Beam Me Up, Scotty!: While Otto has said "The Die is Cast", he has only said it twice, and neither occasion was in the title comic. Yet people still try to make it his catch phrase mostly due to Memetic Mutation.
Fan Nickname: They can get confusing, since some refer to both Otto in Peter's body and Peter in Otto's body:
Before the identity of the new Spider-Man was revealed Dan Slott "accidentally" tweeted Ryan Stegman a message implying Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099 was the new Spider-Man as a Red Herring. Slott actually came out and apologised over it.
Dan Slott claims he wanted to take Spider-Man's Hero with Bad Publicity to a meta level, with readers being convinced Ock-as-Spidey was a menace whilst he tried to do good. The first issue ends with Peter's spirit intervening to stop Otto from killing a criminal.
Following the release of Amazing 700, Marvel spent two weeks hyping Peter Parker's death as permanent with Otto-as-Peter being the new status quo from this point onward. Superior 1 ends with The Reveal that Peter's still around as a sort-of Spirit Advisor stopping Otto from crossing certain lines, and vowing to keep fighting to regain his life, it only lasted 9 issues..
Trolling Creator: According to an interview with Newsarama, when Slott pitched his story, editor Axel Alonso didn't want to do it, feeling that it would be a story about Doc Ock, not Spidey. He was one of the few who suggested Ghost Peter. What did Slott do? Bide his time until the perfect moment, then destroy every last possible Hope Spot and put Doc Ock in the spotlight.