuine; it was one of the highlights of the episode. Something realistic about it. But I do agree that Harry's distrust of Spider-Man felt tacked on. I also agree that after Homecoming's take on Vulture, this version came across as generic. Cool costume, though. Scorpion was...OK, I guess. The supporting cast have potential. Max Modell seems like a very cool guy, the classmates weren't annoying (and we may get Gwen soon), and Uncle Ben's flashbacks were nice. The Smythe's are pretty petty. I'm fine with the science-angle so far. It helps differentiate itself from earlier incarnations. Some of Peter's geek talk can be a bit much, though. Anyway, I already think this show will end up being better than USM - and it's only week one. Hopefully the show can keep itself (at the very least) at this level of quality. This is one Peter Parker I don't mind following.