That's a good idea as noted in the article a rebooted character would stand in contrast to those already in some established state. I would say just treat it as a new creative team coming in at issue #36 but the industry has been sloppy the last 15yrs and rebooting with #1's has been their methodology but even then the #1's aren't actually origin stories, which is why the #1 is really a ruse to get the idiots who think #1 means groundfloor.
The new Amazing Spider-man should've done this. Especially considering most of the principles were in the last film that general audiences saw. They are likely to be confused cause they see it as a 4, not a new #1!! LOL