But these heroes did not work together until 1997, in an Elseworlds story written by D.G. Chichester and illustrated by Scott McDaniel and Derek Fisher. Batman and Daredevil: An Eye for an Eye pitted them against a pair of internally divided villains, Marvel's Hyde and DC's Two-Face.
This cover marks their second team-up, 2000's Batman/Daredevil: The King of New York, written by Alan Grant and drawn by Eduardo Baretto. Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin, Daredevil's mortal enemy, makes a deal with longtime Batman foe, the Scarecrow. The Scarecrow double-crosses Fisk spectacularly, and threatens New York. The Kingpin must work with Batman (as he did in his second Spider-man team-up) and Daredevil to save the city.