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25th Mar '17 11:10:52 AM nombretomado
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* Similiary to the ''Kamen Rider Decade'' example above, ASCII Media Works celebrated the 15th anniversary of their Dengeki Bunko imprint of LightNovels with the NintendoDS RPG ''Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus'', where an evil organization is attempting to derail the storylines of eight of their series and so your [[HelloInsertNameHere not-so-nameless]] protagonist and [[LightNovel/ShakuganNoShana Shana]] must form a rag-tag group with their worlds' heroines to save their printed existences.

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* Similiary to the ''Kamen Rider Decade'' example above, ASCII Media Works celebrated the 15th anniversary of their Dengeki Bunko imprint of LightNovels with the NintendoDS UsefulNotes/NintendoDS RPG ''Dengeki Gakuen RPG: Cross of Venus'', where an evil organization is attempting to derail the storylines of eight of their series and so your [[HelloInsertNameHere not-so-nameless]] protagonist and [[LightNovel/ShakuganNoShana Shana]] must form a rag-tag group with their worlds' heroines to save their printed existences.
24th Mar '17 8:09:12 AM DrOO7
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* The three crossover episodes that ''Series/NCISNewOrleans'' has shared with its parent show--one of which was its BackDoorPilot--had a case beginning in Washingtin on ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' before evidence took them to New Orleans.
19th Mar '17 12:24:22 PM nombretomado
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* The ''NicktoonsUnite'' series serve as this for {{Nickelodeon}}, with WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants, WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom, JimmyNeutron and one or two other universes deal with a multiuniversal threat, differing each game.

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* The ''NicktoonsUnite'' series serve as this for {{Nickelodeon}}, {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}, with WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants, WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom, JimmyNeutron and one or two other universes deal with a multiuniversal threat, differing each game.
11th Mar '17 4:14:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''Worlds Collide'' (1994): This was a major DC Comics[=/=]MilestoneComics crossover, which had to be handled carefully, since the DC characters were comics in the Milestone universe. It was a scintillating series in that the differences between similar characters such as {{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Icon}} were examined. Perhaps the most entertaining was the relationship between Comicbook/{{Hardware}} and {{Steel}}, who had the same abilities and skills, but were on opposite sides of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism. Since then, Milestone was folded into the DC universe, which seems even more poignant after the passing of DwayneMcDuffie.

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* ''Worlds Collide'' (1994): This was a major DC Comics[=/=]MilestoneComics Comics[=/=]Creator/MilestoneComics crossover, which had to be handled carefully, since the DC characters were comics in the Milestone universe. It was a scintillating series in that the differences between similar characters such as {{Superman}} and ComicBook/{{Icon}} were examined. Perhaps the most entertaining was the relationship between Comicbook/{{Hardware}} and {{Steel}}, who had the same abilities and skills, but were on opposite sides of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism. Since then, Milestone was folded into the DC universe, which seems even more poignant after the passing of DwayneMcDuffie.
4th Mar '17 1:19:52 PM nombretomado
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* The Phoenix Saga of the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series was a borderline example. Although there were no actual team ups, it used appearances of other MarvelComics characters to emphasise the seriousness of the whole thing. [[{{Comicbook.Excalibur}} Captain Britain]] and Comicbook/DoctorStrange were seen reacting to the Phoenix and {{Spider-Man}} (albeit only his silhouette and his hand) and [[ComicBook/IronMan War Machine]] were seen protecting civilians in [[BigApplesauce New York]]. In the sequel, the Dark Phoenix Saga, Doctor Strange briefly appeared again, along with [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], a Watcher and Eternity.

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* The Phoenix Saga of the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series was a borderline example. Although there were no actual team ups, it used appearances of other MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics characters to emphasise the seriousness of the whole thing. [[{{Comicbook.Excalibur}} Captain Britain]] and Comicbook/DoctorStrange were seen reacting to the Phoenix and {{Spider-Man}} (albeit only his silhouette and his hand) and [[ComicBook/IronMan War Machine]] were seen protecting civilians in [[BigApplesauce New York]]. In the sequel, the Dark Phoenix Saga, Doctor Strange briefly appeared again, along with [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]], a Watcher and Eternity.
1st Mar '17 9:13:26 AM Doug86
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* ''Literature/StarTrekDestiny'': An epic (and we do mean epic) trilogy of novels of the StarTrekExpandedUniverse, bringing together characters from ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Literature/StarTrekTitan Titan]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' and ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' to tell the story of the apocalyptic final war between the Federation and the Borg.

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* ''Literature/StarTrekDestiny'': An epic (and we do mean epic) trilogy of novels of the StarTrekExpandedUniverse, Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse, bringing together characters from ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Literature/StarTrekTitan Titan]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' and ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' to tell the story of the apocalyptic final war between the Federation and the Borg.
14th Feb '17 10:14:36 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Bloodlines'' (1993): Whether you like this or not all depends on if you're a fan of UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}}. This was a CrossThrough of all of DC's Annual series for 1993. A race of [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph-like]] parasites invade and start killing people by draining their spinal fluid. A small percentage of people, however, gained superpowers by this, leading to the creation of a new bunch of {{Nineties Anti Hero}}es. Nothing really changed and these new heroes were eventually reduced to [[CListFodder cannon fodder]] for ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, or else ending up in ComicBookLimbo. The only notable result from this crossover being Creator/GarthEnnis' ''Comicbook/{{Hitman}}''. Aside from that, it's probably best remembered for crossing over with two far-better known DC stories at the time: ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' and ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'', due to featuring the four replacement Supermen and the Azrael-Batman for most of the crossover.

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* ''Bloodlines'' (1993): Whether you like this or not all depends on if you're a fan of UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}}. This was a CrossThrough of all of DC's Annual series for 1993. A race of [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph-like]] parasites invade and start killing people by draining their spinal fluid. A small percentage of people, however, gained superpowers by this, leading to the creation of a new bunch of {{Nineties Anti Hero}}es. Nothing really changed and these new heroes were eventually reduced to [[CListFodder cannon fodder]] for ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, or else ending up in ComicBookLimbo. The only notable result from this crossover being Creator/GarthEnnis' ''Comicbook/{{Hitman}}''. Aside from that, it's probably best remembered for crossing over with two far-better known DC stories at from the time: same time period: ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' and ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'', due to featuring the four replacement Supermen and the Azrael-Batman for most of the crossover.
14th Feb '17 10:13:57 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Bloodlines'' (1993): Whether you like this or not all depends on if you're a fan of UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}}. This was a CrossThrough of all of DC's Annual series for 1993. A race of [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph-like]] parasites invade and start killing people by draining their spinal fluid. A small percentage of people, however, gained superpowers by this, leading to the creation of a new bunch of {{Nineties Anti Hero}}es. Nothing really changed and these new heroes were eventually reduced to [[CListFodder cannon fodder]] for ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, or else ending up in ComicBookLimbo. The only notable result from this crossover being Creator/GarthEnnis' ''Comicbook/{{Hitman}}''.

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* ''Bloodlines'' (1993): Whether you like this or not all depends on if you're a fan of UsefulNotes/{{the Dark Age|of Comic Books}}. This was a CrossThrough of all of DC's Annual series for 1993. A race of [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph-like]] parasites invade and start killing people by draining their spinal fluid. A small percentage of people, however, gained superpowers by this, leading to the creation of a new bunch of {{Nineties Anti Hero}}es. Nothing really changed and these new heroes were eventually reduced to [[CListFodder cannon fodder]] for ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, or else ending up in ComicBookLimbo. The only notable result from this crossover being Creator/GarthEnnis' ''Comicbook/{{Hitman}}''. Aside from that, it's probably best remembered for crossing over with two far-better known DC stories at the time: ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' and ''ComicBook/{{Knightfall}}'', due to featuring the four replacement Supermen and the Azrael-Batman for most of the crossover.
12th Feb '17 5:46:19 PM MarcoPolo250
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** This "All-New" universe turns out to be the same old Marvel Universe with a new coat of paint (not that anyone would want it any other way).



* 2017 gives us ''Secret Empire'' by Nick Spencer, in which the Steve Rogers Captain America, who has [[FaceHeelTurn become an agent of Hydra]] unbeknownst to the rest of the Marvel Universe, has taken over as head of S.H.I.E.L.D. as he begins his putting his bigger plan of taking over the country into motion, forcing the rest of the Marvel Heroes to band together to stop him.

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* 2017 will gives us ''Secret Empire'' by Nick Spencer, in which the Steve Rogers Captain America, who has [[FaceHeelTurn become an agent of Hydra]] unbeknownst to the rest of the Marvel Universe, has taken over as head of S.H.I.E.L.D. as he begins his putting his bigger plan of taking over the country into motion, forcing the rest of the Marvel Heroes to band together to stop him.
11th Feb '17 7:49:13 PM MisterCPC
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* 2017 gives us ''Secret Empire'' by Nick Spencer, in which the Steve Rogers Captain America, who has [[FaceHeelTurn become an agent of Hydra]] unbeknownst to the rest of the Marvel Universe, has taken over as head of S.H.I.E.L.D. as he begins his putting his bigger plan of taking over the country into motion, forcing the rest of the Marvel Heroes to band together to stop him.
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