'''The Verse''' is usually referred to with a show or [[SeriesFranchise franchise]] identifier (such as "Franchise/{{Buffyverse}}", "Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}", "Franchise/PotterVerse", etc.). It is a crafted combination of setting-elements that define the rules for how the world works and sometimes provides for sharing of characters and {{continuity}} across more than one series. A SharedUniverse refers to a fictional universe with multiple authors.

In terms of how things work within the universe, the Franchise/{{Buffyverse}} for example is set up by MutantEnemy in such a way that OurVampiresAreDifferent in a (fairly) uniform fashion, and certain characters can move back and forth between shows and refer to events on the other show as if they are in the same world. Such things are often defined in the UniverseBible, the one true repository of {{canon}}. These bibles may be condensed to a UniverseCompendium, or published as a UniverseConcordance. Some universes, [[SharedUniverse the shared variety]] especially, have a pretty strict and orderly {{Canon}}. Others, especially those with many authors, spread across different media and over a long period of time, go all over the place. Most of them reside somewhere in-between.

Many [='verses=] have a thriving life in ExpandedUniverse form and spawn {{Tie In Novel}}s, [[TheMovie movies]], comics and {{fanfic}}. However, these [[{{Spinoff}} spin-offs]] may or may not count as {{Canon}}.

It is interesting to note that ''Brave New Words: The Oxford Dictionary of Science Fiction'' credits OrsonScottCard as the inventor of this term. He, however, says someone simply put the word ''Enderverse'' on a book jacket, and Card was credited for it. "The thing is, I hate that word. I didn't coin that word. And yet because it's on the title of a book of mine, my name is attached as if I made it up." It is more likely then that the Trope Namer is ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' (See below for details).

One notable thing about the creation of CrossOver [=verses=] is that it is usually easy to link two or more works which contain no SpeculativeFiction elements or [[AlternateHistory major departures from actual history,]] but doing so with Speculative Fiction works can be difficult because the settings are more likely to contradict each other. For instance, the characters from two [[DomCom Dom Coms,]] or two [[{{Western}} Westerns]], or even a DomCom and an action drama can typically all bump into each other with no logical problem. But to declare that, say, ''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Series/BabylonFive'' exist in the same world is very awkward because both have detailed future histories, catalogs of nearby alien races, and rules about physical laws which bear little to no resemblance to each other. This can be a [[ContinuitySnarl headache]] for s.f. franchises (Hi, [[DCComics DC!)]] who try to merge unrelated verses together into a single whole.

Quite often confused with SharedUniverse. A Shared Universe refers to a fictional universe written by more than just one or two ''real-world creators or authors''. Also not to be confused with ExpandedUniverse which refers to a kind of secondary canon to the main {{Canon}}, in other media. See also the closely related term {{Canon}}. See also CanonWelding and AlternateContinuity.

This page concerns the concept behind a ''single'' universe, where many franchises (or individual facets of one franchise) exist in the '''same''' reality. For a multitude of universes, realities and [[AlternateTimeline timelines]]; see TheMultiverse.
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[[index]]
* WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes
* Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender
* Franchise/BattleTechExpandedUniverse
* Franchise/TheBourneSeries
* Franchise/BuffyVerse
* {{Franchise/Buildingverse}}
* Literature/{{Chrestomanci}}
* Franchise/TheCosmere
* Franchise/CSIVerse or the JerryBruckheimer Verse- home to ''Series/{{CSI}}'', ''{{CSINY}}'', ''CSIMiami'', ''Series/ColdCase'', and ''Series/WithoutATrace''.
* CthulhuMythos
* Franchise/{{DCAU}}
* Franchise/DCCinematicUniverse
* Franchise/TheDCU: The Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}} ComicBook continuities belong in this. The [[Franchise/{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] has its basis in this continuity while TangentComics and WildStormUniverse comic book universes had connections to it. Following the most recent reboot of The DCU, WildStorm's continuity has gotten subsumed into it. More recent movies exist under the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies label, but with the exception of the two ''Superman/Batman'' films, they don't share continuity.
* Franchise/{{DCLAU}}: The Disney Channel Live Action Universe.
* Franchise/DisneyChannelAnimatedUniverse
* ComicBook/DisneyMiceAndDucksComics: This is a ModularFranchise and SharedUniverse consisting of:
** The ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse
** The ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse
* Literature/{{Dragaera}}, the world on which Steven Brust sets the majority of his novels. The ''Khaavren'' series takes place over about a thousand years, with the ''Taltos'' series some 400 years after that. The placement of ''Brokedown Palace'' in the timeline is uncertain; unlike the two others, it takes place outside the Empire.
* Franchise/TheFearMythos
* FinalDestinationExpandedUniverse
* ''TabletopGame/FreedomCity'': "The World of Freedom," the default setting for the MutantsAndMasterminds [[TabletopGames role-playing game]].
** ''Roleplay/FreedomCityPlayByPost'': The largest and most active Freedom City game on the Internet.
* Franchise/{{Halo}}
* {{Leijiverse}}: Shows and mangas created by LeijiMatsumoto, such as GalaxyExpress999, CaptainHarlock, and SpaceCruiserYamato. Matsumoto is known for ''not caring'' about continuity. The rule of thumb is that every time a character appears, somewhere in the Leijiverse, another part of the story is being invalidated...
* Franchise/{{Mai Hi ME}}
* Franchise/MarvelUniverse
** ComicBook/UltimateMarvel
** [[MarvelComics2 MC2]]
** Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse
** ComicBook/TheNewUniverse
** ComicBook/TheUltraverse (after Marvel bought Malibu Comics)
** It's worth noting that for about thirty years, the Franchise/MarvelUniverse included the entirety of the Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian verse. While many other established, licensed verses have been peripherally tied to the MU (the worlds of TheElricSaga, Series/DoctorWho, and the Franchise/{{Transformers}} have all been shown to be part of the larger Marvel Multiverse), only Conan was integrated quite so solidly into Marvel Earth's history, with ties to the Serpent Crown, the evil wizard Kulan Gath, [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor's Atlantis,]] etc. Marvel no longer owns the comic book rights to Conan, and can [[WritingAroundTrademarks no longer directly mention that section of Marvel Earth's history.]]
* MetabaronsUniverse
* Franchise/MyLittlePonyGeneration4
* Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}, the 'Verse of Kinoko Nasu, including ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight, {{Tsukihime}}, Literature/KaraNoKyoukai,'' their sequels, spinoffs and some other writings. Notable because it is a unified universe, but contains only the tiniest of crossovers between the main lines. Also a massive headache in terms of {{canon}}, since while the several main franchises share a common universe, the main works are multipath games that are inherently {{Alternate Universe}}s... or something.
* NickVerse: The {{Nickelodeon}} equivalent to the {{DCLAU}}. The basic NickVerse is comprised of DrakeAndJosh, {{Zoey101}}, Series/ICarly and. {{Victorious}}. The extended NickVerse also includes ''Series/BigTimeRush'' and Series/TheNakedBrothersBand and ''every actor who played a role on any of those shows'' as well as the cast of ''Series/AllThat'' due to a ThrowItIn attitude to continuity which means CelebrityParadox is averted and all the characters who look like the stars are considered separate people.
* Franchise/NoonUniverse
* {{Overside}}
* PhileVerse
* Franchise/PotterVerse
* Franchise/PowerRangers [[note]]Makes an occasional ShoutOut to Dagobah and Gallifrey, suggesting some crossover or possibly a shared setting with the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse and the Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}. Also, RPM and possibly Jungle Fury take place in an alternate dimension.[[/note]]
* Literature/{{Shannara}}
* Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos
* The ''Literature/SporeWikiFictionUniverse'', a SharedUniverse that developed on the ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' wiki.
* Franchise/StargateVerse
* Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse. Often referred to as the Galaxy Far, Far Away, or the GFFA for short. This was referenced in the ExpandedUniverse when a new government was named the '''G'''alactic '''F'''ederation of '''F'''ree '''A'''lliances (eventually the Galactic Alliance).
* TheStrangerverse
* SuperSentai: Confirmed with ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' that all of the first 36 have taken place in the same dimension. Or maybe that the Gokaiger's universe is simply the others from Goranger to Goseiger as well as Go-Busters combined with another story in it. One or the other.
* Literature/The15Blades
* Literature/TerranConfederacy
* Franchise/TolkiensLegendarium: Creator/JRRTolkien's Arda/Middle-earth: ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', ''Literature/TheHobbit'', and ''Literature/TheSilmarillion''. (Aaand all further material Christopher Tolkien saw fit to publish: e.g. in the ''Literature/{{Unfinished Tales|of Numenor and Middleearth}}'' and the whole, twelve tome ''Literature/HistoryOfMiddleEarth''.) One of the best realized and most extensive Verses in history.
* [[Franchise/DragonAge Thedas]]
* Literature/TortallUniverse
* Franchise/TransformersAlignedUniverse
* Franchise/TrekVerse (canon)
** The Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse is not a single coherent 'verse, but does contain some within it, such as the
** Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse (a large subset of the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse with generally consistent continuity)
* ComicBook/TheUltraverse
* Franchise/TheViewAskewniverse
* WalkyVerse
* The Franchise/WarcraftExpandedUniverse
* The Literature/WhateleyUniverse, which now has something like 16 Canon authors writing over 20 different main characters, as well as a slew of fanfic authors (who are collected on the same site).
* Franchise/{{The Witcher}}verse
* Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}, a sprawling continuity inhabited by ''Series/DoctorWho'' and its spinoffs. Known for being [[TimeyWimeyBall wildly internally inconsistent]]; fortunately, no one much cares.
* Franchise/WingCommander was built up during TheNineties by not only the games, but the [[Literature/WingCommander novels]], [[WesternAnimation/WingCommanderAcademy cartoon]], and [[Film/WingCommander movie]], all of which are in one single continuity.
* S.A. Swann's ''Terran Confederacy'' verse contains the ''Literature/MoreauSeries'', the ''Literature/HostileTakeoverSwann'' series, and the ''Apotheosis'' Trilogy. 2-3 centuries pass between series.
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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* The universe centered on the Creator/{{CLAMP}} school. And, in a larger sense, the entire ''CLAMP'' multiverse (as shown in ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'').
* The Tenchiverse -- home to the ''TenchiMuyo'' OVA series, ''TenchiMuyoGXP'', ''IsekaiNoSeikishiMonogatari'' and, reportedly, ''ParallelTroubleAdventureDual''.
* "Turn A Space" as a way of uniting all ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' series preceding ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'' into one continuity. Named after ''Anime/TurnAGundam'', which attempted to do this as a last hurrah for the franchise.
** The name comes from the supposed original concept of ''Anime/TurnAGundam'', wherein creator YoshiyukiTomino intended to unite '''every''' anime he had created into a single universe; this is often used in lieu of the original nickname "Turn A Bang" (since ''Turn A'' was part of the "Gundam Big Bang Project" of 1999).
** The "Turn A" in the title describes an inverted "A", the mathematical symbol meaning "For all", used in equations describing statements that apply to every member of a set.
* The ''PrettyCure'' multiverse.
* Oddly enough, the brightly coloured, HotBlood-filled SuperRobot series ''GaoGaiGar'' and its sequels are said to take place in the same world as the twisted RealRobot/horror hybrid series ''{{Betterman}}''.
* The Blameverse of CyberPunk / BodyHorror manga master Creator/TsutomuNihei. So far consisting of, in rough chronological order:
** ''Noise''
** ''{{Blame}}!''
** ''Blame^2''
** ''Netsphere Engineer''
** When his later manga ''{{Biomega}}'' came out, it was widely believed to be an even earlier prequel, due to various similarities, including an organization known as Toha Heavy Industries appearing in both, but according to WordOfGod, ''Biomega'' has its own continuity.
* The [[KenAkamatsu Akamatsuverse]] (aka the [[{{Negima}} Negiverse]]), which seems to encompass ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', ''Manga/LoveHina'', ''ItsudatteMySanta'', ''HitoNatsuNoKidsGame'', ''Manga/AILoveYou'', and Negima's sequel series ''UQHolder''. Also ''Anime/MaoChan'', which cast was once visiting the Hinata Inn (from ''Manga/LoveHina''), where they (most probably) met Naru.
* Several works of Creator/ShirowMasamune seem to take place all in the same universe, at different points of time. ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' is set in the 2030s (depending on the adaptation), ''Anime/RealDrive'' in 2061, and ''Manga/{{Appleseed}}'' about 100 years later. While no direct connections are made, ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'', ''Appleseed'' and ''Ghost in the Shell'' all feature the small arms manufacturer Seburo, which is usually the brand of choice for the main characters. The TV adaptation of Ghost in the Shell has even further ties to Appleseed, with references to The American Empire/Imperial Americana, Poseidon Industries and Bioroids. ''Real Drive'' not only features prosthetic bodies, Operator androids, and cyberbrains from ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'', but delves a bit deeper towards the benefits and problems to having or not having a Cyberbrain and being connected to the net in a society that depends on it. It also mentions a technological advancement of [[spoiler:The Japanese Miracle radiation scrubber technology that Gohda invented]].
* The Naritaverse, for lack of a better term, entails the four light novels ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'', ''{{Vamp}}'', ''LightNovel/EtsusaBridge'', and ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', written by Ryougo Narita. There is only some overlapping here and there, though, and never enough to change plot lines.
* KeyVisualArts's Season verse of VisualNovel/{{Kanon}}, VisualNovel/{{Air}}, and VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}.
* Manta Aisora's verse, consisting of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'', ''Miyamasanchi no Berutein'' and ''Valkyrie Works''. Confirmation comes thanks to [[TheCameo cameos]] both blatant and subtle (a radio show in ''Miyamasanchi no Berutein'' gets a write-in request from "Crawling Chaos", which is obviously meant to be Nyarko).
* ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' and ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' are often referred to as the "Raildex" verse. With the addition of ''Manga/ACertainScientificAccelerator'', there's some discussion about expanding the name, but no one can really agree on anything that doesn't sound ridiculous. The Japanese version is usually "To Aru" ("A Certain"), which is more inclusive.

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[[folder:Comics]]
* ImageComics originally tried doing that. The first few issues of their early titles had {{Continuity Nod}}s to other titles, and there were a few outright crossovers. But as time went on, every Image partner focused on their own titles, creating de-facto sub-universes that had less and less to do with each other. Marc Silvestri's and Jim Lee's titles maintained their connections longer then others, but eventually, even that feel by the wayside.In 1997, Wildstorm Universe, Top Cow Universe and Rob Lielfeld's Extreme Universe were written out of Image Universe via what can be best described as Reverse-CrisisOnInfiniteEarths in the ''Shattered Image'' mini-series (not to be confused with the more tongue-in-cheek ''Splitting Image'' mini-series). Since then, there have been a number of Image crossovers, but each creator was free to decide just how much that counts in their continuity.
* The Kirkmanverse contains of ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'', Invincible Presents: Atom Eve and Rex Splode, Astounding Wolf-Man, The Pact, Guarding the Globe, Brit, Capes, Tech-Jacket, Haunt, Superpatriot: America's Fighting Force, and Superpatriot: War On Terror. Pretty big for a fictional universe written by one guy.
* The Motterverse: Consists of Mr. X, Electropolis and Terminal City, all created by Dean Motter.
* Corey Lewis's one-shot graphic novel {{PENG}} takes place in the same universe as Lewis's graphic novel series {{Sharknife}}. Rocky Hallelujah, the main character of PENG, is the younger brother of Sharknife's protagonist Caesar Hallelujah. Additionally, ScottPilgrim makes a one-page cameo in PENG, so if you really want to, you could consider that series as part of the same universe as well.
* The Dreddverse consists of ''JudgeDredd'' and its various {{spinoff}}s, primarily ''Judge Anderson, Low Life, Armitage, Shimura,'' and ''The Blood of Satanus''. ''StrontiumDog'' was shoved in sideways in "Top Dog" and "Judgement Day". Nobody's sure whether the Millsverse is part of it. ''Harlem Heroes'' is also part of the Dreddverse, at least in BroadStrokes, since Judge Giant is the grandson of Aeroball star John "Giant" Clay.
* The Millsverse consists of everything PatMills wrote in British comics, including such strips as ''ComicBook/ABCWarriors, ComicBook/NemesisTheWarlock, Invasion!, Savage,'' and ''Flesh''. The Dreddverse may be a subset, DependingOnTheWriter.
* Chimaera Studios' superhero comics always took place in a shared universe, but it wasn't obvious aside from a few cameos/references until Chimaera Studios released its first team book, ''Consortium of Justice'' and used to connect a few other titles.
* Arguably, [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse the Scrooge McDuck comics]] (and, by extension, the shows '' WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'') are in their own universe, with shared elements and even a few crossover characters. At one point they even tried a crossover with the then entire DisneyAfternoon cartoon series then extant.
* {{Fables}} is a surprisingly very large and expanded universe not created by a major company. It includes the main series Fables, Peter and Max: A Fables Novel, Jack of Fables, The Literals, Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall, Fables: The Last Castle, Cinderella: Fables are Forever, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love, Fairest, and a TelltaleGames series that is confirmed to be canon.
* The DCUniverse and MarvelUniverse are two of the most widely recognized universes in comics.
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[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* The [[http://www.fanfiction.net/community/Order_of_the_Gray_Demons/52643/ Order of the Gray Demons]], centered on ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Mobile Suit]] GundamSeed'' FanFic ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/2510565/1/Birds_of_a_Feather Birds of a Feather]]'' by [[http://www.fanfiction.net/u/380886/Solid_Shark Solid Shark]]. Somewhat notable amongst FanFic 'verses for having multiple authors and contradictory accounts.
* As mentioned in Comics, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', having inherited the ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse. Arguments have been made for including ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' as well; ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'' although Dale did mention watching cartoons featuring a big dumb duck and there was one alternate universe that 'borrowed' Darkwing's adventures--and then turned to steal the Rangers'.
* The Fanfic/OneiroiSeries and its various branching realities.
* The [[Fanfic/DumbledoresArmyAndTheYearOfDarkness DAYDverse]] based on an alternate-POV telling of ''[[Franchise/HarryPotter Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows]]''.
* All of the ''Series/DoctorWho'' fics on Webcomic/RichsComixBlog, including ''Webcomic/The10Doctors'', are all self-contained within their own universe. This fan-verse [[AuthorAppeal also includes]] ''Series/ForeverKnight'' and ''{{Jem}}'' via crossovers.
* There is the ''{{Franchise/Buildingverse}}'' shared mainly by the MegaCrossover [[FanFic fan]][[{{Webcomic}} comic]] ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' and its largest and most popular SpinOff ''Webcomic/GirlsNextDoor'' by two separate authors (some canon differences suggest AlternateContinuity though), which also seem to encompass by the definition of most fans (and ApprovalOfGod) the whole ExpandedUniverse around them consisting of other {{Spin Off}}s like ''Webcomic/DownTheStreet'' and [[http://roomatesfans.deviantart.com/ many more]].
* FanFic/RainbowDoubleDashsLunaverse is a SharedUniverse of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fics set in an AlternateUniverse where Celestia, rather than Luna, went crazy and had to be [[SealedEvilInACan sealed away]], and the Elements of Harmony end up going to six minor and background characters.
** And coming from one of the authors of the Lunaverse is TheCadanceverse, another SharedUniverse, where ''both'' Celestia and Luna went insane and had to be sealed by Cadance, and the Elements of Harmony end up going to five minor and background characters [[AndZoidberg and Fluttershy]][[note]]Although she isn't assigned the Element she has in the Maneverse (canon universe)[[/note]].
* Trinary's [[FanFic/RainboomsAndRoyalty Dashverse]] is likewise a series [=MLP:FiM=] stories set in a universe where instead of Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash became Celestia's student.
* FanFic/SchoolDaze is in the same universe as ''Choices'', ''The Three Whooves'', ''A Nightmare in Ponyville'', and ''Doctor Whooves and the House of Daring''.
* Ponky's [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/33907/the-sisters-doo The Sisters Doo]] is in the same universe as [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/57796/through-the-lookingglass-and-what-pinkie-found-there Through The Looking Glass, And What Pinkie Found There]]. Also, come 2015, he's going to add a TSD sequel to that verse, as well as a story starring Dinky.
* The Blog/ReadingRainbowverse is a series of independently maintained blogs set in the same verse as Blog/RainbowDashReadsHomestuck. There is a very strong sense of continuity and interaction, with all the blogs commenting on each other's shenanigans. It even deals with Tumblr as a whole by referring to it as the multiverse, interacting with out of verse blogs as though they were alien visitors....
* In ''Fanfic/{{The Elements of Harmony and the Savior of Worlds}}'', events in the original MyLittlePony cartoon happened in the ancient past of ''Friendship is Magic''. It also shares the same universe as the other 80s Hasbro cartoons: ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons'', called the Hasbroverse. It also includes Franchise/DoctorWho.
* ''Fanfic/LifeInManehattan'' is, like the Lunaverse and the Cadanceverse above, a SharedUniverse of MLP fics set in an AlternateUniverse, one where the events of the pilot episodes took place in Manehattan rather than Ponyville. As such, Twilight instead ends up befriending and having adventures with several secondary, minor, and background characters.
* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/1645311/Eduard-Kassel Eduard Kassel]] has taken a different approach to this trope, by stating that all of his stories are set, not in the same universe, but in the same ''multiverse''. They're usually tied loosely together by cameos from or mentions of common elements -- such as [[BigGood the Stranger]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse the Endless Council]], and the threat of [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Omega]] -- but even those that don't have those are still stated by WordOfGod to be in the same multiverse as the others.
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[[folder:Film]]
* The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse (MCU) is expanding into one of the all-time biggest media franchises with over 14 films, a [=TV=] show, several web mini-series', loads of tie-in material and {{Merch}} like nobody's business since 2008's ''Film/IronMan''. Films includes ''Film/IronMan2'' and ''[[Film/IronMan3 3]]'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/{{Thor}}'', ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'', ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'', ''FIlm/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'', ''Film/TheAvengers'' plus the sequel ''[[Film/TheAvengersAgeOfUltron Age of Ultron]]'', ''Film/AntMan'', the ''Film/MarvelOneShots'', and the television series ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''. More on this as it develops.
* The ''Film/XMen'' films have went beyond just having Professor X and Co. save the day to {{Wolverine}} getting his own set of movies along with {{SelfDemonstrating/Deadpool}} and the ComicBook/XForce getting potential {{Spin-Off}}s.
* All of Creator/QuentinTarantino's films take place in the same universe.
** Vincent Vega and Mr. Blonde (Vic Vega) from ''Film/PulpFiction'' and ''Film/ReservoirDogs'' are supposed to be brothers.
** Big Kahuna Burger a fictional fast food chain has been seen in ''Film/PulpFiction'' and ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn''. Apple Cigarettes has also apeared in many of his films such as the ''Film/KillBill'' series.
** This may also include his 2007 ''Film/{{Grindhouse}}'' short film ''Film/DeathProof''.
* The ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast and the Furious]]'' movies and the crime-thriller ''Film/BetterLuckTomorrow'' may share a universe as BadassNormal Han (Sung Kang) appears in both franchises.
* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'', ''Franchise/{{Predator}}'', and ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' according to Fox are all in the same universe. This includes all the movies, comics, books, and video games. Except for ''{{Film/Prometheus}}''. Creator/RidleyScott deliberately ignored the events of the ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' films because [[WriterRevolt he hated them so much]].
** It's also worth noting that ''Predator'' and ''Alien'' were never meant to be in the same universe, AlienVsPredator was mainly created as a cash-in on two popular franchises.
** But it's worth mentioning that the whole idea of fusing these two franchises was born due to the ending of ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'' , where you could see the Predator's [[TrophyRoom wall of fame]] on their ship, with various skulls, including a xenomorph's.
* TheViewAskewniverse consists of everything KevinSmith made that featured [[ThoseTwoGuys Jay and Silent Bob]]. It includes ''Film/{{Clerks}}'', ''Film/ClerksII'', ''Film/MallRats'', ''Film/ChasingAmy'', ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', and ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''.
* [[WordOfGod According to]] [[TheDitz Michael Bay]], it's implied that the [[Film/FridayThe13th2009 2009]] [[ContinuityReboot reboot]] of ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' and the 2007 ''[[Film/TransFormers Transformers]]'' movie (and thus the ''TransformersFilmSeries'' altogther), all of which [[Creator/MichaelBay he]] produced, are actually set in the same universe since JerkJock Trent [=DeMarco=], a character played by actor Travis Van Winkle, makes a CharacterOverlap in both films. It is unknown if other Platinum Dunes [[TheRemake Remake]] productions such as ''[[Film/ANightmareOnElmStreet2010 A Nightmare On Elm Street]]'' (2010), ''[[Film/TheTexasChainsawMassacre2003 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre]]'' (2003), or the ''[[Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' reboot are included as well.
* ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Franchise/FridayThe13th'', and ''Franchise/EvilDead'' have been in one universe starting with ''Film/FreddyVsJason''.
* The Shermer movies of Creator/JohnHughes all share a common universe (the "Shermerverse"). In a 1999 ''Premiere'' [[http://home.comcast.net/~aimsters4/bclub.html article]], Hughes himself declared that ''Film/SixteenCandles'', ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'', ''Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff'', and ''Film/PlanesTrainsAndAutomobiles'' coexist with each other. Sadly, the crossover possibilities were never explored in film.
-->'''[[WordOfGod John Hughes]]:''' When I started making movies, I thought I would just invent a town where everything happened. Everybody, in all of my movies, is from Shermer, Illinois. Del Griffith from ''Planes, Trains & Automobiles'' lives two doors down from John Bender. Ferris Bueller knew Samantha Baker from ''Film/SixteenCandles''. For 15 years I've written my Shermer stories in prose, [[AllThereInTheManual collecting its history]].
** It's long been speculated that ''Film/PrettyInPink'', ''Film/SomeKindOfWonderful'', and ''Film/HomeAlone'' also take place in the Shermerverse, since those movies were written (but not directed) by Hughes and feature similar themes.
** ''Film/WeirdScience'' explicitly takes place in Shermer (Lisa is seen teaching the Shermer High gym class at the end), though it has its own SpeculativeFiction internal logic that is inconsistent with the other canon Shermerverse movies. Hughes' 1988 movie ''She's Having A Baby'' does NOT take place in the Shermerverse, since Neal Page's wife is seen watching that movie on television in ''Film/PlanesTrainsAndAutomobiles''.
* Most, if not all of the Farrelly Brothers' films are implied to take place in a universe where a lot of their main characters live around or originate from Providence, Rhode Island; the brothers' hometown, mainly because ''[[Main/DumbAndDumber Dumb and Dumber's]]'' Sea Bass Character Overlaps in ''Film/MeMyselfAndIrene''. This may or may not include ''Film/OsmosisJones''.
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* The {{Enderverse}} is the TropeNamer, [[CreatorBacklash although technically the creator wishes it never was]] (see the summary of the trope above), which includes ''EndersGame'', the ''SpeakerForTheDead'' trilogy, the ''EndersShadow'' side series, and ''EnderInExile'', as well as a number of short stories and comics. It is [[TropeCodifier far from]] [[UrExample the first example]], however.
* ''Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'', which is more like a multi-media set of [[AlternateContinuity alternate continuities]]. This is lampshaded in ''Literature/MostlyHarmless'', which explains away all the different continuities by talking about how the universe is just one path through 'The Whole Sort of General Mish Mash', constantly changing position. A similar solution was used by ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' in ''Thief of Time''.
* The Duniverse, setting of ''{{Dune}}'' and its sequels.
* Robert A. Heinlein had ''The Future History,'' a chronology spanning from the 1950s to many centuries into the future. It was written from 1939 to 1987, meaning parts of it were AlternateHistory by the end. It turned into a multiverse (The World As Myth 'Verse) near the end, with a set of crossovers that brought some of his non-Future History stories into The Verse. (Not to mention crossovers with the [[Literature/LandOfOz Oz series]], ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'', and ''all fiction ever written''. It got weird.)
* Creator/StephenKing's 'Verse, which spins around ''Franchise/TheDarkTower.'' Almost every novel he has ever written makes some small mention to at least one of his others. He is even a part of his own 'Verse, referred to, for example, as "That fella up in Bangor who [[TakeThatMe can't write a sentence without the F-word]]." This is lampshaded in ''{{Misery}}'', in which [[AuthorAvatar writer Paul Sheldon]] has trouble starting a new book without his concordance.
* The Creator/PGWodehouse verse in which the gentlemen of the Literature/JeevesAndWooster, Literature/BlandingsCastle and Literature/{{Psmith}} series know each other, often through the Drones Club. Specific links include ''Leave It to Psmith'', in which Psmith and Freddie Threepwood team up for a ZanyScheme at Blandings Castle; and ''The Code of the Woosters'', in which Bertie Wooster mentions Freddie as one of his acquaintences.
* Creator/LarryNiven is noted for two popular settings in particular, ''Literature/KnownSpace'', and ''Literature/TheMagicGoesAway''. His penchant for co-authors means that many angles on these settings have been written.
* Niven and co-author Steven Barnes have created at least one distinct Verse together, that of Cowles Industries' Dream Park. ''The Descent of Anansi'' is set there, along with the [[Literature/DreamPark Dream Park novels]] and a role-playing game.
* [[Literature/TortallUniverse Tortall]], home to (so far) ''Song of the Lioness'', ''The Immortals'', ''Protector of the Small'', ''Daughter of the Lioness'', and ''Provost's Dog'' quartet/quartet/quartet/duology/trilogy.
** [[Literature/CircleOfMagic The Circle Universe]], home to ''Circle of Magic'', ''The Circle Opens'', and ''Will of the Empress'' quartet/quartet/book. Ole' [[TamoraPierce Tammy]] likes her quartets, she does.
** There's evidence in the first book of the first ''Circle Of Magic'' quartet that Tortall and The Circle Universe are connected--just a few hundred years apart from the events in each.
* [[{{Belgariad}} David Eddings]] has several:
** {{Belgariad}} Universe, home to ''The Belgariad'', ''The Malloreon'', ''Belgarath the Sorcerer'', and ''Polgara the Sorceress''.
** Elenium/Tamuli universe, home to (surprise, surprise) ''The Elenium'' and ''The Tamuli''.
** The Dreamers Universe, home to God-knows-what.
* Robert E. Howard's ''ConanTheBarbarian'' and ''King Kull'' series take place in the same 'verse, with Conan's Hyborian Age forming after the great cataclysm that destroyed Kull's Atlantis. Kull has a guest appearance in the Bran Mak Morn story "Kings of the Night," linking it to Howard's historical stories. In addition, his modern day Conrad and Kirowan horror stories are linked, as Thoth-Amon's Ring of Set makes an appearance in "The Haunter of the Ring." It's arguable that all of Howard's stories occupy the same 'verse.
* All of ChristopherMoore's novels take place within the same universe, with locations and characters (both major and minor) taking on new, often very different roles in other books. This reached a peak during ''You Suck'' (itself a sequel to ''Literature/BloodsuckingFiends''), where a scene from ''Literature/ADirtyJob'' was retold from a different point of view. This is also the first time where a crossover with one of Moore's earlier novels doesn't make sense unless you read the book in question.
* The Creator/StrugatskyBrothers' NoonUniverse.
* OlderThanTelevision: William Faulkner set most of his works in the fictional Yoknapatawpha County and often crossed over characters.
* Erich Maria Remarque did this; characters from ''Literature/AllQuietOnTheWesternFront'' appear or are referenced in his later works.
* BretEastonEllis's novels. The narrator of ''Literature/LessThanZero'' (Clay) appears in ''TheRulesOfAttraction'', and narrates one chapter. One of the narrators of ''The Rules of Attraction'' (Sean Bateman) appears in ''Literature/AmericanPsycho''. The narrator of ''Literature/AmericanPsycho'' (Patrick Bateman) appears in ''Literature/{{Glamorama}}'', whose narrator, Victor is a minor character in ''The Rules of Attraction''. Characters from ''Less Than Zero'', ''The Rules of Attraction'' and ''American Psycho'' also appear in the short story collection ''The Informers''.
* While the CthulhuMythos is generally defined as an ExpandedUniverse, the "mythos proper", the elements that HPL (usually set in LovecraftCountry) himself wrote about, constitute a [='verse=] within the universe. Other writers have their own 'cycles' within it. Lovecraft himself [[TheyJustDidntCare just didn't care]] about continuity or consistency. Lovecraft deliberately sought to invoke the feeling of ancient mythology with his mutually inconsistent explanations - if mythology from thousands of years ago is a mess open to a wide variety of interpretations, then how would mythology several ''billion'' years old develop?
* Jim Butcher's urban fantasy series of books, ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', is commonly referred to by fans as the Dresdenverse. So is the [[Series/TheDresdenFiles TV series of the same name]] (also referred to as "TV-verse"). Incorporating elements from both the books and the TV series in fanfic is referred to as "comboverse." It turned into an AscendedMeme in the tabletop RPG. Considering the BreakingTheFourthWall and LiteraryAgentHypothesis stuff going on with the RPG rulebooks, this means one of the characters is referring to ''his own universe'' that way, which the titular Harry Dresden finds really weird.
* Lois [=McMaster=] Bujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' is also referred to as the Vorkosiverse.
* Many of the fiction works of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Greeley Andrew Greeley]] -- including but possibly not limited to the ''Bishop Blackie, Nuala Anne [=McGrail=]'' and ''Angel'' books, plus ''The God Game'' -- appear to all take place in the same shared universe.
* [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asmiov's]] Robot/Empire/Foundation 'verse. Contains nearly everything he ever wrote. And everyone's lost count of how much he wrote.
* The various serial novels of LessThanThreeComics are all based in the <3-Verse.
* Several of Sinclair Lewis's novels take place in the fictional state of Winnemac (surrounded by Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana).
* The AlternateHistory ''Literature/SixteenThirtyTwo'' by Eric Flint is often referred to as the 1632-verse, or the Ring Of Fire-verse, to distinguish it from the author's other alternate history series (including the ''Literature/TrailOfGlory'' series).
* The ''HumanxCommonwealth'', Creator/AlanDeanFoster's best known SpaceOpera setting and home to the Flinx and Pip series of novels.
* [[{{Neuromancer}} The Sprawl]] in WilliamGibson's [[SprawlTrilogy first trilogy]] ([[WildMassGuessing and possibly his second as well]]) plus two short stories.
* Much of James Alan Gardner's writing takes place in ''Literature/TheLeagueOfPeoplesVerse''.
* UrsulaKLeGuin's Earthsea: The Literature/EarthseaTrilogy (''A Wizard of Earthsea'', ''The Tombs of Atuan'' and ''The Farthest Shore''), as well as ''Tehanu'', ''The Other Wind'', ''Tales from Earthsea'' and the short stories which introduced Earthsea, ''The Rule of Names'' and ''The Word of Unbinding''.
* [[UrsulaKLeGuin Ms. Le Guin]] also created the Hainish Universe, aka the Ekumen. Among the more well-known are ''The Dispossessed'', ''TheLeftHandOfDarkness'' and ''The Word for World is Forest'', though there are many others. A few works, such as ''The Eye of the Heron'' [[ShrugOfGod may or may not be set in the Hainish Universe]].
* All of Creator/BrandonSanderson's adult fantasy, save the three [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Wheel of Time]] books he's published on behalf of the [[AuthorExistenceFailure deceased]] Robert Jordan, take place on different worlds in the same universe, known as the Cosmere. This is not made clear in the books themselves (although several contain hints) but is information provided by WordOfGod.
* DanielHandler has said he intends to write more books about the ASOUE universe, not about the Baudelaires.
* David Mitchell's books are noted for their interconnectivity. This is true within single stories (the wondering soul in one of ''{{Ghostwritten}}'''s narratives, whose travels take it full-circle); within single novels (''Ghostwritten'' and ''Literature/CloudAtlas'' which are both made up of several independent but connected stories), and between novels (and other works). For example, a character from the Frobisher narrative in ''Cloud Atlas'' features prominently in ''Black Swan Green''. A minor character from Marco's narrative in ''Ghostwritten'' starts his story by waking up to a woman whose birthmark marks her as an iteration of the 'soul' that links all of the narratives in ''Cloud Atlas''. The list goes on and on. Even in Mitchell's latest book, ''Literature/TheThousandAutumnsOfJacobDeZoet'', which was seen as a departure from his previous meta/post-modernist fiction into fairly 'straight' historical drama, there is at least one very subtle connection to his earlier book ''Number9Dream'': the minor character Satsuki Miyake comes from Yakushima, hinting that she is the ancestor of Eiji Miyake, protagonist of the earlier work, who also hails from the tiny island. Insofar as Mitchell is writing about the 'real world', past or contemporary, this Verse is quite close to our own. However, Mitchell is also notable for writing science fiction elements into his books. If, as seems to be the case, all Mitchell's works are taking place in the same Verse, we are left to try and reconcile the end of ''Ghostwritten'' (which implies [[spoiler: the self-aware super-computer created by the nice Irish scientist has decided to annihilate mankind]]) with the future-set episodes of ''Cloud Atlas'' (in the first instance [[spoiler: a [[SoylentGreen Soylent-Green]]-referencing consumerist dystopia; in the second instance a far-future-set 'last days of humanity']]). The possibilities are fascinating...
* ''Literature/WarriorCats'': The main series is fairly straightforward, but the ExpandedUniverse books are made up of several "sagas" that cover completely different parts of the world with a handful of intersecting characters.
* A good portion of John Buchan's books (including ''Literature/TheThirtyNineSteps'') are set in the same continuity, and many of his series shared supporting characters.
* Creator/RickRiordan, the writer of ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'', ''Literature/TheKaneChronicles'' and ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'', has each of them set in the same universe. While one is a sequel to the first, ''The Kane Chronicles'''s Egyptian gods contrast with Percy's Greek gods. Also, in a short story, the main characters from both series met and fought Egyptian/Greek baddies together.
* Deltora, the setting of the three Literature/DeltoraQuest series, and various spinoffs such as ''The Deltora Book of Monsters''.
* The setting of Creator/DavidWeber's Literature/HonorHarrington series and its various spinoffs is commonly referred to as the Honorverse.
* All (Colin) Bateman's books take place in the same universe. Dan Starkey, the AntiHero of one particular series has been mentioned in the Mystery Man series and makes an appearance in the once-off novel ''I Predict a Riot''.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ABC Soaps ''Series/AllMyChildren'', ''Series/OneLifeToLive'', and ''Series/GeneralHospital'', as well as the cancelled ''Series/PortCharles'', have one universe complete with [[CanonImmigrant canon immigrants]] and {{crossover}} storylines.
* The ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' 'verse (series and movie ''Film/{{Serenity}}''). (Notable for the fact that the characters refer to their own universe as "the 'Verse"). The terms "Jossverse", "Whedonverse" and "ME-verse" (ME = MutantEnemy, Creator/JossWhedon's production company) have been used to refer to both this and the Franchise/{{Buffyverse}}, despite there being no connection between the two in canon.
** Although Joss was once said that he'd have Spike, sitting at a bar, saying: "Nothing changes"
--> River: "No power in the 'Verse can stop me..."*
--->* Kaylee was actually the one who coined that phrase, though River is certainly the one for whom it means more.
** In addition to the abovementioned [[FanNickname fan nicknames]], the ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' 'Verse is often referred to simply as [[TheVerse the 'Verse]] by fans of the series, as well as characters within it.
* Holby City: ''Casualty'', ''Holby City'' and ''Holby Blue''.
* The Franchise/LawAndOrder Verse, home to:
** ''Series/LawAndOrder'' (aka The Mothership)
** ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''
** ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent''
** ''Series/LawAndOrderTrialByJury''
** ''Conviction''
** ''Deadline''
** ''Law & Order: Crime and Punishment''
** ''InPlainSight'' (via a {{Crossover}} with ''Criminal Intent'')
** ''HomicideLifeOnTheStreet''
** Various international versions
** JustForFun/JohnMunch is pretty much a universe of his own.
** Which potentially includes (of all things) ''Series/TheXFiles'', ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', ''TheWire'', and ''Series/SesameStreet'' (that's right, '''''SESAME STREET''''') in the Law & Order Verse.
** Eventually it becomes a snowball effect. One doctor from St. Elsewhere showed up years later on Homicide and then another doctor from St. Elsewhere showed up on the Homicide movie. Carla, Norm and Cliff from Cheers appeared on an episode of St. Elsewhere. Frasier and Lilith from Cheers and Frasier also appeared on Wings.
* Creator/JJAbrams' "Abramsverse", for the lack of a better word, has so far been shown to be one of the most expansive verses on television. Shows which are more or less found in this verse are ''Series/{{Alias}}'', ''Series/{{Lost}}'', ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', ''PersonOfInterest'', as well as some movies which he was behind, including (and probably not limited to), ''Film/{{Cloverfield}}'', the 2009 ''Film/StarTrek'' movie, and ''Film/{{Super 8}}''. Common things found throughout most of these: The ''Slusho'' beverage brand, Apollo candy bars, Dharma Initiative, Oceanic Airlines, Massive Dynamic, Charlie's (of Lost) band ''Drive Shaft'', and some [[https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/hx4X1FxEMSLxEejc5RnOeUTunw57JXLsUunLxoSLFEU?feat=directlink very mild character references and crossovers]].
* ''Series/{{JAG}}'' spun off ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', which itself spun off ''Series/NCISLosAngeles''. The universe also includes the short lived series ''Series/FirstMonday'' via a minor character {{Transplant}} on ''Series/{{JAG}}'', as well as ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' via it's CrossOver with ''Series/NCISLosAngeles''.
* In the [[{{DCLAU}} Disney Channel Live Action Universe]], the following shows have been established, through numerous crossovers, to exist in the same universe:
** ''ThatsSoRaven'' - The oldest. Forms the first piece of ''That's So [[TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody Suite Life of]] HannahMontana'', the first crossover.
** ''CoryInTheHouse'' - A spinoff of ''ThatsSoRaven'', with a few characters from said show (including Raven herself) making guest appearances. Has a crossover with ''HannahMontana'' in the episode, "Take This Job and Love It", the second crossover.
** ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' - Forms the centerpiece of ''[[ThatsSoRaven That's So]] Suite Life of HannahMontana''.
** ''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'' - A spinoff of ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'', in which a number of characters from said show make guest appearances and, like its parent show, forms the centerpiece of ''[[WizardsOfWaverlyPlace Wizards]] On Deck with HannahMontana'', the third crossover.
** ''HannahMontana'' - Forms the last piece of both ''[[ThatsSoRaven That's So]] [[TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody Suite Life of]] Hannah Montana'' and ''[[WizardsOfWaverlyPlace Wizards]] [[TheSuiteLifeOnDeck on Deck]] with Hannah Montana''.
** ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'': Forms the first piece of ''Wizards [[TheSuiteLifeOnDeck on Deck]] with HannahMontana''.
** ''Series/AaronStone'' - The game Hero Rising appears in the ''GoodLuckCharlie'' episode ''Let's Potty''.
** ''ImInTheBand'' - Has a crossover with ''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'' in the episode, ''Weasels on Deck'', the fourth crossover. [[note]]''I'm In The Band'' stands out among the live action Disney shows, as it is the only one not in the Disney Channel lineup (instead, it is part of Disney XD's lineup), as well as the only one to be filmed in High-Definition from the beginning (''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'', ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' and ''HannahMontana'' switched from Standard-Definition to High-Definition in Seasons 2, 3 and 4 respectively).[[/note]]
** ''GoodLuckCharlie'': Has direct crossovers with ''ShakeItUp'' and ''{{Jessie}}''.
** ''ShakeItUp'' - The episode ''Judge It Up'' features the fictional TV program ''Teen Court'', which is also featured in the ''HannahMontana'' episode ''You are Sue-able to Me''.
** ''ANTFarm'' - One episode mentions the Hashimoto soda brand from ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody. Another episode shows a poster for Tears of Blood, which is a band in ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''.
** ''{{Jessie}}'': Has a crossover with ''AustinAndAlly'' in the hour long special ''Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year. Later on it has a crossover with ''GoodLuckCharlie'' in another hour long special ''Good Luck Jessie: NYC Christmas''.
** ''AustinAndAlly'' - Has an hour long crossover special with ''{{Jessie}}''.
** ''Series/LivAndMaddie'' - In the episode ''Steal-A-Rooney'', Joey buys a Z-Phone, which is a fictional product from ''ANTFarm''.
** Since Selena Gomez shows up as herself on an episode of SonnyWithAChance, it's possible that every show above is a fictional show in the SonnyWithAChance universe. Or, SonnyWithAChance isn't connected to the other universe at all.
** Another odd thing is that Selena Gomez has a character on HannahMontana as Hannah's rival and a [[CelebrityParadox completely different character]] in WizardsOfWaverlyPlace.
* Crossover episodes between ''{{Warehouse 13}}'' and ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', in which Fargo visits the Warehouse and Claudia visits Eureka, place the two shows in the same universe.
** Lindsay Wagner's ''Warehouse 13'' character Dr. Vanessa Calder appears in the ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' episode "Never Let Me Go" bringing that show into this universe as well.
* The ''HappyDays'' universe includes itself (but not necessarilly its parent show ''LoveAmericanStyle'') ''LaverneAndShirley'', ''MorkAndMindy'', ''JoanieLovesChachi'' and the short lived ''Blanksie's Beauties'' and ''Out of the Blue''. This means that angels, time travel and aliens all exist in the same universe as the Fonz and Ralph Malph.
* The {{Whoniverse}}, comprising ''Series/DoctorWho'', ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'', ''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures'', and ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'', which [[CanonWelding became canon]] in "The Night of the Doctor". It's also got a massive [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]].
* The "TGIF-verse," which is comprised of ''PerfectStrangers'', ''FullHouse'', ''FamilyMatters'', ''StepByStep'', ''HanginWithMrCooper'', ''BoyMeetsWorld'', ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'', ''Film/{{Clueless}}'', ''TeenAngel'', and ''You Wish''. Due to many [[ChannelHop Channel Hops]] and {{Crossover}}s, the universe also includes ''Moesha'', ''Meego'', ''The Hughleys'', ''The Parkers'', and ''Girlfriends''.
** In 2014, ''Girl Meets World'' will premiere on the "Disney Channel", which will obviously be a part of this universe because it's a ''Sequel'' series to ''BoyMeetsWorld''.
* The ''Series/BabylonFive'' universe includes the TV movies made for the series, its spin-off series ''Series/{{Crusade}}'', the abortive pilot ''The Legend of the Rangers'', and the ''Lost Tales'' direct-to-video release.
* The Creator/{{CBS}}-verse, which consists of ''Series/TheBobNewhartShow'', ''MurphyBrown'', ''The Famous Teddy Z'', ''High Society'', ''Ink'', ''Love And War'', ''TheNanny'', ''Can't Hurry Love'', ''EverybodyLovesRaymond'', ''TheKingOfQueens'', ''{{Becker}}'', and ''Cosby''.
* And speaking of CBS, ''Series/TheBeverlyHillbillies'', ''Series/PetticoatJunction'', and ''Series/GreenAcres'' were established to exist in the same universe. The latter two were even in the same ''town'', although interaction between the casts was limited to general store owner Mr. Drucker (a regular on both series) and the occasional cameo.
* ''Series/{{Bones}}'' and ''TheFinder'' share a 'verse. Bonesverse, perhaps?
* NBC's 80s sitcoms ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/EmptyNest'' and ''Nurses'' all share the same universe. ''[[AfterShow The Golden Palace]]'' would also be in that universe.
* ''Series/{{The Office|US}}'' and ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' were intended to be set in one universe, but this idea was dropped. The original UK version of ''Series/{{The Office|UK}}'' is still part of the same universe, though, judging by Ricky Gervais's cameo as David Brent.
** Even though it was confirmed that ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' has no relationship with ''Series/{{The Office|US}}'', it hasn't been confirmed nor denied whether or not the shows still take place in the same universe. Of course if they did, the fact that Karen Filippelli and Ann Perkins are exactly alike would have to be addressed somehow.
* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'', ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'', and ''YoungHercules'' are all part of the same universe. As well as the 5 movies that came before the Hercules.
* ''BeverlyHills90210'', ''MelrosePlace'', ''ModelsInc'' as well as the reboots of 90210 and Melrose place are in the same universe.
* ''Series/TheXFiles'', ''Series/{{Millennium}}'', and ''Series/TheLoneGunmen'' all exist in the same universe. The first and last are the most obvious, with the Lone Gunmen being an ''X-Files'' spin-off, though characters go back and forth between all three series and there is at least one cross-over episode.
* All of the original dramas on the Creator/USANetwork, at least in the various commercials.
** According to the Series Finale of ''{{Psych}}'' (as well as a unnamed cameo by Gus in an ExpandedUniverse novel) it and ''{{Monk}}'' share a universe. Or a version of Monk exists in the Psych universe and a version of Psych exists in the Monk universe.
* Toei Productions in recent years is promoting its expanded universe with ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/KamenRider'' and other Tokusatsu shows under their belt.
** ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' and ''Series/SamuraiSentaiShinkenger'' have IntercontinuityCrossover episodes with each other.
** ''Film/OOODenOAllRidersLetsGoKamenRiders'' has Kikaider, Kikaider01, Inazuman and Zubat make a cameo appearance.
** ''Roleplay/SuperHeroTaisen'' has a crossover between ''Super Sentai'' and the ''Kamen Rider'' franchises, and ''Film/KamenRiderXSuperSentaiXSpaceSheriffSuperHeroTaisenZ'' adds the ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'' franchise with ''Series/SpaceSheriffGavan'', ''Series/SpaceSheriffSharivan'' and ''Series/SpaceSheriffShaider''.
** During the Showa era, writer Shozo Uehara likes to have his characters existing in a Verse.
*** ''Series/{{Himitsu Sentai Gor|anger}}enger VS Series/JAKQDengekitai'' mentions Series/KamenRiderV3, Series/KamenRiderAmazon and Kikaider as heroes fighting the evil organization Crime in different parts of the globe.
*** ''Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman'' and ''Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan'' are established to be of the same continuity with ''Denziman'' main villain Queen Hedrian returning in ''Sun Vulcan''. The backstory of space criminal Inazuma Ginga ProductionForeshadowing ''Series/SpaceSheriffGavan'' mentioning the Galactic Union Police and the Galactic Union.
** ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' main writer Naruhisa Arakawa establishes within the ''Gokaiger'' episodes and movies a Space Police Verse with ''Series/SpaceSheriffGavan'', Signalman of ''Series/GekisouSentaiCarranger'', and ''Series/TokusouSentaiDekaranger''. Conveniently using per-established trivia. ''Sun Vulcan'' production-foreshadowed ''Gavan'' and the Space Police was mentioned in episode 27 of ''Series/SpaceSheriffSharivan''. Signalman, a ''Metal Hero'' parody by Naruhisa Arakawa, is a Space Police from Planet Police. Naruhisa Arakawa was the head writer of ''Dekaranger'', Dekarangers are called Space Police by Alienizers.
*** In episode 4 Marvelous calls SPD the Space Police.
*** ''Film/GokaigerGoseigerSuperSentai199HeroGreatBattle'' pamphlet mentions Doggie Kruger and Gavan as friends.
*** ''Film/KaizokuSentaiGokaigerVsSpaceSheriffGavanTheMovie'' mentions the Dekarangers clearing the Gokaiger of piracy thus a Space Sheriff of the Space Police should not arrest them. Weaval Director General of the Space Police wears a cap with an emblem of the Galactic Union Police and wears a SPD commander buckle.
*** In the ''Gokager'' epilogue; Doggie Kruger and Signalman salute the Gokai Galleon passing by.
* ''Series/H2OJustAddWater'' and ''Series/MakoMermaidsAnH2OAdventure'' both exist in what could be called the [=H2Overse=], the mermaid-centric universe created by Creator/JonathanMShiff. The books may also constitute an ExpandedUniverse.
* ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', ''The Torlellis'', ''Series/{{Wings}}'', and ''{{Frasier}}'' all share the same universe. the first, second, and last are the most obvious as ''The Tortellis'' and ''{{Frasier}}'' are both spin-offs of ''Series/{{Cheers}}''
* It is established early on that ''Series/MadAboutYou'' and ''{{Friends}}'' share the same universe. Due to {{Crossover}}s, the universe also includes ''Series/CarolineInTheCity'', and ''The Single Guy''.
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/DragonGate USA, EVOLVE, Full Impact Pro, and SHINE. This isn't the first time Gabe Sapolsky put the promotions he books inside the same universe; he did it with Wrestling/RingOfHonor and Full Impact Pro (until ROH broke off from the WWN in 2009).
* Wrestling/{{Chikara}} Pro and its "Wrestling Is" derivatives. (Wrestling Is Fun, Wrestling Is Art, ect). Briefly had a Kiyuko Pro but it did not last and Wrestling/KaijuBigBattel, which did last but rarely crosses over with Chikara anymore.
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[[folder:Tabletop [=RPGs=]]]
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' features not just multiple universes (called Campaign Settings) but multiple ''cosmologies'' tying them together; still, the potential for crossover is there (In one of the video games, for example, a group of knights from ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' end up trapped in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', while numerous references to the ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' setting are made.
** In fact, part of ''Planescape'''s purpose seems to be not just to allow such crossovers, but to say that stranger things can and indeed do happen every day on the planes.)
** The ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}'' setting had characters from one world travelling to others in "spaceships."
** ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' had characters from different settings finding themselves in its D&D world.
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Rifts}}'' Megaverse is a collection of universes consisting of Rifts' Earth, The living planet known as ''Wormwood'', the Space Opera ''Three Galaxies'' universe, as well as Earths for each of Palladium's other games, such as the Palladium World (High Fantasy), ''Heroes Unlimited'' (Superheroes), and ''Nightbane''.
* The Third Imperium background to the science-fiction role-playing game ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}''.
* In the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'', all the gamelines theoretically take place in the same universes, occasionally making references to monsters and concepts in other game lines within the verse. This is also true in the ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'', but is given less emphasis between gamelines.
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* The laws of physics and various cultures depicted in the ''{{Myst}}'' games and books is often called the D'niverse (pronounced done-ni-verse) after the most prominent race in the storyline. Technically, it's actually a multiverse, connecting smaller universes called Ages...
* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXII'', its sequel ''Revenant Wings'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'' all take place within the world of [[IvaliceAlliance Ivalice]], as might ''VideoGame/VagrantStory''.
** "The Compilation of VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII".
** "Fabula Nova Crystallis" project, which encompasses ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII-2'' and ''VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII''
*** These examples haven't even touched on things like Gilgamesh of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' being a dimensional traveler.
*** These examples (and many others) were later quantified as many universes all being connected to one another in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', all thanks to a dimensional bridge that called the Interdimensional Rift, first introduced in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV''.
* The ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'', ''[[VideoGame/YoshisStory Yoshi]]'' and ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series' are all in the same universe. Mario and DK started off as enemies after all and DK still shows up in Mario spin off games and vice-versa.
* Oddly enough, a subversion, inversion, or straight play in a video game, depending on who you ask: ''VideoGame/{{Aquaria}}''. In fact, whether or not the Verse is the world around the main character eventually plays something of a major point in the plot. Not really a fandom trope, so much as a nice twist of words, though sooner or later there's bound to be FanFic...
* Nippon Ichi's games such as ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' all take place in one Universe, one that you actually explore and learn more about in MakaiKingdom and also includes non-demon worlds such as the one seen in LaPucelle.
* There's two distinct 'verses in the ''TalesSeries''. The "Destiny" 'verse contains ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' and its direct sequel, ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny 2'' (though not ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia''). The "Aseria" 'verse contains ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'', ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia: Narikiri Dungeon'', ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia: Summoner's Lineage'', ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'', and ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld''.
** There is now a third with the existence of ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' 1 and 2.
* The main ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games take place in different regions of the same world. This becomes obvious with the presence of two regions in ''Gold'', ''Silver'', and ''Crystal'' and references to regions of past games in later games. All of the first four generations are actually in different regions of the same ''country'', the equivalent of Japan in that universe. Starting from ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' with the debut of the Unova region, the series moves to a different country, apparently based on the [[UsefulNotes/UnitedStates United States of America]].
* The Creator/{{Irem}} arcade games ''VideoGame/InTheHunt'', ''VideoGame/UndercoverCops'', ''Air Duel'' and ''Gunforce 2'' all takes place in the same [[AfterTheEnd post-apocalyptic]] universe and feature the D.A.S as the bad guys.
* ''StreetFighter'' and ''FinalFight'', along with the lesser known ''Slam Masters'', all seem to take place in the same world. The most obvious evidence to this are appearances of various ''Final Fight'' characters as playable fighters throughout the ''Street Fighter'' games beginning with the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' series, as well as Mike Haggar's appearance in ''Slam Masters''. But even before the release of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', Mike Haggar was referenced as a "former Street Fighter" in the intro to the first ''Final Fight'' and the ''Slam Masters'' cast are mentioned in Hugo's ending (a ''Final Fight'' transplant himself) in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII 2nd Impact''. One concept art for ''Street Fighter Alpha'' even shows that Birdie was a former tag partner to Titanic Tim from ''Slam Masters''.
* It's not yet as obvious as the examples above, but the ''Franchise/WhenTheyCry'' verse is starting to take form after ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi''. Future games may still expound on it.
* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' Universe includes all the Nintendo series as fictional video games, and is in some way related to the RealLife Universe through Master Hand (possibly Crazy Hand as well).
* Virtually every series made by Nippon ichi falls into two distinct verses: The world of Atelier, and the Netherworlds, which are a combination of Marl kingdom, La Pucelle, Disgaea, Phantom Brave, Makai Kingdom, Soul Nomad, and several others that were not even known to be in correlation including a few cancelled videogames with characters who cross into other games. Not only are these games taking place within the same universe, but most characters find it perfectly natural for everyone to just randomly go to and fro between series as either cameo shots, secondary characters, or main characters, and often reference these fourth wall breaking aspects regularly. One character in particular, Overlord Baal, frequently makes his appearance as the BonusBoss of any Nippon Ichi game involving a netherworld, and everyone knows who he is.
* ''OperationFlashpoint'' and ''{{ARMA}}'' are generally believed to take place within the same timeline, while ''Take On Helicopters'' has some crossover with ''ARMA II : Operation Arrowhead'' (the standalone expansion for ''ARMA II''), in the form of one of the main characters having been a combat pilot during the events of ''Operation Arrowhead'', along with appearances by the [=PMCs=] Vrana and ION from one of ''[=OA=]'''s [[DownloadableContent DLC]] campaigns.
* ''VideoGame/TheSims'' series, the ''VideoGame/SimCity'' series, ''Streets of VideoGame/SimCity'', ''[=SimCopter=]'', ''[=SimGolf=]'', and, arguably, the ''VideoGame/MySims'' series, all share the same universe. Also, the appearance of Steve, who is the same spaceship as the one from ''[=SimCity=] 2000'', could mean that ''{{Spore}}'' could be in (and vastly expand) the universe as well.
* Atlus confirmed in this [[http://www.1up.com/do/feature?pager.offset=1&cId=3172364 interview]] that the ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' games all take place in the same world, though the only things consistent throughout ''all'' of the entries (apart from the titular Personas) are Igor, the Velvet Room, and Philemon's butterfly form. Several characters and plot elements from the original ''Persona'' show up in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'', and ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is nearly as much a sequel to ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' as it is to ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', but the connections between the games are otherwise kept fairly low-key and incidental.
** There ''are'' some possible implications that [[spoiler:Nyx]] from ''3'' is actually [[spoiler:the Snow Queen from ''1'']], and that [[spoiler:the Malevolent Entity]] from ''Arena'' is [[spoiler:Nyarlathotep from ''2'']].
** It's also implied that the ''Persona'' series take place in the same world as ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIf...'' and [[NoExportForYou all]] [[VideoGame/SoulHackers four]] ''[[RaidouKuzunohaVsTheSoullessArmy Devil]] [[RaidouKuzunohaVsKingAbaddon Summoner]]'' games, with both ''If''[='s=] female protagonist and Kuzunoha Devil Summoners appearing in the first two ''Persona'' games.
* Valve's two series ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' almost certainly inhabit the same continuity.
* The Creator/TomClancy games by {{Ubisoft}} are hinted to have taken place in the same continuity.
* Two of Cing's adventure game franchises, ''VideoGame/AnotherCode'' and ''VideoGame/HotelDuskRoom215'', are hinted to be set in the same world. The most obvious hint being that the estranged husband Rosa, the maid in ''Hotel Dusk'', is none other than the captain who takes Ashley to Blood Edward island in the beginning of ''Another Code''.
* It's hard to determine just how vast the "Banpresto Multiverse" is, but by using ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' as its centerpiece, then the events that tie in with ''Original Generation'' include the "[[FanNickname Classic Timeline]]", ''The Great Battle'' series, ''Hero Senki: Project Olympus'', ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha'', ''Super Hero Sakusen'', ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsReversal'', ''[[AnotherCenturysEpisode Another Century's Episode: R]]'' and ''EndlessFrontier''. Furthermore, this extends into ''NamcoXCapcom'' and ''ProjectXZone'', as ''Endless Frontier'' occurs between both games. Needless to say, TheMultiverse churned out by NamcoBandai is extraordinarily big.
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* All of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', and possibly the rest of ''MSPA'', takes place in what is known as Paradox Space.
* The Wotchiverse, setting for the WebComic ''TheWotch'' and it's various derivatives (''Cheer!'', ''Triquetra Cats'', and possibly ''Abstract Gender''). It is also shown to share continuity with webcomics with different authors (''Accidental Centaurs'' and possibly more).
* The three major works of John Allison, ''Bobbins'', ''ScaryGoRound'' and ''BadMachinery'' are all set in the fictional English [[CityOfAdventure town of Tackleford]], sharing many cast members with each other.
** Not to forget secondary {{Spin Off}}s such as ''Murder She Writes'', ''THAT'', ''Giant Days'' and ''New Bobbins''. Read all about the "Bobbinsverse" [[Franchise/{{Bobbinsverse}} here]].
* The Narbonverse: ''{{Narbonic}}'', ''Li'l Mell'', and (confirmed by [[spoiler: Artie]]'s appearance in "If I Ran The Zoo") ''SkinHorse''. ''Webcomic/{{Smithson}}'' is in there as well, due to the appearance of an older version of Homeschool Joe from ''Li'l Mell''. ''North of Space'', Shaenon's high school strip, and ''The Ratio'', her college strip, featured Mell and Dave respectively.
* All webcomics in the International ComicContinuity take place in what is affectionately referred to as the ICCverse.
* Webcomic/MegaTokyo, MacHall, and {{Applegeeks}} apparently inhabit the same universe, as crossovers have happened several times. This is especially apparent with Megatokyo and Applegeeks, where regular characters Junpei and a Rent-a-Zilla from Megatokyo played a major role in a story arc in Applegeeks. Sadly, only Megatokyo remains of the three as of 2012.
** Technically, ''Webcomic/ThreePanelSoul'' might count as well, since it is a continuation of the now closed ''Webcomic/MacHall''. Dom from ''Megatokyo'' is even a regular character.
* ''[[http://worldpeace.emilymarthasorensen.com To Prevent World Peace]]'' is a webcomic that tries to merge basically every single magical girl cliche into a single, unified Verse. With GenreSavvy villains in the mix, naturally.
* Two quasi-connected universes share some writers and creators. ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' has spun off ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' and ''Webcomic/SandraOnTheRocks,'' and has featured [[TheCameo brief guest appearances]] by characters from ''Webcomic/PennyAndAggie'' and elsewhere. Meanwhile ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' has spun off ''Webcomic/MagickChicks'' and ''Webcomic/DangerouslyChloe,'' while ''Webcomic/AoiHouse, VampireCheerleaders,'' and ''Webcomic/ParanormalMysterySquad'' are apparently set in the same universe. The second of those universes also exists as fiction in the first, leading to "crossover" character appearances that are actually cosplayers, fantasy sequences, and suchlike.
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* The Foundationverse is the setting of the Wiki/SCPFoundation, TheWanderersLibrary, and the Wiki/ChurchOfTheBrokenGod.
* The Breeniverse, the setting of ''{{lonelygirl15}}'', ''KateModern'', ''LG15TheResistance'' and numerous spin-offs of uncertain canonicity.
* The "[=MUniverse=]" is the setting of ''Literature/TalesOfMU'' and its spin-off and side stories. Part of a [[TheMultiverse multiverse]], as artifacts lost in a teleport mishap showed up in the author's other stories.
* Many, if not all, Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses series seems to be set in the same 'verse owing to the number of [[CrossOver crossovers]] between them, but a special note must be made for WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall and WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment, seeming to have the most points in common, most prominently BigBad Dr. Insano.
* The ''ChaosFighters'' universe, which is currently unnamed yet. It current encompasses two planets, Lefrad and Ketruin while [[spoiler:Earth and Lerius]] are given a mention.
* Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos is a somewhat loosely tied Verse, in that while Slendy himself ties everything together, the stories aren't typically tied together otherwise aside from the odd character commenting on other blogs. However, there's also the WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID Sub-Verse, which has expanded to include "Wicked Sticky Alex" and CanYouSeeTheWords. Evan made a brief cameo in the TJAProjects, and its recently been crossing over with TribeTwelve and [[spoiler: DarkHarvest]]. Oh, and the HYBRID guys are at least aware of Blog/SeekingTruth). Now all we need is for [[WebVideo/MarbleHornets Jay or Alex]] to show up...
* The Randomverse is a very....random verse, containing Roleplay/TheInsaneQuestOfUnfathomableRandomness, TheDeathSeries, SmileForTheCamera, and TVTropesTheAdventure.
* The WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes universe is a superhero universe with hundreds of stories and even more characters.
* The "[[http://hitlerparody.wikia.com/wiki/Parody_Universe Parody Universe]]" is the universe where all the [[MemeticMutation Hitler parodies]] from the ''Film/{{Downfall}}'' scenes (and some spinoffs like Stalin parodies) takes place. The whole thing tend to get into MindScrew territory due to the various amounts of parody videos that exists and WildMassGuessing is the norm in making sense of it.
* SonicForHire and MegaManDiesAtTheEnd are in the same universe starting with the Mega Man Dies at the End episode On the Lam which shows Sonic trying to escape from the prison Mega Man busts Wily out of. This is confirmed even more when a Sonic for Hire episode has Mega Man appear and has him mentioning events from the last crossover as well as leading directly into the next Mega Man Dies At The End episode.
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* The DCAU.
* The Marvel Animated Verse
** The 90s Marvel Animated Verse including ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/XMenTheAnimatedSeries'' and ''possibly'' the Marvel Action Hour series ''WesternAnimation/FantasticFour'', ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibleHulk'', although this was less clear. (When Iron Man guest starred in ''Spider-Man'' he was the same version of the character, including voice actor. When the FF appeared, they weren't. But other crossovers established that all the Action Hour series shared a Verse, so...)
** There seems to be a current Marvel Animated Verse comprising ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'', ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' and ''WesternAnimation/HulkAndTheAgentsOfSMASH'', with the latter two set after Hulk got an intelligence boost in USM.
** WordOfGod is that ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' was set in the same Verse as ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'', although they never actually interacted.
* The ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' universe contains itself and ''ThatsMyBush''.
* The original ''SpaceGhost'' cartoon was set in the same universe as ''Dino Boy'', ''TheHerculoids'', ''{{Shazzan}}'', ''Mighty Mightor'' and ''Moby Dick''.
** ''SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' on the other hand, is set in the same world as ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBrakShow'', ''WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever'', ''HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' and ''WesternAnimation/TwelveOunceMouse''. Maybe a [[TheMultiverse Multiverse.]] Creator/AdultSwim-Verse? Williams Street-Verse?
* The DisneyAnimatedCanon has many of it's characters making appearances in other films. Scar from ''Disney/TheLionKing'', for example, makes a split-second {{cameo}} in ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'' while Belle from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' can be seen walking down the street in one scene of ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame''. Also, not only do Rapunzel and Flynn from ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' attend Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', but [[WordOfGod apparently]] Rapunzel is Elsa and Anna's ''cousin''.
** The {{Pixar}}-Verse.
*** Although ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' is most likely set in their own RetroUniverse and ''{{WesternAnimation/Cars}}'' well...is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin just that]] and they're probably not in there.
* The Fuzzy Door Universe (or, rather, the [=Seth McFarlene=] Animated Universe) contains ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''.
** Certain episodes of ''Family Guy'' indicate ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' is part of it as well. And if that is the case, ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' may be too.
* Creator/MikeJudge has ''[[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Beavis and Butt-head]]'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' [[EveryoneWentToSchoolTogether going to the same high school]], but they might also share a universe with ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheGoodeFamily''.
* The universe of Jhonen Vasquez, creator of ''InvaderZim'' And ''JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac''.
* The ''{{Transformers}}'' franchise has an odd sort of 'verse, in that it's a multiverse rather than a universe.
** The 80's cartoon apparently exists in a shared continuity, of sorts, with the G.I. Joe, Inhumanoids, and Jem cartoons. There have been character cameos, and each show has the reporter/journalist (and Geraldo Rivera parody) Hector Ramirez.
** [[GIJoe Cobra Commander]] also had a cameo in "Only Human" as an old washed-up former terrorist by the name of Old Snake. Also, Transformer ally Marissa Faireborn being the daughter of Flint and Lady Jaye.
** ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen almost close]] to being in [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTheMovie the same continuity]].
* The WarnerBros Animated Universe, also known as the Looney Tuneiverse (or Looney Tune Land as it was named in ''Film/SpaceJam''), is the home of the characters from ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and its spin-offs, as well as those from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}!'', and ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers''.
* The Spiez-verse, which currently includes ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'', its {{Spinoff}}, ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez'', and ''WesternAnimation/MartinMystery''.
* The Creator/KlaskyCsupo-verse, which consists of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', its {{Spinoff}}s, ''AllGrownUp'' and ''Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze'', ''WesternAnimation/AaahhRealMonsters'', ''TheWildThornberrys'', and ''RocketPower''.
* The Creator/GenndyTartakovsky Animated Universe (GTAU): The shows ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' and ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' have provided several clues over the years that they inhabit the same universe. ''WesternAnimation/{{Sym-bionic Titan}}'' is probably in there to, but it isn't completely verified.
** ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' were mentioned in the cartoon makeover episode of ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'', and if Johnny Bravo exists in the same universe, then so do ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' and ''SpeedBuggy'' by default.
** It's possible ''WesternAnimation/TwoStupidDogs'' also take place in this universe, due to the presence of the cute little kitten and the mannequin[[note]]from the episode "Canned"[[/note]] in ''Dexter's Laboratory'' and the main characters appearing in ''Samurai Jack''.
** [[http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Samurai_352a60_1055328.jpg This]] shows how ''The Powerpuff Girls'' and ''Samurai Jack'' are not only possibly in the same universe, but were, at least at one point, in the same town. Also Professor Utonium and Jack share [[https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/4325316352/h3E43B12A/ similar design elements]] suggesting, among things, that [[FridgeBrilliance they're possibly]] [[HeroicLineage distant relatives]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'', and ''Underfist'' are all in the same universe as proof by Skarr being on both shows and numerous other Evil Con Carne characters having cameos. ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' and ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' were also confirmed to be in the same universe in ''The Grim Adventures of the KND''.
* With the [[ComicBook/TheLegendOfTheChaosGod Chaos God]] story arc in the DisneyAdventures series, ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'' all take place in the same universe. Arguably, ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' as well.
* It appears that ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' are in the same universe due to the fact that fictional super hero (well fictional in-universe) Crash Nebula is referenced in both series. Also, in the episode where Timmy's parents [[ItMakesSenseInContext relive their former ghost busting careers]] there is a wanted poster of Danny Phantom. Danny even makes a cameo on the back cover of a comic book in the ''Crash Nebula'' origins episode of FOP.
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