The writer is taking an approach to the character as "a man who loves his personalities" and is looking for ways to have them work together. With his new role in the Secret Avengers, "wouldn't it be interesting if his psyche was more emboldened by this" and adapted the personalities of the Avengers, Bendis remarked.
“And wouldn't it be fun to see the criminals of the Marvel universe not know how to deal with this completely insane person who thinks he's Spider-Man one day, Wolverine the next?”
"He doesn't have full control over his personalities, which is part of the fun," Bendis said. "Just because he wants Spider-Man or Wolverine to take over, doesn't mean that's what's going to happen." But "I'm much more interested in his character as a pro-active Avenger" than a depressive hero, Bendis added.