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1st May '18 10:17:20 PM Chip
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* There was a competition between most of the major Fantasy series - based on popular opinion, not on what makes any sense. For example, [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime The Dragon Reborn]], [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry Dresden]], [[Literature/TheKingkillerChronicle Kvothe]] all lost to muggles. Each one had a written description of the battle - and despite the implausibility, ''it was awesome''.

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* There was a competition between most of the major Fantasy series - based on popular opinion, not on what makes any sense. For example, [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime The Dragon Reborn]], [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry Dresden]], and [[Literature/TheKingkillerChronicle Kvothe]] all lost to muggles. Each one had a written description of the battle - and despite the implausibility, ''it was awesome''.
1st May '18 10:16:02 PM Chip
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* There was a competition between most of the major Fantasy series - based on popular opinion, not on what makes any sense. For example, [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime The Dragon Reborn]], [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry Dresden]], [[Literature/TheKingkillerChronicle Kovthe]] all lost to muggles. Each one had a written description of the battle - and despite the implausibility, ''it was awesome''.

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* There was a competition between most of the major Fantasy series - based on popular opinion, not on what makes any sense. For example, [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime The Dragon Reborn]], [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles Harry Dresden]], [[Literature/TheKingkillerChronicle Kovthe]] Kvothe]] all lost to muggles. Each one had a written description of the battle - and despite the implausibility, ''it was awesome''.
24th Apr '18 8:02:20 PM nombretomado
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*** ''KamenRiderGaim'' had a canonical, hour-long crossover with ''Series/ResshaSentaiTokkyuger''. Unlike the previous examples, which were usually regulated to movies, this one actually aired on television as part of the series proper. ''Gaim'' was also involved in a later crossover with ''Series/{{Kikaider}}''.

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*** ''KamenRiderGaim'' ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'' had a canonical, hour-long crossover with ''Series/ResshaSentaiTokkyuger''. Unlike the previous examples, which were usually regulated to movies, this one actually aired on television as part of the series proper. ''Gaim'' was also involved in a later crossover with ''Series/{{Kikaider}}''.
23rd Apr '18 3:32:37 PM Corlagon
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** The Turtles cross over with Batman in ''ComicBook/BatmanTeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''.

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** [[Comicbook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIDW The Turtles IDW Turtles]] cross over with Batman the Comicbook/{{Ghostbusters}} and later Batman, in ''ComicBook/BatmanTeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''.



* ''Marvel Team-Up'' #74 (October 1978) teams Spider-Man with [[Series/SaturdayNightLive The Not Ready For Prime-Time Players]] to fight Silver Samurai after Creator/JohnBelushi accidentally gets Silver Samurai's ring. In a similar vein, Comicbook/TheAvengers once appeared on ''[[Creator/DavidLetterman Late Night With David Letterman]]''.

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* ''Marvel Team-Up'' #74 (October 1978) teams Spider-Man with [[Series/SaturdayNightLive The Not Ready For Prime-Time Players]] to fight Silver Samurai after Creator/JohnBelushi accidentally gets Silver Samurai's ring. In a similar vein, Comicbook/TheAvengers once appeared on ''[[Creator/DavidLetterman Late Night With David Letterman]]''.Letterman]]'', whereas ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' let the Thing fight an out-of-control robot on the set of ''Series/TheGongShow'' (AllPartOfTheShow ensued).
22nd Apr '18 6:03:13 PM Pichu-kun
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* Beginning with ''[[Franchise/AlienVsPredator Predator vs. Aliens]],'' the two extraterrestrials have done battle (either one-on-one or multiplayer deathmatch) with essentially every superhero ever created, no matter how illogical the match-up. Taken to ridiculous extremes in ''Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} vs. Aliens and Predator'' and ''Comicbook/{{Archie}} vs. Predator'' (which is actually an interesting read). Perhaps the most famous of these stories was ''Comicbook/WildCATs/Aliens'' which actually had an impact on the former's continuity and saw the deaths of several members of ''Stormwatch'' to allow Creator/WarrenEllis to clear the decks to create ''Comicbook/TheAuthority''.

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* Beginning with ''[[Franchise/AlienVsPredator Predator vs. Aliens]],'' the two extraterrestrials have done battle (either one-on-one or multiplayer deathmatch) with essentially every superhero ever created, no matter how illogical the match-up. Taken to ridiculous extremes in ''Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} vs. Aliens and Predator'' and ''Comicbook/{{Archie}} ''ComicBook/{{Archie|Comics}} vs. Predator'' (which is actually an interesting read). Perhaps the most famous of these stories was ''Comicbook/WildCATs/Aliens'' which actually had an impact on the former's continuity and saw the deaths of several members of ''Stormwatch'' to allow Creator/WarrenEllis to clear the decks to create ''Comicbook/TheAuthority''.
31st Mar '18 10:47:02 PM Onlythrice
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** Mystery Incorporated also makes an appearance in the ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' Season 13 episode "Scoobynatural" when Sam & Dean get sucked into a cursed TV.

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** Mystery Incorporated also makes an appearance in the ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' Season 13 episode "Scoobynatural" when Sam & Dean Sam, Dean, and Castiel get sucked into a cursed TV.
31st Mar '18 10:30:54 PM Onlythrice
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** Mystery Incorporated also makes an appearance in the ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' Season 13 episode "Scoobynatural" when Sam & Dean get sucked into a cursed TV.
26th Mar '18 3:29:01 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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*** Actually, they '''do''' exist in the same universe, as a CIA agent is shown listening to one-hit wonder''Drive Shaft'', "You All Everybody", on his workstation. Ergo, Charlie Pace (played by Dominic Monaghan) is part of the Aliasverse, meaning LOST is part of it as well.

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*** Actually, they '''do''' exist in the same universe, as a CIA agent is shown listening to one-hit wonder''Drive wonder ''Drive Shaft'', "You All Everybody", on his workstation. Ergo, Charlie Pace (played by Dominic Monaghan) is part of the Aliasverse, meaning LOST is part of it as well.
26th Mar '18 2:29:29 PM mewmdude77
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* ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' series by Creator/AlanMoore runs off this principle -- that all of fiction exists. So you get [[Literature/KingSolomonsMines Allan Quatermain]] teaming up with [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea Captain Nemo]], [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Mina Murray]], [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde]], and [[Literature/TheInvisibleMan Dr. Hawley Griffin]]. Then you get characters like Mycroft and Franchise/SherlockHolmes, Professor Moriarty, Literature/JamesBond, Edward Prendrick of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'', the Martians from ''Literature/TheWarOfTheWorlds'', Literature/AliceInWonderland, Film/MaryPoppins, an unnamed Dr. Literature/FuManchu, and the litany of late-19th century to mid-20th century fiction showing up. There are books out that detail all of the references Moore crams in there. To put the above in perspective... One of the reference books for the first of the League comics has around three pages detailing ''one panel'' of all the things referenced in a museum.

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* ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' series by Creator/AlanMoore runs off this principle -- that all of fiction exists. So you get [[Literature/KingSolomonsMines Allan Quatermain]] teaming up with [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea Captain Nemo]], [[Literature/{{Dracula}} Mina Murray]], [[Literature/TheStrangeCaseOfDrJekyllAndMrHyde Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde]], and [[Literature/TheInvisibleMan Dr. Hawley Griffin]]. Then you get characters like Mycroft and Franchise/SherlockHolmes, Professor Moriarty, Literature/JamesBond, Edward Prendrick of ''Literature/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'', the Martians from ''Literature/TheWarOfTheWorlds'', Literature/AliceInWonderland, Film/MaryPoppins, Literature/HarryPotter, an unnamed Dr. Literature/FuManchu, and the litany of late-19th century to mid-20th century fiction showing up. There are books out that detail all of the references Moore crams in there. To put the above in perspective... One of the reference books for the first of the League comics has around three pages detailing ''one panel'' of all the things referenced in a museum.
22nd Mar '18 9:37:44 PM nombretomado
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** In one LV episode, Mary made a reference to booking a conference room for [[TheOffice Dunder-Mifflin]], and ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' and the 2008 ''Series/KnightRider'' series have both made references. Linderman being involved would certainly explain the Montecito's high owner turnover rate. Don't combine it with the ''Series/{{Lost}}'' bit above, though, or your head might explode.

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** In one LV episode, Mary made a reference to booking a conference room for [[TheOffice [[Series/TheOfficeUS Dunder-Mifflin]], and ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' and the 2008 ''Series/KnightRider'' series have both made references. Linderman being involved would certainly explain the Montecito's high owner turnover rate. Don't combine it with the ''Series/{{Lost}}'' bit above, though, or your head might explode.
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