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23rd May '18 8:24:48 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/StreetFighterVsDarkstalkers'' establishes that the cast of both series shares the same continuity. For instance, [[AnIcePerson Kolin]] is revealed to have gained her powers after slaying an ice werewolf.
15th May '18 11:07:55 PM DreadPirate7
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'' there are a few arcs centered around Hell and its inhabitants, where we meet Minerva's friends Tom, Kia, Lucretia, and Guinness, all hailing from ''Webcomic/{{Krakow}}''. Whether the ''Webcomic/{{Marilith}}'' duology and ''Charliehorse'' are also part of TheVerse is unknown.
14th May '18 5:11:53 PM jormis29
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* ''Creator/FullMoonFeatures'' also has done this a lot over their existence. Complete with direct CrossOver like Dollman vs Demonic Toys, characters cameoing in other movies and to the point the ''Film/GingerdeadMan'' is now a regular recuring character in the Evil Bong series now that his series is done. Ironically there also was Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys which while originated by Full Moon was licensed out and made by Syfy, which Charles Band now counts as non-cannon both to the studio and the series.

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* ''Creator/FullMoonFeatures'' also has done this a lot over their existence. Complete with direct CrossOver like Dollman ''Film/{{Dollman}} vs Demonic Toys, Film/DemonicToys'', characters cameoing in other movies and to the point the ''Film/GingerdeadMan'' is now a regular recuring recurring character in the Evil Bong the''Film/ EvilBong'' series now that his series is done. Ironically there also was Puppet Master ''Film/PuppetMaster vs Demonic Toys Film/DemonicToys'' which while originated by Full Moon was licensed out and made by Syfy, which Charles Band now counts as non-cannon both to the studio and the series.
14th May '18 6:25:48 AM jormis29
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** In the second season of ''Friends'', there was a brief crossover with ''Series/CarolineInTheCity''. Matthew Perry had a brief appearance on the Caroline episode as Chandler while Lea Thompson had an appearance Caroline in the Friends episode. Expanding beyond those two, earlier that same season [[Series/{{Frasier}} Niles Crane and Daphne Moon]] appeared in one ''Caroline'' episode, and Frasier himself showed up in an episode of ''Series/{{Wings}}.'' Based on this logic, potentially every NBC sitcom that ran during the 90's takes place in the same world (and also proceeds to directly tie into the Westphall example below)

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** In the second season of ''Friends'', there was a brief crossover with ''Series/CarolineInTheCity''. Matthew Perry had a brief appearance on the Caroline episode as Chandler while Lea Thompson Creator/LeaThompson had an appearance Caroline in the Friends episode. Expanding beyond those two, earlier that same season [[Series/{{Frasier}} Niles Crane and Daphne Moon]] appeared in one ''Caroline'' episode, and Frasier himself showed up in an episode of ''Series/{{Wings}}.'' Based on this logic, potentially every NBC sitcom that ran during the 90's takes place in the same world (and also proceeds to directly tie into the Westphall example below)
11th May '18 6:36:53 PM Pinokio
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** ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasyOperaOmnia'' goes for a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover as characters are retrieved from various points in their stories to interact in a single world.
11th May '18 1:15:32 PM mariofan1000
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' is an odd example, since while it's specifically meant to be a sequel to the original ''Manga/DragonBall'' manga rather than the anime, various anime-only {{Filler}} moments get directly referenced. Android 18 gets pissed when 17 accidentally calls Marron "Maron", Krillin's girlfriend from the Garlic Jr. filler arc, and when Krillin is surrounded by ghosts of the various villains they've fought over the series, [[FreakyFridayFlip Captain Ginyu in Bulma's body]] also appears, something that also never happened in the manga. On the other hand, Gohan at one point talks to a group of bus hijackers he stopped in the manga, but not the anime.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' is an odd example, since while it's specifically meant to be a sequel to the original ''Manga/DragonBall'' manga rather than the anime, various anime-only {{Filler}} moments get directly referenced. Gregory, an anime-only character, is present, Android 18 gets pissed when 17 accidentally calls Marron "Maron", Krillin's girlfriend from the Garlic Jr. filler arc, and when Krillin is surrounded by ghosts of the various villains they've fought over the series, [[FreakyFridayFlip Captain Ginyu in Bulma's body]] also appears, something that also never happened in the manga. On the other hand, Gohan at one point talks to a group of bus hijackers he stopped in the manga, but not the anime.anime, and various continuity errors, such as the different depictions of hell in the ''Z'' anime and ''Super'' exist if one tries to connect them directly.
3rd May '18 3:28:32 PM mariofan1000
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* ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' is an odd example, since while it's specifically meant to be a sequel to the original ''Manga/DragonBall'' manga rather than the anime, various anime-only {{Filler}} moments get directly referenced. Android 18 gets pissed when 17 accidentally calls Marron "Maron", Krillin's girlfriend from the Garlic Jr. filler arc, and when Krillin is surrounded by ghosts of the various villains they've fought over the series, [[FreakyFridayFlip Captain Ginyu in Bulma's body]] also appears, something that also never happened in the manga. On the other hand, Gohan at one point talks to a group of bus hijackers he stopped in the manga, but not the anime.
23rd Apr '18 9:58:59 PM zequeins
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* If the quote is any indication, VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert was about to be welded with VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberianSeries before going off the rails and becoming its own universe.
-->'''Nadia:''' This temporary chaos in Europe would only serve to fuel ''[[AncientConspiracy The Brotherhood's]]'' cause...
-->'''The Advisor[[spoiler:/Kane]]:''' ...The temporary future? Comrade chairman, ''I am the future!''
22nd Apr '18 8:17:37 AM costanton11
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** And ''[[ComicBook/Revolution2016 Revolution]]'' not only welds together their ''Transformers'' and ''[[ComicBook/GIJoeIDW G.I. Joe]]'' comics [[Franchise/HasbroComicUniverse into one universe]] (with the statement being that all the ''Joe'' issues took place during a time where the Cybertronians were absent from Earth), but also brings in rebooted versions of [[ComicBook/RomIDW Rom the Space Knight]], [[ComicBook/MicronautsIDW the Micronauts]], ComicBook/ActionMan and WesternAnimation/{{MASK}}[[note]]the ''ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms'' comics are an odd case - they apparently exist in the new Hasbro Universe, but for "reasons of tone" they're [[ExiledFromContinuity pretty much in their own little bubble]]; the ''[[ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW My Little Pony]]'', ''ComicBook/DungeonsAndDragons'', and ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' titles aren't part of it at all[[/note]], with all sorts of connections between characters and plot threads between everything - Miles Mayhem was a member of Joe Colton's Adventure Team (and founded M.A.S.K. as an anti-Cybertronian deterrent team, with parts of their technology reverse-engineered from their captive, Decepticon triple-changer Blitzwing), Colton himself was on of a few Joe Team members who got replaced by Dire Wraiths (Rom's sworn enemy), Baron Karza found that Microspace was created by Micronus Prime (one of the 13 Primes of Cybertronian lore), and Ore-13, a powerful energy source created by Decepticon Shockwave and seeded on Earth during the ice age, is what drives the plot, as ''everyone'' is trying to use it. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that Mayhem, Karza and the Dire Wraiths were working together to exploit Ore-13 for their own ends, only for Karza to go OneWingedAngel when he absorbs a bunch of Ore-infused Wraiths with his "enerchange" ability and takes down Mayhem; it ultimately takes the Micronauts, Rom, Soundwave, Matt Trakker and Mainframe working together to bring him down.]]

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** And ''[[ComicBook/Revolution2016 Revolution]]'' not only welds together their ''Transformers'' and ''[[ComicBook/GIJoeIDW G.I. Joe]]'' comics [[Franchise/HasbroComicUniverse [[ComicBook/HasbroComicUniverse into one universe]] (with the statement being that all the ''Joe'' issues took place during a time where the Cybertronians were absent from Earth), but also brings in rebooted versions of [[ComicBook/RomIDW Rom the Space Knight]], [[ComicBook/MicronautsIDW the Micronauts]], ComicBook/ActionMan and WesternAnimation/{{MASK}}[[note]]the ''ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms'' comics are an odd case - they apparently exist in the new Hasbro Universe, but for "reasons of tone" they're [[ExiledFromContinuity pretty much in their own little bubble]]; the ''[[ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicIDW My Little Pony]]'', ''ComicBook/DungeonsAndDragons'', and ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' titles aren't part of it at all[[/note]], with all sorts of connections between characters and plot threads between everything - Miles Mayhem was a member of Joe Colton's Adventure Team (and founded M.A.S.K. as an anti-Cybertronian deterrent team, with parts of their technology reverse-engineered from their captive, Decepticon triple-changer Blitzwing), Colton himself was on of a few Joe Team members who got replaced by Dire Wraiths (Rom's sworn enemy), Baron Karza found that Microspace was created by Micronus Prime (one of the 13 Primes of Cybertronian lore), and Ore-13, a powerful energy source created by Decepticon Shockwave and seeded on Earth during the ice age, is what drives the plot, as ''everyone'' is trying to use it. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that Mayhem, Karza and the Dire Wraiths were working together to exploit Ore-13 for their own ends, only for Karza to go OneWingedAngel when he absorbs a bunch of Ore-infused Wraiths with his "enerchange" ability and takes down Mayhem; it ultimately takes the Micronauts, Rom, Soundwave, Matt Trakker and Mainframe working together to bring him down.]]
20th Apr '18 3:41:31 PM ZimFan89
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** The technology of the [[Film/PacificRim Jaegers]] is based on that of [[WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan Galalunan]] battle armors. Also, genetic links are found between the Kaiju and the creatures of Mutraad, though the truth of this is never fully established.

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** The technology of the [[Film/PacificRim Jaegers]] is based on that of [[WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan Galalunan]] battle armors.armors; later developments lead to the creation of Franchise/{{Gundam}}s. Also, genetic links are found between the Kaiju and the creatures of Mutraad, though the truth of this is never fully established.
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