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Crossovers you'd like to see:

Or have seen, as the case may be.

I can think of two that would have been interesting, both TV:

Addams Family/The Munsters: I think the two families would get along well, and seeing them interact would be hilarious.

The X-Files/Early Edition: No way would Mulder *not* be intrigued by that newspaper.

 2 Meta Four, Wed, 5th Mar '08 4:19:16 PM from the house of bread and battle
AXTUCE MUN AXTE INCAL
Indiana Jones/Jurassic Park/Star Wars: Indy fights dinosaurs alongside Chewbacca, then at the end, they blast off to space in the Millenium Falcon.
I once heard of this explosive combination.

Saw + Mc Gyver

'nuff said
 
 4 Tangent 128, Wed, 5th Mar '08 7:31:13 PM from Virginia Relationship Status: I LOVE THIS DOCTOR!
dy/dx
Intercontinuity Cross Over wrote:
"''Jigsaw: You wallow in hypocrisy, Angus. Your life has been dedicated to nonviolence, which you advance by jury-rigged poisons and explosives, pretending that using one form of violence over another makes you better than others.... Well, now it is time to see how far you're — Did you just turn your manacles into laser beams? MacGyver: Yep. Jigsaw: ... Crap.''
Conversation is a contact sport.
I'd like to see a Mad Max vs. Terminator movie. It's too late now, since Mel Gibson and Arnold are too old, but a fan can dream.
 
 6 Vampire Buddha, Thu, 6th Mar '08 6:11:24 AM from Right behind you Relationship Status: Having tea with Cthulhu
Butterscotch Dinosaur Pussy
Galactus vs Unicron would be beyond teh awesome.

Also, Bleach meets Death Note - I really want to see what wold happen if Light used the Death Note on Ichigo.

Come to think of it, a Death Note/W.I.T.C.H. crossover might also be interesting, if they can get Light to match wits with Nerissa. After all, what's more fun than watching two chessmasters going at it?
 7 John A Dreams, Fri, 7th Mar '08 1:20:54 AM from Washington St.
cautiously pessimistic
The X-Files and any show where The World is Not Ready, like {{Stargate SG- 1}} or Men In Black.

Portal and Half-Life 2. I know they're already in the same universe, but Gordon needs to meet Chell and get a new gun.
life is the sleep of no dreaming; stories allow us to dream again
 8 Meta Four, Fri, 7th Mar '08 6:41:31 AM from the house of bread and battle
AXTUCE MUN AXTE INCAL
I once participated in a collaborative fanfic for The Dark Tower. My biggest contribution was having Blue, the giant sentient mantid from Doug Ten Napel's Creature Tech, join Roland's ka-tet.
I just read Predator Vs. Judge Dredd. That's a combination that kicks arse, right? Surprisingly, not really. Maybe the writing was a bit pedestrian, and the whole thing a bit rushed, but it might be because Judge Dredd is such a crazed Crapsack World of mutants, war-bots, Dark Judges, nuclear war and what-the-hell-else that, though the Predator is a serious badass, an invisible alien game-hunter on a Judge-killing trail of manhood is almost par for the course.

X-Files meets Stargate or Early Edition both sound good.

Though somewhat obvious, this could be awesome (and cause raging fanboy madness): a Star Destroyer drifts into Earth space. They don't know how they got there. Starts with Department of Defence agents picking up America's second-biggest authority on Star Wars gear ("We tried another guy. He was uncooperative." "Oh, yeah. He's a dick.") The money shots for the trailer: "That's not a asteroid." TIE Fighters vs the Air Force! AT-A Ts march on major cities (choppers try to wind up their legs!) Stormtroopers are actually pretty hard! The Star Destroyer crashes into the Moon!

Could be great. Could suck. Curiously, I'm not a Star Wars fanboy.
 
Yes, I'm better than you
I've always wanted to see a Dragonlance/Lord of the Rings crossover, if only to see what happens when Tasselhoff Burrfoot gets his hands on the One Ring (and you know he would).

 11 Meta Four, Tue, 11th Mar '08 6:02:07 AM from the house of bread and battle
AXTUCE MUN AXTE INCAL
Girl Genius / Gunnerkrigg Court. Kat's a Spark.
I'm not a fan of crossovers for the most part (and detest a lot of the retconning that goes on in a lot of comic multi-verses with such maddening abandon), but I can tell you the craziest thing I've ever actually seen.

When I worked at a book store, I once found a book called Planet X. It was an officially licensed ST:TNG/ X-Men crossover.

Seriously.
 
Alien Vs. Predator Vs. Batman Vs. Snake Plisskin Vs. Sharks

 14 Mith, Thu, 13th Mar '08 5:20:09 PM from Chicago, IL
Detrs wrote:
"I'm not a fan of crossovers for the most part (and detest a lot of the retconning that goes on in a lot of comic multi-verses with such maddening abandon), but I can tell you the craziest thing I've ever actually seen.

When I worked at a book store, I once found a book called Planet X. It was an officially licensed ST:TNG/ X-Men crossover.

Seriously.

What gets me is that a) my sister bought it and b) it makes reference to previous crossovers.

 15 Ruthie A, Thu, 13th Mar '08 5:41:12 PM from The United States
Mith wrote:
"(Quoted Detrs)

What gets me is that a) my sister bought it and b) it makes reference to previous crossovers.

I actually read that. I didn't know a lot about the X-Men (except for what I've read on the other wiki), but I still enjoyed it. It's note exactly quality literature, but it was a good way to pass time during winter vacation. It would have been cool to see Captain Picard meet Professor X, though, if only for the fact that they're both played by Patrick Steward, but unfortunately I don't think that that happened (although I can't remember exactly).

Detrs wrote:
"When I worked at a book store, I once found a book called Planet X. It was an officially licensed ST:TNG/ X-Men crossover.

There's always a story someone had about something they did or did not do, and they regretted that decision ever since.

I saw this book when I was studying in the US. I did not buy it.

I'm still kicking myself about that.

(Not because I think it'll be any good, but mostly because it's one of those things that could actually end up So Bad, It's Good.)

Level 2 Human Librarian
Some part of my mind keeps harping on the idea of some sort of Doctor Who / Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagaan crossover. (Which provides supporting evidence for the idea that I need brain surgery. Or a psychiatric evaluation. Or both.)

How about Kamina from Tenga Toppa Gurren Lagan versus Riff from Sluggy Freelance? Crazy genius versus crazy warrior right there.
 
I want a Muppet version of KatamariDamacy. Maybe the licensing would be easier for a video game version, but a live action version would be great. Kermit could play the Prince, and Gonzo could be TheKingOfAllCosmos. Kermit would roll up other Muppets, and they wiggle and scream.
 
 20 Vampire Buddha, Thu, 20th Mar '08 11:50:44 AM from Right behind you Relationship Status: Having tea with Cthulhu
Butterscotch Dinosaur Pussy
I want to see a three-way crossover between The X-Files, Tru Calling and Death Note. It would be especially awesome if the person who asked for Tru's help had had thier name written in the Death Note a week previously.
Not exactly a crossover, but I want to see Genshiken cosplaying Naruto. (Kohsaka = Naruto, Kasukabe = Sakura, Madarame = Sasuke, and so on...)

A while back, I thought ot the title characters of Avatar and Ned's Declassified switching bodies— AANG IN NED'S BODY: So anyway, that's what happened... MOZE: Which means that Ned- our Ned- COOKIE: -woke up with an enormous furry creature licking his face, in a place where he can't read the writing, covered in tattoos he never had before... GORDY: Boy, do I know that feeling! (ALL look at GORDY)
 
Detrs wrote:
"I'm not a fan of crossovers for the most part (and detest a lot of the retconning that goes on in a lot of comic multi-verses with such maddening abandon), but I can tell you the craziest thing I've ever actually seen.

When I worked at a book store, I once found a book called Planet X. It was an officially licensed ST:TNG/ X-Men crossover.

Seriously.

Dear god, I have to read this. It might be low grade but it's going to be a damn good laugh or at least material for MSTK.

Monty Python/MSTK - Don't think about that too hard.

A Mediocre Khan
We've seen the Marvel vs Capcom games, and I want Marvel vs Nintendo! Several of the characters could match up pretty well. Mewtwo and Magneto would make a great team, as would Ganondorf and Dr. Doom (although, if the latter two met, the world might explode). Then, we get to watch Samus kick Iron Man's ass. Beautiful. Also, I want to see Pikachu fight Thor. Is that too much to ask?

As a Star Wars fan, I confess that a Star Wars/anything crossover would make me happy, so long as they pull it off well. Here's hoping that Soul Calibur IV can live up to the awesomeness that it hints towards.
Math guy
The thought of a Ranma 1/2/Y: The Last Man fusion intrigues me. Humanity's only hope is a spring hidden in China.

I'm also wondering what would happen if Lagann tried to hijack an Angel.

The thought of a Sailor Nothing/Ah! My Goddess crossover occurred to me once, but I dismissed it on account of lack of plot. (Himei's the number one wish candidate, she'd obviously wish for the extermination of the Yamiko, and then there's no conflict.) I also randomly thought of crossing it with Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. "You may know war, Takamachi...but I know evil."
Pronounced "shy guy."

I have spent 4 months of my life outside my home country. Paste this into your sig with your data!
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and Kingdom Hearts.

Just to see how the KH cast would react to Nanoha's ZENRYOKU ZENKAI, and how they'll inevitably end up as friends.

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