Peter Parker: Spider-Man vol. 2, was a monthly comic book series published by Marvel Comics that ran for 57 issues between 1999 and 2003.
This series was a continuance of volume 1, with the creative team of Howard Mackie and John Romita, Jr. having migrated to the new series. In June 2001, Marvel began a dual numbering system on all its titles that had been relaunched and renumbered. The first issue of Peter Parker: Spider-Man to be dual-numbered was listed as both #30 and #128 on the cover - the second figure achieved by adding the total of issues of the new volume (30) to the first volume's 98. The comic's legal indicia, printed on the title page, still listed the series as vol. 2 #30.
Mackie and Romita Jr. remained through #20 (August 2000) when writer Paul Jenkins and artist Mark Buckingham came aboard. Jenkins would write the character over different titles for the next five years. Buckingham and Jenkins left Peter Parker: Spider-Man after #50 (Jan. 2003) and were briefly succeeded by writer Zeb Wells and an assortment of artists on what was meant to be a two-issue story before cancellation, but due to delays on the replacement book, became seven issues before the title was finally retired with #57 (Aug. 2003). This series was replaced with a new Spider-Man title, Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 2, which debuted with the team of Jenkins and penciller Humberto Ramos, running for 27 issues until 2005.