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[[caption-width-right:350:An [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Egyptian cat goddess]], a FallenAngel, TheFairFolk, a reanimated scarecrow with a pumpkin head, two living gargoyles, some living nightmares, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking some broody-looking guy by the fountain]]... and that's only scratching the surface.]]

->'''Monkey God:''' OK, my turn? Ninjas.\\
'''Freya:''' What? Hey, we all agreed on this medieval knights-and-wizards theme!\\
'''Monkey God:''' So? It's my turn, my choice, I say: NINJA!
-->-- ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' (scene from the creation of the world), [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0274.html strip #274]]

What happens when AllMythsAreTrue is turned UpToEleven? You get a Fantasy Kitchen Sink! Everything is true, even if it comes from vastly different origins. So not only are there really [[TheFairFolk fairies]], there are [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampires]], [[WolfMan werewolves]], {{mumm|y}}ies, [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]], {{alien|Tropes}}s, {{time travel|Tropes}}ers, [[PsychicPowers espers]], [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{god}}s, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, {{Precursors}}, [[FunctionalMagic magic]], and so on. Generally a sure sign of it is when creatures from typically different genres (Sci-Fi, Horror, and Fantasy) all exist within the same world with [[CrossoverCosmology individual origins of their own]], each implausible in their own way -- leading up to a long series of [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief suspensions of disbelief]] rather than just one.

In general when you have a Fantasy Kitchen Sink, the premise is mostly used for MonsterOfTheWeek plots -- where there's one MythArc that focuses on a [[MacGuffin fantastic]] [[AppliedPhlebotinum element]] and a bunch of totally unrelated sub-arcs about various lesser creatures or beings. There's no overlap between the different genre creatures. The alien bounty hunters do not run into the vampires, the angels, or the superhuman (non-alien involvement) mutants; only the main characters. It's as if there are a bunch of disconnected secret [[MirrorUniverse worlds]] lurking [[DarkWorld under]] and [[SpiritWorld above]] the surface of the real world and the heroes are [[BrokenMasquerade the only ones who go between them]]. Occasionally, they do interact in the form of a MonsterMash. The AncientConspiracy really are behind everything... but so are TheFairFolk, the {{Body Snatcher}}s, and the {{Time Travel}}ers and their plans don't have ''any'' connection with each other. For example, the WitchSpecies never accidentally [[LaserGuidedAmnesia erase the memories of the supernatural]] of, say, someone who's secretly a {{Ninja}} or vice versa; no matter how indiscriminate either are at enforcing the {{Masquerade}}.

Compare this to, for instance, the various ''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Franchise/StargateVerse'' series, or ''Series/BabylonFive'', where the "magical" aspects are AppliedPhlebotinum or the SufficientlyAdvancedAlien. They [[MagicFromTechnology aren't "real" magic.]] There are PsychicPowers, but they are given a [[HollywoodScience pseudoscientific]] {{Technobabble}} explanation. If the Science Fiction series does have bona fide magic, like ''Franchise/StarWars'', it's ScienceFantasy.

The opposite of MetaOrigin, in which all of the supernatural elements of a setting come from the same single origin or event. Inevitably results in at least one character who's SeenItAll. If the fantasy elements are used to explain how reality really works, it leads to discovering the MagicalUnderpinningsOfReality.

Compare SciFiKitchenSink, AllMythsAreTrue, CrossoverCosmology, WorldOfWeirdness, DominoRevelation and AnachronismStew. May combine with CrapsackWorld if the Fantasy Kitchen Sink has elements of the DarkerAndEdgier. IfJesusThenAliens is the logic used creating this world. Of course, tends to result in PalsWithJesus and MonsterRoommate after a while.

[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] the '''literal''' [[KitchenSinkIncluded fictional kitchen sinks]].


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In Manga/BlueExorcist every mythical creature from every religion or every folklore is a demon from Gehenna. The term "demon" is used to refer to all the supernatural beings wether they are malevolent or not. Basically most demons are present in the region from which their myth come from. Just to name a few there are ghosts, ghouls, zombies, goblins, krakens, classical demons, dolls, death angels,
* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'':
** Negi Springfield slowly discovers that his class of 31 "{{ordinary|HighSchoolStudent}}" middle-school girls includes a {{ridiculously human|robots}} [[BattleButler combat]] [[RobotGirl robot]], a [[CuteGhostGirl ghost]], [[SealedBadassinaCan a depowered formerly uber-powerful]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]/wizardess, a [[CuteWitch Sorceress]]-in-training or three (well, it does once he starts training them, anyway), a {{Ninja}}, a [[AnimeChineseGirl kung-fu master]], a [[SchoolgirlLesbians lesbian]] [[HeroicAlbino albino]] [[HalfHumanHybrid half-Tengu]] {{samurai}} [[BodyguardCrush bodyguard]], ''two'' {{Mad Scientist}}s [[spoiler:(one of whom is apparently his {{Time Travel}}ling [[LukeIAmYourFather descendant]] from [[HumanAliens another planet]])]], a [[ButNotTooForeign half-Puertorican half-demon]] {{Miko}}/[[HiredGuns mercenary]] [[TheGunslinger marksman]], a [[NunsAreFunny Nun]]/Wizardess, a potential [[HealingHands healer]] [[SchoolgirlLesbians lesbian]] {{Ojou}}, and [[SilentBob Zazie]] [[DarkSkinnedBlond Rainyday]] ([[spoiler:a demon princess]]) -- plus the secrets Asuna's forgotten history holds ([[spoiler:specifically, magical princess in exile]]). Just to add some spice, at least two of the girls have connections to his [[DisappearedDad long-missing father]], and unknown to him another is a relative! Negi himself, a [[TeenGenius pre-teen prodigy]] wizard, son of a legendary [[MagicKnight magical war hero]], who knows kung fu (and [[spoiler: was (unknown to him) a prince]]), who's in the process of training himself up to be an Epic Hero. That's not even counting the other characters in this series, like a famous gladiator/human WMD, and a dog hanyou. TasteTheRainbow!
** Plus whatever the deal is with Ako (scar), Akira (super abilities), and Sakurako ([[BornLucky unnatural luck]]).
*** It's even lampshaded at one point, as Mana had figured that [[spoiler: Zazie Rainyday]] ''couldn't'' be normal simply because hardly anybody in the class was.
** The school itself has the WorldTree, GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, WizardingSchool(s), and an engineering club that builds HumongousMecha for the SchoolFestival. And this is in our normal world; the ENTIRE [[AnotherDimension Magic World]] is like this!
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'': At various points we've had psychics, aura, ghosts, HumongousMecha, Magic (albeit very little), HardLight Holograms, at least one superhero (albeit an aged Franchise/{{Batman}} parody), ToonPhysics, WeirdScience, Cloning, Pirates, Ninjas and a talking cat. And that's just the stuff that doesn't apply to the Pokémon themselves (though most of these do).
* The title character of ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' may well have [[spoiler:reformatted her universe in order to make a Fantasy Kitchen Sink possible, because she considered any other kind of world too boring]]. In effect, ''almost everybody'' in her class turned out to be some kind of alien or supernatural, and {{fandom}} has doubts about those who haven't yet. [[TokenHuman Except Kyon, who is confirmed to be perfectly normal]], [[EpilepticTrees but fandom doesn't entirely trust that]].
* ''Anime/MagicalPokaan'' qualifies from the get-go - a werewolf, a vampire, an android and a witch (all of them {{Cute Monster Girl}}s) living together in one house. The show then goes on to throw in tanuki, aliens, snow people, and anything else [[GagSeries for the sake of comedy]].
* ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'': let's see...super-human butlers, Robots, {{Talking Animal}}s, TimeTravel, {{Miko}}, [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Vampire Mikos]], ghosts, demons, demonic snakes, aliens, and [[Myth/ClassicalMythology whatever Athena is.]]
* ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' has main character Tsukune attending a school with, amongst others, vampires, witches, succubi, and emo ice-women--all of whom seem to want him.
* Judging by the shared characters, ''Kon Kon Kokon'', ''Manga/KamichamaKarin'', and ''Doki-doki Tama-tan'' all take place in the same universe/timeline. Which is odd, because ''Kokon'' has {{obake}}, ''Kamikarin'' has magical [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Greek God]] rings and [[spoiler:human cloning]], and ''Tama-tan'' is something to do with alien {{Moon Rabbit}}s and magical princess school.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'': a {{Shinigami}} runs a [[ExtranormalInstitute supernatural school]] which encounters a cat that turns into a busty woman, an undead mummy pharaoh, an immortal werewolf with a magical eye, an ancient vampire, [[EldritchAbomination Insanity Incarnate]], an ancient Golem, and truckloads of witches. Gets extra points for ''staging them all on this Earth''.
* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' gives you your robots (Andromon, Metalwhatevermon), your funny animals (Terriermon, Gatomon), your furries (Renamon, Leomon, Weregarurumon), your aliens (Vademon), your angels (Angemon, Angewomon, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Magnaangemon, Lucemon), your dragons (Seadramon, Greymon, Magnadramon, Azulongmon) your demons (Devimon, Ladydevimon, Icedevimon, Skullsatamon, Marinedevimon, Daemon, Beelzemon), your {{Eldritch Abomination}}s (Apocalymon, D-Reaper), your vampires (Myotismon), your phoenixes (Birdramon, Xiuqiaomon)...yeah, something for everybody. Even snowmen like Frigimon.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' in part plays this straight, and in part allows it to be through the AppliedPhlebotinum of the Devil Fruits. The Devil Fruits enable such things as Zombies, a Thunder God, living weapons, teleportation, Medusa, beastmen crosses with various species, living skeletons, and other mythical/fantastic concepts. Fantasy concepts in the series existing entirely independently of Devil Fruits include Fishmen, Merfolk, Sea Monsters, PettingZooPeople, people from the moon (who have stunted wings), and Cyborgs. It's almost a NinjaPirateZombieRobot world, except for the Ninja.
** And it's only a matter of time before ninjas are introduced.
*** An island with Samurai has been confirmed, ninjas are a good bet
*** Yep, there's a Ninja. His name's Raizou.
* One episode of ''Anime/FlintTheTimeDetective'' had the characters going back to meet Creator/HansChristianAndersen. Due to magic, all his characters (well, at least the non-nightmarish ones) came out of their stories and interacted with the protagonists...[[MindScrew which made things kinda confusing.]]
* So far, the [[TheVerse Naritaverse]] (which includes ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'', ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'', ''Vamp'', and ''Etsusa Bridge'') has included or confirmed the existence of [[AlchemyIsMagic alchemy]], [[OurHomunculiAreDifferent homunculi]], TheFairFolk ([[HeadlessHorseman dullahans, specifically]]), [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], {{Talking Weapon}}s, [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent werewolves]], inexplicably superpowered humans (read: [[SuperStrength Shizuo]] [[NighInvulnerability Heiwajima]]), {{Eldritch Abomination}}s (both {{humanoid|Abomination}} and decidedly un-humanoid. Cthulhu himself hasn't made any appearances, but there's a sentient black hole named Hawking somewhere out in space, and an {{Expy}} of Nyarlathotep is hanging out in [[TheMafia the Camorra]]), and possibly {{Valkyries}} (supposedly, [[spoiler:dullahans]] are fallen ones).
* ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie'' has the protagonist, who is a zombie thanks to a necromancer he met. Later he meets a MagicalGirl fighting monsters and accidentally takes her power, allowing him to be a Magical Girl himself. Then there are the feuding [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire]] [[GratuitousNinja ninjas]]...
* ''Manga/{{Gantz}}''. Oku seems to include everything that comes to his mind in the series.
* The Creator/{{Toonami}} [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzmNRv7yVfk promo]] for ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' makes the anime have something like this.
-->'''Announcer:''' Tenchi will enter a world where alien princesses traverse the galaxy in living ships. {{Space pirates}} plunder at will. And [[SpacePolice Galaxy Police]] patrol the stars, protecting the innocent. He'll have to deal with {{bounty hunter}}s, [[SealedEvilInACan ancient demons]], {{mad scientist}}s... and [[HotSpringsEpisode shared bathroom time]].
* ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' has devils, angels, fallen angels, Myth/NorseMythology, Myth/GreekMythology, Myth/HinduMythology, dragons, humans descending from heroes of long ago, Myth/JapaneseMythology, and the most ridiculous one being [[spoiler: ''a breast god'']]!
* ''Manga/SilentMobius'' centers on a Cyborg, a Mage, a Psychic, a Miko, and a Technomancer fighting a demonic invasion under the command of one of said demons' half-human spawn.
* ''Manga/DragonBall'' built its early popularity off of this trope and every since then has ''thrived'' off this trope. Lets see, we have: Mummies who are martial artists, vampires, talking cats that can shape shift into anything, super alien humans that can transform into giant apes, mermaids, slug-like humanoids who can regenerate limbs, demons, angels, ghosts, fairies, pirate robots, talking dragons that can grant wishes and talking rabbits that can turn ''anything'' into a carrot by touching it... oh, and they also live on the ''moon.'' To put this into perspective, look at the amount of races there are in Dragon Ball, [[http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Race it's a lot]]. And there are still '''[[UpToEleven many other unnamed races]]'''.
* ''Manga/YuushaGojoKumiaiKouryuugataKeijiban'' starts off with characters from a medieval fantasy genre and a couple of modern-day earthlings communicating with each other via a high tech, inter-dimensional message board. The story soon makes it clear that ''any'' sort of hero is welcome on the board, and it isn't long before samurais, detectives, mechas, battle maids, pilots, and magical girls enter the forum to join in on the conversations.
* ''Manga/KeymanTheHandOfJudgement'' has beastmen, superheroes, monsters and witches. [[spoiler: It is revealed, however, that they all share a MetaOrigin.]]
* [[Manga/ICantUnderstandWhatMyHusbandIsSaying Most]] [[Manga/{{Fullmapla}} of]] [[Manga/{{Ojojojo}} the]] [[Manga/KomorisanCantDecline works]] Creator/CoolKyouShinsha writes appear to be SliceOfLife stories set in the real world but they all are part of TheVerse, and at least two of them delve into the supernatural. ''Manga/MononokeSharing'' is all about a girl living with {{Youkai}} and ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' is about dragons who come from a world where every other monster, god, or demon you could imagine lives (possibly PettingZooPeople as well depending on whether or not ''Frau Rabbit'' takes place there).
* The first nineteen chapters of ''Manga/TakeoChanBukkairoku'' focus exclusively on Japanese mythology and youkai. Starting with chapter twenty, a European vampire moves in next door with his harem of western monster girls (including a Frankenstein's monster, a werewolf, and a medusa) with an eye towards making Takeo his next bride.
* ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' --
** The "Science Side" alone includes PsychicPowers, HumongousMecha, {{Cyborg}}s, {{Artificial Human}}s, clones, genetically modified {{Talking Animal}}s, and weapons straight out of science fiction. This is due to the fact that the setting, Academy City, is [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture 20 to 30 years ahead]] of the rest of the world in technological development. And the majority of its residents are [[ImprobableAge superpowered schoolkids]], who treat such things as part of [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight everyday life]]. The "Magic Side" includes... [[ExactlyWhatItsaysOnTheTin ma]][[RuleMagic gic]], [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]], [[AllMythsAreTrue Gods and legendary weapons from every known mythology and religion]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]], and magical ChurchMilitant organizations (one of which includes a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Japanese-Anglican, katana-wielding]] [[TheChosenOne Saint]]). Then there are the people known as "Gemstones" who are born with unique powers naturally and belong to neither side, and [[HumanoidAbomination whatever]] [[spoiler: Aiwass]] is.
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia:'' God, Santa Claus, [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies]], [[{{Unicorn}} unicorns]], [[AllTrollsAreDifferent trolls]], Kappa and other {{Youkai}}, [[TalkingAnimal talking animals]], at least two different species of aliens, ghosts, [[BlackMagic magic]], and [[AlternateUniverse alternate universes]] all exist, in addition to the stars of the series, [[AnthropomorphicPersonification personified nations]]. Calling it a WorldOfWeirdness would be an [[{{Understatement}} understatement]].
* Transformed Magical Girls in ''LightNovel/MagicalGirlRaisingProject'' can be nearly anything, including, but not limited to, a ninja, dragon knight, robot, angel, elf, doll, centaur, samurai, pirate, stage magician, genie, vampire, or plant.
* ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' has vampires, fortune gods, aliens, a GenderBender werewolf, time travellers (one of whom is also a ninja), demons, a succubus and a yuki-onna among the cast.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* The Franchise/MarvelUniverse is undoubtedly a Fantasy Kitchen Sink, and is quite happy to have ComicBook/IronMan beat up on ComicBook/{{Loki}}, or have the ComicBook/SilverSurfer take on Dracula, if it feels [[RuleOfCool it'll make a good story]]. Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian, Franchise/{{Transformers}}, Franchise/{{Godzilla}}, and Franchise/{{Zoids}} all used to be part of the Marvel Universe and elements from those series are still floating around occasionally bumping into the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk, ComicBook/GhostRider, or the ComicBook/FantasticFour. Marvel's very first character was [[ComicBook/SubMariner Namor]], the UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity-hating king of {{Atlantis}}, and his nemesis was a fire-shooting android. While characters from completely different genres usually don't mix, and lighter series don't usually cross over with the grimmer ones, nothing is ever off limits.
** ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' has particular fun with this, with the original main villain group consisting of two wizards, two mutants, two aliens, two time travelers, two mad scientists, and two BadassNormal crime bosses. ''By design''.
** Lampshaded in issue #4 of the miniseries ''Wisdom.''
--->'''Maureen Raven:''' Oh, for God's sake, the I Ching is true? Is there anything that ''isn't'' true?
** Kieron Gillen's ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'' and ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'' also have fun with this. In the former, as well as Norse mythology, Loki teams up with the Son of Satan, fights Fear Lords, goes on a wetwork mission in Otherworld to deal with British mythology, encounters the ComicBook/NewMutants, and regularly crosses paths with Mephisto. The latter continues his story, now teaming him up with humanoid aliens, human mutants, dimension hopping street kid, and a [[BadassNormal girl with a bow]], while the main plot revolves around one of the kids' destiny as the Demiurge, the being destined to 're-write the rules of reality and magic'.
* Creator/DCComics is not much different. It has Greek and Roman gods, wizards, Faeries, aliens, Dinosaur Island, [[ComicBook/TheWarlord sword-and-sorcery tales]], Franchise/DocSavage, the guy from ''Gladiator'' (the [[Literature/{{Gladiator}} superhuman novel]], not the [[Film/{{Gladiator}} anachronistic movie]]), Radio/TheShadow, ten different versions of {{Atlantis}}, mind-controlling worms, pre-human civilizations, sentient robots, AncientAstronauts, ComicBook/AmbushBug, Comicbook/FlexMentallo, metafiction, the [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]], normal guys with arrows and boomerangs who can defeat Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/TheFlash, and on and on and on. There was also mention, in-universe, of there being full-scale battles fought between the angelic hosts of Heaven and the more villainous aspects of the Hindu pantheon at some point.
** ''Comicbook/TheSandman'' universe (or sub-universe), from the Sandman comics by Creator/NeilGaiman. But it works, simply by the RuleOfCool. It helps that it's split off from (and may be part of, depending on how convenient it is for a given storyline) Franchise/TheDCU.
* The comic ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'' is a great example of this trope, with a few flavors of aliens, were-creatures, dragons, leprechauns, elves, trolls, genetically engineered races, races descended from advanced robots, a time traveling super-intelligent dog, and a dozen other things. Quite often their origins are related but it never nears the level of a MetaOrigin.
* ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' draws upon this, however averts it with the different fables being able to interact with each other.
* Mike Mignola's ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}'' comics stitch together Nazis, mad scientists, mythical monsters and folklore from all over the world (he used to be part of the Legend-verse, which included Creator/FrankMiller's ''Comicbook/TheBigGuyAndRustyTheBoyRobot'', Art Adams' ''Monkeyman And O'Brien'', John Byrne's '' Danger Unlimited'' and ''Babe'', and Mike Allred's ''ComicBook/{{Madman}}''.)
* Carla Speed-[=McNeil=] describes her ComicBook/{{Finder}} series as "aboriginal sci-fi", set in a world of feathered dinosaurs, genetically engineered centaurs, a race of anthropomorphic lionesses that "crowns" their kings with a metamorphic virus, schools where you can major in prostitution, domed cities based on lost technology, a blind archaeology professor who wears prosthetic legs similar to an ostrich's, mechanical television kudzu, and a clan that appears to be all female and resembles Marlene Dietrich. Oh, and magic is real (albeit not as glamorous as in other worlds.) The whole thing may or may not be set on an Earth of the far-flung future, as archaeologists have dug up films like "Night Of The Hunter" and "The Producers".
* ComicBook/{{Purgatori}} from Creator/ChaosComics starts off as a human angel hybrid living in ancient Egypt who gets bit by a vampire and becomes...something not a vampire. She meets demons, monster clowns, death spirits, and the devil, all to be expected but not next to Norse gods.
* No matter what the incarnation, ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' lives and breathes this trope. During its formative period, the original Mirage Comic had already established a universe with ninjas, aliens, mutants, time travel, demons, and super-heroes. While they were initially kept somewhat separate, they began interacting following a BrokenMasquerade moment in the fourth volume of the comic book. The fifth season finale of ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'', for example, involved superheroes, government agents and ninjas fighting against ancient Japanese demons and their zombie army.
* ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' graphic novels incorporate absolutely ''anything'' Creator/AlanMoore can cram into a panel and not get sued over. However, they all do relate to a certain period of History, or Literary History. He does keep a coherence.
* ''Comicbook/AstroCity'', unsurprisingly for a superhero reconstruction, has time travelers, vampires, ghosts, robots, living cartoon characters, reptilian monsters, aliens, storm elementals and ''gorillas with the heads of ants''.
* "The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec", by Jaques Tardi, features crazy scientists, demonic cults, Dinosaurs brought to life, a Neanderthal, Mummies (brought back to life), dead people brought back to life, and it is linked to WWII and the Titanic. You might not believe it by reading this, but it does make sense in context.
* ''ComicBook/IZombie'' has the titular zombie, a ghost, a group of vampires, and a were-terrier. And this is all in the first two issues.
* The ''CVO: Covert Vampiric Operations'' series has this at its core. The titular squad of vampires fights all sorts of supernatural threats. In fact, the only major human member of CVO is their boss Overmars, whose orders the vampires follow without question (most of the time). Overmars's NumberTwo is an [[WickedCultured erudite demon]] named Nikodemus (who looks a little weird, being all red with large horns while wearing a suit). Their scientific expert is a nerdy zombie (who hasn't lost his mind or gained a taste for human flesh). In later issues, they get two more operatives, one of which is a human GeniusBruiser the size of a defensive lineman and a Japanese [[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]]-wielding girl who can [[VoluntaryShapeshifting turn into]] a [[SnakePeople snake-like creature]] complete with SssssnakeTalk. Their normal enemies include everything from zombies and demons to aliens and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They also have MagiTek called Artillica, which appears to be the focus of many issues.
** The series lends itself to a number of {{crossover}}s. The ''Infestation'' arc starts with a new type of zombie with a HiveMind, capable of infecting any living or mechanical being, which infects one of the CVO vampires and uses her to open portals to four other realities. Conveniently, these realities turn out to be those with which we are familiar: ''Franchise/StarTrek'', ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'', and ''Franchise/GIJoe''. In each reality, our favorite characters have to fight off zombie infections, which take different forms in each world. So if you've ever asked yourself, WhatIf Kirk found himself on a planet full of zombies, or what if you had a zombie infection spread to giant robots requiring Optimus Prime to ally with Megatron, then this series is for you.
** Following this, there's the ''Infestation: Outbreak'' mini-arc, which has aliens allying with demons to escape from the first circle of Hell and invade Earth. The CVO team requires the help of the little grey alien Archibald from the ''GroomLake'' series (apparently, the guy leading the invasion is his drunk uncle Ng, who managed to escape from the [[{{Area 51}} facility]]).
** Finally, they find out that the aliens and demons weren't invading. They were trying to escape an invasion of their own realm by the [[EldritchAbomination Elder Gods]]. Creator/HPLovecraft is mentioned to have been under control from an Elder God when he wrote his ''Franchise/CthulhuMythos'' before a member of a secret society dedicated to keeping the Elder Gods locked away poisoned him. Oh, and this once again causes rips in dimensions, forcing other realities to deal with the Elder Gods as well: ''Franchise/GIJoe'', ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', and ''Comicbook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|IDW}}''.
* ''ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'' has demons under the mad god Chaos, Aztec and Egyptian deities, Arabic djinn, and more. Notably, as she was a horror comic created in 1969 that Vampirella actually predates a lot of other more mainstream comics in mixing these elements in a serious fashion.
* ''ComicBook/DeRodeRidder'' has seen our hero Johan fight monsters from TheBible, Myth/NorseMythology, Myth/GreekMythology, Myth/JapaneseMythology, Myth/SlavicMythology and several other sources. He was once a knight of the round table, was trained by samurai and ninja when he explored Nippon and counts {{Myth/Merlin}} and [[Myth/KingArthur Lancelot]] as his closest friends. A healthy dose of Tolkien sauce is added for flavor as well.
* ''ComicBook/RequiemVampireKnight'' takes place in a hell-like dimension where people on Earth reincarnate as different kinds of monsters depending on their kinds of sins: the most despicable of all become vampires (the ruling elite), hypocrites become ghouls, religious fanatics are werewolves, rapists are centaurs, imperialists are lizard men, evil scientists are mummies and so forth. What happens to people who did evil by accident? They become zombies, while those victimized by vampires in life also become trapped in this world as tortured spirits. Since time is non-linear, beings from Earth's distant future can also find their way into this realm such as mutants from 23rd Century London.
* ''ComicBook/AlphaGods'' has the Extra Humans. "Extra human" being an umbrella term that covers cyborgs, ghosts, aliens, mutants, lycanthropes and several others.
* ''ComicBook/PathfinderWorldscape'' takes place in an alternate dimension that draws beings from all over TheMultiverse and as a result its home to pre-historic barbarians, jungle heroes, immortal humans, adventurers from fantasy worlds, elves, dwarves, Martians, evil sorcerers, demigods, snake-people and so forth. This also includes individuals from all over Earth history like Confederate soldiers, Romans, UsefulNotes/VladTheImpaler and Elizabeth Bathory.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/LostTalesOfFantasia'' incorporates [[ReferenceOverdosed every]] work Creator/{{Disney}} has ever released, so naturally it becomes this trope. So far it has included fairies, wizards, mermaids, devils, demons, [[SpaceWhale star-whales]], dragons, [[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppets]], [[MadScientist Mad Science]], superheroes, ThoseWackyNazis with [[StupidJetpackHitler super-science]] and [[{{Ghostapo}} magic]], talking animals, and [[PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea Pon]][[OurZombiesAreDifferent yos]].
** Its sister story, ''It's a Small World University'', adds cyborgs and aliens to the mix.
* ''Fanfic/ACrownOfStars'': Let’s see: Shinji and Asuka piloted HumongousMecha where their mothers’ souls were locked to fight giant alien monsters spawned by an ancient EldritchAbomination. Then they met Daniel, a GodEmperor of an alternate dimension had ascended to godhood hundreds of millennia ago and ruled a chunk of TheMultiverse. They travelled at their dimension called Avalon where they met his wife –a witch queen had also ascended to a higher plane of existence eons ago-. As they rested and healed in a RingWorldPlanet they met and befriended humans, genetically-enhanced humans, aliens, people with PsychicPowers, shape-shifters, beast-men… and later they returned to their world to free the post-apocalyptic wastelands from a bunch of bloody dictators, leading an army armed with {{Powered Armor}}s, HumongousMecha, TransformingMecha… Regrettably they could not drive through the inter-dimensional gate the giant space-ships and jet fighters.
* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' gleefully runs with this - unsurprising since two of the major canons involved are the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and Literature/HarryPotter, with significant influences from the main Marvel Universe and ''ComicBook/TheSandman'', all with considerable infusions and twists from various aspects of mythology, history and religion.
* According to {{Creator/Voltalia}}'s [[http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2288836/Voltalia-the-Majestic-One FanFiction.net profile]], the [[CrossOver crossover universe]] for all of her fanfics is this.
* ''FanFic/GoddessRebornChronicle'' is this, which is fitting due to its parent series being ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei''. In-story, it combines elements of ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' and ''TabletopGame/TheWorldOfDarkness'', each of which are also fantasy kitchen sinks, if focusing on different mythologies.
* ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'': Let's see, we have a [[spoiler:HalfHumanHybrid]] superhero, cybernetic HumongousMecha,[[spoiler: aliens, more cyborgs, supervillains, SpacePolice, brief mention of Atlantis, Amazons, a magical ritual, powerful space gods]]... yep, this story qualifies.
* This trope basically defines ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'', combining pretty much everything the author could think of - from magic to demons to angels to Lovecraftian horrors to spaceships.
* ''Fanfic/SOE2LoneHeirOfKrypton'': This is a crossover between a SuperRobotGenre show and ''Franchise/TheDCU''. You have a genetically engineered HalfHumanHybrid superheroine and HumongousMecha pilot that fights {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, {{Robeast}}s, aliens, super-computers, has teamed up with an Amazon, has met space gods...
* ''The Elder Scrolls: Equestria'' takes the already large kitchen sink that is [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Equestria]] and merges it with ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''' sink, resulting in a world of talking equines, werewolves, thestrals, dragons, and other fantastical sights. Special mention goes to the variety of mythological weapons, which include [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Mjolnir]], Muramasa, and [[Myth/KingArthur Excalibur]] (which fittingly belonged to a king).
* The sheer number of [[ShoutOut Shout-Outs]], crossovers, {{Intercontinuity Crossover}}s, and esoteric references in ''Roleplay/ScaryNewsOutOfTokyo3'' qualifies it for this.
* ''Fanfic/CoreLine'': WhenUniversesCollide, the aftermath is everything ever made for fiction now living in the same universe.

* ''Film/VanHelsing'' takes various monsters from 1940s horror movies and does whatever it likes with them, regardless of the books. Both the Franchise/{{Universal|Horror}} and Film/{{Hammer|Horror}} MonsterMash movies already qualified for this trope, combining several flavors of mythology (vampires, werewolves, mummies) with the proto-scifi FrankensteinsMonster and various MadScientist villains.
* The ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' series and its related films feature dinosaurs that have survived until the present day to be mutated by atomic testing, present-day animals mutated by atomic testing, nearly a dozen different intelligent alien races trying to conquer us with various monsters and HumongousMecha, TimeTravel, mystical creatures and gods of religions that don't really exist, [[Film/GodzillaVsBiollante a massive sentient plant made by mixing a rose's DNA with Godzilla's and giving the result a human soul]], ghosts, [[Film/GodzillaVsHedorah a living pile of sludge]], two unrelated subterranean civilizations, [[Film/FrankensteinConquersTheWorld Frankenstein's monster]], Film/KingKong, humans with powerful psychic powers, a force made of humans born with supernatural strength and agility, [[Film/GodzillaVsMegaguirus a gun that fires black holes]], a giant magic gliding lizard whose very presence creates DramaticWind, a giant walrus(!), Series/{{Ultraman}}-esque superheroes, cyborgs, and so on and so forth.
* ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' has [[spoiler:every monster in existence (or non-existence, whatever) all in one room]].
* The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, much like its original comic book roots, consists of men in suits of armor, aliens, other dimensions, gods, cosmic threats, giants, robots, raging beasts, super soldiers, high-tech spies, magic, and more. ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' is the best example since it combines characters and elements from four different films.
* Similarly, the Film/DCExtendedUniverse follows its base closely, with various alien races, Greek gods, Atlantis, genetic mutants, immortals, spell-casting witches, Aztec fire gods, demons, cyborgs, wormholes, secret government projects, mystic artifacts, extra-dimensional entities, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and]] the goddamn Batman.
* The TV-Movie series ''Film/TheLibrarian'' completely runs on this, especially since it's the Librarian's job to find and store all the world's legendary and mystical items in a hidden underground room in the Metropolitan Public Library so that they're be safe and won't be used for evil purposes. The room literally has everything: Pandora's Box, The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, H.G. Wells' time machine, Excalibur, etc.
* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'', which features Aztec and Greek (Calypso) gods, plus Davy Jones, the Fountain of Youth and working voodoo.
* ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' is explicitly this, common to TwoFistedTales.
-->'''Pooka''': ''[[http://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/malis-islamist-warlord-declares-war-on-the-west.232822/page-4#post-8438425 You know, I kind of want to know how the cosmology of the Indiana Jones-verse works, given that it has, at least, an active Judeo-Christian God, active pagan gods, extraterrestrials, and psychic phenomena. And Nazis EVERYWHERE. It's like freaking Rifts.]]''
* ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina'' isn't a straight example, being a NewOldWest [[JustForFun/XMeetsY slash]] {{Wuxia}} fantasy flick, but it points out the reason that few martial arts films have consistent cosmologies;
-->'''Egg Shen''': Of course the Chinese mix everything up. Look at what we have to work with. There's Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoist alchemy and sorcery. We take what we want and leave the rest. Just like your salad bar.

* ''Literature/AmericanGods'' by Creator/NeilGaiman involves gods and goddesses from several real-world mythologies fighting with various ''new'' deities born out of modern-day obsessions.
* All fiction by N.D. Wilson counts, but especially ''Literature/TheAshtownBurials'', which features Gilgamesh, the original Dracula, Dionysius, and an assortment of obscure Celtic deities rubbing elbows with monks and mad scientists in modern-day Wisconsin.
* Done by Delia Sherman in ''Changeling'' and ''The Magic Mirror of the Mermaid Queen'', set in New York Between, where Folk (supernatural creatures) from many different myth and fairy tale cycles live side by side and frequently interact. Logical, because of New York's multicultural immigrant population.
* [[TheVerse The universe most of]] Creator/ChristopherMoore's stories take place in includes demons, djinns, [[TheTrickster Coyote]], his big brother [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Anubis]], [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires (including vampire rats and cats)]], a cargo cult, a [[TalkingAnimal talking fruit bat]], a SeaMonster, Jesus, underwater HumanoidAliens riding [[OrganicTechnology artificial whales]], [[OurAngelsAreDifferent a not-too-bright angel]], a localized ZombieApocalypse, TheGrimReaper (several actually) and Celtic death goddesses.
* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfAmber'' by Creator/RogerZelazny spans a multiverse in which everything can be found. The first five books focus mostly on fantasy (but include machine guns), whereas the second five contain, among others, a sentient magical supercomputer.
* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfTheImaginariumGeographica''. The entire setting, namely the Archipelago of Dreams, is one of these. Where else could there be Pandora's Box, Centaurs, Elves and Fauns, and Peter Pan just to name a few of many, many things? It's an amalgamation of every single fantasy work EVER.
* At the time Creator/CSLewis wrote ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'', mixing fantasy creatures from different mythologies was not common practice, and raised many eyebrows. His friend [[Creator/JRRTolkien Tolkien]] was especially put off by the idea. For context, Narnia has fauns and satyrs, centaurs, griffins, giants, minotaurs, dwarves, and more.
* ''Literature/DanteValentine'': {{Necromanc|er}}y, HealingHands, UsefulNotes/{{Voudoun}} (including what are apparently tangibly real loas), nature magic, {{golem}}s, [[OurDemonsAreDifferent various types of demon]], [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]], the list goes on. [[ScienceFantasy And this on top of]] ScienceFiction trappings such as {{Hover Board}}s and FrickinLaserBeams.
* Creator/SimonRGreen's ''Literature/{{Deathstalker}}'' series is a Science Fiction Kitchen Sink. Clones, telepaths, aliens, rogue artificial intelligences, [[OurVampiresAreDifferent "Wampyr"]], Wolflings, cyborgs, a DeadlyDecadentCourt with intrigue to match, bounty hunters, smugglers, ancient technology, professional rebels, genetic engineering, super drugs, BreadAndCircuses, and a Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet couple all appear ''in the first half of the first book''.
** There are also ESP, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, alternate universes, a deadly cyberspace Creator/WilliamGibson would shake his head at, nanotechnology, laser guns, personal force fields, the chick way too in love with violence, time travel, AGodAmI, and super-powered government agents. Though a few of those don't show up in the first book.
** Two of Green's other series (''Literature/{{Nightside}}'' and ''Literature/SecretHistories'') also use this trope, and blend all of the above sci-fi elements together with an even ''greater'' diversity of fantasy elements. To put it into perspective: gods, aliens, vampires, time travel, angels, werewolves, superheroes, Arthurian legend, trolls, demons, ghosts, witches, gargoyles, eldritch abominations (Including references to the actual Great Old Ones), Dracula, Carnacki the Ghost Finder, Frankenstein, Jekyll and Hyde, ghouls, and Doctor Who references are just the tip of the iceberg.
* To the utter lack of surprise of many, ''Literature/DigitalDevilStory'', the original source material for the famous ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' video game series, features such specimens as Kerberos, Loki, [[spoiler: Izanami]]and [[spoiler: Set]].
* The ''Literature/DirkGently'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams is characterized by the phrase "everything that mankind had chosen to believe was true": Within the two books there are alien and human ghosts, exploding starships, time travelers, artificial people and horses, inadvertently psychic persons, the Norse gods, and Faustian demons. Well, the monk was artificial, but the horse was real.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'': Among other things it has wizards, witches, dwarves, trolls ([[OurTrollsAreDifferent sentient beings made of rock]]), golems, [[TheFairFolk elves]], gnomes, phoenixes, vampires, werewolves, zombies, [[TheIgor Igors]], time traveling monks, dragons, [[{{Magitek}} a magical computer]], [[AC:{{Death}}]], an orangutan librarian, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, [[TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow Big Green Things With Teeth]], gods, bureaucratic demons, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman Nobby Nobbs]], sentient luggage, [[ThePowerOfRock Music with Rocks In]], heroes, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking kangaroos]]. But the series did start out as a fantasy satire, so fair enough. Given the Discworld Laws of Narrative Causality, and that belief in a thing makes it real, it's not at all surprising that all of this exists at once.
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* Even if they seem inconsistent with ''Literature/TheDivineComedy'''s montheism, all the Roman myths and epics are treated as if they really happened, only with the polytheistic gods generally having their places taken by God. So, it turns out the giants who rose up against Olympus are real and have a place in Hell a little above where Satan suffers and the polytheistic blasphemer is punished even though is blasphemy was against Zeus.
* ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries'': Christianity is all true, but the Angels and Hellians also incorporate some elements unique to Islam and Judaism. Apart from that, there are were-beasts, vampires, TheFairFolk, traditional elves, witches, wicca, wizards, pagan deities, Egyptian and Greek gods, all the creatures of Slavic and European folklore, ghosts and a character descended from Native American shamans.
* In ''Literature/DragonsLexiconTriumvirate'', there is magic, magic books, thunderbirds, and elementals, [[Film/TheWizardOfOz oh my!]]
* Creator/JimButcher's ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' has wizards, all shapes and sizes of [[TheFairFolk faeries]] from tiny dew drops to the most human-like and powerful, [[OurVampiresAreDifferent at least four kinds of vampires]][[note]] The White Court are succubi/incubi and eat emotions. The Red Court are blood drinkers in human-guise with a true form of big bat creature. The Black Court are the ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''-undead kind with aversions to garlic and such. The Jade Court are isolationists so little is known about them. It's possible they are [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiangshi Jiangshi]]. And the author has mentioned at least three more types, but they are weaker than the rest.[[/note]], ghosts, demons, ghouls, {{Skin Walker}}s[[note]] Not the human kind, but a quasi-divine beings that grow more powerful the more they are feared and have an innate ability to know how to cause the maximum suffering in their victims. And [[spoiler:one person who is half-Skin-Walker]][[/note]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent five types of werewolves]][[note]] A ''werewolf'' is a person who can transform into a wolf on their own magic. Forcing the change on the person is against the law. A ''hexenwolf'' is a person who uses a magical artifact to induce the change, but the method is addictive and corrupting. ''Lycanthropes'' are people whose minds become more wolf-like when the moon gets closer to being full but maintain a human body, and are the original berserkers. A loup-garou is a human, subject to a powerful hereditary curse. Under the full moon, he transforms into a demonic man-wolf with enormous speed and strength, as well as immunity to injury by virtually any source except inherited silver. Lastly there are [[spoiler:wolfweres, wolves who can learn magic to become human]][[/note]], a BadassSanta, [[Myth/NorseMythology at least one Norse god and a Valkyrie]], Literature/TheErlking, [[Myth/ClassicalMythology the Greek god Hades]], {{Tengu}}, [[EldritchAbomination Lovecraftian Old Ones]], numerous Christian/Biblical references[[note]]The Nails from the Crucifixion, the noose Judas hung himself on, likely the thirty silver Denarius Judas was paid, Angels of Death, Guardian Angels, Archangels like Uriel, Raphael, and Michael, Fallen Angels including Satan, the plaque, crown, Grail, Shroud, and Spear from the Crucifixion to name a few[[/note]], Loa from UsefulNotes/{{Voudoun}}, BigfootSasquatchAndYeti. Eventually arriving at [[spoiler: Eldritch abominations from outside reality]]. There is at least one example of cross-culture existence with [[spoiler:''Fidelacchius'', which bears a Nail from the Crucifixion,]] is also called [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kusanagi Kusanagi]]. Mostly in the stories, they stick to European mythology, although other creatures from other myths have been mentioned to exist. However, the different races do interact in alliances and power struggles (in the books, at least), and it's ''only'' fantasy; no robots or aliens.
* ''Literature/AnElegyForTheStillLiving'' has knights, dragons, talking houses, sentient oceans, cyborg pigeons, cartwheeling giraffes, {{Anthropomorphic Personification}}s of death, talking dogs, ketchup rivers, a FisherKingdom, hallucinogenic perfumes, characters from Arthurian legend, reincarnation, and more!
* In Creator/KAApplegate's ''Literature/{{Everworld}}'', five high school kids enter a different dimension cobbled together by all of the world's gods and goddesses (and thus all their respective mythologies; there's also the whole thing about "aliens," creatures from other dimensions and ''their'' own gods who have ''also'' wound up in Everworld); however characters associated with these different mythologies frequently interact. Two notable examples from the series come to mind: a plot arc from the first book has the kids find themselves amongst Vikings preparing to attack the Aztecs; the other is a scene from the ninth in which dwarves have dammed up Everworld's version of the Nile (oh, and [[spoiler:Everworld-Egypt has been conquered by Amazons]]). Add to this the fact that the gods are very present (one can climb Mt. Olympus and meet them, for example), and things can get very complicated. Add to that the existence of both Greek and Roman pantheons with Neptune and Poseidon engaged in an eternal turf war because they can't stand each other.
* ''Literature/GarrettPI'' lives in a world where every mythological creature ever conceived (including a few new made up ones) exists.
* ''Literature/TheGolgothaSeries'' includes gods, spirits, and magic from a variety of sources, including Christianity, Chinese mythology, and the Cthulhu Mythos.
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' features witches, wizards, warlocks, hags, ghosts, banshees, broomsticks, giant spiders, magic carpets, werewolves, vampires, various mythical creatures, giants, half-giants, and fairies. They even have their own non-existent creatures such as the Crumple-Horned Snorkack; Hermione scoffs at the notion that the Snorkack should exist [[ArbitrarySkepticism even though she didn't know that witches, wizards, ghosts or monsters existed until she was 11 years old.]]
* Philip Pullman's ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' Trilogy, as you might expect for a series being set in the Omniverse. We have a steampunk-esque alternate earth with Zeppelins, an ambiguously powered psychic-flying-spider-thing, angels (gay ones, no less), witches, gypsies, talking bears, cowboys, the harpies, gun-toting priests, shape-shifting 'daemons' (although definitely not of the satanic variety), ghostly 'spectres' roughly analogous to energy vampires, fairies, whatever the hell the Mulefa are, and God. And that's only what we see. Its implied in the briefly glimpsed culminating battle that there's an awful lot more out there.
* Creator/TomHolt lives on this trope. The same character, Lin Kortright, appears in both a book devoted to a DarkerAndEdgier Valhalla and one dedicated to a [[BlackAndGrayMorality revisionist]] St. George and the Dragon. And the ''Literature/JWWellsAndCo'' novels are even more extreme, throwing in mermaids, living swords, goblins, dragons, the Fey, the Bank of the Dead, [[spoiler: a lich]], giants, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Riders of Rohan, [[spoiler: God]], and a [[spoiler: living stapler]].
* The "Literature/IronDruidChronicles" by KevinHearne features not only Myth/CelticMythology, but also witches, vampires, werewolves, demons, and gods from other pantheons. In fact, EVERY religion is acknowledged as true, and each god has multiple incarnations because people have so many different beliefs about them (unless it's Jesus, who only can take crucifix form for the exact same reason). Thus, the comic book Thor exists as well.
* Literature/JakubWedrowycz has faced or fought genies, demons, vampires (including {{Dracula}} himself), sorcerers, ghosts, imps, dragons, gnomes, evil trees, aliens, merfolk, TheGrimReaper, cavemen, and an undead Vladimir Lenin. And that's still not all.
* Creator/EricFlint's ''Literature/KrimPyramid'' series has a pocket dimension which combines the Greek and Egyptian mythos which is the product of the title piece of technology which is the product of a race of what are either {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s and/or monsters. [[spoiler: Adding to the mess is that at the end of the first book some of the mythological creatures wind up in our world.]]
* Where to begin with the ''Literature/{{Shannara}}'' world? [[OurElvesAreBetter Elves]], Dwarves, Trolls, and Gnomes are just the main species and are considered quite normal, then you toss in remnants of a post-apocalyptic future Earth like an [[AIIsACrapshoot evil supercomputer]] who captured magic users of the Shannara world to recharge its batteries, evil lizard-men, warlocks, witches, werebeasts, shapeshifters, and then the Demons trapped in the Forbidding since Faerie, which consist of every other mythological creature that has ever been conceived.
* Mike Resnick's ''John Justin Mallory'' books take place in an alternate-universe Manhattan which happily incorporates leprechauns, unicorns, ghosts, goblins, vampires, zombies, demons, catgirls, the odd extinct talking animal and much more.
* In Creator/GarthNix's ''Literature/KeysToTheKingdom'', elements of Christian Theology, Ancient Greek Myth, and European folklore are all present in the House (the 'epicentre of creation' wherein the bulk of the story takes place). The protagonist actually meets the Pied Piper, the Mariner (who is ''[[CoolOldGuy awesome]]''), and a towering old man who is suspiciously similar to [[Myth/GreekMythology Prometheus]]. These are all seamlessly blended in with the mythos of the story, and often given an interesting twist.
* The universe of Creator/StephenKing. Vampires, ghosts, aliens, werewolves, tulpas, demons, etc. all exist in King's world and its alternate dimensions.
* Carrie Vaughn's ''Literature/KittyNorville''. What starts off with just werewolves and vampires has to date come to include TheFairFolk, psychics, skinwalkers, real magicians, demons, chaos cults, ghosts, and more. Combine this with the fact AllMythsAreTrue weaves the supernatural into well-known tales of literature and religion, as well as there being an AncientConspiracy behind everything, and you're all set. A particularly effective and even insightful example occurs in book two when Ahmed explains that [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy Daniel of the lion's den was really a werelion]] and Enkidu of ''Gilgamesh'' was a werecreature as well.
-->''This was thousands of years ago, remember. Humankind and animalkind were closer then--our years in the Garden together were not so long ago. And our kind, the lycanthropes, were the bridge between the two...It saddens me that the tribes in this country do not tell the old tales to one another. If we gathered to tell stories and drink more, there would not be so much fighting, yes?''
* Creator/MercedesLackey is in love with this trope. All of her UrbanFantasy, HistoricalFantasy, and her ''[[Literature/TalesOfTheFiveHundredKingdoms 500 Kingdoms]]'' series are one big melting pot for everything from Japanese to Russian myths. Kitsune will exist next to katschei, and sidhe will exist with vampires.
* ''Literature/TheMagicians'' features this. Ostensibly a novel series about a boy who attends WizardingSchool there are also dragons, demons, ghosts, pixies, and it doesn't stop there: [[spoiler: Fillory, the series' [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]] analogue is real, as is the space between all these worlds. When one of the protagonist's friends goes exploring alternate worlds in an attempt to locate Middle-Earth, he even discovers that the Series/{{Teletubbies}} are real, too]].
* ''Literature/MonsterHunterInternational'': Every monster myth known is true. Most can be killed with sufficient application of [[MoreDakka dakka]], [[StuffBlowingUp explosives]], [[KillItWithFire fire]], or combinations of the above.
* In ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'' and ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices'', warlocks, werewolves, vampires, faeries, demons, angels, and Nephilim are the main fantasy creatures; however, many others are mentioned in passing. In fact, in ''City of Bones'', Jace tells Clary that "all the stories are true." Except for mummies. No one believes in mummies[[note]]This was [[AdaptationSpeciesChange changed]] to zombies in [[TheFilmOfTheBook the movie]][[/note]].
* Elizabeth Bear's ''Literature/NewAmsterdam'' mixes Alternate History (the American colonies still belong to Britain in the early 20th century), SteamPunk (Zeppelins) and WeirdScience (Nicola Tesla's broadcast energy and death ray) with FunctionalMagic, vampires, werecreatures and ghosts.
* ''Literature/SabinaKane'': Vampires are said to descend from a mating between [[Literature/BookOfGenesis the biblical Cain]] and Lilith, Adam's first wife in Myth/HebrewMythology, and are vulnerable to apples due to their indirect connection to the Original Sin. The mages descend from the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Greek goddess Hekate]]. Demons and various types of fey also exist.
* In ''Literature/TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel'', every mythological creature/deity ever is real - [[{{Masquerade}} they're just hiding]], usually in their own [[PocketDimension Pocket Dimensions]] or among normal people. On top of that, it's a History Kitchen Sink. Every character besides Josh and Sophie who ''isn't'' a mythical figure is a historical one. Including UsefulNotes/JoanOfArc, [[ShakespeareInFiction William Shakespeare]], and Creator/NiccoloMachiavelli.
* In ''Shadowspawn'', the title beings are the basic for just about every legend of magic or monsters there is, especially vampires and werecritters.
* ''Literature/TheSilverCodex'': Hanlowa and Xarissa due discuss a being called the Divine Good connecting every religion and mythology to each other because different humans have different spiritual needs, which is why Centerville has different kind of monsters and magic.
* ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries'': In addition to vampires, there are [[spoiler: Meaneds, shifters, Weres(not just wolves), fairies, demons, witches, goblins, and even vampire Elvis]].
* ''Literature/SoonIWillBeInvincible'', a send-up of classic superhero comics. The world's premiere superteam consists of [[CaptainErsatz Captain Ersatzs]] for Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/{{Batman}}, the daughter of a retired superhero and a GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe, a wizard with [[GreenLanternRing vaguely defined powers]], a [[TheFairFolk fairy]], a BeastMan, and a {{Cyborg}}. Their enemies are likewise suitably diverse. In a similar vein, Bill Willingham's short story ''A to Z in the Ultimate Big Company Superhero Universe'' is an extremely tongue-in-cheek look at how all these myriad, conflicting explanations and origins for the characters make such a setting innately a bit of a chaotic mess. With a few wry twists [[spoiler: such as real world physics coming into effect when the setting's super-speedster encounters a bullet]].
* ''Literature/SpecialCircumstances'': The Special Circumstances members are from a wide range of religious or otherwise spiritual belief systems, and they all imbue their respective warriors with supernatural powers to help them fight the forces of Evil, which also come from a wide range of spiritual belief systems.
* In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' and ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' series all fictional characters are real(ish) and exist in a parallel universe called the Well of Stories. Fictional characters do have a few traits that differentiate them from "real" people (it's complicated), but in the Bookworld all stories are true.
* ''Franchise/TolkiensLegendarium'': Tolkien primarily used Germanic, Celtic and Finnish mythology in ''Lord of the Rings'' and ''The Hobbit'', but his other writings establish that Middle-Earth is also home to vampires, werewolves, various fairies, mermaids, and so on.
* ''Literature/TrappedOnDraconica'': When Ben arrives on Draconica [[DiscussedTrope he asks Erowin if the planet is one of these.]] She says no. Though she herself is a dragon humanoid and their enemies have a magic spell casting dwarf. Bottom line: its downplayed.
* ''{{Literature/Vampirocracy}}'' not only has vampires who've taken over the world and werewolves as high-ranking police officers, but Wiccan healers, mentions of demons, and the debunked possibility of the main character being a rakshasa.
* The ending of the Creator/RobinJarvis's ''Wyrd Museum'' series features [[spoiler:the deaths of the Nornir by the Spear of Antioch, as well as the ice giants being finally defeated by the Eye of Balor on a spinning weathercock]].

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''{{Series/Lexx}}'' began as a blend of BlackComedy and SpaceOpera. By the end of the series they had introduced an afterlife, met the Devil, a continuing character turned into a {{Kaiju}}, went to Earth and introduced fairies and vampires.
* ''Series/BigWolfOnCampus'' was a kid/teen show on the ABC Family Channel in the early 2000s that featured a high-schooler who was secretly a werewolf, who fought evil creatures along with his friends. They met everything you can think of: vampires (including Corey Haim and Corey Feldman), aliens, werecats, witches, robots, Medusa, mummies, ghosts, Cerberus, ersatz versions of Frankenstein's monster and the Phantom of the Opera, demons, the Grim Reaper, and Santa Claus. This is because almost every other episode was inspired by an famous horror or sci-fi movie.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** In addition to the magical baddies, she had to deal with [[spoiler:intelligent androids]].
** Several exceptions ran through Buffy on the 'not interacting with each other.' Most notably a werewolf hunter was eaten by a vampire, a demon-god was attacked by an [[spoiler:android]], and the military organization were combining [[spoiler:cybernetics with demon body parts (although they still did not believe in magic)]].
** [[spoiler:Killer snot monster from outer space.]]
** [[RunningGag Everyone knows]] [[ArbitrarySkepticism leprechauns don't exist]].
*** [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons That's a bunch of baloney. Everyone knows that leprechauns are extinct!]]
** According to Anya, Santa Claus is real, [[spoiler:and it's the same person from when the legends first started. The Problem? Santa is really a red and white furred demon that eats children]].
** They're all real, according to Giles. He bought the Time-Life volumes; he knows what he's talking about.
** In an episode of ''Angel'', it's revealed that at one point the Devil [[spoiler:built a robot named ''El Diablo Robotico'', which was defeated by [[MaskedLuchador Los Hermanos Numeros]]]].
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' might not be categorized under fantasy, but there are many of the same themes in it. Though usually explained with science, a fair amount of ancient myths and conspiracy theories are brought to life in these shows, including what appear to be Roswell aliens, parasites posing as Egyptian gods, and the lost city of Atlantis. In the spin off, ''Series/StargateAtlantis,'' they have actual space vampires that don't drink blood, they suck life. Through their hands. Plus all the Arthurian references later in the series, when the main characters actually meet Merlin and Morgan le Fay (though they are explained as being Ancients) and have to do numerous quests involving pulling a sword from a stone and searching for the Holy Grail (in space).
* ''Series/TheMunsters'' is a comedic version of this, with the Frankenstein monster, vampires, and a werewolf all in the same family.
* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' is ''built'' on this trope. From the first episode, we have an interdimensional wizard with a ComicStrip/BuckRogers-esque robot assistant who RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude and give them superpowers and dinosaur-themed HumongousMecha so they can fight Evil Space Aliens led by an [[HumanAliens Asian-looking]] space witch. Due to its length, the show has added more and more weirdness as it goes on; one season can focus on high-tech alien police, the next, a pocket dimension inhabited by fantasy creatures. And they're almost all ''in the same universe''.
** Its base series, ''Franchise/SuperSentai'', didn't count as this for some time because each season took place in a different universe. Then along came ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'', in which all sentai ''are'' in the same verse, and the sentai teams must teach a {{Ragtag Bunch of|Misfits}} SpacePirates how to use their powers, be they magical, technological, or anything in between.
** This was taken to its most ridiculous extreme in the crossover episode with the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.
* ''Series/SpecialUnit2'' was a lighter, fluffier version of ''Supernatural''. It had ogres, Cupid, mummies, gorgons, gargoyles, trolls, dragons, a scarecrow monster who fed on fear, gnomes, werewolves, mermen, witches, fairies, banshees, spider people, the Sandman, the Bogeyman, The Pied Piper, basically everything except vampires. Because the thought that vampires exist is preposterous.
* The monsters of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' all fit an urban myth feeling, until they started incorporating all kinds of mythology, no matter how much of a square-peg-in-a-round-hole it was. There are ghosts, demons, angels, gods, zombies, fairies, vampires, werewolves, witches, wendigo, banshees, genies, extra-dimensional monsters, possessed trucks, a Frankenstein-style Mad Scientist who is effectively immortal through the theft of new organs, the actual Frankenstein family, Hansel and Gretal, the Land of Oz, and many more. In "Hammer of the Gods", various pantheons from around the world sent representatives in a meeting to discuss ways to stop the Judeo-Christian apocalypse. Attendees included Odin, Mercury, Kali, Baldur, and Ganesh, to name a few. So far no aliens, though. This was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d a bit when one of the brothers said that everyone knew there was no such thing as Bigfoot. Bobby Singer can usually find info on new monsters, after the writers let up on the use of John Winchester's diary. At some point, Team Winchester realized they were dealing with monsters that were entirely unprecedented (or at least hadn't appeared in centuries), such as dragons.
** And again we have an example of playing with the "different elements not interacting with each other". Hunters tend to have wildly varying levels of knowledge about what's real and what isn't. The Winchesters have been hunting werewolves since childhood but never encountered vampires until their debut episode, while Gordon Walker hunts vamps almost exclusively. The Winchesters were blown away to encounter angels despite fighting demons regularly, but the Men of Letters apparently knew about angels as far as two generations back.
* ''Series/TheXFiles'' is perhaps the best example for television where because one paranormal thing is true, all (or at least many) paranormal things are true even when they come from different origins. To the point where they could have filmed an ''X-Files'' episode where the aliens do arrive for colonization only to get whaled on by the assorted other monsters of the week who get annoyed about the people coming into their turf. Have to laugh at an episode where the Smoking Man resolutely says [[FlatEarthAtheist "There is no God! What we call God is alien!"]]. God himself may not have appeared on the show, but as there's an abundance of supernatural stuff going on regardless (demons, genies, and Lord knows what else) there is a pretty good chance that he is jumping to conclusions. Given that the episode "All Souls" reveals that angels exist and [[spoiler: "Closure" reveals they were... [[MindScrew possibly]] responsible for saving Samantha Mulder from the Syndicate]] it's pretty certain he's just jumping to conclusions.
* ''Series/PoltergeistTheLegacy'' was all about this trope. Various episodes featured ghosts, demons, vampires, werewolves, mummies and genies.
* Possibly the Ur-example of this trope in television, ''Series/DarkShadows'' started out as a mundane soap opera, but became a Fantasy Kitchen Sink with vampires, ghosts, witchcraft, mad scientists, time travel, alternate realities, and many, many cases of reincarnation.
* ''Series/LostGirl'' uses this trope. Shapesifters, fairies, succubi, sirens, valkyries, and sages make up the list of main characters. Basically, if it exists in mythology, however obscure it may be, it's real. This is lampshaded in season two when Kenzi seems shocked that Baba Yaga, from stories her family told her and the source of her childhood terror, was real.
* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' included witches, vampires, leprechauns, elves, zombies, harpies, mermaids, angels, demons (and possession), ghosts, genies, the Titans, gnomes, gremlins, werewolves, banshees, a siren, succubi, warlocks, a wendigo, Egyptian curses, toys coming to life, sandmen, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, unicorns, fairies, trolls, different dimensions (or something like that), Pandora, the seven deadly sins, nymphs, ogres, the Furies, the muses... even stuff that contradicts itself, like afterlife and reincarnation...
-->"He's a leprechaun. I'm one of the Seven Dwarfs. Try to keep it straight, will ya?"
* Parodied in an episode of ''Series/TheColbertReport'' where Stephen Colbert mentions that someone used a non-existent district in a state to gain votes. He then says this non-existent district has things like Sleestaks, unicorns, leprechauns, [[Series/SesameStreet Mr. Snuffulapagus]], the {{chupacabra}}, [[TheGhost Vera]] from ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', [[ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}} Charlie Brown's teacher]] and the protagonist of ''Film/FightClub''.
* One episode of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' opens with a game of ''Daytime Talkshow'', which normally spoofs one fairy tale or nursery rhyme each time, but slowly mutates into this trope. Apparently [[OffTheRails the hill that Jack and Jill fetched a pail of water from is not only the same site that Hey Diddle Diddle took place in, but belongs to a landowner that also possesses Humpty Dumpty's wall, and Peter Peter Pumpkineater's in the audience...]]
* ''Series/RoundTheTwist'' has anything and everything from ghosts to mermen to cloning machines to magic gum-leaves. Became the TropeCodifier for many episodic children's shows about weird stuff happening to a small group of [[UnfazedEveryman ordinary schoolkids]].
* The long-running British series ''Series/DoctorWho'' has taken nearly every fantasy being and concept and worked it into a story line [[LongRunners over the past 50 years]]. It usually [[DoingInTheWizard rationalizes it away]] in terms of scientific explanations. Still, not counting the other Franchise/{{Whoniverse}} series, it has featured: robot Yeti constructed by a cosmic horror story monster, AncientAstronauts, at least one version of Satan, a living personifications of Death, Order and Chaos, the Land of Fiction (just what it sounds like), vampires, werewolves, at least two different version of Atlantis, living plastic, a {{Steampunk}} HumongousMecha, an alien version of the ''Titanic'' nearly crashing into present day London and two different versions of the Loch Ness Monster.
* ''Series/KolchakTheNightStalker,'' a 1974 television series, featured Darren [=McGavin=] in the starring role of investigative newspaper reporter Carl Kolchak, who each week stumbled across a different supernatural story in the city of Chicago. All sort of fantasy was brought out, including standard-issue horror monsters (vampires, werewolves, headless bikers), mythological entities (rakshasa, a Greek immortal), sci-fi critters sprung from laboratories or the depths of the earth, and psychic phenomena (e.g. a dream-monster that manifests in the real world). In each episode, Kolchak would cover a mysterious news event, such as a murder or bizarre accidental death, discover the underlying supernatural cause, try to convince his editor and the police to no effect, and eventually defeat the monster without anyone's help, knowledge, or thanks.
* ''Series/{{Danger 5}}'' features UsefulNotes/WorldWarII [[AlternateUniverse fought in the '60s]] in a world where the Nazis have dinosaurs with special crystal implants, bullet-proof diamond-women, golden superweapons, and Japanese robot-soldiers. In the last episode, the Danger 5 team heads for {{Atlantis}}. The inspiration is more from pulp magazines than fantasy.
* While ''Series/OnceUponATime'' starts with the premise that [[AllMythsAreTrue all fairy tales characters are real and living in a small town in Maine]] it has since come to include [[Myth/ClassicalMythology King Midas and a siren]], [[Myth/KingArthur Sir Lancelot]], [[Literature/ArabianNights the Genie of the Lamp]], Franchise/{{Frankenstein}} and a trip to [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Wonderland]]. [[Literature/LandOfOz Oz]] is out there as well (we just saw the Wicked Witch and flying monkeys), and while the Fairy Tale World is classic fantasy, Storybrooke has a more MagicalRealism vibe. Also, although they aren't named there was a cameo by characters who were dead ringers for [[Film/OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest Chief and Nurse Ratched]]. In Season 2 we meet [[Literature/PeterPan Captain Hook]] and the first half of third season mostly took place in Neverland. ''Series/{{Lost}}'' has been implied to be in the same universe via some brand-name products. Henry's favorite video game is ''Space Paranoids'' and an Encom billboard is seen, implying it's also the same universe as ''Film/{{Tron}}''. (A minor bad guy from Season 2 may or may not have been related to ''those'' Flynns to boot). The spinoff has even made a passing reference to ''Franchise/StarWars'' (a pair of villains contemplate feeding [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Alice]] to a Saarlac). The inclusion of elements from ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', ''Disney/PeterPan'' and ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' at least makes sense even though they aren't technically fairy tales, since ''Once'' airs on ABC, which is owned by Creator/{{Disney}} which adapted all those stories into movies. The inclusion of mythology, Myth/KingArthur, ''Frankenstein'' and Oz makes it a real Fantasy Kitchen Sink. The inclusion of Disney characters became very, very obvious when ABC started teasing the addition of Elsa well under a year after the film's release, and then with the inclusion of [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella DeVil]] (though reinterpreted as a sorceress).
* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' began with [[Series/KamenRider the simple story]] of a cyborg PhlebotinumRebel from an evil Nazi-esque organisation, then slowly began to involve [[Series/KamenRiderAmazon multiple]] [[Series/KamenRiderOOO ancient civilisations]], [[Series/KamenRiderBlackRX aliens]], [[Series/KamenRiderKiva every variety of monster you can think of]], [[Series/KamenRiderHibiki supernatural martial arts using the power of sound]], [[Series/KamenRiderRyuki alternate worlds you can enter through shiny surfaces]], [[Series/KamenRiderDecade a universe-destroying journey through all of those things]], and a mysterious power originating in [[Series/KamenRiderFourze space]]. They all regularly team up in movies, and nobody makes a big deal of the fact that a vampire and [[Series/KamenRiderDenO a body-swapping oni]] are kicking monsters until they explode.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' introduced magic in Season Four after spending three seasons with just Sci-Fi (albeit really, really, ''really'' [[MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness soft]] sci-fi). After that it never looked back, being one of the few live action comic book adaptations to embrace the Fantasy Kitchen Sink of its source material. Smallville featured aliens, TimeTravel, magic, cyborgs, clones, ghosts, the afterlife, parallel universes, the ComicBook/NewGods and more.
* ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' started off seeming like a SpiritualSuccessor to ''Series/TheXFiles'', focusing on a unit of the FBI investigating seemingly paranormal phenomena and switching between MonsterOfTheWeek episodes and MythArc episodes. However, it's gradually revealed that ''everything'' paranormal is part of one pattern that began when [[spoiler: Walter crossed into an alternate universe to save that universe's version of his son]]. In other words, what seems paranormal is only pseudo-scientific. Also, in one episode, Walter makes it clear that while he believes in many things, he draws the line at ghosts.
* ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' seems to be something of a kitchen sink fantasy series. Always PlayedForLaughs.
* In ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryAsylum'' there are both demonic possession and alien abduction storylines going on simultaneously with no direct connection to one another. As well as various unrelated examples of the insane and murderous.
* ''Series/TheLibrarians2014'' has its heroes encounter beings from mythology, fairy tales, literature and urban legend. The Minotaur, dragons, a troll, a genie, a sentient house, the big bad wolf, SantaClaus, King Arthur's knights, Dorian Gray, a demon, Frankenstein's monster, The Queen of Hearts, Professor Moriarty and Prospero have all boasted screen time.
* The [[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman franchise]], though what exist in the universe varies from series to series. But so far, there's been aliens, living dinosaurs, subterranean and undersea civilizations, HumongousMecha, {{Evil Overlord}}s, nature spirits, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, demons, humans and aliens with the power to command monsters (due to being descended from the HumanoidAbomination implied to have created {{Kaiju}}), multiversal wormholes, {{Youkai}}, giant animals (mutant, natural, prehistoric), mutant humans, cybernetic clones, mirror-people, fire-people, ghosts, fantastic vehicles, evil artifacts, MIB-style organizations, superweapons, beings transformed into a toy-like form, monsters powered or formed from the souls of other monsters, an entire dimension where the ghosts of slain monsters sleep, wizards, dragons, and all sorts of crazy stuff.
* In ''Series/QuantumLeap'' the time traveling protagonist encountered a UFO, Bigfoot, a vampire, a guardian angel and a ghost throughout the show's five seasons.
* ''{{Series/Grimm}}'' leans pretty heavily on this trope. If there's a legend about any kind of creature, there's probably a type of Wesen responsible. A couple of legends that have come to life in the series (La Llorona and Volcanalis for example) are hinted not to be Wesen at all, but possibly something else with an even weirder supernatural explanation.
* In ''{{Series/Ghosted}}'' the Bureau Underground was created especially to deal with Paranormal threats to mankind. In the first four episodes alone Leroy Wright and Max Jennifer deal with alien invaders (who are potentially from another universe), super strong zombies, a Sumerian demon who steals men’s hearts and an escaped crypid. Werewolves are also heavily implied to exist.
* There's the obscure {{Toku}} show ''Warrior of Love: Rainbowman'' from the 70's, which unlike the the more well-known examples detailed above, which were usually fairly focused in any given show, threw in pretty much everything the writers could think of. The hero gains a slew of elemental powers from a yogi, and uses them to fight an evil organization that employs commandos, assassins, wizards, magic-spawned monsters and cyborgs.
* The ''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'' began with no fantasy or science fiction elements, just a guy who was unusually good at archery, only introducing a couple sci-fi gadgets (an earthquake machine and a cybernetic eye) near the end of the first season. But as the franchise continued and added more and more spin-offs, the fantasy/sci-fi elements began to build up. Demons, aliens, shrink rays, time machines, parallel universes, psychic powers, zombies, ghosts, angels, mystical totems, giant robots, talking gorillas . . . and sometimes (especially if it's a crossover) you might get most of those things all in one episode.

* ''Manhwa/WitchHunter'' has Myth/KingArthur, the Chinese Empire, Hindu Gods, Norse Gods, elemental spirits, {{wicked witch}}es ([[CuteWitch cute]] or [[HotWitch hot]]) with {{nice hat}}s, the Moirae, a dragon [[BreadEggsMilkSquick and a]] {{necromancer}}.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''. Even if you look exclusively at the initial run of 300 or so cards, you'll find not just Lord of the Rings-type creatures like elves, dwarves, and orcs, but also angels, vampires, genies, elementals, and "a horrifying wall of living flesh, patched together from a jumble of still-recognizable body parts". Expansions since then have explored themes ranging from steampunk worlds to Japanese mythology.
* The ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' card game also has this. It features cards based on different folklores and myths from different cultures such as Japanese, Greek, European, Celtic, Nordic, etc. And the list only grows at each new edition. All the robots, superheroes, dinosaurs, ninjas...
* The original edition of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' cites John Carter of Mars (as well as Conan, and Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser) in its foreword, despite being for "medieval wargames campaigns" according to the cover. It suggests robots and androids as examples of 'other monsters' which could be used in the game.
** The game could be considered a Fantasy Kitchen Sink, seeing as how the monster manuals include every legendary or folklore creature in popular culture, as well as drawing from other sources ([[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]], anyone?), and creating their own.
** The ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' campaign setting with its FantasyCounterpartCulture collection is ''built'' on this concept, world encompassing traditional knights-and-wizards fantasy, Arabic legends, and a whole continent devoted to a mishmash of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean mythology, in different regions. Unfortunately, most works and all but one videogame get set in the MedievalEuropeanFantasy regions (Sword Coast, Heartlands).
** ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' could be called a HorrorKitchenSink, borrowing elements from creepy folklore (ghosts, curses), creepy novels (Dracula-style vampires, mad scientists), creepy movies (Hammer-style werewolves and gypsies), creepy scifi ([[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong sea spawn]], pod people), and the creepy end of every ''other'' D&D game setting.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}'' is big enough to incorporate most of the other settings. And cosmologies -- worlds riding on huge turtles? That's almost common variety...
---> ...the writer once described his own campaign as a "cosmic vacuum cleaner, sucking up every fantasy idea that crossed its path."
** ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' is even worse: Steampunk robots? Check. Demons, devils, angels (different types, including {{Talking Animal}}s), steam and magi-tech, real-world pantheons strewn all over the place.... [[{{Expy}} Expies]] of dozens of real-world afterlives, and so on and so forth.
*** It gets worse: part of the point of both ''Spelljammer'' and ''Planescape'' is to connect most of the ''other'' campaign settings, ''and'' they're canon to one another. The end result is an overarching setting that isn't so much a kitchen ''sink'' as it is the entire kitchen.
* D&D's archrival, ''TableTopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', is this even moreso, as it includes both standard fantasy creatures like goblins, golems and dragons, some direct D&D imports released in the OGL like the aboleths, stirges and otyughs, and delightfully obscure beasties such as the [[http://kameeko.deviantart.com/art/Akhlut-90185201 akhlut]], the {{wendigo}}, the [[http://verdego.deviantart.com/art/nuckelavee-110263255 Nuckelavee]] and even cryptids like the {{Mothman}} and the {{Chupacabra}}. Also, public domain beasties such as [[EldritchAbomination those]] of the Franchise/CthulhuMythos and the [[Creator/LewisCarroll Jabberwock]] are included, and even oft-ridiculed monsters from D&D such as the [[http://www.bogleech.com/dnd/flumph.html flumph]] are brought in thanks to Wizards of the Coast not considering them brand identity like they do with beholders and mind flayers! To make it better, all of the "joke" monsters get reimagined into some of the more intricate and horrifying/awesome creatures in the setting.
** The game also has rules for the other inhabited planets in the solar system (which is all of them, the sun, and the asteroid belt!), aliens, robots, alien robots, and superscience technology. There is a nation whose economy runs on harvesting an ancient crashed spaceship.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' is one big Fantasy Kitchen Sink which includes {{magitek}}, [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours kung fu]], {{adventurer archaeologist}}s, [[CelestialBureaucracy scheming bureaucratic gods]], [[{{Goth}} goth princesses]], heroin-pissing dinosaurs, {{BFS}}s, [[{{Manga}} manga aesthetics]], [[FauxSymbolism mythological/biblical inspirations]], and [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic animals]], plus [[HeroicFantasy the usual vanilla blend of fantasy elements]]. It should be a trainwreck, yet it all works [[RuleOfCool because of how awesome it is]].
* ''TabletopGame/{{Rifts}}'' has [[ANaziByAnyOtherName fascists]] in [[SchizoTech power armor]], dinosaurs in the swampified remnants of the American South, [[BeePeople insect aliens]] from another dimension, {{psychic|Powers}}s and FunctionalMagic, Atlantis has risen from the ocean, Mexico and the surrounding areas are overrun, and ruled, by Vampires... You get the idea. In this case it's more fantasy roach motel, as things from strange other worlds seem to rift in but they don't rift out. Weirdness diffusion, maybe?
** Really, after about 50 {{Sourcebook}}s, it's probably easier to list what ''isn't'' featured in ''Rifts''.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' takes the fantasy kitchen sink, flings it into the future, arms it to the teeth, changes any morals to fit a BlackAndGrayMorality, [[CrapsackWorld dumps crap all over it]], and ramps up the violence quotient [[UpToEleven to eleven]], then covers everything in skulls and spikes.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' does the same thing, except without the "IN SPACE" factor.
** In fact ''Warhammer Fantasy'' is far, far more subdued than ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. While it maintains the CrapsackWorld element, the more ridiculous elements of 40k background are omitted. It nevertheless evokes this trope pretty hard, with vampires, daemons and the undead butting heads with dwarfs, elves and Lizard people.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Malifaux}}''. Greek Myths? Check. Cowboys? Check. Zombie hookers? Check. Horsemen of the apocalypse? Check. Labor unions and criminal organisations? Check. Fairy tales? Pied piper on steroids? Baba yaga? Check all three. A stage troup? Check. Jack the ripper? Where did you think those zombie hookers came from? Genetic manipulation in animals? Check. CreepyChild? Check several times. Machines and cyborgs? Check. Ghosts? Check. Sandman? Check. Corrupt bureacracy? Check. Playable? Check.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Deadlands}}'' has a vast array of supernatural creatures running around the Weird West. The AfterTheEnd spinoff ''Hell On Earth'' goes one better, with a Kitchen Sink Apocalypse, that includes nuclear devastation, zombies, and [[spoiler:the Horsemen of the Apocalypse]].
* The ''Pirates Constructable Strategy Game'' by Wizkids is a naval combat game set sometime before, during, and after UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution / UsefulNotes/WarOf1812 era. When the first set came out, things were fine, but with each new expansion, they seem to be intent on adding a new crazy mechanic. They get alright justifications or are {{handwave}}d most of the time, but it is still silly. They are currently halfway between this and AnachronismStew. Some of these include:
** Sea Monsters/[[OurTitansAreDifferent Titans]]
** Cursed pirates
** Submarines (based off Creator/JulesVerne)
** Vikings ({{Handwave}}d as being northerners who believe Myth/NorseMythology)
** Bombardiers (Ships with long-range and ''flame cannons'' attached to their decks)
** Turtle ships (which at least existed around the time)
** "Switchblades" (metal ships with giant pincers attached to the sides)
** There's also a Pirates of the Caribbean expansion.
* The point of ''TabletopGame/{{TORG}}'', which is about various realities invading each other. So, indeed, we can have a monster from a horror reality meet up with heroes from a technocratic reality, and so forth. In a twist, stuff from one "paradigm" tends to malfunction in others, so don't expect ray guns to work in a stone age world.
* ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds'' is designed to allow for this. The flexible point buy system and the distinction between "effect" (mechanics) and descriptors (flavor text with some extra meaning attached) allows characters to be built based on any comic book/fantasy/myth/sci-fi concept they can imagine in order to accommodate the Fantasy Kitchen Sink aspects of the two major comic book companies.
** ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}: The Super Roleplaying'' game has been doing this for two decades before ''Mutants & Masterminds'' even came along.
* ''TabletopGame/BrikWars'' has spaceships, pirates, dragons, T-Rexes, Roman bikers, helicopters, pyramids, skyscrapers, knights, tanks... and that's just ''one'' page of the rulebook.
* The ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' features [[TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade vampires with features from vampire folklore around the world]], [[TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse spirit-loving werewolves fighting a supercorporation that worships the embodiment of evil]], [[TabletopGame/DemonTheFallen demons from hell]], [[TabletopGame/WraithTheOblivion a netherworld full of wraiths]], [[TabletopGame/MummyTheResurrection mummies]], psychics, [[TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming changelings]], [[TabletopGame/MageTheAscension wizards based on every real world mythology/religion/occult philosophy imaginable]], and a global conspiracy of super-science secret agents who can travel through the spirit world in magic spaceships. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
** The ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' has kept variations of the above (among others, [[TabletopGame/DemonTheDescent Demons are now sentient machines who used to serve the Cosmic Horror equivalent of a Supercomputer]]) while adding a couple of things of its own, such as [[TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters people brought back to life by merging with weird ghost-spirit hybrids from the Underworld]], [[TabletopGame/PrometheanTheCreated alchemically created artificial humans covering everything from the Frankenstein monsters to the classic golem]] and [[TabletopGame/BeastThePrimordial people whose soul has been replaced by a nightmare in the shape of a mythological monster]]. And that's just covering the ''official'' books; fan-made supplements allow you to add [[TabletopGame/PrincessTheHopeful Magical Girls at war with Silent Hill Monsters]], [[TabletopGame/LeviathanTheTempest Lovecraftian Kaiju]], [[TabletopGame/GeniusTheTransgression physics-bending Mad Scientists who regularly fight Nazi and Aliens]], and [[TabletopGame/DragonTheEmbers Dragons]].
* ''C.J. Carella's TabletopGame/{{Witchcraft}}'' has the standard monsters of mythology, witches/wizards, Immortals with Magic-tech, gods, angels and {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and a myriad of magical traditions to draw from.
* ''Lords of Creation'' allows characters to move around dimensions, with each dimension having its own genre. It allows Game Masters to create worlds that freely mixes {{magic|alLand}}, with [[MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness hard sci-fi]], and ScienceFantasy, with any number of [[AlienSpaceBats cultures mixed in]].
* Geoffrey [=McKinney=]'s ''Carcosa'' is an [[{{Retraux}} old-school]] supplement for the Original ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' rules, that mixes [[HeroicFantasy sword and sorcery]], CosmicHorrorStory, and [[{{Zeerust}} vintage sci-fi]].
* An [[{{Retraux}} old-school styled]] game called ''Encounter Critical'' is an off-beat Fantasy Kitchen Sink game, that mixes [[FiveRaces races]] and [[FantasyCharacterClasses archetypes]] from ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Franchise/StarTrek'', and ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Smallworld}}'' is a strategy game which features dozens of fantasy creatures duking it out over territory. The core game alone has Humans, Halflings, Giants, Amazons, Trolls, Wizards, Ghouls, merfolk (the Tritons), Dwarves, Elves, Rat-men, Sorcerers, Orcs, and Skeletons.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' lets you have a party consisting of Comicbook/DoctorStrange, the half-vampire ComicBook/{{Blade}}, ComicBook/IronMan, and one of the Comicbook/XMen fight Comicbook/DoctorDoom, Comicbook/{{Galactus}}, and Comicbook/{{Loki}}.
* ''VideoGame/TheSecretWorld'' is a perfect example of this trope. From [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]], [[LovecraftianTropes Cthulu]], [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombies]], risen Egyptian [[TheUndead mummies]], a special MayanDoomsday event, a friendly [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Sasquatch]], SovietSuperscience, [[TheUndead Drowned Sailors]], [[HollowWorld Agartha]], [[MagicalNativeAmerican Native American Magic]], {{Wendigo}}, TheIlluminati, and [=ghosts=] and many more.
* ''Franchise/TheSims''
** ''VideoGame/TheSims2'', quite notoriously for a simulation game (albeit one that doesn't take itself very seriously), does feature this trope! Your Sims can plead with TheGrimReaper for the life of another household member, get abducted by aliens (and get a FaceFullOfAlienWingWong, [[MisterSeahorse if they're male]]), get bitten by a wolf and become a werewolf, become a vampire, come back as a zombie, get eaten by a ManEatingPlant, become a plant-like being themselves, live with Bigfoot... the list goes on. Although, being a simulation game, it fully allows the different worlds to cross, such as a sim who is a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie-alien vampiric werewolf plantsim]].
** In ''VideoGame/TheSims3'', all of these are brought back one by one, especially in the Supernatural ExpansionPack, which introduces the same supernaturals as ''The Sims 2'' as well as introducing fairies.
* ''VideoGame/NetHack'' is probably the biggest offender, because the monsters and items are all pieced together from bunches and bunches of completely unrelated books. It can include grid bugs from ''Film/{{Tron}}'' and goblins from ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' on the same level, for example. (It also has actual kitchen sinks.)
** "One-horned, one-eyed people eaters", "[[Franchise/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy microscopic space fleets]]", "battlemechs", "[[Literature/{{Discworld}} The Luggage]]", "master lichens"(!) and various other weird critters shown instead of the real monsters when hallucinating.
** The [=Slash'EM=] variant throws in even more stuff, the best example probably being ''[[Franchise/StarWars lightsabers]]''.
* ''VideoGame/{{RuneScape}}'' has a massive number of races. Humans, elves, dwarves, gnomes, goblins, ogres, trolls, leprechauns, demons, an angel like race, zombies, vampires, werewolves, a race of anthropomorphic birds, a race of anthropomorphic scarab beetles who may have once been human, more than one race of Humanoid Abomination, a race of {{Oculothorax}} StarfishAliens, a {{Proud Warrior Race|Guy}} of intelligent volcanic rock golems and even a race of who are based on the skeksis from the movie ''Film/TheDarkCrystal'', not to mention the penguins and other animal species that are intelligent and want to take over the world. Though most of the mythology in Runescape is based on Europe, their are some places in the game that are based places like Egypt and Africa, and there also is a place based on Asia that currently is unavailable. Runescape actually seems to {{Genre Shift}} quite a lot in depending on the quest.
* ''Videogame/KingdomOfLoathing'' includes ''the entire list'' at the top of the page, plus ''VideoGame/NetHack'' monsters, the Penguin Mafia, Pastamancy, an actual NinjaPirateZombieRobot, [[SantaClaus Uncle Crimbo]], and an [[http://kol.coldfront.net/thekolwiki/index.php/Loathing_Legion_kitchen_sink equippable kitchen sink]] for good measure. The game is tongue-in-cheek and full of pop culture references, so anything is possible in [=KoL=].
* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' uses undead, [[EldritchAbomination abomination]], evil, and various other strange creatures from the folklore of every culture and tradition these days. Some of them aren't even from fiction, but from real life -- dodo birds have been spotted in one game, and various games have variably-undead dinosaurs. Stock GothicHorror monsters generally form the backbone of Dracula's armies though. This is all explained by the fact that the series' incarnation of Dracula is less "Lord of Vampires" and more "East Asian Demon King", thus elevating his role to that of a ''god of the underworld.''
* The ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series draws on this, with gods and goddesses from every culture in the world, as well as the run of the mill robots, mummies, vampires, etc.
* ''VideoGame/DungeonFighterOnline'' starts out seeming like an ordinary fantasy setting, with fairies, elves, goblins, elementals and [[LawyerFriendlyCameo "Dark Elves"]], and other similar things. But then you find the psychic puppets, ninjas, Cthulhu cultists, WWII-era soldiers, giant robots, cyborg gorillas, mutant reptilian pirates, vengeful spectres, aliens, kaiju, magical girls, [[LittleBitBeastly catgirls]], [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs magical catgirls]], {{Eldritch Abomination}}s and ''[[PlanetTerra the city of New York itself]]'', [[AfterTheEnd transformed into a magical ruined asteroid]] [[EldritchLocation brimming with inhumanly powerful beings]]. And then there's the subplot regarding the series' creator deity opening rifts in spacetime as an aftereffect of his revival, thus carving out paths to alternate dimensions and causing [[TimePolice Time]] [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse Lords]] to materialize in an attempt to stabilize the situation. It's ''that'' crazy.
* The ''VideoGame/TouhouProject'' features Gensokyo, a Fantasy Kitchen Sink located in what used to be a haunted region of Japan, sealed off from the rest of the world back in the Meiji era. It exists as a haven for any {{youkai}} or other fantastic being whose existence is threatened in the outside world due to [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve lack of belief]]. The resident {{Miko}} and her CuteWitch best friend have fought these {{Cute Monster Girl}}s: dozens of demons, a few angels, a scientist from the outside world and her assistant, about a dozen goddesses, hundreds of fairies, two vampire sisters, several cute ghost girls, human aliens, the celestial bureaucracy, a rival miko, a few ninja maids, a catgirl and her best friend who is a raven with nuclear powers, a saint and her crew, ''another'' saint and ''her'' crew, an inchling and her friends, and as of the 15th game a dream eater, some more human aliens and yet another goddess, this time from Greek mythology.
* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' is a CrossoverCosmology of just about every deity or mythical creature, including some genuinely obscure characters. YHVH and Vishnu have a tenuous alliance. Lucifer is buddy-buddy with Surt. Lilith and her succubi keep trying to get into the hero's pants. Loki can be found poking Taira no Masakado in the eye with a sword he stole when Athena wasn't looking. ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne'' states unequivocally that ''one'' goddess wasn't real: the Christo-Roman-Wiccan goddess Aradia. But who's the one to tell you Aradia isn't real, you ask? If you're asking, you've [[CompletelyMissingThePoint not played enough]]. [[spoiler:Aradia tells you this when you speak to her. Obviously.]]
** This is only but the tip of the iceberg. Loki returns to screw over Beldr ''[[Myth/NorseMythology again]]''. TheFairFolk are around still lead by Oberon and Titania. Satan is a massive EldritchAbomination who has the role of the Accuser and is essentially YHVH's [[TheLancer Lancer]] / [[TheDragon Dragon]]. [[GagPenis Mara]] pops up occasionally to stir some chaos. The Four Archangels are genuinely broken up as to what to do with YHVH's monstrously despotic tendencies. Izanagi and Izanami are showing their interest in Humanity. The HorsemenOfTheApocalypse, plus the Harlot of Babylon and the Trumpeter of the End raise some hell with their partying. Literature/{{Alice|InWonderland}} is being kept safe by [[Literature/ArsGoetia Belial and Nebiros]]. Ishtar is [[FusionDance one half]] of Astaroth. Masakado gained control of the Four Heavenly Kings. Lucifer's become the ultimate VillainWithGoodPublicity / MagnificentBastard. Metatron, Sandalphon and Melchidezek are [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot robots]]. [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters It's a big world.]] And a terribly complicated one, at that.
** Justified, as it's at least implied that the mythical creatures, heroes and gods are, in fact, not something that existed before mankind and independently from it, but are in fact [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve born from the human collective unconsciousness]]. Some gods are flat out annoyed due to the {{Flanderization}} they have to endure courtesy of the changing attitude to religion in modern times. And in the ''[[VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' sub-series, we see new "gods" born out of urban legends and pop culture! The only one who isn't born from this method so far is Nyx, whose very existence as death is said to be incomprehensible to humans and existed before the collective unconscious.
* Done in the early ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' games, using any fantasy creature from D&D Richard Garriott could think of plus space ships and laser guns. Averted in sequels ''VideoGame/UltimaIV''-[[VideoGame/UltimaVI VI]] as the number of monsters are narrowed down, and there are no elves, halflings, or orcs in sight, making the setting richer by showing less is more. Redone in ''VideoGame/UltimaOnline'', with elves, orcs, ninja, samurai, paladins, necromancers, cyborgs, and anything else the developers can think of, making the setting more generic (and sorely disappointing Lord British).
* The ''Warcraft'' universe started as a familiar HeroicFantasy setting, and now includes everything from lasers and spaceflight to kung fu pandas. If nothing else, there are at least a half-dozen assorted sources of supernatural power: The [[NatureSpirit nature-base power of the Wild Gods]] used by druids, the [[ElementalPowers elemental powers]] used by shaman, [[HolyHandGrenade the Holy Light]] used by paladins and priests, the [[TheDarkSide power of The Void]] used by shadow priests and the [[EldritchAbomination Old Gods]], the [[TheLegionsOfHell power of Fel]] used by warlocks and demons, the [[FunctionalMagic raw arcane energies]] used by mages and titan magitek, and the [[{{Necromancer}} necromantic powers]] of the Val'kyr and the Lich King. That's to say nothing of the multitude of various different ways that these forces are utilized.
* The ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'' gives us [[VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}} Vampires]], [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight magic]] {{Church Militant}}s, demons, devils, dragons, [[AllMythsAreTrue Medusa, Medea, Hercules, Cuchulain etc.]] and all sorts of mythical beasts. Plus, reincarnation, zombies, a cosmic being or two, more magic, Japanese demons too... Most of this is merely mentioned in passing or a brief plot point, but bonus points for what is important overlapping; i.e. the Church deals with vampires, but they're also related to the Grail Wars (Archer also seems quite familiar with killing vampiric creatures like Zouken Matou) and [[VideoGame/MeltyBlood Atlas Alchemists,]] who made a weapon that can kill the previously mentioned cosmic beings. One of whom is a vampire, or something.
* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars OG Saga: VideoGame/EndlessFrontier''. The titular world, "Endless Frontier" consists of several mini-dimensions with varies in theme. This results in a world where {{Valkyries}} use {{Laser Blade}}s, Elves give up on bows in favor of sub-machineguns, and CyberPunk cowboys and werewolf {{Samurai}} are common sight [[spoiler:as well an EldritchAbomination or two]].
* ''VideoGame/FallFromHeaven'', a GameMod for ''[[VideoGame/{{Civilization}} Civilization IV]]'', has every fantasy trope from orcs to dwarves to elves, with nations of wizards, vampires, ghosts, and pirates, a religion based on the worship of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, with other random like werewolves and jinn thrown in for good measure.
** Another mod, ''Fictionalization IV'', has a similar mishmash of things from various fantasy tropes as well as superheroes, mecha, and other tropes from sci-fi.
* The ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' series has {{Funny Animal}}s, some with amazing powers such as [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 telekinesis]] and [[VideoGame/SonicRushSeries pyrokinesis]], [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes sentient]] [[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog androids]], [[GreenRocks powerful]] [[MineralMacGuffin gems]], [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure proph]][[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed ecies]], [[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed mystical beings]], [[VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog ali]][[VideoGame/SonicColors ens]], [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD time]] [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 travel]][[VideoGame/SonicGenerations ing,]] [[VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries genies]], [[VideoGame/SonicShuffle fae]][[VideoGame/SonicAndTheBlackKnight ries]], [[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles ghost]][[VideoGame/SonicAdventure2 s]], [[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed werewolves]], [[VideoGame/SonicRushSeries parallel worlds]], and a host of other things.
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'', obviously based on comic books, revels in this. During the course of a career, the average hero (or villain) will face mutants, aliens, alternate dimensional aliens, alternate dimensional mutant aliens, alternate dimensional versions of heroes, alternate dimensional versions of villains, demons, cosmic beings, mobsters, evil corporations, government conspiracies, ancient conspiracies, evil mastermind conspiracies, ghosts, spirits of nature, robots, robots animated by psychic power, Nazis, vampires, werewolves, purse-snatchers, gods, alien gods, time travel, travel to other dimensions, mercenaries, government agents, free-lance vigilantes...while coming from a background that has just as weird a mix. Want to be an archer with miraculous healing powers and force fields who can later learn to suck the souls from your enemies, all because you grew up a mutant? You can!
* One word: '''[[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} DARKSTALKERS.]]''' A vampire? Two succubi? A zombie rocker? A catwoman? A bigfoot? A fiery alien? And that isn't even the entire roster.
* [[VideoGame/KingsQuest The King's Quest series.]] Full stop. The ExpandedUniverse material [[JustifiedTrope explains the reason for it]]. Magical creatures, mythological beings, wizards, and other fantastic entities fled into a parallel dimension (called the Withdrawal in the player's guide) to escape encroaching modernity that threatened their existence.
* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''. It has psychics (too many to count), phoenixes (Moltres (Western) and Ho-Oh (Eastern)), a dryad (Celebi), an Arkan Sonney (Lucky Piggy - it is a white hedgehog that flees people and gives them luck if caught; Shaymin is one), and that doesn't even scratch it. The best is that it has Mew (ancestor of all Pokémon, and as such represents Darwinian evolution) and Arceus (the CREATOR Pokémon, which came before all others), which contradict each other at first glance.
** Possibly FridgeBrilliance, as nearly all of the information in the main series games is provided by the humans from many regions and thus feature many beliefs that can contradict each other.
** The Pokémon anime takes this a step further. At various points we've had (human) psychics, [[KiManipulation aura]], non-Pokémon ghosts, HumongousMecha, magic (albeit very little), HardLight Holograms, at least one superhero (albeit a aged Franchise/{{Batman}} parody), ToonPhysics, WeirdScience, Cloning, Pirates, Ninjas and a talking cat.
* ''[[BigBangAge Daibanchou - Big bang Age]]'' is full of this trope. You can recruit super-powered high school students, military personnel, tanks, animals, vampires, a Frankenstein monster, mad scientists, mikos, Shintoist priests, ninjas, an alien, a demon, a yakuza boss, an elf, an Egyptian loli queen (with Egypt being in Japan, no less), Arabians, a halfbreed between a lion and Indiana Jones, a giant robot, a mummy, a homunculus, a cat... thing, a loli in a huge armor, a magical girl, an angel, a stereotypical Yu-Gi-Oh fanboy, a nurse, a floating crystal head and clay-potteries... And who do you fight against with these guys? The military, vampires, ninjas, zombies, either crusaders or pirates and finally, demons...
* The mythological allusions in ''VideoGame/LaMulana'' range freely from Japanese to Egyptian to Mesoamerican to Literature/ArsGoetia and beyond. The remake even throws in a literal Garden of Eden.
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** On a meta level, the series started out this way until, starting with ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', it began to distinguish itself from the [[MedievalEuropeanFantasy typical fantasy setting]] into it's own ConstructedWorld. Still, much of that world is borrowed from a wide variety of real world influences, and the many of the available {{Game Mod}}s send it careening headfirst right back into FKS territory.
** In-universe, even though the different races of Nirn may have different religions and forms of worship to varying gods or representations of similar gods, it's possible to experience the divine influence of all their religions, suggesting the coexistence of these gods and divine constructs.
* The ''[[Franchise/SaGaRPG SaGa]]'' series as a whole combines this with a healthy dose of SchizoTech. A notable example from the second game is the deity lineup: Ashura/Asura (Indian), Venus and Apollo (Roman), Odin (Myth/{{Nor|seMythology}}dic), and Isis (originally Egyptian, but appears here in her Greco-Roman incarnation with Athena's shield and (for some reason) [[KatanasAreJustBetter a samurai sword]]).
* ''VideoGame/{{Dominions}}'' draws on a wide range of mythologies for its different colorful nations, ranging from the well-known (Arcoscephale is Greece) to the obscure (Hinnom, Ashdod, and Gath are descended from the Nephilim of Jewish apochrypha). [[{{Heaven}} The Celestial Sphere]] (unseen but the source of many summons) ''alone'' contains a mixture of Hindu deities, Zoroastrian yazatas, and Abrahamic angels of both the WingedHumanoid and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Old Testament weirdness]] varieties.
* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' is a ScienceFantasy, Myth/HinduMythology and UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}} equivalent of this, though played around with in that the story is specifically set in the extremely far future (or the extremely distant past) and that the main race of beings, Demigods, were based on upon said mentioned mythologies.
* Actually a card video game with a comic book based on it (or the other way around), but ''Videogame/UrbanRivals'' fit this trope. There are mad scientists, undeads, superheroes, aliens, cyborgs, radical feminists and more recently time travelers, and a lot of other things in a single badass city. They all know what the others are, so some are [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot many of these at the same time]].
* The ''Franchise/TombRaider'' series feature such things as living dinosaurs, mummies, undead abominations from Atlantis, yetis, bird-men guarding temples, dragons, mutants, etc.
* The universe of ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' includes all manner of beings from the undead, corporeal souls to Japanese gods of wind and thunder. Expect a few humans to drop by as well to keep things interesting...
* The ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' universe is set in a future Earth, except magic is real and regarded as normal. Some stages have skeletons of giants in them, dragons are being used [[MundaneUtility in restaurants]], vampires observe humans from the shadows, aliens appear in the woods, and ghosts and witches are common sights. Magic also coexists with ki or chakra, although they are entirely different and separate from each other.
* ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' has zombies, ghosts, robots, psychic powers, time travel, aliens, talking animals, and the Loch Ness monster in 1980's {{Eagleland}}. It really does come across as satire.
* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has [[DemBones skeleton brothers]], [[FoulFlower a genocidal flower]], a [[WrongGenreSavvy Wrong Genre Savvy]] [[HotBlooded Hot Blooded]] [[FishPeople Fish Person]] and a middle-aged goat who likes making pies, and those are just the first three main characters!
* The very premise of ''VideoGame/RakenzarnTales'' makes this inevitable. Since it's a world where every fictional character ever has been or will be there at some point, you've got a lot of different monsters, heroes and cities out there to pick from.
* ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'': The game appears to be merely based on Greek mythology at first... then Palutena sends you into space to reclaim the Three Sacred Treasures that were stolen from her by the Space Pirates. And even Space Kraken!
* ''VideoGame/EternalCardGame'' has, just in beta, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology oni]], [[Myth/NorseMythology valkyries]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology centaurs, minotaurs, gorgons]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]], [[OurGiantsAreBigger giants]], [[OurElvesAreBetter elves]], and [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti yeti]]. And that's on top of dinosaurs, gunslingers, and a mechanical race called the grenadin.
* ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' is a DarkFantasy book and video game series combining Myth/SlavicMythology with DarkerAndEdgier twists on traditional European fairy tales and myths. Elven guerillas prowl the woods, dwarven blacksmiths work the forges in the cities and Cinderella is a popular bedtime story[[note]]though it's based on Princess Cendrilla's unfortunate end at the hands of a swamp creature that devoured her whole and left behind only a single glass slipper[[/note]] but folks also have to contend with the likes of chorts, leshyis and crones.
* ''VideoGame/{{Dwarf Fortress}}'' is a procedurally generated fantasy game comprised of ASCII art, allowing it to have vast swathes of content without the limit of graphics. This lets it have tons of fantasy creatures mixed in there. It also has a mode called 'Legends Mode' that allows players to explore the historys of their generated fantasy world.
* The ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' features fighters from 16th-Century Eurasia like samurai, knights, ninjas, monks, Greek holy warriors, one {{ghost pirate}}, an [[TheAgeless immortal]] [[TheBaroness whip-sword wielding alchemist lady]], a {{golem}} created by an evil cult, a scythe-wielding sorcerer from Babylonian times able to reincarnate indefinitely. The Greek pantheon is confirmed, and so is an [[EvilWeapon evil sword]] that spawns [[TheCorruption malfestation]] and creates several evil monsters and undead that has no relation with the Greek Gods. Another background oddities include a legendary fighter cursed with an owl head for insulting the gods, a giant colossus fought as a random encounter and an [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh Gilgamesh]] {{expy}} serving as GreaterScopeVillain of the series. And that is not even getting into the {{guest fighter}}s that include a [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hyrulean hero]], a [[ComicBook/{{Spawn}} Hellspawn from modern times]], a [[Franchise/StarWars Jedi Master, a Sith Lord and his apprentice]] just to name a few.

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* By now it's less of a question of what kind of monster will show up in ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja'' as it is which ones will not. So far there's been ninjas, vampires, dinosaurs, zombies, robots, popular fast food mascots, and more.
* ''WebComic/AxeCop'' features dragons, witches, unicorns, aliens, robots, dinosaurs, wizards, ninjas, werewolves, vampires, superheroes, ''and'' [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking policemen]]. Everything that a 6-year-old boy would find cool. Maybe that's because the writer ''is'' a 6-year-old boy.
* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' has alps, dragons, elves, a dangerous magical forest that’s bigger on the inside, [[LittleBitBeastly lemuros]], bunny demons, evil cults, jackalopes, refugees from another dimension, [[PettingZooPeople welves]], fairies, banshees, harpies, a voracious floating blue teddybear with tentacles and laser eyes, [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter vaeltwii]], merfolk, changelings, ninjas, [[AmbiguouslyHuman ambiguously human]] monster hunters, alongside multiple flavors of vampires, werewolves and zombies among other things.
* ''Webcomic/HereThereBeMonsters'' takes place in Kellwood city, a human city right next to the above mentioned forest, thus far the city has been seen to be mostly plagued by vampires, creepy multi-eyed poisonous critters the locals call "rat-beasts" and urispedes, so named for their bear-like size and many legs.
* In ''Webcomic/DeviantUniverse'', there is at least one of every kind of creature you can think of.
* ''Webcomic/{{Digger}}''.
-->'''Ganesh:''' The Earth is so old, and home to so many strange things, that there is hardly an inch of ground that was never home to a shrine, or a god, or a battle, or some magical oddity. Even under the ground, you yourself have said, there are old gods, old prophecies, old lost things. It is not odd that this [[spoiler:bound god]] should be here, in this place. If anything, it is odd that we are not constantly hip-deep in such magical echoes of the past.
* ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' features adventurer-doctors who band together to solve all the bizarre ailments that occur in a world where magic is real. So far they've turned a gorgon human, had fairies and ogres as patients, dealt with a Japanese "kotodama master" curse, extracted a ''[[Film/TheThing1982 Thing]]''-like parasite, and the backstory includes several magical wars as well as a war against Vampires and another against beast men. The local detective is an alien woman made of blue crystals. Goro has alluded to performing heart surgery on dragon (from the inside!) while wearing power armor.
* ''WebComic/TheDreadful'' has, in less than 50 pages, presented a [[CuteMonsterGirl devil girl hero]], a centaur, an elf, a dwarf who actually manages to ''avert'' OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame, [[ALoadOfBull a preaching minotaur]], an angel, and [[UhOhEyes whatever]] [[AxCrazy Jeanne]] [[BigBad Noelle]] is.
* The main characters of ''Webcomic/EerieCuties'' are two vampires, a [[HornyDevils succubus]], "a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melusine melusine]]," a possessing spirit of some kind, a werewolf, and a catboy; other students and teachers include witches, ghosts, fairies, ifrit (a kind of djinni), a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futakuchi-onna futakuchi-onna]], and two ''reptoids''.
* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' has elves, wizards, dragons ([[OurDragonsAreDifferent of a kind]]), werewolves, elemental golems, vampires ([[OurVampiresAreDifferent sort of]]), body snatchers, chimeras, talking animals, and multiple species of aliens.
* ''Webcomic/EverydayAbnormal'' has prehistoric magic tomes, ghosts, mythological giants, the ravening undead, sorcerous naked chicks, nanotech viruses, demons, TheGreys, sentient, predatory universes, surgically enhanced {{Super Soldier}}s, and something called "The Brain Monster."
* ''Webcomic/FairyDust'' throws a couple dozens fantasy races together. Not absolutely everything goes though: while often depicted in various forms in the comic's background, cats are known to exist only in legends.
* ''Webcomic/FindersKeepers'' puts it rather bluntly: "Every myth, every belief, every dream, every nightmare, they all are residents of this side. The Veil separates the Every-Day from the Every-Daydream. If Humanity has dreamt it up, you'll find it lurking around here somewhere."
* Despite living in an AfterTheEnd scenario, ''Webcomic/{{Glorianna}}'' runs into wizards, dragons, vampires, and evil gods on a regular basis.
* ''WebComic/GroovyKinda'' features: A beautiful female robot; a gay Neanderthal, a Neanderthal security guard, a cat girl who may be from Venus, a small six legged land Octopus named Robespierre, zeppelins, flying saucers, a discombobulationotron that can open a doorway between realities, and beatniks.
* ''WebComic/GunnerkriggCourt'' takes this trope, runs with it, and makes it both awesome and internally consistent. Robots? Check. Fairies? Check. Trickster God Coyote in an eternal rivalry with The Fox Reynaerde, using Isengrim the Wolf for his nefarious purposes? Check. ... Psychic hacking? Check.
* ''Webcomic/IrregularWebcomic'' is this, and bad puns.
* As the page quote implies, ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' has its own version with justification: the world was made by three pantheons (the Norse and Babylonian gods, along with the twelve animal spirits of the Chinese Zodiac) and taking turns to ensure a fair representation for all. [[spoiler:This is actually the second world the three sets of gods made; the original, which was made along with the Greek gods, was created amongst too much in-fighting and led to an EldritchAbomination that killed the Olympians and destroyed the original world, which is why the gods cooperated on the new world, which serves as the monster's prison.]]
* ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' in the biggest way. One story arc had a [[TheLegionsOfHell Demonic Invader]] hurled back in time by a MadScientist's ray gun. Another had a [[TalkingAnimal talking rabbit]] wage war on a mutated, alien SantaClaus, only to get hurled into another dimension where TimeStandsStill and SpacePirates reign supreme. And another had the same MadScientist, a witch, and a BadassNormal with a [[EmpathicWeapon talking sword]] break into a [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombie]] lair to recover GovernmentConspiracy files on a {{Brainwashed}}, immortal assassin who has the potential to [[YouCantFightFate change or even destroy the Web of Fate]]. And that's not even getting into the satanic kittens. And the Sampire!
* ''Webcomic/TheSnailFactory'' features a menagerie of bizarre creatures, including various gods, demons and deities from different cultures, mutants, prehistoric creatures, mermaids and intelligent fungus.

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* Lampshaded somewhat in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'''s ''Blamimations with Kris and Scott''. One of the sketches, "Monster Nash," features a character who is secretly all monsters. The intro shows him being cursed by a mummy, stabbed by a werewolf bone, and bitten by a zombie vampire.
* ''Literature/StarHarborNights'': This world have superheroes, magic, aliens and well, you get the point.
* The Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Mutants, FunctionalMagic, super-science, demons, CosmicHorrorStory, and some of the more experienced characters have mentioned aliens too.
* ''Literature/TheQuestportChronicles'' include [[OurElvesAreBetter elves]], [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies, pixies]], {{Hobbits}}, [[GripingAboutGremlins gremlins]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]], {{Unicorn}}s, [[WingedHumanoid Avia]], [[AllTrollsAreDifferent trolls]], [[OurOgresAreHungrier ogres]], [[SeaMonster sea monsters]], [[FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire vampires]], and [[OurDemonsAreDifferent multiple kinds]] [[VoluntaryShapeShifting of demons]].
* ''Website/{{Neopets}}'' is filled with a huge variety of locales and pets that fit with fantasy, mythological, and science-fiction themes. These include Aliens, Faeries, Dragons/Medieval Fantasy, Dinosaurs, Ghosts, Robots, Pirates, and Cute Fluffy Things
* ''Roleplay/EquestrianLegends'' has, of course, everything in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' canon, as well as other creatures from myth and legend.
* WebVideo/JesuOtaku criticizes ''Film/SnowWhiteAndTheHuntsman'' for seeming to borrow its fantasy world from other works instead of trying to create one of its own.
* Stories in ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' range from science fiction to urban fantasy and often blend genres. The Library itself acts as a waypoint between many, many universes, so almost any sort of patron can be found there.
* ''Literature/{{Spectral Shadows}}'' may qualify for this; we've got {{Funny Animal}}s, vampires, fairies, mermaids, magical world-warping powers, time travel, music with power behind it, ghosts, worlds inside one's own mind; the list goes on.
* ''Literature/{{Phaeton}}'' in general, but myths are not always accurate.
* ''Literature/{{Pact}}'' seems to operate under the idea that all mythologies are true, with creatures from Celtic, Norse, and Greek mythology being showcased, as well as gods.
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'': A lot of the [[SlidingScaleOfComedyAndHorror comedy and horror]] comes from the fact that there can be anything on the town and be treated as something mundane. This includes [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]], a [[OurDragonsAreDifferent five-headed dragon]] who wants to be Mayor, a floating cat, whoever or whatever the Man on the Tan Jacket is, RidiculouslyHumanRobots, a group of feral dogs who are street artists [[spoiler: and supposedly [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext were just plastic bags]] ]], {{Eldritch Abomination}}s, [[BigBrotherIsWatching a mysterious and menacing government and it's secret police]], a faceless old woman [[RunningGag (who secretly lives on your house)]], {{ancient conspirac|y}}ies, dinosaurs, [[AmbiguouslyHuman whatever or whoever Cecil is]], doppelgängers… And that's not even the half of it.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' is this, in spades- ninjas, zombies, cyborgs, talking candy and animals, aliens, a lich, a legendary hero (who fought a bear, and the aforementioned lich, among other things), knights, psychic worms, a post-apocalyptic setting, alternate timelines and dimensions, the MULTIVERSE, super-chill God beings, different kingdoms each with their own rules, a talking video-game system, unicorn/rainbow hybrid "rainicorns", princesses out the wazoo, and at least one dragon. And so on, et cetera.
* ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' this show probably takes the cake. Want proof? The mains are three giant, living fast food items.
** Still not impressed? Try depressed living alcoholic dolls, an army of perpetually-partying furries, a GiantSpider that tries to take over the world with a global diet pill pyramid scheme, and a mouthless alien that wants a 401k.
** ''Still not impressed?'' How about a giant talking tooth that thinks he's actually a hamburger, Atari-looking 8-bit aliens that reside on the moon, Spiky aliens from UsefulNotes/{{Pluto}} who come to Earth to steal cable, UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler's soul [[AdolfHitlarious trapped inside a balloon]], a penis-enlarging machine that gives radiation poisoning to the user and revives dead pets as gay zombies. Also, the giant spider is now a cow that wants to gather billions of flies who use their acid spit to melt the walls of the First National Bank.
** '''STILL''' not impressed?! Aliens from UsefulNotes/{{Jupiter}} looking for human sex slaves, a stylish wig that turns the user into a frozen clown, drunken fraternity brothers from space, a supercomputer that travels back in time an enables a caveman to live forever, a giant clove of garlic that's also a spider. Also this time the cow is now an old man who sold a rap record in Transylvania to attract a vampire to him so he could be immortal because he keeps on dying and coming back to life as something worse.
** Dr. Weird is on this show. A MadScientist who created flying corn, impregnated a lawnmower, found a way to talk out of his ass, has such HighPressureBlood that he wanted his unpaid intern to decapitate him with an axe and the blood would propel his lifeless body to Phoenix, UsefulNotes/{{Arizona}}... or Alabama [[YourMom to see his mother.]]
-->'''Dr. Weird''': [[CatchPhrase Gentlemen...]] my ass has finally decided to eat MY HAND! (Sharp cracking sound is heard) It hungers... '''FOR MORE.''' (His ass pulls his entire body into a singularity)
* Although ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheDiamondCastle'' seems to take place in a standard FairyTale setting (dragons, trolls, girls who make their living selling flowers), it also throws [[TheMuse Muses]] (who live in a castle) into the mix.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'' was a ScienceFiction series, filled with TechnologyPorn and set TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture. On top of that, the writers introduced {{Dracula}}, Myth/{{Merlin}}, a HotWitch and her EvilTwin [[TheGloriousWarOfSisterlyRivalry sister]], an army of [[{{Mummy}} mummies]], {{Atlantis}}, PsychicPowers, a "zombie master", and accidental TimeTravel into various episodes.
* ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'' was centered around the titular world, a place where all erased chalk drawings become living beings. Considering the imagination of the children who create most of them, this has clear meaning on the diversity of the [=ChalkZone=]'s denizens.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' has fairies, genies, pixies, aliens, robots, mermaids, krakens, and everything in between.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. The underlying reality of the show is deliberately tenuous anyway.
* In nearly all incarnations of the series, WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat's world has talking animals and humans living alongside each other, fantasy characters like King Neptune and Old King Cole appearing, surreal or sometimes supernatural phenomenon like ghosts, fairies and evil witches appearing, and Felix sometimes using a Magic Carpet as a transport. The Oriolo era keeps the fairy tale and fantasy elements, but also introduces science fiction elements like a mad scientist who wants Felix's Magic Bag of Tricks, a BrainInAJar robot who lives on the moon, and the occasional encounter with friendly aliens.
* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' takes place in a world where anything children believe in can come to life, which has obvious implications on the world's population...
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' began with the titular characters being the lone survivors of a long-vanished race of semi-magical creatures. Over the seasons, it branched out to give us more gargoyles, fairies, witches, sorcerers, normal people cursed with immortality, living Native American spirits, Greek gods, The Loch Ness Monster, King Arthur, the list went on and on. That's not even counting the weirdness that was man-made, like the evil clones, cyborg mercenaries, nanomachines, sentient robots and the global-spanning conspiracies. (Although most of the supernatural creatures that they encountered were eventually given a MetaOrigin as Oberon's children). King Arthur (as if to drive this point home THE King Arthur) encapsulates the entire series in one statement; "All things are true... ''few'' things are ''accurate''."
* The town of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', Oregon, has it all; figures of classic mythology, monsters that look like they were made by someone drunk and drugged up, ghosts, government conspiracies, a local secret society, aliens, living video games, you name it. The reason why is because the entire area is one big WeirdnessMagnet, attracting abnormalities from deformed jellybeans to {{Eldritch Abomination}}s.
* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' uses this, with magical objects, superheroes, mutants, aliens, time travel, ghostly possession, and Mystical Monkey Powers.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': Equestria, in addition to the magic-wielding {{unicorn}} ponies, [[PaintingTheFrostOnWindows weather-controlling]] {{pegasus}} ponies, and {{alicorn}} princesses, has a host of creatures derived from different mythologies, such as both [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern and Western-style dragons]], [[OurGryphonsAreDifferent griffins]], [[EnthrallingSiren sirens]], manticores, [[TheFairFolk changelings]], [[SandWorm tatzlwurms]], Ahuizotl, cockatrices, chimeras, [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti yeti]], Hippogriffs, bunyips, jackalopes, and a RiddlingSphinx.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''; Jack has encountered plenty of fantastical creatures and enemies, ranging from demons, robots, aliens, HornyVikings, 20s era gangsters, gargoyles, [[BraveScot Highlanders]], [[EnthrallingSiren sirens]], pirates, ninjas, Spartan Warriors, dragons, fish people, Old West bounty hunters, faeries, nature spirits, elementals, and zombies.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' uses the Fantasy Kitchen Sink approach, with aliens, killer robots, zombies, James Bond-ish supervillains, the Judeo-Christian God, Native American deities, leprechauns, "The [[{{Expy}} Formidable Mulk]]", and the Loch Ness Monster all apparently existing within the same universe. This is true even if you don't count the non-canonical ''WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror'' episodes.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has had things like angels, demons, ghosts, zombies, succubi, gnomes, wizards, dragons, and aliens. That is not even getting into Imaginationland. In the commentary for one of the Imaginationland episodes, Matt and Trey talked about an idea for a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot zombie vampiwerepichaun]], or something to that effect, which they said was a leprechaun bitten by a werewolf and a vampire that gets killed and becomes a zombie, much like the ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' example above.
* The world of ''WesternAnimation/{{Super 4}}'' includes a land of knights, a pirate island, a technological city, a fairy land, etc.
* ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats'' ran with this in multiple directions: of the five major recurring villains, one was a mutant MadScientist, one an undead sorcerer, one a DiabolicalMastermind with a small army of demonic henchmen, and the last two were a husband-wife pair of gangster robots. Some of the one-shot villains included aliens (twice), ghosts (also twice), and a Volcano Demon. One of the best examples is possibly the episode "A Bright and Shiny Future" where the evil undead sorcerer Pastmaster goes TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture and revives the robot gangster Metallikats, creating a BadFuture where the SWAT Kats have been killed and Megakat City conquered by robot hordes. Pastmaster then goes back in time (to the presumed "present") and pulls ''those'' SWAT Kats ahead into the BadFuture to ensure their total destruction.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has an alien, a cyborg and a demon as part of the same team, and their opponents are quite varied as well. They even fight a BrainInAJar and [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys talking gorilla]] team! Still not convinced? [[ARareSentence How about a jar with a living, intelligent piece of alien... tofu...]] that tries to take over the world by starting a chain of fast food restaurants that serve a delicious meat substitute made of his secretions... which happens to be more alien tofu.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{ThunderCats|1985}}'' was made of this trope. It starts out with one feline humanoid alien race being chased by other mutant alien races after their planet's gyroscope blew up, introduced a [[SpiritAdvisor ghost mentor]]... They all crashland on a planet called Third Earth, inhabited by android robot bears, an evil mummy that transforms into an evil flying supermummy with the help of [[EldritchAbomination ancient demonic spirits]], with an enemy of the week that is either a Nazi starship captain (Shiner), cybernetic killer pirates (Hammerhand), a sort of yeti king who rides a giant snowcat (Snowman), a timetravelling samurai (Hachiman) or an Egyptian prince with a magic mindcontrol helmet who was trapped by the sphinx in an alternate dimension... And merchandising on steroids: the Thundertank, Cat's Lair, and various other massive metal machines. Oh, there was a female space cop as well. And hydras. And Grune the Destroyer appears to be an undead villain from the dawn of time. And volcano gods. And amazonian girl-ninjas of the treetops. And unicorns. And the Dobermen (aargh, aargh). And [[DeathByOriginStory dead parents]], telepathy and [[AnAesop addiction]]. The entire thing was written on crack.
* In ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' [[TransformersGeneration1 G1]] there are a few episodes that the eponymous robots end up in a fantasy plot involving magic in it.
* ''WesternAnimation/UglyAmericans'' follows the life of social worker at the Dept. of Integration in New York City. Those in need of integration? Vampires, zombies, werewolves, land-whales, mermaids, and various people human and 'other'.
* Jokingly referenced in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', where pirates board the Venture family's ship.
-->'''Hank:''' Brock, if pirates really exist, then Santa Claus and The Tooth Fairy could even be real, right?! It's like all bets are off!
-->'''Brock:''' Hank, nobody ever said pirates don't exist.
-->'''Hank''': So you agree with me that this is impossible!
* The ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' universe features fairies, witches, sorcerers, pixies, warriors, nymphs, ghosts, dragons, ogres, trolls, mermaids, [[WizardingSchool Wizarding Schools]], and magic trees in the Magic Dimension. That doesn't even count the fact that the main characters are all aliens from different worlds, or all the [[ScienceFantasy sci-fi elements]] present.

* ''{{Toys/BIONICLE}}'' has made liberal use of this, though most of the myths have been distorted through the ages, and the rest have other things keeping them from being perfectly straight examples: cyborgs, [[ElementalPowers elemental spirits]], {{Hobbits}}, an EldritchAbomination or two, dinosaurs, FishPeople, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]], mutants, [[EverythingsDeaderWithZombies zombies]], HumongousMecha and more. And yes, most of these things tend to [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot overlap with one another]].
* A mainstay of ''Magazine/WeeklyWorldNews'' - aliens advise the president, Congress is full of zombies (sure that's made up?), Dick Cheney is a robot, Satan was captured by American soldiers in Iraq, mermen have been found in the South Pacific and Bigfoot is advertising his crash diet.
** Don't be silly. Dick Cheney is obviously a ''vampire''.
*** Five bucks says he's related to Bat Boy!
* Mattel's Toys/MonsterHigh toy/book/media line. The Mummy's daughter is girlfriend to Medusa's son, and the Wolfman's daughter is [=BFFs=] with Dracula's and the Frankenstein Monster's progeny. And the zombie member of the cast is also the brain of the group, heh.
* A small sampling of the ''Toys/MonsterInMyPocket'' line includes the hydra, werewolf, griffin, tengu, zombie, MadScientist, invisible man, Ganesha, Loch Ness Monster, and boogeyman.
* Film star Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle dollhouse, completed in 1935 and displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, features elements of all the silent film actress's favorite stories from childhood. Classic fairy tales like Literature/{{Cinderella}} and Literature/HanselAndGretel appear side by side with Arthurian myth, the Arabian Nights, literary characters like Gulliver and Robinson Crusoe, authentic historical artifacts and religious icons from all over the world, and a 20th-century SantaClaus and WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse.

[[folder:Real Life and Religion]]
* As the Ancient Romans conquered areas, they would incorporate the local mythology into their own, leading to a state religion in which nearly every god and creature from Britain to India coexisted, and one was free to worship whatever they wanted so long as they worshiped the Emperor and they weren't planning on rebelling against the authorities as well.
* [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]]. Things like vampires, witches, and Frankenstein's monster, which are associated with Halloween, come from different sources.
* Omnism is that belief that all religions ever conceived are true - or, at least, contain some truth in it. Many type of syncretic religions can apply, actually.
* The English names for the days of the week. Sunday and Monday are named for the two most prominent astronomical bodies, the Sun and Moon. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday are named for Norse and Germanic gods, specifically Tyr, Woden, Thor, and Freyja/Frigg, respectively. The one particular oddball is Saturday, or Saturn's Day, which is the only day named after a Roman god in English.