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15th Sep '17 6:24:30 AM WolfMattGrey
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*** A short crossover, "ComicBook/LightsOut", is set to happen in October 2013. It will start in ''Green Lantern'', runs through ''Green Lantern Corps'', ''Green Lantern: New Guardians'', and ''Red Lanterns'' before concluding in the second ''Green Lantern'' annual. It involves the Lantern corps to come together to stop an ancient being named Relic.

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*** A short crossover, "ComicBook/LightsOut", is set to happen happened in October 2013. It will start started in ''Green Lantern'', runs ran through ''Green Lantern Corps'', ''Green Lantern: New Guardians'', and ''Red Lanterns'' before concluding in the second ''Green Lantern'' annual. It involves involved the Lantern corps to come coming together to stop an ancient being named Relic.
8th Aug '17 9:38:27 AM Basara-kun
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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''.

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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''. Recently, Abigail has been added to the roster of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.
31st Jul '17 6:28:33 AM kyojikasshu
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** X-Men's "X-Overs" are really the {{Ur Example}}s[=/=]{{Trope Codifier}}s, with 1986's "Mutant Massacre" arc spread out in the three then-current X-Men comics at the time (''Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor,'' and ''The New Mutants'', and even branched into an issue of ''The Mighty Thor''). 1987 saw the first crossover with a full banner identifying the relevant issues, "Fall of the Mutants" (with [[RedSkiesCrossovers additional series tying in with one-shots]]), and 1988 followed up with "Inferno", which was the first "true" X-crossover (in "Mutant Massacre" and "Fall of the Mutants", the X-Men and X-Factor were involved in the same conflict but never actually interacted, while "Inferno" and every crossover since has flowed directly from one team's title to the next).

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** X-Men's "X-Overs" are really the {{Ur Example}}s[=/=]{{Trope Codifier}}s, with 1986's "Mutant Massacre" arc spread out in the three then-current X-Men comics at the time (''Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor,'' and ''The New Mutants'', and even branched into an issue of ''The Mighty Thor''). 1987 saw the first crossover with a full banner identifying the relevant issues, "Fall of the Mutants" (with [[RedSkiesCrossovers [[RedSkiesCrossover additional series tying in with one-shots]]), and 1988 followed up with "Inferno", which was the first "true" X-crossover (in "Mutant Massacre" and "Fall of the Mutants", the X-Men and X-Factor were involved in the same conflict but never actually interacted, while "Inferno" and every crossover since has flowed directly from one team's title to the next).
31st Jul '17 6:24:57 AM kyojikasshu
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** X-Men's "X-Overs" are really the {{Ur Example}}s[=/=]{{Trope Codifier}}s, with 1986's "Mutant Massacre" arc spread out in the three then-current X-Men comics at the time (''Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor,'' and ''The New Mutants'', and even branched into an issue of ''The Mighty Thor''), and the next year's "Inferno" being the first "true" X-crossover (in "Mutant Massacre", the X-Men and X-Factor were involved in the same conflict but never actually interacted, while "Inferno" and every crossover since has flowed directly from one team's title to the next).

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** X-Men's "X-Overs" are really the {{Ur Example}}s[=/=]{{Trope Codifier}}s, with 1986's "Mutant Massacre" arc spread out in the three then-current X-Men comics at the time (''Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor,'' and ''The New Mutants'', and even branched into an issue of ''The Mighty Thor''), Thor''). 1987 saw the first crossover with a full banner identifying the relevant issues, "Fall of the Mutants" (with [[RedSkiesCrossovers additional series tying in with one-shots]]), and the next year's "Inferno" being 1988 followed up with "Inferno", which was the first "true" X-crossover (in "Mutant Massacre", Massacre" and "Fall of the Mutants", the X-Men and X-Factor were involved in the same conflict but never actually interacted, while "Inferno" and every crossover since has flowed directly from one team's title to the next).
29th Apr '17 3:23:19 AM darkemyst
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** 2011 has a rather odd example. "Judgement on Gotham" is a crossover centered on ComicBook/{{Azrael}}, a minor member of the Bat Family. While part of the story is running in Batman the two other series involved are considered somewhat peripheral series: Red Robin and Gotham City Sirens.

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** 2011 has a rather odd example. "Judgement on Gotham" is a crossover centered on ComicBook/{{Azrael}}, a minor member of the Bat Family. While part of the story is running in Batman the two other series involved are considered somewhat peripheral series: Red Robin Comicbook/RedRobin and Gotham City Sirens.ComicBook/GothamCitySirens.
26th Apr '17 9:05:03 PM DoctorRayman
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* Whether it be ''VideoGame/MarioKart'', ''VideoGame/MarioParty'', or the plethora of sports titles based on the ''Videogame/SuperMarioBros'' series, you'll be sure they'll add some characters and settings from the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' series. In fact, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen they were planning to have Donkey Kong himself participate in]] ''[[{{Crossover}} Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games]]'' (DK's model was ultimately DummiedOut, but he made it into the sequel). They also threw in ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' in these titles, though its representation is not as pronounced. All we got basically was art of Wario from the ''[=WarioWare=]'' series on the walls of ''Mario Power Tennis''[='=]s Wario Factory stage, and the Wario Bike in ''Mario Kart Wii'' -- none of Wario's supporting cast from the ''[=WarioWare=]'' series has actually shown up in these games yet.

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* Whether it be ''VideoGame/MarioKart'', ''VideoGame/MarioParty'', or the plethora of sports titles based on the ''Videogame/SuperMarioBros'' series, you'll be sure they'll add some characters and settings from the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' series. In fact, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen they were planning to have Donkey Kong himself participate in]] ''[[{{Crossover}} Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games]]'' (DK's model was ultimately DummiedOut, but he made it into the sequel). They also threw in ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' in these titles, though its representation is not as pronounced. All we got basically was art of Wario from the ''[=WarioWare=]'' series on the walls of ''Mario Power Tennis''[='=]s Wario Factory stage, and the Wario Bike in ''Mario Kart Wii'' -- none of Wario's supporting cast from the ''[=WarioWare=]'' series has actually shown up in these games yet. With that said, ''[[DrMario Dr. Mario 64]]'' features almost every character that appeared in ''VideoGame/WarioLand3''. This makes it one of the few times where Mario gets the chance to appear alongside characters that originated from the Wario games.
15th Mar '17 9:20:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/AMuppetFamilyChristmas'', which goes beyond the regular Muppet cast to include other cornerstones of the creations of Creator/JimHenson, such as ''Series/SesameStreet'', ''Series/FraggleRock'', and ''MuppetBabies''.

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* ''Film/AMuppetFamilyChristmas'', which goes beyond the regular Muppet cast to include other cornerstones of the creations of Creator/JimHenson, such as ''Series/SesameStreet'', ''Series/FraggleRock'', and ''MuppetBabies''.''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''.
11th Mar '17 4:13:12 PM nombretomado
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** ''Worlds Collide'' from 1994 bordered between this and IntercontinuityCrossover, featuring titles from the Superman family crossing over with several titles published by MilestoneComics.

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** ''Worlds Collide'' from 1994 bordered between this and IntercontinuityCrossover, featuring titles from the Superman family crossing over with several titles published by MilestoneComics.Creator/MilestoneComics.
8th Mar '17 3:22:23 AM BleuStar365
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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''StreetFighterXTekken'' and the upcoming ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''.

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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''StreetFighterXTekken'' and the upcoming ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''.
26th Feb '17 2:50:03 AM StFan
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** ''The Fall of Metropolis'': With Lex Luthor's cloned body succumbing to CloneDegeneration, he attempts to make one last stand against Cadmust for a cure, with Metropolis getting demolished in the process. While the main story occurred in Superman's four books, it had ramifications for most of the other Superman Family titles, as {{Superboy}}'s own title tied in with the arc due to his own failing health from the clone disease, while {{Supergirl}} finally broke off from Luthor after discovering he wasn't the good guy she thought he was in a tie-in mini-series building up to the whole thing. The whole arc ended up also crossing over with the above-mentioned ''Worlds Collide''.

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** ''The Fall of Metropolis'': With Lex Luthor's cloned body succumbing to CloneDegeneration, he attempts to make one last stand against Cadmust for a cure, with Metropolis getting demolished in the process. While the main story occurred in Superman's four books, it had ramifications for most of the other Superman Family titles, as {{Superboy}}'s own title tied in with the arc due to his own failing health from the clone disease, while {{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} finally broke off from Luthor after discovering he wasn't the good guy she thought he was in a tie-in mini-series building up to the whole thing. The whole arc ended up also crossing over with the above-mentioned ''Worlds Collide''.



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* The Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse featured a lot of these, especially when two campaigns were operating out of the same city.

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