The comic book industry constantly shifts in regards to its writers and artists. While one may work for DC, and another for Marvel, one deal can change that on a dime. However, there are some more-or-less certainties. For DC Comics, one of those is Geoff Johns, who’s not only a writer, but the Chief Creative Officer for the company. However, that doesn’t mean he doesn’t think about what he would do and what books he would like to write if he still worked for Marvel. In an interview with IGN, Johns voiced the two Marvel Comics titles he would like to do if given the chance: Hulk and Spider-Man.
Johns stated: “If I could write one Marvel comic book, then Hulk would be it. Though I’d make Gary Frank draw it. The other one I’d do is Spider-Man, only if Joe Quesada drew it. I want to work with Joe Quesada. That’s the one thing I don’t know if that would ever happen, but I’d love to work with Joe Quesada.”
His choices of artists he picked are interesting the artists he picked. Frank is a man who’s worked with Johns many times in the past, while Quesada honestly doesn’t do much in way of comic drawing anymore despite having a long history with Spider-Man. Regardless, this is fun to hear him talk about it, though the probability of this happening is highly unlikely.