It is worth pointing out three effects on this card that make it significantly better than Make the Call.
You do not pay the ally's cost to put it into play from your discard pile, so you get some savings on recycling your 3- cost and 4-cost allies, and it bypasses the tricky requirement of Spider-Man (Peter Parker).
You are a player. You can choose yourself to repeat the effect, exhausting the ally that you just put into play to help pay the cost. In this way you can put 3 (or more!) allies into play so long as you can pay the resources.
The cost specifies exhausting a web warrior CARD, so Web of Life and Destiny counts, and since it functions perfectly well while exhausted this should be the first choice.
Web warriors get a lot of value out of recycling their allies repeatedly, with both Ghost-Spider and Silk wanting to enter and leave play often, and Web of Life and Destiny being extremely pushed even with just 3-4 allies. Across the Spider-Verse plays right into this and therefore is be a slam dunk pick in any deck looking to use this package.