No. The fact that he puts on a mask and does things in his spare time doesn't make him a rapist. While he's having sex with them he's not deceiving them about who he actually is the way Doc Ock in Peter's stolen body would be, because he's always Peter Parker (Spider-Man is a super hero identity, not a real person). That standard would make everyone who doesn't share every detail of their lives a rapist. Rape does not always include force, the main factor is often lack of consent or ability to give consent. Some states in fact do have a "rape by deception" law, although New York State's is limited. But then again we don't have a mind swap technology, either. I think if a person actually could steal another person's body and use it to trick someone into having sex with them, the courts would have no problem charging that person with any number of sex crimes, including rape, because obviously the person being tricked isn't in a position to give full consent. And it's a deception that goes beyond simply lying that you're a rock star, you're actually using the form of another person as a criminal tool. So, yeah, I still feel pretty comfortable calling Doc Ock a rapist, if he goes through with it. I finally put down the eight dollars and I have to say, this was a rather stinky turd of a comic book. The plot jumps all over the place with bad pacing and convenient coincidences and Slott just doesn't seem to get many of the characters, or if he does get them writes them intentionally out of character to force them into the clumsy plot. The one he's always handled worst is J. Jonah Jameson, whom he treats like a broad parody. Would J.J.J. suddenly start loving Spider-Man because he saw him mutilate another man's face. I doubt it, J.J.J. has some ethics and he would probably see it as reinforcement of his hate of Spider-Man. Gargan was poorly written, too. His old beef with J.J.J. would never be enough to make him abandon six million bucks. And Cooper also had to put on the idiot hat to do what she did, Peter gave her proof of who he was and she should have tried to help him. Also, if Uncle Ben's intentions were for Peter to give his body, reputation, Avengers priority access, and everything else to an evil sociopath, then Uncle Ben is really stupid. Doc Ock's heel-face turn was the least convincing and most cheesy I've ever seen. He already HAD Peter's memories. How would being reminded of them change his perspective on anything? How would Peter's memories be somehow more convincing than his own life experiences, which shaped him into the evil jerk he is? The art was godawful, too. I do not understand what people see in Ramos, his art conveys neither emotion nor action well.