If comics are really good at one thing…it’s asking the question “What if?” For comic characters and their stories have such branching paths that they could go into any number of directions. What’s more, because of the fact that there are several major publishers who don’t interact with one another with their characters, that leads to a lot of other “What if?'” scenarios. The two biggest ones are without a doubt though DC Comics and Marvel, and Brian Michael Bendis wants them to come together.
At Emerald City Comic Con, the longtime Marvel writer turned DC Comics writer addressed fans and said he’d be up for bringing their universes together:
“I’ve wanted to get a Batman/Daredevil crossover going since 2002,” Bendis replied. “If this massive move of my career was trying to get that to happen — it’s pretty badass of me.”
He went so far as to say:
“Should there be one? Absolutely. Do I want to do it? Absolutely.” Bendis said he’d want it to span from “Hell’s Kitchen to Gotham to the Fourth World to the Guardians of the Galaxy.”
But, Brian Michael Bendis also noted that it’s not up to the fans, or even the writers and editors, it’s up to Disney and Warner Bros, which means we shouldn’t expect this to happen soon.