OK, I'm kind of emotionally invested in this, so bear with me.
I started reading comics in the middle of 2017 because I had nothing to do one saturday. I always liked super-hero stuff, including movies and TV stuff, but never looked into comics. I remembered of a friend of mine from 5th grade that told me something about Spider-man dying in the Ultimate Universe. I had no idea what the Ultimate Universe was back then, so he explained it to me and we had a pretty cool conversation. A few days later, he told me about Miles Morales and how he was the new Ultimate Spider-man now.
For whatever reason I remembered that conversation. I began to wonder whatever happened to Miles and where he was now. Did he evolve as a character? Did he die? For whatever reason I wanted to know. So I found the recomended reading order for him on a random subreddit and began reading it all. I finished it in a few days, reaching the point he was in Earth-616. I enjoyed it a lot, and, because of that, began to read other material he was involved with, like Champions.
Champions: a team of teen heroes. Kind of sounded like the Teen Titans, so I was really hyped about it. Superheroes fighting supervillains with cool character dynamics and interpersonal problems. Boy, was I wrong. The idea of superheroes fighting real world issues isn't bad by itself, but... it was boring! MToo damn boring. I was forcing myself to rerad it. It was then that I noticed how most writters fail to keep Miles consistent. His personality became... well, Peter Parker. Snarky and retorical, less of the pure and good kid Miles always was. That would continue for every single cameo he ever made.