The Green Goblin sends his tiny flying minions to MJ’s house for one reason or the other (I refuse to actually pay attention to Superior Spider-Man out of principle for how they treated MJ in that rape-by-deception plot — and apparently they blew up her nightclub, too? Sheesh. And I assume she still doesn’t know that her closest, oldest, dearest friend and ex-once-husband is actually a super-villain in disguise, despite being the one person save for Aunt May that knows Peter the best) and she deals with them with some web shooters given to her by Peter.
Superior Spider-Man #28
Agreed: ‘Inferior Spider-Man’ is a poor excuse for a comic book. Not only MJ is handled poorly, most of the supporting cast seems to be lobotomised when Slott tries to write them. He tries to fit the characters into his silly plots instead of writing from the motivations, wishes and actions of the characters.