The opposite of FandomRivalry. Two (or more) fandoms have a lot of overlap because of shared talent (sometimes the result of a ProductionPosse), because of similar subject matter, because they happened to air at about the same time, or for no real reason at all - they just like each other. Often people get into one fandom and are encouraged by this relationship to get into the other.



* In spite of the oft-hyped [[FandomRivalry tensions]] between fans of ''Franchise/StarWars'' and those of ''Franchise/StarTrek'', truth is, the two sagas are so different, they don't really step on each other's toes. And in the modern times, true pop-culture geeks understand the economics of how TV and film projects get the go-ahead or not, therefore, fans of both works tend to look at the others' success as being a boost to their own favorite.
** Creator/GeneRoddenberry and Creator/GeorgeLucas are documented as expressing admiration for the other's franchise. Lucas stated ''Trek'' influenced ''Wars'', and Roddenberry acknowledged it was the massive success of ''Wars'' that led to the greenlight for ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture''. Lucas' Creator/IndustrialLightAndMagic also provided the effects for many ''Star Trek'' movies.
** Plus, the fact that a couple Star Trek alumni have voiced characters in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' is further evidence that the days of the intense rivalry between franchises is past.
* ''Series/DueSouth'' and ''Film/HardCoreLogo''. [[CanadaEh Because Canadians have to stick together, eh?]]
* There's a great deal of overlap, probably unsurprisingly, between fans of ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'', ''Literature/AubreyMaturin'', ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'', ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' and Creator/JaneAusten. It's more generally known as the Age Of Sail fandom.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** Considering it's a show that teaches the magic of friendship, it makes sense why the fandom is on good terms with many others.
** ''Series/DoctorWho'' and ''MLP:FIM'' have developed some harmony between each other, mostly due to a fan-favorite minor character in the latter show reminding everybody of the Tenth Doctor.
** The Bronies have developed friendships with a lot of fandoms in general, but it seems that the biggest one is the friendship between the Creator/{{Valve|Software}} fandom. Mostly because the Valve games helped to spread the word on its early days, specially ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. Many ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' crossovers have been made, to the point of having designed characters from the show to represent the characters from the game in the crossovers, and many references to the game in the pony-related videos in [=YouTube=]. Also helped by the steadily growing number pony models for VideoGame/GarrysMod and Source Filmmaker, which are used to create most [=TF2=] fanvids.
** [=TF2=] and MLP fans get along for ''the most part'', but there are the [[VocalMinority Vocal Minorities]] who love [=TF2=] and despise MLP, and those who worship MLP and detest [=TF2=].
** One notable fandom overlap with MLP is ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. It seems odd, but just about a third of [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential the]] [[AffablyEvil DF]] [[CrazyAwesome community]] is a brony. It helps that, when a pony conversion mod was made, the ponies proved themselves to be [[BadassAdorable quite capable of dealing with the usual dwarven troubles]], [[KillerRabbit surpassing the dorfs themselves at times]].
** Bronies and ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' fans get along quite well. Fan art often emphasizes the similarities between characters of the two series (i.e., Sonic and Rainbow Dash, Knuckles and Applejack, and so on). Most fans at least. The [[VocalMinority Vocal Minorities]] of both fandoms seem to unreasonably [[FandomRivalry hate each other]] for no reason, leading to Blog/EquestriaDaily banning ''Sonic''-related content.
** ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' sees a good deal of camaraderie with Bronies, partially due to both franchises tending to dominate attention across the internet and being resultant. Naturally, this also causes some strife. The fact that fan favorite badass Dirk Strider is a Brony serves to smooth out the edges.
** Bronies also tend to get along with ''Film/BloodAndIceCreamTrilogy'' fans, most likely inspired by ''Creator/EdgarWright'' responding favorably to a fan-made crossover of My Little Pony and ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld''.
** Unsurprisingly, many Bronies are also associated with the UsefulNotes/FurryFandom, likely due to both fandoms being centered around cartoon animals and producing a large amount of fan art. This topic has been controversial in the past, and [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement that's all there is to be said about the subject.]]
** Given the nature of the fandom, the bronies tend to cross ponies with ''everything'' at some point, even leading to getting a rule of their own added to the RulesOfTheInternet (Rule 85) and that rule being accepted in the standard list now. That being said, you would be hard-pressed to find any fandom the bronies as a whole truly do not like. As for vice versa, your mileage may vary.
* The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' fandom has a large crossover percentage with ''{{Transformers}}'' fans. This gives the ''{{Franchise/Transformers}}'' fandom a healthy dose of self-awareness about itself bordering on SelfDeprecation. It's no accident that the ironic use of RuinedForever originated with ''Transformers'' fans; in return, DullSurprise became a meme regarding the poor artwork of Pat Lee. The ''[=MST3K=]'' influence is very heavily felt on the Wiki/TFWiki.
** And the TF fandom has a large percentage of crossover with the MLP fandom; it's only natural, since they're both Creator/{{Hasbro}} properties. Many convention-exclusive comic book covers have the Ponies and the bots interacting (ie. Vinyl Scratch and Soundwave playing music as [=DJs=]). Also helping is a notable fanfic, ''Fanfic/TheElementsOfHarmonyAndTheSaviorOfWorlds'', which not only bring the human characters from 80s ''MLP'' into the modern version, but also brings in [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers the original Transformers cartoon]], plus ''[[Franchise/GIJoe G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero]]'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Inhumanoids}}'' too (as they were all prone to CrossThrough in their heyday).
* You can expect many ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fans to be ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' fans and vice versa. ''Especially'' if they cosplay.
** The Touhou fandom is also very friendly with the ''Music/{{Vocaloid}}'' fandom, since both are series popularized by fan-submitted content.
* There is a lot of overlap between fans of the video game ''VideoGame/{{Titanfall}}'' and the anime and manga series ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', both of which center on conflicts between [[MiniMecha massive]] [[HumanoidAbomination "Titans"]] and infantry with [[GrapplingHookGun equipment to]] [[JetPack enhance mobility]].
* [[FandomRivalry Rival fandoms]] who team up with each other to [[EnemyMine fight a bigger Rival Fandom]] can develop into this over time. The rivalry between ''[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]]'' and ''Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'' has developed into this, for example.
** Sega has also stated that once they couldn't afford to make consoles anymore they preferred making games for the [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] because of the similarities between the Nintendo and Sega fandoms. It's no wonder that those fanbases love to team up against the Sony and Microsoft fandoms.
* Many Website/AlternateHistoryDotCom users are fans of ''Anime/CodeGeass'', due to the series being set in an alternate history. A good deal of timelines on the site are also ''Code Geass'' fanfics.
* With the advent of the new ''Series/DoctorWho'', there seems to be a deliberate effort underway to unite ''Who'' fans and ''Franchise/StarTrek'' fans. Besides little things like Creator/PatrickStewart being a big ''Who'' fan and Creator/FreemaAgyeman and Creator/JohnBarrowman being [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Niners]], there's also Stewart and Creator/DavidTennant appearing in an [=OldVic=] production of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. And now, there's [[ComicBook/StarTrekTheNextGenerationDoctorWhoAssimilation2 an official crossover comic from IDW publishing]] pitting the ''Enterprise-D'' and the 11th Doctor against a super-villain alliance between the Borg and Cybermen.
* A great deal of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' fans are well-versed in the DarkerAndEdgier [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow reboot]] of the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' franchise. While both universes have a character named {{Alucard}}, it's the seemliness between ''Hellsing''[='=]s Alucard and ''Castlevania''[='=]s Dracula that unites them. [[note]] Though, if they would ever run across each other in-universe it is virtually certain they'd tear each other to ribbons; after all, Alucard does not make little of the name “Dracul.” [[/note]]
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' and ''Radio/CabinPressure'', due to the shared presence of Creator/BenedictCumberbatch.
* WesternAnimation fans and {{Anime}} fans are beginning to get along pretty well. Several Western Animation characters are even drawn in Anime style on Website/DeviantArt, most notably the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' characters (the latter probably helped by the fact that Trey Parker, one of the creators of the aforementioned show, is a fan of anime).
* There are several ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''[=/=]''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' crossover artworks and fanfictions on Website/DeviantArt, especially thanks to ''VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory''.
* Fans of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' tend to easily become fans of the ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamSeries'', since Creator/PaulDini, head writer of ''BTAS'', wrote for the ''Arkham'' series, and many [=VAs=] from the Franchise/{{DCAU}} returned to voice their respective characters, notably Creator/KevinConroy as Franchise/{{Batman}} and Creator/MarkHamill as ComicBook/TheJoker. Quite notable in that most fandoms of each ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' adaptation tend to be [[FandomRivalry venomous towards each other]].
* If you're a fan of ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', chances are you're also a fan of ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', particularly [=HBO's=] ''Series/GameOfThrones'' series. A sizable portion of ''Skyrim'''s library of {{Game Mod}}s is devoted to adding ''Game of Thrones''-related content to the game -- there is ''more than one'' mod that adds a fully-modeled Longclaw, for example.
* There's also some overlap between ''Game of Thrones'' fans and players of ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings II'', since the latter is essentially a medieval politics simulator. There's a ''Game of Thrones''-themed GameMod which is reasonably popular, which has in turn inspired a number of AfterActionReport fan fictions. Now that there is also a mod for ''Crusader Kings II'' that allows you to play as one of the rulers in Tamriel, it seems the cycle is now complete.
* With the release of ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', the Website/{{Tumblr}}-born [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]] to [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} Lock]] pattern mentioned in the TV section continued, and now we have [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]][[Film/TheAvengers2012 Avenge]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} Lock]]. Any and all smaller combos of the four show up too.
* Since, in Japan, ''Anime/PrettyCure'' airs in the same kids block as ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/KamenRider'', they're going to be grouped together in a lot of fans' minds anyway, but it has a special relationship in 2012 due to the Japanese fandom almost unanimously deciding that [[Anime/SmilePrettyCure Yayoi]] is a {{Toku}} fan, and, like most fan things, exaggerating it. To wonderful effect.
** In an [[ interview]] published during the lead-in to the movie ''Film/KamenRiderXSuperSentaiSuperHeroTaisen'', ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' star Masahiro Inoue joking suggested that their next crossover would be with ''Anime/PrettyCure''.[[note]]He ended up being wrong on two counts: The film's sequel ''Film/KamenRiderXSuperSentaiXSpaceSheriffSuperHeroTaisenZ'' was a crossover with ''Film/SpaceSheriffGavanTheMovie'' in which Decade was reduced to a FakeShemp, while Decade's next real appearance was a BatFamilyCrossover in the [[PostScriptSeason post-script epilogue]] of ''Series/KamenRiderWizard''.[[/note]]
* Many ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fans also like the lesser-known ''Webcomic/ScandinaviaAndTheWorld'', due to the similar premises of the series.
* There is quite a bit of overlap between the fandoms of ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' and ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}''.
* It seems there are a fair few ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' fans (as in, fans of the franchise in general, not ''Friendship is Magic'' in particular) who are also ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' fans, perhaps due to both of them being child-oriented and collecting-oriented.
* Hell, a fair chunk of tumblr is dedicated to giant love piles of fandom friendship. [[WebOriginal/{{Fandomstuck}} Excellently exemplified by]] [[ this post.]]
* Fans of ComicBooks, collectible card games like ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', tabletop wargames like ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', and roleplaying games like ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' see considerable overlap, since all are often found under the same roof.
* Many fans of ''Film/LesMiserables2012'', followed Aaron Tveit and George Blagden, the actors who portrayed fan favorite characters Enjolras and Grantaire, to their next projects, ''Series/{{Graceland}}'' and ''Series/{{Vikings}}''. This led to a lot of mingling and friendship between the three fandoms.
* Many fans of the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' are also fans of the ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Gamera}}'' movies. Many who worked on one entry in one franchise have worked on another entry in another one. For example, Creator/ShusukeKaneko of the 90s Gamera Trilogy directed ''Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All Out Attack'' and several episodes of 2005's ''Ultraman Max'' and Creator/IshiroHonda directed several episodes of ''The Return of Ultraman''. But most famously, the creator of the Ultra Series was the special effects man for the first batch of Godzilla movies - Creator/EijiTsuburaya.
* ''Film/PacificRim'':
** With the ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' fandom, mostly because of mutual Charlie Day presences.
** The ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' fandom is also friendly with this fandom, mostly for the whole "Jaeger" connection.
** And ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' due to several similarities between the two, even comes with its own ReiAyanamiExpy.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}'', and ''{{VideoGame/Psychonauts}}'' form what is collectively called "Mystery Kids". ''Gravity Falls'' is also commonly seen with ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' and ''Series/TwinPeaks''.
* The Creator/NipponIchi and ''Franchise/WhenTheyCry'' fanbase, namely due to the former being big players in movements to localize the later.
* Fans of post cancellation ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' and ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' are often friendly with each other because both shows rely on pop culture references for jokes and have very similar humor. Of course, this would would also lead to include [[{{Hatedom}} Friendly Hatedoms]] of both.
* The ''VideoGame/WorldOfTanks'' and ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'' fandoms are essentially the same people, and both the game and the show became runaway {{Sleeper Hit}}s by drawing on each other's success, particularly in Japan where the latter's cult following started.
* ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' and anime fans in general with some overlap of FandomRivalry. It also helps to note that there are [[{{Animesque}} a lot of anime-like cliches in the game]], the Riot staff members being anime geeks themselves, and the voice actors who voiced champions in this game also work in the anime dubs themselves.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'':
** ''Homestuck'' and ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' used to have [[FandomRivalry quite the rivalry,]] but after realizing that the two fandoms overlap ''a lot'', they've made up and declared themselves each others Moirails. Hetalia has also struck a cord with some Website/AlternateHistoryDotCom users as well, with all the frequent AlternateUniverseFic opportunities.
** ''Homestuck'' and ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' also have a decent overlap, which makes sense since both series have a tendency to kill off their LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters after fleshing them out and giving them unique personalities, and both series involve teens having to deal with TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt in different ways. It's also thought the fans of the former latched onto the latter because the former is on hiatus leading up to the final act.
** Fans of Homestuck tend to overlap with fans of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' a great deal, due to both of them involving the musical genius of Toby Fox.
** Also for a short while with the ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' fandom, though it faded into flavor of the month territory.
** ''WebOriginal/SeventeenThousandSevenHundredSeventySix'' deserves special mention, as upon becoming popular it was ''instantly'' compared to ''Homestuck'', and therefore the fandoms of both overlapped heavily.
** It'd actually be quicker to list the fandoms Homestuck DOESN'T overlap with.
* ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' and ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' have so many fans in common that co-producer Jeffrey Cranor attributed the spike in ''Night Vale'''s popularity on Tumblr to the simultaneous rise of the Fannibals. It's easy to see what they have in common: both shows are horror-oriented and surreal, with CreepyGood protagonists and a very morbid sense of humour, and while ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' is a much more serious show, its fandom tends to be light-hearted and irreverent in a way that doesn't clash with the ''Night Vale'' fandom's sense of whimsy.
* Since ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' and ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' have similar themes, share Creator/IdinaMenzel playing a main character, and have an IAmBecomingSong as their SignatureSong, fandoms between the two overlap a lot.
** There's also some overlap with the anime ''Anime/KillLaKill''. Both feature, anti-respectively, an IceQueen and an IcePerson (who happens to be a queen) with fitting amounts of blue in their character designs, stepping out of a hidebound, tradition-controlled isolation, [[spoiler:and both feature two formerly close sisters brought back together]]. It certainly helps that ''Frozen'' premiered during ''Kill'''s run on TV.
** In addition, the fandom of ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' also tends to overlap with ''Frozen's'' fandom, with the conflict between the two sisters being compared to that of the one between Steve Rogers and Winter Soldier/[[spoiler: Bucky Barnes]], to the point that it is common for fans to draw Anna and Elsa as the former two.
** ''Frozen'' and ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' is more common than any other princess movie crossover. A large portion of it has to do with a small Rapunzel cameo at the start of the film.
* Fans of {{Fighting Game}}s, particularly ''StreetFighter'', also tend to love ''DragonBall''. Considering both predominantly feature a bunch of martial artists firing off [[KiManipulation ki]] [[KamehameHadoken blasts]], it's really no surprise.
* Curiously enough, there seems to be a budding overlap between ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' and ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''. Which makes sense given that both series include [[AnthropomorphicPersonifications personified beings]] as well as involve UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and history to some degree.
* The Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog fandom may have a notorious vocal minority that seems to dislike anything that isn't Sonic (and is remarkably picky about Sonic), but even they get along well with ComicBook/{{Batman}} fans. This is most likely because these Sonic fans grew up during TheNineties, whose perception of Sonic was shaped tremendously by ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'' (the Saturday morning series simply titled ''Sonic the Hedgehog'' and ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'', both of which were incredibly dark series for their target audiences), and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' and Tim Burton's ''Film/{{Batman}}'' had a similarly dark and bleak feel.
** Surprisingly, another Sonic example is ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' and ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', due to both franchises starting in the early 90s, both franchises being the go-to series for the Sega Genesis, and both being popular game series in the western world, despite the fact that Sonic is a family-friendly franchise and Mortal Kombat is an adult-targeted franchise.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'':
** The fandom boasts multiple crossover fanarts, especially with ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
** This movie has sparked a lot more interest in the upcoming Creator/{{Pixar}} movie Coco that will also be based on the Day of The Dead. The movie originally had a lot of flack from many wondering how you could even make a movie about the holiday, but ''The Book of Life'' proved you could make a good movie that wasn't just a Halloween redress.
** Unsurprising, considering the mutual love for friendly, skeletal protagonists, but a lot of ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' fans love the film. A common headcanon is that La Muerte is related to Jack Skellington, perhaps his mother or sister.
** ''WesternAnimation/KuboAndTheTwoStrings'' also gets a lot of love from ''Book of Life'' fans due to the films' similar themes and fledgling cult status. The friendship between Gutierrez and ''Kubo'' creator Shannon Tindle helps as well.
* A lot of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' fans enjoy ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' due to their main influence being the SherlockHolmes canon. For some strange reason, they also enjoy ''Series/DoctorWho''.
* The ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' fandom generally gets along quite well with the ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' fan base, due to the latter being s big inspiration for the former. Many fans bond over the similarities between the two franchises, enjoying the Expies, {{Shout Out}}s, and creating Berserk characters and builds in the games. This got even more pronounced with ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}''.
* There's some overlap of mecha anime (especially SuperRobot) fans and fans of tokusatsu series such as ''Franchise/KamenRider'' or ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' (and by extension, ''Franchise/PowerRangers''). It helps that Super Sentai outright has giant robots. For a while it wasn't too unusual to see tokusatsu threads on [[Website/FourChan /m/]]. Generally, super robot fans will appreciate anything that has that "Super Robot Spirit" even if it doesn't have mecha.
* RhythmGame fans and ''Franchise/LoveLive'' fans tend to have some sense of overlap. While part of this can be attributed to ''Love Live! School Idol Festival'', there are rhythm game fans who watch ''Love Live! School Idol Project'' too.
** Another Love Live! example, though only in the beginning phase so far, is ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' and ''Franchise/LoveLive'' on Website/DeviantArt. There is some fanart of Honoka Kousaka meeting and even befriending Dog and a series of oneshot crossover fanfictions where Honoka lands in Nearburg is currently being written by a Deviantartist named SonicAndHildaFan11.
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' and ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' get along well since both series feature use of the FusionDance trope to combine characters into more powerful forms, and crossovers showing ArcVillain Peridot as Vegeta and Jasper as Nappa are very common.
** In a more general sense, there are a lot of anime fans who are also fans of ''Steven Universe'' and vice versa. This has the side effect of having created a one-sided FandomRivalry, however, due to anime fans who aren't interested in ''Steven Universe'' getting inundated with ''Steven Universe'' discussion everywhere they go.
* ''Disney/TheLionKing'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Balto}}'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''Literature/ArashiNoYoruNi'', ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'', ''Literature/WarriorCats'', and ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron'' get along a lot due to being animal-centric works.
* ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'', ''Animation/LeafieAHenIntoTheWild'',''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', ''Anime/RingingBell'', ''Literature/WatershipDown'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAnimalsOfFarthingWood'', and ''Literature/ThePlagueDogs'' often share fans and fans tend to get along due to them being [[TearJerker depressing]] animations about animals.
* A lot of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' fans enjoy ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', likely due to similarities between [[spoiler:DIO and both the Mad Dummy and Mettaton EX, as well as between Asriel and the Fallen Child and young Jonathan Joestar and Dio Brando, respectively]].
* At least on Website/{{Tumblr}}, there is a good overlap between ''Literature/LesMiserables'' fans and ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' fans. Makes sense considering the similarities between ''Hamilton'' and the [[Theatre/LesMiserables theatre adaptation]] of ''Les Misérables'': both are musicals based on historical events, with some of their plot revolving around a(n attempted) revolution. It probably also helped that ''Hamilton'' debuted around the time ''Les Misérables'' fans were running out of material from [[Film/LesMiserables2012 the 2012 film adaptation]].
* ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'' fans and ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'' fans tend to have a lot of overlap due to similarities between Jareth and the Bog King and the overall aesthetic of the film. ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' pops up in the Labyrinth fandom as well, probably because both take place underground. With the popularity of ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' and ''Webcomic/GirlsNextDoor'', ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'', ''Theater/PhantomOfTheOpera'' and ''Theater/LesMiserables'' fans often have some presence in Labyrinth-dominated spaces, and vice versa.
* The ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' fandom has quite a few ''Creator/StudioGainax'' or ''Creator/StudioTrigger'' fans in it, especially ''Anime/KillLaKill'' and ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', mostly because of their {{Troperrific}} and RuleOfCool status. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] as the creator of ''RWBY'' Monty Oum [[ stated]] that at least two of Gainax's animes (the aforementioned ''Gurren Lagann'' and ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'') influenced his show and [[ confessed]] to enjoying the latter.
* A peculiar case concerns [=GameStop=] customers, who tend to also be fans of the burger chain Smashburger due to [[ their respective logos looking suspiciously similar]].
* Film/{{Tron}} fans? Chances are, they're also working with ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'' (''very'' similar premise and computer humor). ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' fans also gravitate towards ''StarWarsRebels'' (similar themes and DoomedByCanon), or the {{Voltron}} reboot. And yes, they're also terribly friendly with ''Film/TheBigLebowski'', ''Series/BabylonFive,'' and ''Series/ScarecrowAndMrsKing''
* Fans of TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 are, in many cases, also fans of Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure. Probably because both franchises tend to be seen as both hyper-masculine and filled with balls-to-the-wall CrazyAwesome characters.
* ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' and ''Webcomic/CheckPlease'' have a very close knit fandom. Both series focus on an ice sport (figure skating and hockey, respectively), and [[spoiler:QueerRomance]]. Among other similarities, Yuri and Jack share an anxiety disorder while Bitty used to be an ice skater.
* For whatever the reason, the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' fandom is really into ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''. The two fandoms share a lot of fans and there are numerous fan-animations to ''Hamilton'' songs.
* ''Film/WonderWoman'' and ''VideoGame/Battlefield1'' fans really get along with each other as both of their works are set in World War I and are credited for reigniting popular interest in the conflict.[[note]]Previously most entertainment executives have dismissed the era as too toxic for sales figures.[[/note]] There are many jokes and memes about how ''Wonder Woman'' would be great DLC material for ''Battlefield 1''. Also both entries have their own version of a "killer" – ''Battlefield 1'' has been called the [[VideoGame/CallOfDuty COD Killer]] for having superior critical reception and player retention than its rival game VideoGame/CallOfDutyInfiniteWarfare while the titular heroine of ''Wonder Woman'' is called a "God Killer" for [[spoiler:killing the Ares the God of War]].
* ''Film/RogueOne'' fans? Odds are that they also like ''VideoGame/HaloReach''. Both are DarkerAndEdgier prequels of popular sci-fi franchises involving special forces squads for going on a SuicideMission to recover data on a superweapon for the heroes of the original trilogy.

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* While they are not too similar plotwise, many fans of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' also enjoy ''Manga/SoulEater''. Perhaps because of their similar cast and production, or the similar messages and tones, the two are subject to much crossover. Also, they both ran in Monthly Shonen Gangan for nine years.
* In general, fans of ''Manga/{{Dragonball}}'' are usually fans of ''Manga/OnePiece'', due to the similar art style and tone. It helps that Creator/EiichiroOda practically idolizes Creator/AkiraToriyama.
* Basically any series by Creator/{{CLAMP}} has a significant fan overlap with any other series done by the same group. The fact that CLAMP wrote a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover, ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'', that included characters from almost every series they've ever done essentially created a pan-series fandom.
* Creator/StudioGainax has a similar story, with fans that cross-over the studio's series more often than not. Popular cross-overs include ''Anime/{{FLCL}}''[=-=]''Anime/ThisUglyYetBeautifulWorld'' and ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''[=-=]''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt''[[note]]In turn, the ''Panty & Stocking'' fandom also has overlapped with the fandom of ''Manga/BlackButler'', of all manga and anime.[[/note]].
* Gainax fans and Creator/StudioTrigger fans are having close bonds. Just look at all those cross-overs between ''Anime/KillLaKill'' and Gainax works, especially ''Panty & Stocking'' and ''Gurren Lagann''!
* The ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' and [[Franchise/{{Nasuverse}} Type Moon]] fans are quite close to each other, and are frequently crossed over in fan art and the like. Probably due to author Creator/GenUrobuchi being the writer of ''LightNovel/FateZero''. They even share memes between each other, with the ''Madoka'' fanbase using "Unlimited Gun Works" to describe Mami [[spoiler:and Homura]], and the ''Fate'' fanbase borrowing the "being meguca is suffering" meme for several ''Fate/Zero'' characters, particularly Lancer.
** Also with other Creator/StudioShaft productions. Especially ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'' (the glassy, modernistic backgrounds are somewhat similar, and Homura shares [[Creator/ChiwaSaito a voice]] and appearance with Hitagi [[spoiler:(and, earlier, with Hanikawa)]]), ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' (artist Creator/UmeAoki designed ''Madoka's'' characters, with Madoka herself bearing a strong resemblance to ''Hidamari'''s viewpoint character Yuno), and occasionally ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' for the show's emphasis on despair.
** They also seem to get along with the Franchise/WhenTheyCry fanbase.
** There's also a significant overlap with the ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' fandom in the form of fanart of Homura and Kaworu as friends, mostly due to both of them being interpreted as [[LesYay having]] [[HoYay same-sex]] crushes on their respective protagonists and [[spoiler:going through multiple timelines in order to save them (a theory in Kaworu's case, confirmed in Homura's case)]]. It's also something of a RunningGag for both fandoms to comfort each other over the MindScrew and TearJerker natures of their respective series.
** Shockingly, ''Madoka'' fans are rather amicable with the ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' fandom. This is shocking due to the fact that both anime come from completely different genres, both at first seem to be on opposite ends of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism and both have nearly different artstyles. However, aside from a few [[GreyAndGrayMorality subtle]] [[DeconReconSwitch similarities]], the overlap comes mostly from the main characters Madoka and Simon who both started out as nearly identical characters before developing into similar but different characters at the end.
** ''Anime/PrincessTutu'' and ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' tend to get along, as both are {{deconstruction}}s of the MagicalGirl genre that take a dark outlook.
* The ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' fandom and ''Anime/{{Free}}'' fandom are quite close, especially on Tumblr and Twitter, despite being from complete opposite genres. Interactions mainly consist jokes of characters crossing over, comparisons being made between them, or roleplaying.
* The ''Manga/{{Haikyuu}}'' fanbase seem to get along with ''Anime/{{Free}}'' fanbase and it's not uncommon for Free! fans to be also fans of Haikyuu and vice versa. It also doesn't help to note that both of the said shows had helped contribute the revival of sports anime in the North American fanbase in TheNewTens. [[note]][[AmericansHateTingle Sports anime had historically sold poorly in America]][[/note]]
* While not as tight-knit, ''Manga/BigWindup'', ''Manga/YowamushiPedal'', ''Manga/AceOfDiamond'' and ''Manga/KurokoNoBasuke'' also tie in as sports anime FriendlyFandoms. People who watch one sports anime tend to get sucked into others, and as a result, there's a lot of fandom overlap.
* ''Anime/ValvraveTheLiberator'' Haruto/L-elf shippers, overcome with emotion from the TearJerker ending, jumped onto ''Anime/Hamatora'', which began shortly after VVV ended. The "Nice Art" ship was observed to be similar to [=HaruEru=], and thus, the Coffee Ship was born (named after Haruto's comment that he could be like sugar to L-elf's bitter coffee). Sorey/Mikleo of ''VideoGame/TalesOfZestiria'', Inaho/Slaine ([=OrangeBat=]) of ''Anime/AldnoahZero'', and others have since been accepted into the coffee brotherhood.
* Kuroh/Shiro of ''Anime/{{K}}'', Shion/Nezumi of ''Anime/No6'', and Allen/Kanda of ''Manga/DGrayMan'' are the "Black and White" ships, and are often compared and drawn in crossover fanart together like the Coffee Ships.
* Quite a few HumongousMecha fandoms have befriended one another thanks to the ''Videogame/SuperRobotWars'' franchise. This is largely because ''SRW'' doesn't just CrossOver the shows, but integrates their plotlines into a cohesive whole, which results in characters from different series befriending one another and often leads to better CharacterDevelopment and happier endings.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Anime/QueensBlade'' is [[CrackPairing one hell of this]], taking into account both series belongs to different demographics ({{Shonen}} and {{Seinen}} respectively). The only thing they have in common is both series are action-oriented and the fact, at least regarding ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', is the fact some characters, like [[FanservicePack Ino Yamanaka]], [[MsFanservice Tsunade]], [[HiddenBuxom Hinata Hyuga]] and few other females definitely would not being too out of place in the ''Anime/QueensBlade'' universe in any stretch.
%%* There's a reason why anime and manga are lumped together so much on this wiki.
* ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' fans are often very friendly with fans of the slightly earlier anime import ''[[SpaceBattleshipYamato Star Blazers]]''. They tend to be of the same generation and most are fans of both. They are both sister icons of OldSchool anime largely associated with the "first wave" of Western anime fandom. Also, the opinion of purists notwithstanding, the two shows are the most successful early attempts by American anime importers that attempted to preserve the integrity of their respective original Japanese series (allowing more mature themes such as death, relationships, and character development).
* ''Manga/BokuraNoHentai'' and ''Manga/WanderingSon'' fans tend to intersect and be friendly. This largely is because Marika is a Nitori {{expy}} in many ways, they both deal with transgender issues, and the former manga began just after ''Wandering Son'' ended.
* ''Anime/CuteHighEarthDefenseClubLove'' and ''Anime/{{Free}}'' have a lot of mutual fans, due to them catering for the female audience through guy {{Fanservice}}. Due to the [[MagicalGirl nature of]] [[{{Parody}} the show]], it's inevitable that magical girl fans also are part of the fandom.
* There's a lot of mixing and friendliness between fans of ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', and ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. When the ''Naruto'' manga ended many fans gravitated towards the ''Hunter X Hunter'' manga and 2011 adaptation, while a lot of ''Fullmetal Alchemist 2003'' fans are fond of ''Hunter X Hunter 1999'', with some also being fans of ''Hunter X Hunter 2011''.
* The "Big 3" - ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/OnePiece'', and ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' - are friendly [[FandomRivalry rivals]]. There's a lot of insult trading between them but ''many'' fans enjoy, or at least respect, the others as well.
* Creator/StudioGhibli fans tend to be "Studio Ghibli fans" rather than fans of individual movies. Fanartists and cosplayers enjoy crossing over as many Ghibli characters as possible. Also, hardcore Disney fans who tends to balk at the "[[WidgetSeries weirdess]]" of anime in general tend to make an exception to Studio Ghibli due to their beautiful animation and general G-rating (don't tell them about Anime/GraveOfTheFireflies)
* Back in the day, there was a pretty well-known overlap between fandoms for ''Manga/OnePiece'' and ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', primarily on the basis that they both have very distinct art styles, that Creator/EiichiroOda and Creator/HirohikoAraki are extremely pop culture savvy in regards to both Japanese and western media and flaunt it in their work whenever they can, and that both series are LongRunners whose stories have only gotten wilder and wilder since they began.
* There is a ton of camaraderie between fans of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', and ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' thanks to all three series' reputation for [[RatedMForManly MANLINESS]] and the similar appearances of their protagonists and art styles. The three are sometimes called "The Holy Trinity of MANIME''.
* Over the years, the FandomRivalry between fans of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' has mostly subsided, and the fandoms have become more and more friendly with each other. It's likely [[FriendlyRivalry BECAUSE of the former rivalry that the two have grown close]].
* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' and ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', since both shows feature {{Magical Girl}}s with insane amounts of badassery and firepower... which begs the question: Which fandom [[DefeatMeansFriendship beat the other up for them to become friends]]?

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* This often happens in Marvel and DC, when characters from various corners of their worlds are placed on the same team and these appearances are well-received and fans enjoy their faves' interactions.
* Fans of various Creator/MarvelComics books about teenage superheroes -- ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', ''ComicBook/AvengersAcademy'', ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers'', ''[[Comicbook/NewMutants New X-Men]]'', ''Sentinel'', ''Gravity'', ''ComicBook/AvengersTheInitiative'', Sam Alexander ComicBook/{{Nova}}, ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'', ''ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery'', ''ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard'', new [[ComicBook/MsMarvel2014 Ms. Marvel]] and ''ComicBook/AllNewGhostRider'' -- tend to stick together. This also extends to various Spider-themed teens from alternate universes, like ''ComicBook/SpiderGirl'', ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'' or ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen''. And while not all of them like the main Franchise/SpiderMan, he is getting a lot of respect for how influential his original stories were to the genre. They are also on good terms with their DC equivalent - fans of ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' and ''ComicBook/YoungJustice''. And a significant part of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' fandom, the one that enjoys adventures of various Robins, Batgirls and other teenage members of Bat-Family.
* Franchise/SpiderMan fans and Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} fans are on quite good terms. This is greatly helped by the fact that Spider-Man and Daredevil are very close friends in-universe (to the point that Daredevil is one of the only people Spider-Man trusts with his secret identity). This also extends to other New York-based, street level heroes like the Heroes For Hire, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Darkhawk.
* Spider-Man fans tend to get along with ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} fans, partially due to both characters being well-known for snarky humor. It helps that the two often have really good crossovers.
* Fans of the Marvel horror line, that is books like ComicBook/GhostRider, ComicBook/{{Morbius}}, ComicBook/WerewolfByNight and Comicbook/{{Blade}}, are very friendly with each other and with Comicbook/DoctorStrange fans. In fact, a lot of fans of Marvel magic-themed characters seem to be getting along very well.
* FrancoBelgianComics, particularly ''ComicBook/{{Tintin}}'' and ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}''.
* Fans of ''ComicBook/SwampThing'' and ''ComicBook/AnimalMan'' tend to get along. Which is ironic, since their respective [[MyRealDaddy daddies]] - Creator/AlanMoore and Creator/GrantMorrison - really don't like each other.
* Fans of Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue Deconick are extremely close with each other, which is rather fitting given that the two are married in RealLife.
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' fans and Franchise/SpiderMan fans tend get along well, despite the whole DC vs Marvel thing, perhaps because the two heroes are so similar that you can't really like one and hate the other. Doesn't hurt that the two have had three crossovers to themselves and two company wide crossovers where they both appeared. The two fandoms became the other's sole confidant when the two franchises started facing the same problems.
* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' fans and ''ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}'' fans tend to get along marvelously, perhaps because of the similarities between both heroines (both are distaff counterparts of famous male heroes, both have been looked down on by comic fans because of it, both were fridged for decades, replaced and eventually brought back). Or perhaps because they are always friends in every comicverse and even other media as ''Franchise/TheDCAU'', ''WesternAnimation/SuperBestFriendsForever'' or ''WebAnimation/DCSuperHeroGirls''. Regardless of the reason, Kara Zor-El fans use to be Barbara Gordon (or Stephanie Brown) fans too, and vice versa; and both fandoms respect each other.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* The fandoms of ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'', ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'' and ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'' all seem to get along with one another pretty well (as long as the topic of which film was better is avoided), with a lot of crossover fan art and fan fiction existing between them.
* Largely due to releasing around the same time and the respective protagonists' ages being close together, overlapping fandoms of the ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'', ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' movies became ''SugarWiki/RiseOfTheBraveTangledDragons''. Fans of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' are also on good terms with fans of these movies, probably because of the [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel-Flynn cameo]] and Elsa's [[AnIcePerson similar powers]] to [[RiseOfTheGuardians Jack Frost]] ([[CrossoverShip in fact, the two are often shipped together]])
* ''Disney/BigHero6'' fans with the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse fans. They have come up with possible crossovers that involve Hiro joining S.H.I.E.L.D. or Baymax greeting the Avengers.
* While most Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon fandoms get along, three in particular often intersect and get along ''especially'' well. "Four Seasons" is the FanNickname for ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' together. The name comes from the main girls being seen as representing seasons: Rapunzel (or Anna) is spring, Anna (or Rapunzel) is summer, Merida is autumn, and Elsa is winter.
* There seems to be overlap in some places between ''Zootopia'' and ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'', due to both containing PettingZooPeople.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The fandom of the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films overlaps with that of Tim Burton's film of ''Film/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'' due to the many shared actors in both films. Comments on Website/YouTube clips of the latter often jokingly refer to [[Creator/AlanRickman Judge Turpin]], [[Creator/HelenaBonhamCarter Mrs. Lovett]], and [[Creator/TimothySpall Beadle Bamford]] as Snape, Bellatrix, and Pettigrew, respectively.
* ''Franchise/EvilDead'', ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'', and ''Franchise/FridayThe13th''. In addition to be three of the biggest horror franchises to come out of the 80's, its creators were fans of each other's work, and referenced each other at least once in their respective films. All three had enough fans to warrant not only [[Film/FreddyVsJason a cinematic crossover between Freddy and Jason]], but also [[ComicBook/FreddyVsJasonVsAsh a comic book crossover between all three]].
* Giant monster fans of multiple franchises tend to get along very well, despite studio rivalries. ''Franchise/{{Gamera}}'' fans and ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' fans are prime examples. Fan sites to one nearly always include the other and crossover fan-works are extremely common. In that vein, there are plenty of people who love ''Film/PacificRim'' and ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' for being big budget giant monster movies. They turn rival when one camp dislikes the tone or execution of the other.
* ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''
** The MCU fandom gets along better with the fandom of ''Film/{{Deadpool|2016}}'' than with those of [[Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan previous]] [[Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast post-Avengers]] [[Film/FantasticFour2015 efforts]] mostly due to the fact that Deadpool's black comedy and graphic violence would be better off in its own universe than in the LighterAndSofter MCU. It helps that ''Deadpool'' avoids blatant jabs at the MCU, with MCU producer Kevin Feige offering his consultation and approval to the production crew.
** Surprisingly, MCU fans are on much better terms with ''Film/MonsterVerse'' fans than ''Film/DCExtendedUniverse'' fans. This may be due to both franchises sharing the same actors such as Creator/AaronTaylorJohnson and Creator/ElizabethOlsen for ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' and Creator/TomHiddleston, Creator/BrieLarson and Creator/SamuelLJackson for ''Film/KongSkullIsland''. It could also be fact that Marvel had produced a Godzilla comic book line in the 70's, therefore some Marvel fans consider Godzilla an honorary Marvel character. Regardless, both fandoms like each other so much so that both fandoms would like to see a crossover with The Avengers fighting Godzilla or other famous Kaiju.

* Creator/TerryPratchett fans and Creator/NeilGaiman fans, because of their collaboration on ''Literature/GoodOmens''.
** And Creator/DouglasAdams fans overlap with both!
** And Creator/DouglasAdams fans lap over with ''Series/DoctorWho'' fans, since Adams was a writer and producer for the show, and one of his books, ''Literature/DirkGentlysHolisticDetectiveAgency'', was basically a rewrite of an unused DW script. Then Creator/NeilGaiman wrote two ''Doctor Who'' episodes, showing his love for the series, cementing these relationships.
** Between 2005 and 2006, there was a major crash on a Creator/WilliamGibson message board, so the members of that board were essentially invited to hang out on the official Gaiman forum until the site issues were resolved. They did, and the two fandoms got along so well that some members wound up participating on both boards for years.
* ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' and ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', due to both being fantasy written by authors who were close personal friends and both had an intensely Christian worldview (which influenced their works to varying degrees). Interestingly enough, Tolkien, despite his friendship with Lewis, has stated that his dislike for Narnia calling it an illogical pastiche of mythical elements.
* Back when both series were originally coming out, the ''Literature/{{Sweep}}'' and ''Literature/CircleOfThree'' fandoms fed into each other, since they were both YA series about teenage witches coming out around the same time. There were many [=GeoCities=] sites dedicated to both.
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' and ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' fans are best buddies. They've oftentimes joined together [[FandomRivalry against]] ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. In any case, there are loads of "The Potter Games" and "District 9¾" pages with an emblem of an owl carrying a broom inside the mockingjay pin.
* Fans of [[MohsScaleOfSciFiHardness hard science fiction writers and series]] like Larry Niven, Robert Reed, David Brin, and Peter Watts tend to be pretty close-knit with each other.
* ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'' and ''Literature/{{Fahrenheit 451}}'' readers, due to both novels revolving around {{dystopia}}n governments that censor material, being published relatively close in time to each other, and featuring elements that have become part of many real-life governments.
* ''Literature/WarriorCats'' and ''Literature/WingsOfFire'', due to the author Tui Sutherland being a member of Creator/ErinHunter and creating ''Wings Of Fire''.
* ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'' and older ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' fans naturally get along, considering the former started life as the latter's fanfiction.
* There's a ton of overlap between fans of ''Literature/TheRavenCycle'' and ''Literature/AllForTheGame'', and even a fair amount of crossover fan work despite the relative differences of the two series.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' and ''Series/ABitOfFryAndLaurie'', due to the shared double act of Creator/StephenFry and Creator/HughLaurie.
* Creator/JossWhedon's shows sometimes seem like they just have one big fandom. A good example of the "one big fandom" phenomenon is the Whedonverse Track at DragonCon, which is literally the fan track for ALL of Joss Whedon's stuff.
* Joss Whedon's fandoms overlap with fans of TimMinear, as he wrote and produced for several of Joss' shows, as well as creating shows with similar concepts which [[ScrewedByTheNetwork met the same fate]] as some of Joss'.
* Creator/JJAbrams' shows.
* ''Series/VeronicaMars'' fans overlaps with Joss Whedon fans as well, likely because Joss himself was a fan of ''Veronica Mars'' (even making a cameo once) and because it features another snarky petite blonde title character who's a strong woman, similar to his ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''.
* ''Series/TinMan'' and ''Series/{{Alice|2009}}'' - mostly because of their similar production staff and tone. Likewise with their literary ancestors. Baum was a fan of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland''.
* Old-school ''Series/DoctorWho'' and ''Series/BlakesSeven'' were made by the same people and shared several actors, sets, and locations, so B7 became the original adult sister show to Doctor Who. Most B7 fans are also avid Doctor Who fans.
* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' has some overlap and friendliness with fans of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' and ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', as both can be seen as being "the 21st century ''Blake's 7''", without being so similar as to arouse accusations of copying.
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' and ''Series/DoctorWho'' have a bit of overlap and {{crossover}}ing going on (''Sherlock'' overlapping more with ''Doctor Who'' than the other way round, due to a smaller fanbase) thanks to [[Creator/StevenMoffat The Grand Moff]] being executive producer at both. Ever since Neil Gaiman wrote the very popular ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Doctor's Wife" for series 6, one which confirmed old fan theories, and contained a general display of awesome, and returned with "Nightmare in Silver" for series 7, the two fandoms have definitely gained a friendship.
* The running gag JustForFun/InspectorSpacetime was well received by both ''Series/{{Community}}'' fans and ''Series/DoctorWho'' fans.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' and ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' fandoms have a very, very large amount of overlap, to the point where it could quite reasonably argued that they share almost the same core base of fans. The fact that during the second half of the 2000s they almost always aired one after the other on the same network certainly helped this as did the fact that they were the two powerhouse SciFi series that were basically keeping the ungrateful CW Network afloat. The then-current network president's perceived treatment of the two shows as [[NetworkRedHeadedStepChild Network RedHeaded Step Children]] (in favor of promoting shows like ''Series/GossipGirl'' or the 90210 remake as being the network's flagship programs) led to further unity between the two fandoms, which rightly or wrongly perceived themselves as being united against a common foe (namely, the perceived indifference on the part of the execs). The massive prevalence of fanfic crossovers between the two shows is also a testament to the unity between the ''Smallville'' and ''Supernatural'' fanbases.
* ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' and ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' are two fandoms you'd expect to get into some variation on a SubbingVersusDubbing brawl. And yet, that does not happen. Both the fans and production crews get along extremely well (to the point that they share sets and props, and for a couple of Super Sentai opening and ending sequences in the past few years, they filmed in New Zealand using the crew for ''Power Rangers''), and forums for one will usually allow discussion of the other... The joint fandom can be expanded to include other {{Toku}} to various degrees; including ''Franchise/KamenRider'', ''Franchise/MetalHeroes'', and their [[Series/VRTroopers various]] [[Series/{{Beetleborgs}} American]] [[Series/KamenRiderDragonKnight adaptations]] ([[Series/MaskedRider except maybe one we'd like to forget]]). The Japanese production house, Toei, has been encouraging this in recent years by including crossovers as part of their {{Milestone Celebration}}s.
* Creator/StephenColbert and [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] seem to both share the same fandom. Makes perfect sense, since Stephen used to work on Jon's show, and they interact frequently. It's almost like ''Series/TheDailyShow'' and ''Series/TheColbertReport'' are one show with two different hosts. ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'' and ''Series/TheNightlyShow'' starring Larry Wilmore are also included since they too star ''Daily Show'' alumni.
* The ''Series/BandOfBrothers'', ''Series/ThePacific'', and ''Series/GenerationKill'' fandoms, whose fans are collectively known as the "{{Creator/HBO}} war fandom".
* ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'' and ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'' take place in similar settings and had frequent crossovers, and thus share largely the same fanbase.
* Interestingly, Creator/FoodNetwork shows generally have a lot of overlap in their fanbases, but not completely. While they are largely ''friendly'' towards one another, one celebrity chef's fans will often complain that several others on the same network are "too grating" or annoying.
* There is generally a lot of overlap between fans of TNT's original shows.
* Thanks to Website/{{Tumblr}}, we get [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} lock]]..
** [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} lock]] seems to have adopted ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'' into the fold and the entire friendship is most noticeable when something bad happens in one of the fandoms (whether it be the demise of a character or the end of the series) and the other fandoms take to comforting it.
*** [[ This]] post, after the Who episode "The Angels Take Manhattan", pretty well sums up the relationship.
* ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' and ''Series/AustinAndAlly'', despite being on rival networks (''iCarly'' on Nickelodeon and ''Series/AustinAndAlly'' on Disney) have a friendship based around the supporters of the two major canon relationships on the show, Carly/Freddie and Austin/Ally, via both being examples of the JustFriends.
** The same can be said with both ''[=iCarly=]'' and ''Series/ANTFarm'', in a case similar to the above example, but replace Austin/Ally with Chyna/Fletcher.
* [[{{Trekkie}} Star Trek fans]] are known for their running feuds with fans of other Sci-fi series/franchises; notable rivals being ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', and ''Series/DoctorWho''. But it seems there's a lot of warm regard, if not necessarily love, for fans of the televised ''Stargate'' shows especially ''Series/StargateSG1''. As different as the shows are, their similar takes on military science fiction/SpaceOpera and comparable places on the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism naturally means they'd appeal to a similar group. Also, it's clear the producers of ''Gate'' pay homage, if ribbingly, to ''Trek''. To top it off, throw in the number of ''Trek'' actors who've wound up on one or the other ''Gate'' series and it's almost impossible to see this fandoms as rivals. The affection later spread to ''Series/TheOrville'', with not a small number of Trek fans thinking it makes a better Star Trek series than ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'', and a large number of fans watching both.
* For a long time on [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]], ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' and ''[=SG1=]'' were both staple shows, sometimes airing within hours of each other.
* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Series/TwentyFour'' fandoms got pretty cozy what with all the former ''Trek'' actors appearing in the show in big and large parts. The connection was especially strong with ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' which saw Gregorty Itzin and Peter Weller doing both shows at the same time. (Itzin as President Logan on ''24'' while playing an alternate universe Starfleet Admiral on ''Enterprise''. Peter Weller portrayed a WellIntentionedExtremist on both shows!) The biggest connection was when ShowRunner Manny Coto left ''Enterprise'' after it was cancelled and became a producer on ''24''. A Coto episode of 24 even saw a Bob Justman and a Rick Berman suggested to fill two open positions (Robert Justman and Rick Berman being longtime high-ranking members of the Trek staff.)
* During TheSeventies, fans of ''Series/Space1999'' tended to also be fans of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' reruns. Trekkies of that era sometimes credit the instant success of ''Space 1999'' as one of the catalysts that convinced syndicated stations to also consider airing Trek ''reruns''. In some areas, they were aired back to back.
* Fans of one TV show made by Creator/DonaldPBellisario (''Series/MagnumPI'', ''Series/{{Airwolf}}'', ''Series/TalesOfTheGoldMonkey'', ''Series/QuantumLeap'', ''Series/{{JAG}}'', and ''Series/{{NCIS}}'') tend to be more than appreciative of his other shows. Not to mention the fact that much of the talent, both in front of and behind the camera is recurring.
* There's quite a bit of overlap between fans of ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' and ''Series/CallTheMidwife''. More specifically, fans who ship Mr Carson/Mrs Hughes on the former are ''very'' likely to also ship Dr Turner/Sister Bernadette on the latter. It's been speculated that this is due to the tremendous amount of physical and emotional restraint on the part of each pairing.
* Fans of ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' tend to also be fans of ''Series/{{Justified}}'' and visa versa. Both are unconventional Westerns and many regard the later show as a kind of modern day sequel to the former. It helps that they both star Timothy Olyphant and a bunch of ''Deadwood'' alums show up on ''Justified'' to the point where fans talk about which ''{{Series/Deadwood}}'' actors they'd like to see next.
* After a lot of [[FandomRivalry ugly fan hate]] from ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' FanDumb, ''Series/{{Elementary}}'' fans has found an OddFriendship in ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' fandom. Part of it may have something to do with ''Hannibal'' fandom avoiding the big three [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho Who]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} Lock]] like the plague. Although ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' and ''Hannibal'' alone get along well, due to sharing a few actors and juicy crossover potential.
* The close relationship between ''Series/{{Elementary}}'' fandom and ''Series/SleepyHollow'' fandom, which enjoys quite a bit of overlap in fanbases due to both shows having racially diverse casts anchored by well-rounded women of color protagonists. ''Sleepy Hollow'' also has fan overlap with ''Series/{{Scandal}}'' for similar reasons, despite being in totally different genres.
* ''Series/TheWestWing'' and ''Series/TheXFiles'' fandoms often overlap, despite the shows' ''very'' different worldviews on the US government. The overlapping casts might have something to do with it.
* ''Series/ProjectRunway'' and ''Series/RuPaulsDragRace'' have a significant viewer overlap, and long time viewers of ''Project Runway'' will recognize Santino Rice on the judging panel for ''Drag Race''. Both shows also have a significant LGBTFanbase due to the sheer number of queer contestants on both shows.
* The "Shondaverse" of shows including ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', ''Series/PrivatePractice'', ''Series/{{Scandal}}'' and ''Series/HowToGetAwayWithMurder'' overlap rather easily as creations of Creator/ShondaRhimes, as the casts of the shows usually have a good presence on social media and encourage viewership of each other's shows; same with the fans. The actors move between the shows very easily, acting like an extended family and also pushing their cast mate's outside projects with ease. Several of them are also married in real life to other cast and crew members of Shonda shows.
* ''Series/ThirtyRock'' and ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'', definitely helped by the long lasting friendship between the respective leading ladies, Creator/TinaFey and Creator/AmyPoehler.
* The ''Series/GameOfThrones'' fandom overlaps pretty significantly with the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' and ''Franchise/StarWars'' fandoms, partly because there are quite a few actors from both franchises in the cast of ''Game of Thrones''. For ''Harry Potter'' fans, the show features Creator/DavidBradley (Argus Filch) as Walder Frey, Creator/NataliaTena (Nymphadora Tonks) as Osha, Creator/MichelleFairley (Hermione Granger's mother) as Catelyn Stark, and Creator/RalphIneson (Amycus Carrow) as Dagmer Cleftjaw. For ''Star Wars'' fans, it features Creator/GwendolineChristie (Captain Phasma) as Brienne of Tarth, Creator/MaxVonSydow (Lor San Tekka) as the Three-Eyed Raven, Creator/JessicaHenwick (Jess Testor) as Nymeria Sand, and Creator/JulianGlover (General Veers) as Grand Maester Pycelle.[[note]] Glover is a threefer: he also has a cameo in ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets'' as the voice of Aragog.[[/note]]

* Most jazz and classical music fans and players will like each other and go to each other's concerts.
* Metal bands which don't have a rivalry usually have some overlap.
** This is subverted by Metallica and Megadeth who do have rivalries but have tons of shared fans who appreciate both bands. Both fanbases appreciate Mustaine's recordings with Metallica such as No Life Till Leather, and in fact, the latter are how a lot of Metallica fans got into Megadeth.
* Franchise/KagerouProject and Franchise/EvilliousChronicles fandoms, to the point that most fans are fans of the other one involved. Mainly due to that both are epic RockOpera franchises (Evillious more than Kagerou Project), and use Vocaloid to create SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic. In Tumblr, Kagerou Project also shares many fans with other Vocaloid song series that have original characters, such as Shuuen no Shiori Project and Mikagura School Suite.
* Music/YukiKajiura and Music/YokoKanno have both this and FandomRivalry, depending upon the specific persons talking.
* Fans of the Music/FooFighters and Music/QueensOfTheStoneAge seem to get along well, since their front-men are involved in several projects together (Music/DaveGrohl has even guested on a few [=QotSA=] albums) along with being poster-boys for modern alternative rockers' habit of [[AttentionDeficitCreatorDisorder having too many damn side-projects]].
* Fans of Queens of the Stone Age and Music/NineInchNails are also quite friendly; it helps that the two bands have toured together, and performed together at the 2014 Grammys (with Dave Grohl and [[Music/FleetwoodMac Lindsey Buckingham]], to boot).
* Fans of Music/RedHotChiliPeppers like Music/FooFighters because the bands are long time friends. They toured together in 1999 and did some MTV specials together. RHCP fans who are fans of Dave Navarro's time in the band tend to like Music/JanesAddiction too, especially as Flea was briefly in the band.
* Music/{{Nightwish}} and Music/SonataArctica share a lot of fans, probably because the bands have toured together and the members are friends.
* Music/MrBTheGentlemanRhymer and Music/ProfessorElemental have both this and FandomRivalry, depending upon the persons talking.
* The fandoms of Music/ToriAmos, Music/{{Bjork}}, and Music/PJHarvey have a lot of people in common. It's probably because they all started their solo careers during the early '90s and [[ were in an interview together.]]
* Music/{{Otep}}, Music/AmandaPalmer and Music/EmilieAutumn. They're apparently all friends IRL. Also, to some extent, Music/CourtneyLove and Emilie Autumn (due to the fact that Emilie was in Courtney's backing band), but that sometimes turns into FandomRivalry instead.
* Music/TupacShakur fans and Music/TheNotoriousBIG fans [[FandomRivalry used to not get along]]. Then, 1997 came around with both their deaths, and they are now far more amicable on account of DeadArtistsAreBetter taking effect.
* Music/EnterShikari fans and Hadouken! fans. We don't know the exact reason, but it's nice to be friends, right?
* Also Music/TheQemists and Music/EnterShikari, due to the latter being featured and remixing many of the former's songs.
* Thanks to many world tours and live concerts made together, together with similar sounding music, Music/{{Goldfrapp}} and Music/{{Ladytron}} have a severe fandom overlap.
** Ladytron named themselves after a song by Music/RoxyMusic. Music/BrianEno, former member of Roxy Music, is a fan of them. So, yeah, Ladytron's fandom is also in good terms with the ones of Roxy Music and of Brian Eno.
* MelodicDeathMetal bands Insomnium and Omnium Gatherum have very strong ties with each other, to the point where they both share a huge portion of their respective fan bases and the two bands are collectively known as Insomnium Gatherum. They also share a guitarist (Markus Vanhala) which has only served to increase their collective fanbase.
* Music/PinkFloyd fans tend to like Music/KateBush because Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour discovered her and has appeared on several of her albums.
* Music/DanBull fans tend to get along well with fans of LetsPlay/InTheLittleWood and to a lesser extent the LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}}, due to Dan recording tracks with both of them and getting along especially well with the former. Similarly, his fandom have developed a growing relationship with ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattleOfHistory'' fans, in part due to Dan's [[KnightOfCerebus terrifying]] depiction of Jack the Ripper.
* Music/IcedEarth and Music/BlindGuardian fans have coexisted since the bands toured Germany together in the early 90s and became fast friends. When Jon Schaffer (of Iced Earth) and Hansi Kursch (of Blind Guardian) formed their side project Demons And Wizards and released two albums, which solidified the connection in the eyes of fans.
* Music/LanaDelRey fans are often also fans of Music/MarinaAndTheDiamonds. The artists themselves like each other's work, and their shared love of satirical lyrics wins over many fans.
* The Music/WithinTemptation and Music/TarjaTurunen fandoms have been united by marriage ever since the release of "Paradise (What About Us)," a duet between Sharon Den Adel and Tarja, with a music video that pushed the HomoeroticSubtext through the roof. The [[PortmanteauCoupleName Sharja]] ship promptly took off, with corresponding merger of the fans.
* Hudson Mohawke and Rustie fans get along quite swimmingly, possibly thanks to both being Scottish hip hop/trap producers that usually enter NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly territory, and are subscribed to the same label - Warp Records[[note]]of Music/AphexTwin, Music/{{Autechre}}, and Music/BrianEno fame[[/note]]. It also helps the fact that they both appeared in a handful of games such as ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'' and ''VideoGame/WatchDogs2''[[note]]Of which Hudson Mohawke composed the original score.[[/note]].

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/RingOfHonor and Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH, despite being based on two different continents. Even while NOAH had a deal with Wrestling/{{TNA}}, whose fans had long since stopped having such relations with the [=RoHbots=], the ROH history of the relevant wrestlers was still used to promote them. However fandom doesn't always carry over to official response, as ROH's new Sinclair Broadcast Group owners in 2011 were convinced NOAH wrestlers like Wrestling/{{KENTA|Kobayashi}} wouldn't draw.
* {{Invoked|trope}} in one of SBG's attempts to get ROH wrestlers to sign more exclusive contracts was to assure them they could keep their Wrestling/ProWrestlingGuerilla dates and then told fans that PWG was an excellent promotion.

* New York metro area baseball and football fans generally divide in the following way: fans of the New York Yankees baseball team generally are also fans of the New York Giants football team, and vice versa; meanwhile, the Mets baseball fans are generally also fans of the New York Jets football team. The intra-city fandom rivalry between the Yankees and Mets and the intra-''stadium'' rivalry between the Giants and Jets helps add to this, as does the fact that before Giants Stadium was built, the Yankees gave the Giants a home at Yankee Stadium, while the Mets played host to the Jets.
** It should also be noted that the Yankees/Giants fans and the Mets/Jets fans in New York City are generally united in their mutual love for the New York Knicks basketball team. However, the Yankees/Giants and Mets/Jets fans in [[{{Joisey}} NEW JERSEY]] often root for the Brooklyn Nets basketball team, which played for a long time in Jersey. Mets/Jets fans in Jersey who support the Nets, often proudly proclaim their love for "Mets, Jets, and Nets!"
** Also, Yankees/Giants fans tend to root for the Rangers hockey team, and Mets/Jets fans support the Islanders (although fans from both fantoms who live in New Jersey will often root for the Devils).
* Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints fans are generally amiable, even when facing each other.
* In the UK and some commonwealth countries, there's a lot of overlap between people who follow UsefulNotes/{{Cricket}} during summer and people who follow UsefulNotes/RugbyUnion during winter, perhaps because both are traditionally the sport for the rich (with the working class preferring UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague or UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball, depending on region).
* Fans of some UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball clubs sometimes get along especially well with fans of certain other clubs, especially in Eastern Europe. Fans of CSKA Moscow and Spartak Moscow tend to respect Partizan and Red Star Belgrade, respectively, and the feeling is mutual. Fans of the Polish club Śląsk Wrocław are friendly with the Hungarian Ferencvaros, and CSKA fans also respect PAOK fans in Greece.
* The increasing prevalence of women's UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball aside, Netball is a kind of DistaffCounterpart to Aussie Rules, and many clubs have netball teams as well. In fact, a lot of local leagues have changed their names from "x Football League" to "x Football/Netball League" in recent years.
* Fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Anaheim Angels are completely comfortable in each other's presence, even in Dodgers vs. Angels games, due to their close geographical proximity leading to both teams visiting the other a lot.

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* ''TabletopGame/TheWorldOfDarkness'' is a MorePopularSpinoff of ''TabletopGame/ArsMagica'', though the two gamelines are now thoroughly divorced from one another (and suggesting a crossover of the two is [[DorkAge not a good idea]]). Nonetheless, a large percentage of current Ars Magica fans discovered the game after coming from the World of Darkness and following the trail of the Order of Hermes and the Tremere.
* Veteran fans of of the now largely non-functional FASA Corporation's "Big Three" roleplaying games--''TabletopGame/{{Earthdawn}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' and ''[[TabletopGame/{{Battletech}} Mechwarrior]]''--often get on well with each other. It doesn't hurt that each game has its own setting to suit diverses tastes, or that they shared some writers for their expanded universe novels, either. This is particularly true for ''Shadowrun'' and ''Mechwarrior'', since the two games have seen revivials on the PC.

* In the ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' section it's almost heresy not to have seen ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'' or at least know the basic plot. It's probably something to do with the large number of shared actors especially Idina Menzel but there have been ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' actors playing ''RENT'', ''RENT'' actors playing Wicked, crazy crossovers, songfics with songs from the other musical and just odd references in fics.
* Fans of ''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'' and ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' also tend to get along quite well (though many fans will, in the end, [[FandomRivalry pick one show over the other as their "favorite")]]. It helps that both shows debuted around the same time in the UK and US, have similar music styles, and have become hallmarks of modern musical theatre. Plus, lots of performers over the years have starred in both shows. (The shows' respective 25th anniversary concerts shared quite a few performers, and Colm Wilkinson and John Owen-Jones -- fan favorites in the lead roles of both shows -- appeared in the encores of both events.)
* At least on Tumblr, there's a good deal of fandom overlap for ''Theatre/{{Matilda}}'' and ''Theatre/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', two West End musicals based on beloved Creator/RoaldDahl novels (the two shows also share a choreographer).

* ''Franchise/GIJoe'' and ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' fans usually get on well and {{Shout Out}}s between the two are common. It helps that the two series are basically a SharedUniverse.
** ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' fans also get along with with Transfans and Joefans, the [[TwoGuysAndAGirl three franchises]] being all owned by Hasbro. Although there was some friction caused by the more [[FanDumb outspoken]] fans of all three groups, many regard the series as like siblings. When Howard Stern made a harsh criticism against the Pony fandom, the level of raging BigBrotherInstinct coming out of the Transfans and Joefans was huge.
** Likewise, many fans of ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'' also get along well with the MLP fanbase. Both shows are on TheHub as it is.
* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' fans are typically friendly with ''Breyer'' fandom; Breyer makes more realistic horse toys. Likewise many Pony fans get along with the ''Franchise/CareBears'', ''Franchise/LittlestPetShop'', and ''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake'' fandoms.

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* Creator/BioWare fandom doesn't seem to care which game is better or not. If you find someone writing fanfic for [[Franchise/MassEffect Shepard]], chances are they'll also have a [[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Revan]], and maybe a [[Franchise/BaldursGate Bhaalspawn]] or [[VideoGame/JadeEmpire Spirit Monk]]. [[SacredCow As long as]] nobody criticizes ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'', all is fine.
* The few and proud fans of {{Creator/Sierra}}. ''VideoGame/KingsQuest'', ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'', ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry'', ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory''... It's "Yes, please" not "which is your favorite?"
* In the UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars, fans of First and Second Party franchises of the console they are representing tend to have a good relationship with each other and are even fans of each other's games. Such examples include ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' and ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'' for the Xbox front, ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' and ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' in the Nintendo front, and ''VideoGame/{{Killzone}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' in the Playstation front. One could think of these groups of fans as members of sports team. They might butt heads at times, but they more frequently backing each other up against the opposing 'teams'.
* Know someone who plays ''VideoGame/TetrisTheGrandMaster''? Chances are they also play {{Bemani}} games and/or {{shmup}}s. Conversely, Bemani fans and shmup fans view TGM as a new challenge that's worth giving a shot, instead of just crazy insane invisible antics.
* ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}'' (or at least ''VideoGame/DJMAXTechnika'') and {{Bemani}}. Many ''Technika'' players have a history of playing Bemani games.
** Within the Bemani franchise, it's hard to find someone who plays exclusively one Bemani series.
** In fact, with the rise of non-Konami Japanese-developed arcade {{Rhythm Game}}s such as ''maimai'', ''VideoGame/TaikoDrumMaster'', and ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'', it's common to find players who find some combination of these games or even all of them.
** This extends to mobile rhythm games as well. Among games such as ''VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'', ''VideoGame/TokyoSeventhSisters'', ''VideoGame/ShowByRock'', ''VideoGame/EightBeatStory'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmaster The Idolm@aster Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage]]'', it's common to have player who plays at least one of them and the above games.
** Fans of ''VideoGame/InTheGroove'' and ''VideoGame/PumpItUp'' have a chummy relationship with each other, due to both games being panel-stepping games with NintendoHard stamina-wiping charts that ([[SeinfeldIsUnfunny for a while]]) put ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'' charts to shame. This fandom alliance eventually led to Andamiro designing the dedicated cabinets for ''In The Groove 2'' and ''ITG'' devs returning the favor with the ''Pump It Up Pro'' spinoff line (as Konami had sued Roxor and [[ScrewedByTheLawyers acquired the rights to]] ''ITG'').
* Strangely, the FightingGame fandom, in some regions, has started to blend in with, of all things, the ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'' fandom. At many fighting game events, you can expect to see the host running a tournament for ''Catherine'''s versus mode. Who knew that block climbing would become as popular as 20-hit combos? Also, [[ here is the finals for an]] [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3]] tournament. You might notice that the game being played is not in fact [=UMVC3=], but ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}''. Yes, the grand finals for a [=UMvC3=] tournament was decided over a round of Bomberman.
* A lot of fans of Namco's franchises (''VideoGame/PacMan'', ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'', ''VideoGame/MrDriller'', ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}}'', etc.) are also fans of Capcom's franchises (''VideoGame/MegaMan'', ''Franchise/StreetFighter'', ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'', etc.) Especially since there's ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'', ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'', and ''VideoGame/TekkenXStreetFighter''.
** With Creator/{{Sega}} going third-party, these fans additionally appreciate Sega's games. Which is probably why Sega is included in the ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'' sequel ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.
** Also worth noting that, unlike the [[FandomRivalry notorious infighting]] in the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' Series, most fans of Namco's ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' tend to be fans of multiple games - or, at the very least, they don't tend to actively hate on installments that aren't their favourites.
* Historically fans of ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' and ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' have been bitter to each other. However, since the death of the UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast and the multiple games on Nintendo consoles, the two fandoms have gotten along pretty well for the most part. Until he was confirmed for Brawl, Sonic was the most demanded guest fighter for ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''
* A great majority of ''Franchise/MetalGear'' fans are also ''Franchise/SilentHill'' fans as well. It also helps that the two franchises are from the same company, and that Creator/HideoKojima had a hand in making [[VideoGame/SilentHills the Silent Hill reboot]]...until it got cancelled.
* The ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'' and ''VisualNovel/AceAttorney'' fandoms. Mainly because, were you to make a venn diagram of the two fandoms you'd have a smaller circle (''Ghost Trick'') inside of a larger circle (''Ace Attorney''). It helps that WordOfGod verified that both games are in the same 'verse. Furthermore, the ''VisualNovel/AceAttorney'' and ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' fandoms are practically hand-in-hand already. Imagine the glee when [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsAceAttorney a crossover]] was announced...
* On a meta scale, this is a recurring aspect of the games made by Creator/NaughtyDog and Creator/InsomniacGames:
** ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' and ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon''.
** ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxter'' and ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank''.
** To a lesser extent, ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Resistance}}''.
* Several ''VideoGame/SpaceChannel5'' fans are, in turn, ''VideoGame/JetSetRadio'' fans too. Also, Beat and Ulala is a somewhat popular CrossoverShip.
* Probably due to a combination of both getting extremely rave reviews, having similar strategic gameplay, complete with perma-death, and similar emotional attachment to the characters, the fanbases of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/XCOMEnemyUnknown'' are pretty good buds with each other.
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' (the original series) and ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}''. Seeing as how both games have similar gameplay, and both their first games have the same director, this was obvious. There's even tons of crossover art of Dante and Bayonetta.
* Bayonetta is paired up with [[VideoGame/GodOfWar Kratos]] a lot too. And some people have also noted similarities between her and [[VideoGame/LollipopChainsaw Juliet Starling]] as well.
* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' share many fans, due to similarities in graphics, monsters, and [[FeaturelessProtagonist protagonists]], as well as [[spoiler:each having a shockingly dark storyline and showing you the consequences of killing everything in your path]].
** Similarly, fans of both of those works tend to get along with fans of ''{{VideoGame/LISA}}'' for the similarities to games like ''{{VideoGame/Mother}}''.
** Also, some BulletHell ShootEmUp gamers have a NoobBridge with ''Undertale'' ([[GermansLoveDavidHasselHoff at least in Japan]]) despite both being from entirely different genres, due to the similar gameplay mechanics.
* The Creator/BioWare and Creator/ObsidianEntertainment fandoms have a tremendous amount of overlap and are very friendly toward one another. This ''starts'' with the creators themselves, with Obsidian often taking over projects that Bioware doesn't want to reprise. Both companies have their own flavors of high-quality, story-driven RPG, and fans tend to enjoy both.
* The ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' and ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' fandoms have a very low percentage of people who hate the other series; a lot of ''Dark Souls'' fans are also fans of the ''Monster Hunter'' games and vice versa, perhaps due to similar gameplay styles. Most forum threads comparing the two are met with comments about how they love and play games from both series. Besides, ''VideoGame/DragonsDogma'' is often seen as a hybrid between the two franchises and is well liked by the both fandoms.
* Though [[BrokenBase some fans have differing opinions on]] ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', its release by Bethesda has caused a union between many fans of ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' franchises. The main reason is presumably that both franchises place a strong emphasis on WorldBuilding in their games and (starting with ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'' and ''Fallout 3'') generally similar gameplay. Ever since id Software was acquired by Bethesda's parent company [=ZeniMax=] Media, these fandoms have even overlapped with those of id's franchises, including ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Quake}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein}}'', and ''VideoGame/{{Rage}}'', all of which Bethesda has since had some sort of involvement in.
* ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' fans tend to also be fans of other series Rare has worked on like ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' and ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay''. This is because much of Rare's humour and style tends to be kept similar among the different games they've worked on, and partly because they're implied to take place in the same continuity. See Website/DKVine and their DKU concept for more information on why this is (and why all these series tend to share the same fanbase).
%%* The Nippon Ichi and Atlus fanbases.
* The ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{BlazBlue}}'' fandoms, despite both games being entirely different genres, seem to get along with each other. And both games have their good mix of quirky silliness and dramatic moments and both games are known to have a strong use of {{Moe}}.
* Both ''VideoGame/MightyNo9'' and ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}: Half-Genie Hero'' launched their Kickstarter campaigns roughly around the same time, and the fandoms for both series not only get along swimmingly but also cross promote each other! Exemplified in [[ this]] piece of art from one of artists at WayForward.
* With the Kickstarter for ''VideoGame/YookaLaylee'', ''Mighty No. 9'' fans have started to form a bond with ''Yooka-Laylee'' fans.
* Joining the "Kickstarter original" group are the ''VideoGame/ShovelKnight'' fanbase and the ''VideoGame/BloodstainedRitualOfTheNight'' fanbase.
* As of the eighth console generation, PC fans and Nintendo fans seem to be on much better terms with each other than with the Microsoft or Sony communities. This stems from a few sources - among other things Wii, 3DS, and UsefulNotes/WiiU games are usually completely exclusive, which erodes the usual PC "it'll get a port" attitude, and PC gamers tend to already possess a good-sized library of Nintendo games through emulators, which makes it hard to hate them. The eighth generation, though, seems to have solidified this attitude - particularly during E3, when many bemoaned the [=PS4=] and Xbox One as being crappy [=PCs=] in disguise that touted useless gimmicks rather than actual games, many PC gamers strongly respected Nintendo for doing something new and different and focusing purely on the "gaming" aspect.
* The ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' and ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' fandoms are an interesting case; the creator of Virtua Fighter, Yu Suzuki, gave Tomonobu Itagaki pointers when he was creating the first Dead or Alive game. Itagaki is infamous for his attitude towards rival companies and games, especially Namco and ''Tekken'', but Virtua Fighter is the one fighting game he has great respect for. The first DOA game was made for Sega's Model 2 arcade board, the first time Sega licensed the hardware, and the same board ''Virtua Fighter 2'' was released on. Even after Itagaki left Tecmo, Sega helped Tecmo with ''Dead or Alive 5'' and Virtua Fighters were featured as [[GuestFighter guest characters]], so needless to say the developers of both series are on good terms. The two series even have similar button layouts. Between fans, it's more of a mixed bag. Some hardcore VF fans see DOA as being shallow, while some DOA fans think of VF as being boring. On the other hand, there is still a lot of overlap between the fandoms. VF players have gotten into DOA because of the guest characters in ''5'', whom have overall have been well received by the DOA fans, and many are hoping for a real crossover between the two series in the future.
* ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' fans get along well, with both being first-party multiplayer party games with popular online communities and LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters. It helps that ''Smash Bros.'' contains a subset of ''Mario Kart'' content, and the ''VideoGame/MarioKart8'' DLC packs introduced content from outside of the ''Mario'' universe. They also share a common hatred of {{Moveset Clone}}s, TierInducedScrappy characters, and intrusive items.
* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' and ''Franchise/MegaMan'' fans are very close with one another, with most people who like one having at least a passing interest in the other. At first this was just for cosmetic reasons (both have blue-colored protagonists, mad scientist main villains, mixing of sci-fi and fantasy, heavy presence of robots, etc.) but the two series became inseperable after the comics based on them got the same writer ''and'' an [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide absolutely awesome crossover]].
* ''Franchise/MassEffect'' and ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' fans really get along with each other, possibly because their stories go in completely different but equally valid directions from similar bases. Crossovers between the series make up some of the most popular fanfictions on the net. ''VideoGame/{{Destiny}}'' seems to be joining this group, turning it into a PowerTrio of sci-fi game fandoms.
* Thanks to UsefulNotes/OperationRainfall, ''VideoGame/{{Xenoblade}}'' fans, ''VideoGame/TheLastStory'' fans, and ''VideoGame/PandorasTower'' fans get along really well and often overlap. Many of them are united with ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER}}'' and ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' fans thanks to a similar NoExportForYou troubles in the past, and the ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' fandom due to similar story and (especially in ''Pandora's Tower'''s case) gameplay elements.
* ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' fans and ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fans tend to have a good amount of overlap, due to the fact that both series feature LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and anthromorphic personifications of Japanese history ([[UsefulNotes/KatanasOfTheRisingSun The Imperial Japanese Navy]] for the former, Japanese religion and mythology for the latter) and are ripe sources for {{meme|ticMutation}}s. Even ''Touhou'' creator ZUN himself has good things to say about ''[[PortmanteauSeriesNickname KanColle]]''. This happens to a lesser extent though, with ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarships''. The latter had a reasonable influx of ''[=KanColle=]'' fans upon announcement of the Closed Beta sessions, since both games have featured vessels from the Imperial Japanese Navy. This does sometimes swing into FandomRivalry of sorts due to players not familiar with ''[=KanColle=]'' getting annoyed by the abundance of [[ValleyGirl Yuudachi's]] "[[VerbalTic Poi~]]" in the in-game chat.
* At first there was a FandomRivalry between the ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' fanbase and the emerging ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' fanbase, but both games ended up having enough in common for one fanbase to become interested in the other; with both games being team and objective-focused shooters with very cartoony aesthetics, incredibly silly antics, and most importantly, ''[[NiceHat Hats]]''.
* Fans of classic 8-bit computer platforms such as the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}, UsefulNotes/AppleII, UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers and the UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum, once bitter rivals in the UsefulNotes/ComputerWars in the '80s, have settled into this relationship after their platforms were discontinued. The proliferation of emulators on modern systems certainly helps, letting fans experience each other's platforms. PC fans also like classic consoles, including Nintendo and Atari. PC fans point to the ability to run emulators as one of the platform's strengths.
* Fans of ''VideoGame/Metro2033'' are often fans of ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'', since both series feature Russian/Slavic themes and locations, and are both about a bitter struggle for survival against mutants, bandits, and the supernatural. On top of that, both were directly inspired by ''Literature/RoadsidePicnic''.
* PC gamers tend to like classic arcade games (both physical machines and emulation/home ports) for the same reason they like Nintendo games: it offers an experience they can't get on [=PCs=] or consoles, especially with real arcade cabinets.
* In the mid-2000s, due to several crossovers between the two series, fans of Capcom's Mega Man Battle Network and Konami's Boktai have become quite friendly with the other.
* Nintendo fans tend to have a lot of overlap with the ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}}'' fanbase due to Hudson Soft's extensive history with Nintendo, Bomberman's presence on every single Nintendo platform (except the UsefulNotes/WiiU), and his starring role in Nintendo's first crossover with another company. Around the releases of Super Smash Bros Melee and Super Smash Bros Brawl, he was one of the most requested 3rd Party Characters to appear in the series (right up there with the likes of Sonic the Hedgehog) and the leak of the official roster for Brawl was dismissed by several Smash communities due to his absence.
* Because their Kickstarters both aired in the beginning of June 2015, there are many people who are fond of both ''VideoGame/BloodstainedRitualOfTheNight'' and ''VideoGame/YookaLaylee'' with many fans contributing to both of their campaigns and welcoming the return of some retro classics.
* While in the modern era, Nintendo and Sony are locked in a battle to the death, UsefulNotes/SonyPlaystation fans tend to also love the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo, and see the Playstation, rather than the later Nintendo consoles, as the true SpiritualSuccessor to the Super Nintendo.
* Sony Xperia users who played mobile games based on Nintendo franchises like ''VideoGame/{{Miitomo}}'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonGo'' have better relationships with Nintendo and Sony, due to Sony Xperia devices running on Android systems and Nintendo do have Android (and iOS) games based on their franchises.
* Fans of ''VideoGame/YookaLaylee'' have come to be friendly towards fans of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' due to their gameplay centering around exploration of various sandbox worlds, as once envisioned in the fifth generation of gaming, a la ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' and ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie''. Both games are slated for release on the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.
* It's not uncommon to come across people who play both ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''Videogame/GranblueFantasy''; both are mobile role-playing games with lots of attractive characters (including those that fall under MrFanservice and MsFanservice), each of which has their own distinct voice actor.
* There's a decent amount of overlap between the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' and ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' fandoms, due to their status as collectathon orientated 2D platformers with detailed graphics that first originated on the Game Boy/Game Boy Colour.
* There is overlap between the ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' and ''VideoGame/RhythmHeaven'' fandoms. Probably because they're both microgame collection titles created by Nintendo and Intelligent Systems which (as of the last few games) share an art style due to a shared art director.
* ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' and ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' fans have a lot of overlap, as both series were responsible for the FightingGame boom of [[TheNineties the mid-late 90's]]. Where there was something of a rivalry in their classic heyday, most fans generally played both due to them being the most popular 2D fighters of the era. Moreover, with the 2D Fighting Game revival in the [[UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames Seventh Generation]], both series saw an influx of newer fighting game fans who grew to appreciate both for their excellent new installments and their respective influence on the genre as a whole. Fans of both series are ''very'' eager to see the two crossover thanks to [[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Capcom's history of crossover fighting games]], despite the figurehead developers of either series insisting that it probably wouldn't work.
* After the ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' "Cards Unbound" update caused massive InternetBackdraft, many players abandoned the game and were in need of a new free-to-play multiplayer action game. Many of these people chose ''VideoGame/{{Battlerite}}'' as their new game of choice, and were welcomed with open arms by the ''BR'' community.

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* ''Webcomic/DinosaurComics'' and ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''. Even their creators are friends! You can also count [[Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures Andrew Hussie]] and [[Webcomic/{{Wondermark}} David Malki!]] as creator friends with friendly fanbases.
* The ''Webcomic/DinosaurComics'' and ''Webcomic/MSPaintAdventures'' fandoms get along rather well, considering that the official forums of the former are a section of the fora of the latter. This is probably because, again, the creators are very good friends, and because of a very similar style and humor.
* 910Comics (''Webcomic/TheWotch'', ''The Wotch: Webcomic/{{Cheer}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', etc.) readers used to have insane amounts of overlap with ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' [[FanNickname Bunnies]]. Until ''El Goonish Shive'' joined the 910Comics community, and now they're the same fandom. Same with ''Webcomic/ZebraGirl'', and probably others as well.
* ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'' and ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}''. The creators are friends, which contributes to fans of each comic finding out about the other. The comics themselves are both colorful, kid-friendly adventure stories that poke a lot of fun at themselves and their genres, but also have plenty of serious and heartfelt moments.
* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'' and ''Webcomic/ShotgunShuffle'' are like this. The two webcomics were finalists in the 2014 Top Web Comic vote, and the final vote was ''extremely'' close. Several members of both fandoms popped over to the opposite side to see what the fuss was about, and a surprising number stayed.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The two superhero parody shared universes of the early days of the Internet, ''Superguy'' and ''Literature/LegionOfNetHeroes''. At least back when Superguy was active. They shared a couple of important writers in common, such as Mike Escutia and Dave Van Domelen.
* In terms of the LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}}, this happens quite a lot:
** Even before LetsPlay/HatFilms joined, their similar senses of humour, funny collaborations and similar presentation styles meant that both fandoms got on well. The fact that the two liked each other in real life also helps, and the news of them joining went down well for the most part.
** Many early fans of Music/{{Area 11}} were also fans of the Yogscast, due to Sparkles* and Parv both being part-time members, the band generally getting on well with the group and the Yogs giving the band [[ColbertBump a rise in new fans and views]]. Similarly, their fans tend to get along well with fans of LetsPlay/InTheLittleWood and LetsPlay/{{Strippin}}, since Martyn, Strippin and Sparkles* are HeterosexualLifePartners.
** Their relationship with Creator/AchievementHunter (and Creator/RoosterTeeth) fans is mostly peaceful and respectful, with a significant degree of overlap although there are a few disputes.
** Zigzagged with [[Creator/TheCynicalBrit TotalBiscuit]]. The fandoms of the two initially were a straightforward case of this trope, but Lewis and Simon have since fallen out with TB. On the other hand, fans of TB seem to ''adore'' LetsPlay/{{Sips}} and Hat Films to a lesser extent.
* Creator/RoosterTeeth fans have a significant degree of overlap with fans of Freddie Wong (due to the two being good friends), LetsPlay/SeaNanners (since Adam started as a Rooster Teeth fan before breaking out on his own), ''Machinima/ArbyNTheChief'' (since creator Jon Graham and Rooster Teeth get on extremely well and have collaborated many times) and ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' (owing to [[Machinima/RedVsBlue their flagship series]]).
* ''Podcast/KakosIndustries'' attracted a large number of ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' fans due to their similar formatting and mix of horror and SurrealHumor. Emerging {{Fanon}} theory is that Kakos is somehow linked to fellow EvilInc company Strex Corp.
* Fandoms for SoBadItsGood {{fanime}} like ''WebAnimation/TsukiDesu'', ''WebAnimation/NekoSugarGirls'', and ''WebAnimation/TokyoCrystalMew'' tend to get along due to their shared (often ironic) interest in hilariously poorly done series. It helps that many are [[StylisticSuck intentionally]] [[StealthParody bad]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** Fans of [[WesternAnimation/EdEddnEddy Ed Edd n Eddy]] moved on to this show, since both shows have a similar tone, the latter show has some of the same cast and crew as the former, and the target demographic of the former (kids) is now the PeripheryDemographic of the latter (college students and internet dwellers).
** Many fans of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerPuffGirls'' and ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' also got into ''Friendship Is Magic'' because of Creator/LaurenFaust's contributions to all three shows.
** ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fans are on very good grounds with ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'' and EVEN modern ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' fans, mostly due to certain similarities between various characters and humor (With Zim having less similarities to [=SpongeBob=] as the others). ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'' as well, since some members of the crew went on to be involved in shows such as ''Gravity Falls'', ''Adventure Time'', and ''Regular Show''.
** Going back a little further, fans of ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' are very friendly with fans of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', due to the similar SliceOfLife nature between the shows. This also makes sense, considering those who [[TheNineties grew up watching the two Nickelodeon shows]] (with a ChannelHop for the former) are in the PeripheryDemographic for ''[=FiM=]''.
** Fans of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' and its sequel, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', have a friendly rivalry with fans of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Things can get pretty heated over [[FandomRivalry which of the two is better]], but there's a lot of crossover between the two fandoms, and most of those who aren't fans of both are still pretty cool with the other show.
** ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'' fans and bronies tend to get along quite well, with fans from both sides often citing that the shows are the absolute [[OppositesAttract polar opposites]] of each other.
** Bronies and fans of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' get along quite well as well due to the similar nature of the shows and both fanbases sharing a lot of members. This is in spite of a [[VocalMinority small but loud]] portion of the latter's fans that tried to stir up trouble over a [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment certain event]] and trigger a FandomRivalry, and a handful of bronies even claim [[NiceJobFixingItVillain is how they came to learn of Steven Universe to begin with]].
* Fans of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' are pretty open to most other fandoms as well. Knowing the show's context, this is actually very fitting. The only thing the fans (and even the show itself) legitimately dislike is the Chinese knockoff, ''Miracle Star''.
* A rather odd example: the fandoms of ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' would often get along with fans of ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' and have grown to have a mutual respect for each other, probably due to the similarities both shows have. This used to be the reason they originally [[FandomRivalry have hated each other due to said similarities]] , but now that there is no threat of competition, fans of either are now often fans of both. [[note]]However, see WesternAnimation/{{dueling shows}}, as ''Recess'' is the winner against ''Hey Arnold'', even though the latter came out first[[/note]].
* Many of the prominent {{Fanfic}} writers for ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers'' also wrote fanfic for ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'' back in the 1990's. These days, newcomers to the fandom tend to be fans of ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' who discovered it via Red Witch and other fanfic writers. Later on, the WesternAnimation/GalaxyRangers fan writers ended up writing ''{{Series/Leverage}}'' fanfic, partly because of the similarities in the character types (Doc and Hardison, Nathan and Zach, Shane and Spencer).
* There's a lot of overlap between fans of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' and ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''--both are slightly dark series written with a preteen/teenage crowd in mind, and ''Young Justice'' aired on Cartoon Network in the time slot right before ''The Legend of Korra'' on Nickelodeon.
** In the same block as ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'', ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' and ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' also have alot of fandom crossover. This is thanks in no small part to the fact that one of the writers of GLTAS, Giancarlo Volpe, worked on the previous Avatar series and he has plugged his previous teams new show several times on Tumblr (and they return the favor.)
** There's also quite a bit of overlap between the two ''Avatar'' series and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''; in addition to the aforementioned Giancarlo Volpe also previously worked on ''The Clone Wars'', ''Clone Wars''' supervising director Dave Filoni was a director on the first season of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. Voice actor Creator/DeeBradleyBaker has also cited his roles in both shows to be his favorite voice acting roles.
* Much like the Creator/JossWhedon example mentioned above, fans of Creator/GregWeisman shows seem to blend into one big fandom.
* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' and ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' fans have banded together. As the two headliners of Cartoon Network's weekend morning "WesternAnimation/DCNation" block, they air in back-to-back time slots--and they were both subject to epic [[ScrewedByTheNetwork screwing by Cartoon Network]] when they were abruptly shelved about eight hours before airing their third episode after coming off summer hiatus. Needless to say, fans want to see them back before January 2013.
** When both shows were canceled at the same time, the fandoms banded further together in support of both shows, using the FandomNickname "Symbiosi" (which, in ''Young Justice,'' is the Atlantean word for "together").
* While they do have a minor FandomRivalry, most ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' fans are also ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'', ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'', and/or ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' fans. This is thanks to the fact that the creator of Steven Universe, Rebecca Sugar, is a former ''Adventure Time'' writer who was known for writing fan favorite episodes like "[[TearJerker Simon and Marcy]]," and they both originally aired on Cartoon Network on Monday nights within the same hour (although ''Steven Universe'' has moved to Wednesdays).
* There's also a considerable overlap between fans of ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'' and ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'', as several fans of the former began to watch the latter after the DC Nation hiatus happened. TMNT2012 also overlaps a lot with ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo!'' due to Ciro Neili producing the former and creating the later. He throws a lot of references to monkey team into TMNT and boy have the fans noticed.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' and ''Franchise/StarTrek'' fandoms get along excellently considering many ''Trek'' alumni have done character voices for the Disney series, especially Jonathon Frakes and Marina Sirtis as the major antagonists, David Xanatos and Demona respectively.
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong, WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', and ''WesternAnimation/RandyCunninghamNinthGradeNinja'', all being {{Kid Hero}}es who WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld and seem like they'd be good friends were they ever in the same universe, were given the crossover name "The Secret Trio" by fans on Website/{{Tumblr}} and occasionally overlap with the smaller ''WesternAnimation/{{Detentionaire}}'' fanbase. Lastly, [[ thanks to]][[ the works of]] a writer known as [=QueenofHearts7378=], it's starting to overlap with the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' fandom as well.
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom, WesternAnimation/ParaNorman,'' and ''WesternAnimation/DudeThatsMyGhost'', because of the plot revolving around ghosts.
* Many ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' fans are usually friendly with the ''Adventure Time'' fans. Mostly because former writers from Spongebob had worked on or are still currently working on ''Adventure Time''.
* There is a case with ''Adventure Time'' and ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', despite the two being completely different. This is because former writers had worked on or are still working on the show. One of the creators (Dan Provenmire) was an occasional writer for ''[=SpongeBob=]'' (and a director for ''Family Guy'' episodes from Season 2-Season 5).
* Many ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' fans are usually friendly with ''Rugrats'' fans as both shows are very character driven, aired on Nickelodeon around the same time, specialized in heartwarming moments and have similarities in characters. It's worth noting that Craig Bartlett is a former ''Rugrats'' writer, and left to create ''Hey Arnold''.
* Unlike their [[SpiritualSuccessor spiritual predecessors]], ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' fans are very friendly with each other due to the fact that both shows are considered better than their predecessors, they're not as popular or as successful as their predecessors, they have a similar style of humor and they both share some writers and producers.
* In the 2000s, many ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' fans and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' fans liked both shows and were very friendly with each other due to the facts that both were cancelled around the same time and revived in 2005, had similar jokes and characterization and both suffered through a heavy dose of SeasonalRot around the same time for similar reasons. Not to mention that they both replaced established franchises as flagship shows (''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'').
* Fans of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' and ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' get along very well for the most part.
* The FiveManBand of [[TheEighties 1980s]] cartoons is often said to be composed of ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', ''Anime/{{Voltron}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' and ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero''. And, if you talk to your typical children of the Eighties, you'll see it's for good reason.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' as well, at least for the fact that the shows have similar characters.
* Just like The Secret Trio and SugarWiki/RiseOfTheBraveTangledDragons, fanbases of certain animated shows- with KidHero stars battling the supernatural and strange -have united to create a composite team-up universe, featuring the Mystery Kids. The most frequent members of this team-up are the protagonists of WesternAnimation/GravityFalls, WesternAnimation/ParaNorman, WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}}, VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}, and to a lesser extent, WesternAnimation/InvaderZim and WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom.
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', and ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'', all of which have a very mature feel to them compared to most modern cartoons, and are all plot-driven. The similarity of GF and OTGW's respective sets of sibling protagonists combined with overall air of mystery, outdoorsiness and demonic presence also renders the two shows uniquely compatible. In a poke at the infamous trio of [[Series/{{Supernatural}} Super]][[Series/DoctorWho who]][[Series/{{Sherlock}} lock]], the crossover between ''Steven Universe,'' ''Gravity Falls'' and ''Over the Garden Wall'' has been dubbed Steven Falls Over.
* The fandoms of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' and ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' have been and still remain very friendly, with each show ''still'' having the other as their number one crossover on Fanfiction dot net over ten years later. Both shows came out around the same time and revolved around teenage superheroes and both were relatively lighthearted while still being able to go into some pretty dark territory, so it's not too surprising. Generally, if you were a fan of one, chances were you were also a fan of the other. In some circles, there was even a bit of a joke that Danny was the unofficial sixth Titan.
* Fans of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' are enjoy other modern animated shows that resemble ''Gravity Falls'' and have showrunners who are friends of Creator/AlexHirsch. Some shows include:
** ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil''. Star Butterfly has been positively compared to Mabel for sharing Mabel's GenkiGirl personality, love of cute and colorful things like puppies and rainbows, and friendship with a savvy guy.
** ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017''. Both show share the same staff and the new Webby has been favorably compared to Mabel for her GenkiGirl personality and love of grappling hooks.
** ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty''. Not only is co-creators Justin Roiland a personal friends of Alex Hirsch, but ''Rick and Morty'' also has many references to ''Gravity Falls'' including a brief CrossoverPunchline [[ between the two shows]]. The fact that [[spoiler: Stanford is confirmed to have traveled through several dimensions]], a popular fanon has popped up that Rick and [[spoiler: Stanford]] were friends [[CrossoverShip if not more]]. The most common bit of fanon is that Rick Sanchez helped [[spoiler: Stanford]] obtain the Infinity-Sided Die, and smuggle it through inter-dimensional customs.