Spider-Man seems to be facing the recession in a new teaser image from Marvel. There's no indication of whether this is meant to be the Ultimate Spider-Man or the regular Spider-Man staring at impending economic doom. Although, the newspapers are the Daily Bugle instead of the DB!, which indicates to us that this is ultimate Spidey, who as you should remember is imminently doomed. There's also the headline about flooding, which would seem to be a reminder of the impact Ultimatum had on that Universe. At any rate, we're pretty sure that Steve McNiven is the artist responsible for the image - if we're wrong, please correct us - which would be another strike in the 'this is related to the death of spiderman story co-written by mark millar' theory we have.
Why would anyone be scared of tomorrow, though? Is this a possible feat? If you look philosophically at the question being asked here, then you'd have to accept that tomorrow never exists. It is there as a concept, but there is no physical sign of tomorrow ever occurring. Because by the time it does, it has become 'today'. So Spider-Man is scared of the hypothethical future, non? C'est un conundrum.