In 1996, Marvel and DC teamed up to form Amalgam comics for a very short duration. It wasn’t only a hybrid occasion; it was where the both universes merged. Prominent characters from both distributors were joined into single heroes. Spider-Man and Superboy turned into Spider-Boy, while Captain America and Superman turned into Super Soldier. The coolest of them all was Batman and Wolverine merging to be Dark Claw. Dark Claw is in fact an orphan called Logan Wayne, who joins the project Weapon X. He has adamantium attached to his skeleton and becomes aware of his mutant nature. When the project is closed down, he ventures to the far corners of the planet. During the process, he develops his abilities as a warrior and criminologist with a goal to battle wrongdoing and revenge his parent’s death. His true self is known only to Sparrow. The story clearly didn’t last for a very long time in comics, yet the visual of Wolverine and Batman in the same body was truly worth it.
6. BLACK WIDOW VS CATWOMAN
There have been rumours through the recent years around a female-centric superhero film. Go searching for Avengers toys and don’t be shocked if you don’t find Black Widow. Keeping in mind we have a Wonder Woman movie in transit, is that going to be sufficient? Obviously not. What better film to catch everyone’s attention other than including two of the most rebellious women in both Marvel and DC? With Black Widow’s experience as a spy and Catwoman’s history as a prominent criminal, you have the ideal family for an action thriller along the lines of Mission: Impossible. This could be an immaculate blend of attractive intrigue and kick-ass combative techniques.