SPIDER-VERSE is a comic that I had highly recommended to me but while I've enjoyed things like Brand New Day, Spider-Island, and Spider-Gwen, I have to say this has proven to be a miss for me. Part of it is how mean-spirited the whole thing is. I read SPIDER-MAN: THE OTHER where Morlun was introduced as "A vampire with the strength of Thor."
SPIDER-GWEN is a character I was introduced to by the INTO THE SPIDERVERSE movie. The character is an alternate universe version of Gwen Stacy who was bitten by the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker instead. Unfortunately, Peter Parker was so jealous of his crush that he created the Lizard formula and accidentally got himself killed in the process. Gwen feels immense guilt for this and struggles with her secret identity, her relationship with her father, and all the various people who want Spider-Gwen's head.
HACK/SLASH is basically a love letter to both Buffy the Vampire Slayer and 80s horror movies. The premise is Cassie Hack, a beautiful but traumatized Goth girl, is the daughter of a Slasher. Slashers are regenerating and resurrection-prone serial killers that afflict the teens of her world. She has taken to hunting them with her brutish deformed (but gentle) partner Vlad.