The eponymous character and her canon love interest are paired with nearly everyone and a huge group even in canon. Depending on the version, Usagi is somehow connected romantically with Mamoru, Ali, Demando, Haruka, possibly Rei (actually all the Inner Senshi are rather ambiguous when it comes to Usagi, Rei is just the one the anime made the most obvious), Manga!Galaxia and Seiya. Mamoru has Rei, Beryl, Hina, En, Black Lady. That's not even counting the crushes and fandom pairings.
Being the daughter of said couple, Chibi-Usa has quite a few love interests as well. Helios and Perle are canon, Kyuusuke is implied to have a crush on her before he got together with her best friend Momoko (similar to Umino and Naru in relation to Usagi), and there are quite a few who think she has something more than friendship with Hotaru.
Motoki would also count in his anime and manga incarnations as Usagi, Makoto, and Minako all have crushes on him in both canons, while Ami has a crush on him in the manga and Rei has a crush on him in the anime. Plus his fiance, Reika.
Ami is easily one of the most popular characters, so it's no surprise that she's been shipped with every other Senshi, though Ami/Makoto is particularly popular. For Het fans, there's also Ami/Mamoru, Ami/Ryo, Ami/Shingo, Ami/Zoisite, Ami/Nephrite and Ami/male!Taiki.
Kagome, who gets crossed over and paired up with so many characters from so many different fandoms that it would be impossible to list them all (usually the character the author wants to hook up with), due to her being the character easiest for a teenage girl to relate to. Then again, she can travel through time, so one's Willing Suspension of Disbelief can be stretched just a wee bit here.
Ditto for Sesshomaru, due to him being the most lusted-after male character, girls tend to pair him with whichever female character reminds them of themselves (usually Kagome).
Ranma ˝: Ranma has this problem and is shipped with EVERYBODY. And not even that, when he's a girl with a male heart you can expect the obvious. Shipping Ranma with everybody isn't even restricted to his own universe! Ranma ½ is crossovered a lot in fanfiction. That means more characters to use which in turn means more characters to ship Ranma with, regardless of gender. He's the ultimate fandom bicycle. Everyone and we do mean everyone gets a ride.
Echizen Ryoma. Just. He can be shipped with everyone. Tezuka, Fuji, Eiji, Oishi, Momoshiro, Kaidou, Atobe, Yukimura, you name it. It usually ends up being ot5 or ot6 with Tezuka, Fuji, Genichuro, Yukimura and Atobe all fawning over him. Among the small pool of female characters, Sakuno Ryuzaki (that is, when she's not being shoved aside to allow the boys to "do their thing" or being used as an author's Possession Sue).
Akaya Kirihara from Rikkai can be paired up with ANYONE from Rikkai and have it work. Outside of Rikkai he is also frequently paired with Hyoutei's Hiyoshi, Fudomine's Kamio and Tachibana Ann as well as Shitenhouji's Shiraishi as of the sequel.
Though canonically straight, the Gundam pilots are mainly shipped with each other, due the show's avid yaoi fandom.Duo is often decpited as the "uke", or a playboy in fanfiction and subsequently, is the one who's shipped most often. While Heero is often paired off with characters outside the Gundam Wing universe.
Duo's girlfriend, Hilde, gets shipped almost as often as he does, because in fanfiction, she's portrayed as being so kinky and desirable that all the pilots (including Zechs) wanna bang her. So you can find fics pairing her with all of them, ranging from monogamous, to threesomes; many of which are M-rated. Whereas the yuri fandom ships her with Relena.
Sakura and Hinata appear to have this ability to be shipped with anyone. Besides the usual Sasuke/Sakura, Naruto/Sakura and Naruto/Hinata pairings, you also have stuff like Kakashi/Sakura, Itachi/Sakura, Sai/Sakura, Neji/Hinata, Sasuke/Hinata, Shikamaru/Hinata... and they have even been shipped together.'
On the male side, in non-yaoi pairings, there are many fanfics and Doujin putting Shikamaru with Ino, Sakura, Hinata, Temari, Shiho, and Kurenai his teachers's lover, along with many others. Sometimes, all at once. There probably isn't a single person in the entire show with whom this guy hasn't been paired. That's because he is almost always fighting against girls. Mix that with his slightly misogynist personality and he becomes a Sex God.
Naruto himself has been shipped with nearly every named female in the series (and a lot of the males, too), sometimes all at once. Like ships that include the Nine-Tailed Fox! And then there's FemNaruto who ends up paired with most of the male AND female cast. Or gets paired with people from other series.
One might believe the Akatsuki was one big orgy. Can't decide which combination of Deidara, Sasori, Itachi, Hidan, and Pein works? Why not pair them all together!
Out of the "next generation" characters, Sarada and Inojin seem the most popular with shippers. Sarada shares her parents attractiveness and has a well-liked personality while Inojin is just so bishonen it makes up for his vague personality. They've been paired with Boruto, Himawari, each other, and various others.
Negi. Although the majority are justified as roughly 90% of females he meets develop crushes on him. And when we say 90%, we're talking about a series that introduced over 30 characters in chapter one. At this point, he's kissed half of them. Somewhat lampshaded by Chamo, who appears to see Negi as a Launcher of a Thousand Ships. He's somewhat biased, as he has financial incentive to make Negi go for as many as possible; he earns several thousand Ermine Dollars every time Negi kisses a new girl.
Invoked by Paru describing Yue's situation, gaining a respectable female harem. Yue is not amused by this commentary.
Tsuna. There was Spanner/Tsuna doujinshi on sale merely weeks after Spanner's introduction. Japan moves in mysterious ways. And Tsuna is joked to be the fandom bicycle as well. Funnily enough, it's actually rare to see fan merchandise of Tsuna with any of the canon love interests (the four girls, to be precise). The magical Tsuna bicycle starts getting more outrageous when one realizes that there are fandoms that support Squalo x Tsuna and Bel x Tsuna.
Gokudera Hayato gets paired with not only every guardian, but with the TYL!Guardians as well (oh parallel world sex), and with multiple enemies AND paired with the girls. (Including his sister. Disturbing yes?)
Chrome's paired with freakin' everyone: Mukuro for obvious reasons, Tsuna because she kissed him when they first met (which still hasn't been explained), Hibari because he saved her life once or twice, Ken thanks to his Tsundere attitude towards her, Chikusa because he's on the same team as her, MM thanks to rule of Foe Yay, Mammon because of what he could do with hisCombat Tentacles, Julie on account of the kidnapping, etc etc. These all make some sense and at least have had vague screentime. It starts getting weird, however, when it starts being characters she's never talked to or even talked about. Prime examples include Enma, Genkishi, Bel and for some reason Levi...
Haru, who even has a fanclub on DeviantArt specifically titled the "AnyonexHaru-Club".
Ash has been paired with everything from every female lead, to every male lead, to Pikachu, to Bayleef, to Latias (who if you want to get technical, is actually tied for the furthest anyone's ever gotten with him.) Have some actual numbers: As of October 2011, the list referenced below contains 495 named ships involving Ash. Plus 11 involving Ashley (Ash as a Wholesome Crossdresser). Plus 13 involving Ashachu (Ash as a Pikachu (it's canon)).
Name any two characters — Pokémon included — in the anime, and not only will there be a shipping fanbase, it will have a name! And it's not just limited to living characters! There is one called DownBoyShipping that consists of Misty's hand and Brock's ear!
Note that, all the One Piece ships are 100% non-canon, as the author has stated that there won`t be any romance for the main characters (The Straw-hat crew) or most other characters as well, since this is not that type of manga.
Happens to Zoro, Ace and more recently Trafalgar Law as well. Zoro himself is beginning to get a harem of his own. He is commonly shipped with Nami, Robin, Sanji, Luffy, Ace, Mihawk, and Tashigi, but mostly with every crew member, even Chopper and Brook.
Nami and Robin are also subject to this.
Shanks gets shipped around a bit too, just not as much as the other listed characters.
Alviss from MÄR. The fandom isn't huge, but the boy has been paired not only with every kind of Mary Sue imaginable but with his teammates and the villains from the show. Especially because every single pairing has been hinted in canon. Even the evil overlord has attempted to kiss him in the anime, and it was a kids' show, with not even a drop of blood.
Ginta as well, the most common pairings for Ginta are with Snow, Alviss and bizaarely Phantom, but he has also been paired with Babbo and Jack as well. Interestingly, while the show itself also teases him with Dorothy, the fans dont often take to that pairing, (Probably because their either busy shipping her with Nanashi or shipping Ginta with Snow).
You have five seconds after finishing this sentence to name a female character from Hayate the Combat Butler with whom Hayate isn't paired.......That's what I thought. Doesn't hurt that most of them are canon◊. And the guys aren't always exempt from that.
In Japanese fandom, Japan gets paired with everyone. 'Everyone' including the "well, that does make a fair amount of sense" ones like England, America, Greece (which might actually be the most canon one on this list), Italy, China, and the "where did THAT come from?!" ones like Switzerland, Norway, etc. He's not nearly as much of one in the English fandom, where England and Greece are the only ones he's paired up with any regularity, but he has definitely gotten fics with America and [insert any other Asian nation here]. For an idea of how much this trope applies to him, this Japanese fanart◊ shows only the more plausible ships with him. It still takes a while to get through all of them.
In Japan, England is paired with everyone second only to Japan. The most popular pixiv tags for him are England/Japan, America/England and France/England. Spain/England, Prussia/England and surprisingly China/England are quite popular with over 1k artworks each. Other ships such as Germany/England, Prussia/England, England/Italy, are also fairly popular, beating the popular ship (in the west) Prussia/Canada in the number of artworks. There are even tags for very obscure couples, such as England/Taiwan, England/Ukraine, England/Iceland and England/South Korea. Basically anyone with a name. As for the English-speaking fandom, well, he's shipped regularly with America and France. And repeatedly with Spain, Prussia, Canada, and Japan. With Hong Kong, India, and Portugal. Although there are a number of writers and blogs dedicated to pairing England with everybody, it's a lot more prominent in Japan.
The English-speaking fandom does the same with America as the Japanese do to Japan, to a slightly lesser extent. 'Slightly lesser' meaning that there's more of a tendency to pair him with select characters that have the most canon/historical basis with him (England, Russia, and Canada) than with apparently random characters. Keyword being slightly: you still see him being paired every now and then with the likes of France, Japan, Prussia, Vietnam, etc. He's not as much of one in the Japanese fandom, naturally, but considering that there are tags on Pixiv for pairings like America/Spain, America/Taiwan, and America/Seychelles...
Similarly, Vivio enjoys love from all sides as well. It is particularly ironic that, as the daughter of the greatest shipwar trigger in the show, so far there have been no shipwars regarding Vivio. Though this may partially be because Vivio lacks any pairing fanservice, and thus is still fair game for even the most hardy of shippers.
With Vivid Memories ongoing, shippers are mostly aiming for the girls in Vivio's age group. Two of which are the same as her: reincarnates of ancient Belkan Lords.
The only qualification for you to be shipped with Hayate is that you must be female and you must exist in-universe. The former depends on how much you want to stick with the Les Yay theme of the show (though even if you do, Zafira is still one of her knights), and the latter depends on your opinion on Cross Overs.
In Code Geass, Lelouch is paired up with everybody, including his siblings, best friends, enemies, acquaintances, and people he's probably never even met. And sometimes with more than one at a time. Occasionally one comes across selfcest for poor Lelouch, where he's paired up with Zero.
Rock is also guilty here. There are fics of him getting it on for at more than one night with Revy, Eda (both at once at one point), Shenhua, Balalaika, and Roberta. Who knew a scrawny former office drone could be such a badass and a chick magnet?
Hikari as well; she's been shipped with Takeru, Daisuke, Taichi, Yamato, Ken, Koushiro, and characters from other series. In a Digimon crossover, whenever there's a major male character in the other series who will be shipped with a Digimon character, said latter character is probably going to be Hikari.
Myotismon, often with a dose of Draco in Leather Pants for good measure. Aside from original characters, he's also been paired with Gatomon, Kari, Tai, Matt, Angemon, Piedmon, LadyDevimon, Ken, Oikawa, and several others.
Tailmon(Gatomon) got her fair share of this during the first season alone, but by Zero Two it really went Up to Eleven since she was the only female among the main six digimon. Just to name a few, she's been shipped with Patamon, Angemon, Veemon, Wizardmon, Vamdemon, Hikari, Taichi, Agumon, Palmon, Piyomon, Hawkmon, RENAMON...
In Digimon Tamers, there is Rika Nonaka/Ruki Makino. Every single possibility has a fanbase. Rika/Takato, hotblooded girl and sweet boy who can help each other soften/toughen up, respectively (this is the one with the most character derailment, as Rika often becomes a backboneless Distressed Damsel for Takato to save in fanfic. Most popular evidence: Takato's dream of her in the premiere.) Rika/Henry (Jenrya, Jianliang, et cetera), hotblooded girl and calm, levelheaded boy (most popular evidence: any of the brief moments where she'd try to properly butt heads with him and it didn't work. The balance would do them - mostly her - some good, it's held.) Rika/Jeri (Juri), not just 'cause Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: Jeri makes a good damsel in distress for Rika, and could be someone she'd take under her wing (the one softens/one toughens dymanic is present in almost every ship for her.) Rika and Renamon - between Renamon's sultry voice and Cute Monster Girl-ness, Girl-on-Girl Is Hotdefinitely applies with the two even if Renamon's not humanoid. There's also Renamon's total devotion to Rika, and it clearly going both ways (Rika not being the type to constantly state it, but it's just as obviously there.) Now, as a Digimon and human partner this is expected, but Renamon is by far the most fleshed-out Digimon partner character, so it shows with her that it's every bit as voluntary as it would be with two humans, and not just "the critter follows the human around 'cause that's how an A Boy and His X series goes." (It's considered to be true with all partners in all series, but with Renamon it shows in every episode.) Finally, Ryo Akiyama, only person ever to beat her at the card game, and with a great love of flirtatious banter usually directed at her, with her being annoyed by it all - the best in Slap-Slap-Kiss, every scene in which the two are together are considered evidence; unlike so many of the others, there's no one scene you can remove and many an Official Couple starts out the way they started; Digimon was just never as romance-oriented a series as fandom wants it to be. About the only pairings for her without a fanbase are her and Kazu or Kenta (Those Two Guys, paired with each other or no one.)
Henry himself is shipped with Rika (see above), Takato (they've got one really good Ho Yay moment, in addition to the two male leads being the easiest choice for Slash Fic in any series), and Renamon (they have two really good Interspecies Romance-yay moments.) Three seems small, but this cast is smaller than Digimon Adventure. Not shipped with him are only Jeri (Takato's canon love interest who has limited interaction with Henry), Ryo (Rika's arguably-canon love interest who has limited interaction with Henry), Those Two Guys (see above), and the Mons with childlike personalities, or physical characteristics that would make them harder for most to see as a 'ship (maybe he'd get along with deliberately-ZeerustTin-Can Robot Gardromon, but the question isn't often asked.)
Everyone wants to bang Light, and to be honest there is evidence for many of them (just check out the Death Note Ho Yay page). On the het side there is Misa and Kiyomi who are both in canon love him. There's also Naomi who he charms into giving her real name. On the slash side there is the largest pairing of all, Light and L, as well as Mikiami, Near, Matsuda and even Mello and Matt who never met him in person but were following him. Then there is the squicky ones like Sayu and most strangely popular of all, Ryuk.
L. While the most popular is of course him and Light there is popular fan theorising that Near's idolising of him is a diluted version of BB's obsession with L, which is also a fairly popular pairing. He's also shipped with Aiber (who he has a history with) and Matsuda (who fanboys over both L and Light). For the few Het Shippers in Death Note there is Naomi who has discussed in canon if she fancies L, Misa ("I could actually fall for you"), and Wedy. Then there are the cracktastic stories of LxCake, though that too may be canon. And these are just the most popular ones, L has been shipped with everyone in the show, and some characters who aren't.
Mello has been paired with quite a lot of people, from his heterosexual life partner (Matt), to his rival (Near), to a woman in whose shower he hid (Lidner), to the girl he kidnapped (Sayu), to his mafia boss (Rod Ross), to people he's never actually met (Light), to just the downright creepy (Light's dad). Mello also gets paired with Zeb his zebra sofa.
Near too. Both Matt and Mello, occasionally Linda, the SPK (Gevanni most of the time), Light, Mikami, Sayu, and L.
B gets paired up with L (who he is seriously obsessed with), A (his schoolmate/rival), Naomi (who he enjoyed toying with), Mello (who really relates to his problems), Light, Near, Matt (who could be (and has been) seen, in this case, as a sort-of stand-in for A), Linda, Matsuda and Ryuk (who he's never actually met), Believe Bridesmaid, Quarter Queen and Backyard Bottomslash (his victims), Crossover characters (such as Harry Potter), and (most frequently of all) Mary Sues.
In Death Note-verse, Genius IQ = Launcher of a Thousand Ships. The two exceptions are A, who despite being a genius has been paired with three or four people at most, and Matsuda, who isn't a genius but has been paired up with everyone of importance in Death Note. Including old men and shinigami.
Also the girl who tried to kill him twice before getting booted out of the story both times. When the last book comes out, he'll be getting shipped with the anti SOS brigade too. Urgh. (Given that one of them is a New Old Flame of sorts...)
The cast must be having one big, hot-blooded orgy behind the scenes...even amongst the heterosexual options, for example, a notable solution to the Kamina/Yoko vs. Kittan/Yoko dilemma is to just let her have both of them. As far as solutions to Shipping Wars go, this fandom seems to take the route laden with the most kink and the least nitpicking.
The fandom somehow already figured that everybody is hot for Oz and/or Gilbert. Pairings like Oz/Gil, Alice/Oz, Shalon/Oz, Echo/Oz, Gil/Alice don't surprise anybody anymore, so the fandom went a step further. And so pairings like Oz/Oscar, Gil/Break, Gil/Vincent (it's actually almost canon - at least on Vincent's side; also, trope inverted, as Vincent is the one to obsess over his older brother Gil), Oz/Elliot, Gil/Jack, Gil/Oscar and Oz/Gil/Alice came to life.
At this point it's safe to say that everybody can be paired with anybody with how connected the plot is becoming. Luckily, the abyss can send people through time to quell most fandom issues of age difference if they want to be moral about everything.
In general, the author seems to try for this with the series overall. If two characters have spoken, there is almost always shipping material for them. (Some may need thicker Shipping Goggles than others, but you can really find a fic for anything anymore.) If there hasn't been enough, it's coming. Couldn't see where Gil/Break was coming from? Cue Gil leaving his beloved master to be Break's left eye. They don't even have to have had real interaction. Wondering where the fair-sized fandom for Break/Elliot could come from? The character guide makes specific note about the latter deeply admiring the prior.
Moreover, Break is easily at least as much a Launcher as Oz or Gil anymore, if not moreso. It isn't too uncommon to see Break paired with Sharon, Reim, Gil, Oz, Alice, Alyss, Cheshire, Vincent, Lotti, Elliot, Rufus, Shelly, Cheryl, or even Emily; and a few others are rare but also present.
The Darker Than Black fandom has seen to shipping Hei with anything that has a pulse, up to and including the cat. Studio BONES did practically bait them into it — you know you've got a ship-magnet on your hands when he's written into slash fics in canon.
Being one of the most popular characters in the whole continuity simply due being the epitome of badass looks, it is no surprise that prime JerkassSeto Kaiba has been paired with almost every single character in the fan fiction.
Yugi and his partner Yami Yugi (Atem) is just as bad as him, being paired with almost anyone else in the community. No surprise given that they are the main characters of the show.
This is the Yu-Gi-Oh fandom, the things in it are Launchers of a Thousand Ships aimed towards each other.
In the female compartment, Anzu/Tea is one of the most likely examples you would find when you cross into any het/yuri shipping out of the thousands of Slash Fic you would find throughout the community.
Judai from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX definitely qualifies. He has been paired with Asuka/Alexis, his rival Majoume, his idol Yugi Muto and even with his duel monster (which was canon with Yubel, but she wasn't very well-liked in the west for obviousreasons) and even Yusei, who doesn't even live in the same time period.
There's a ton of art and fics for Yuya, too. The most common targets for him aside from Yuzu are Yuto (especially after their fusion), his bromantic foil Gongenzaka, the tried-and-true hero/rival ship with Reiji, Sawatari, Dennis, and his -gazer Magicians. Thankfully, both Yuya and Yuzu are type 2 launcher due to their young age.
Despite it being the poster child for harem comedies, I'd have to say that Tenchi in Tenchi Muyo! ends up getting this treatment from fans. This is in a genre that named the Tenchi Solution and he STILL ends up with pairings outside it?
The titular character of Cardcaptor Sakura is paired with a lot of characters in fan fiction, from Syaoran, Tomoyo, Yukito, Yue, Eriol, Touya, and many more. In fact, Sakura Kinomoto alone constitutes more half of all the 26000 fanfictions on fanfiction.net.
Shinji Ikari has been shipped with every available member of the cast in an attempt by fans to make him happy by putting him in a stable, loving relationship, including Asuka, Rei, Misato, Kaworu, Hikari, Kaji, and Pen-Pen.
Ronove: If you wish for us to dictate, of course we will undertake that task. However, we will add our own demands to the scenario as well.
Battler: I'll agree to anything!...Huh? Why are you giving me those creepy looks?
Virgilla: ...RudoBato. GohBato. AmaBato.
Ronove: Pukuku! You mustn't forget RonoBato.
Shaman King: Yoh, Anna, Ren and Hao are the center of all ships. Also Ren, Hao, and Horohoro are always the ones you see get shipped with every type of OC/Mary Sue known to man.
The Wolf's Rain fandom has Tsume, who's been shipped with everyone but the lady in a coma and the drunk old man, butwhocanreallyblamethem? Kiba also gets around in the fanfics...often painfully so... Tsume is most often shipped with Toboe, which may or may not be canon.
Izaya Orihara. It helps that he professes to be in a Mind Game Ship situation with the entire human race. Izaya/Shizuo seems to be the most popular, though Izaya/Mikado, Izaya/Masaomi, and Izaya/Namie also seem to have a degree of popularity, while Izaya/Anri, Izaya/Shinra, Izaya/Dotachin, Izaya/Rio, Izaya/Either or both of his sisters, Izaya/fem!Izaya, Izaya/Celty and Izaya/Celty's Severed Head (yes, those are two completely separate pairings) are not unknown.
There's also a small minority of people who ship Izaya/Prussia.
To be quite honest Erika and Walker are responsible for perpetuating a lot of the ships with their own otaku fangirl/boy squealings, particularly Shizaya.
Shizuo: I'm off to Shinjuku to kill Izaya...I'll be back
Erika: Oh man this is so cool! Shizu~chan totally has the hots for Izaya! Boy on boy love is so much fun, I love it!
Rest of Cast: NOT HAPPENING!
Mikado has his fair share of ships too. Despite his timid demeanour, he is paired with every cast member too. His canonical love interest, Anri, and his best friend ,Kida, are the two most prominent, but there is also a strong following for Mikado/Celty and Mikado/Izaya. The latter is especially focused on by readers of the light novels which also leads to a strong following of Mikado/Aoba and Mikado/Orihara Twins.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Madoka Kaname has been shipped with Mami, Homura, Sayaka, her long-haired self from the opening animation... Just to put this into perspective: this is before even half the show's (12-episode) run has passed. Shippers work quickly nowadays. It's not particularly surprising or weird, given that Madoka/Sayaka's joked about in-show, Homura is very strongly implied to be in love with Madoka, and the ending is screwy enough for Madoka/Madoka to be Foe Yay.
Sayaka gets shipped with theotherfourgirls, and adds Hitomi and Kyousuke to the mix. Some even toss Nagisa in there.
You might think Homura's obsession with Madoka would make her avoid this trope... nope. Homura/Madoka is the most popular pairing, but fanart and/or fanfics can be found pairing her with any of the other magical girls, Hitomi (a secondary character), her devil form, etc., often based on a single canon interaction. The whole show is pretty deep into Gotta Ship Em All territory.
Ciel himself has been shipped with many characters. By many, it's many. MANY, MANY, MANY. EVEN MORE THAN SEBASTIAN TYPE OF MANY. Just sayin'.(the fact that he generates a lot of Hoyay with people like Sebastian, what with all those innuendos, and whatnot the Undertaker, Lau, Sohma, Snake, Arthur, Alois, Claude, McMillan, and Edgar most definitely helped with this). He's not a slacker in the heterosexual department either (usually Elizabeth, Ran-Mao, or Doll).
Tiger & Bunny fans are fond of these ships; Antonio/Ivan, Keith/Ivan, Pao-Lin/Ivan, Karina/Ivan, Barnaby/Ivan, Yuri/Ivan, Scarf-tan/Ivan...Guess which one of them is the launcher here?
Though Kotetsu is overwhelmingly paired with Barnaby, it isn't unusual to see people cop to shipping "Everyone->Kotetsu."
Blue Exorcist's Rin Okumura is frequently shipped with his twin Yukio, Bon, Shima and his brothers, Mephisto and Amaimon by Pixiv users. Incidentally he is voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto who also voiced the aforementioned Ivan...
Saber from Fate/stay night. Oh my Gosh, Saber. Although she has only one single canon love interest (the protagonist and her master Shirou), it is hard enough to find material that ships her with him. The reason? She can be paired with everyone! This includes ships like Saber/Rin (which is supposedly even canon in one ending, where we end with One True Threesome with these two and Shirou), Saber/Archer (who is Shirou's future self, so it's semi-canon, too), Saber/Rider, Saber/Caster, Saber/Gilgamesh, Saber/Excalibur and practically Saber/insert somebody or something that hasn't been mentioned yet here.
And then, Fate/Zero rolls around and reveals the events of the already finished fourth Holy Grail war. The most important thing for shippers, though, is that Saber also participated in this war. Besides adding a lot of extra material for Saber/Gilgamesh (who in this war is Archer) shippers, there are so many new possibilities, (because just about everybody seems to be interested in her) like Saber/Lancer (whose relationship is bordering on Battle Couple), Saber/Irisviel, Saber/Rider, Saber/Berserker, Saber/Caster (who sees in her his Identical Stranger friend, Jeanne d'Arc) and again, many, many other possibilities. King of Knights, eh? More like King of Sex Gods.
Tsubomi Hanasaki, the main character of HeartCatch Pretty Cure!, has been shipped with every single one of her teammates in addition to several supporting characters characters and a few of the villains. Itsuki, who is canonically popular with the ladies, also receives this treatment.
Doki Doki Pretty Cure's lead character, Mana Aida, has moments of Les Yay with all of the other girls in her team in addition to one of the villains and her own fairy. Naturally, she's shipped with all of them, and jokes about "Mana's harem" abound within the fandom. One of the other Cures, Makoto, is this to a lesser extent - she's usually shipped with Mana, Princess Marie-Ange, or her own fairy partner, but it isn't unheard of to find fanart pairing her off with one of the other girls.
Revolutionary Girl Utena: Akio. Akio will sleep with everyone; Akio probably has slept with everyone. There's Anthy, too, considering she's the Rose Bride and it's her obligation to act as a fiancée to whoever wins the duels. Utenaherselfdoesn'tescape this.
Haikyuu!!: Hinata's ability to befriend anyone makes it easy to ship him with literally anyone, not to mention the fact that shippers dig the height difference between him and all of the other characters.
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun has Mikoto Mikoshiba, AKA Mikorin. On the official fanbook's pairing poll, right after the three official pairings are: Sakura & Mikoshiba, Nozaki & Mikoshiba, Mikoshiba & Kashima, and Mikoshiba & Hori. Of particular note is that he is shipped with characters of both sexesnote Nozaki and Hori are male; Sakura and Kashima are female, and the canon gave no Ship Tease to any of these pairings.
Free!: Rin Matsuoka seems to have the widest diversity in ships out of anyone in the series. It's not really a surprise, considering he's the one character who knows pretty much everyone in the cast and is the bridge between Iwatobi and Samezuka.
Midoriya, the main character of My Hero Academia. While canon hints he's having a crush on Uraraka, in fanon he has been paired with nearly everyone he's interacted with. Uraraka and Tsuyu are the most common partners in the heterosexual ships. While in the homosexual ships, Bakugou and Todoroki are the most common ones, and sometimes he's also paired with All Might and Shinsou. Iida is surprisingly rarely paired, despite being one of his closest friends, probably because he's too busy shipped with Uraraka so Midoriya can get paired with other character. Update: Iida/Midoriya has recently started getting a following too, mostly on Twitter and Archive of Our Own.
Red from Pokémon Adventures is usually shipped with Yellow, Blue, or Green however he is shipped with various other Pokedex Holders as well.
For that matter, Yellow herself, perhaps to an even greater extent. She's been shipped with Red, Blue, Green, Gold, Silver, Bill, Wally, among others.
Dazai Osamu from Bungou Stray Dogs. Dazai/Chuya and Dazai/Atsushi are the most common, but he's also been paired off with Akutagawa, Kunikida, Odasaku, Ango... even some rarepairs like Dazai/Ranpo, Dazai/Fyodor, and Dazai/Tachihara.
The titular protagonist of Yona of the Dawn falls under this trope within the fandom. She's most commonly paired with her canonical Love Interest Hak; but it's also not uncommon to see her paired with Jaeha, Shinah, Kija, occasionally Zeno note He tends to be least commonly shipped with Yona (or anyone else, for that matter) due to his almost fatherly nature toward the rest of the group, as well as due to the existence of his wife Kaya, Yun, Lili, and even the series main antagonist, Su-won.