Anonymous requested: Can you please do a DC and Marvel crossover imagine where reader is a part of the batfam, and she’s like super self-conscious. And then the avengers need their help and she is crushing on Peter (Parker) and her brothers like unintentionally make fun of her and she gets super embarrassed and runs away? Idk that might be super confusing. I can do that! I made the reader 18 (so is Peter in this) and Bruce’s actual child, and Damian’s full sibling, meaning she was trained by the league, contributing to the self-doubt she has. I hope I portrayed the self-consciousness of the reader right. If you ever feel like you need to talk to someone, you can always talk to me xx Also this is going to split into 3 parts. I can’t help myself. It’s becoming a problem.
Summary: Life as a Wayne child was hard, made harder by the Avengers sudden need for you.
Living in a family like yours made things more difficult than you’d care to admit. Being one of the children of Wayne put you in the limelight, something that you hated. While your brothers weren’t exactly fans of it, they weren’t reported about in the same way.
“The Grief… The Fear… The Manipulation… And Ego… the biggest fault behind the Batman is ego. And the ego that drives him would come from a child. But Strange got it wrong. He read the book, but he didn’t understand. All the monstrous faults he saw in Batman… they’re not faults. They’re fuel.“
Detective Comics #942 (2016-)
Written by Steve Orlando, James Tynion IV Art by Andy MacDonald, John Rauch Letters by Marilyn Patrizio
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