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** However, the 2018 ''All Stars Memories'' movie features all ''55'' main Cures up to that point, spanning all 15 seasons from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' to ''Anime/HugttoPrettyCure''; it holds a Guinness World Record for "most magical warriors in one anime film". The main ''Hugtto!'' series did its own crossover which features even more characters on top of that, bumping the number to over 60.

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** However, the 2018 ''All Stars Memories'' movie features all ''55'' main Cures up to that point, spanning all 15 seasons from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' to ''Anime/HugttoPrettyCure''; it holds a Guinness World Record for "most magical warriors in one anime film". The main ''Hugtto!'' series did its own crossover which features even more non-Cure characters on top of that, bumping the number up to over 60.


* The ''Anime/PrettyCureAllStars'' movies. Eight have been made, with the last uniting ''thirteen seasons/eleven teams'' of magical girls for a grand total of ''43'' (plus one OriginalGeneration character).
** Thanks to the fact that the franchise kept going, All Stars eventually had to be discontinued and replaced by Dream Stars, which restricts the represented teams to the most recent 3.

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* The ''Anime/PrettyCureAllStars'' movies. movies, which serve as a crossover for all of the AlternateContinuity ''Anime/PrettyCure'' seasons. Eight have been made, with the last uniting ''thirteen seasons/eleven teams'' of magical girls for a grand total of ''43'' (plus one OriginalGeneration character).
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** However, the 2018 ''All Stars Memories'' movie features all ''55'' main Cures up to that point, spanning all 15 seasons from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'' to ''Anime/HugttoPrettyCure''; it holds a Guinness World Record for "most magical warriors in one anime film". The main ''Hugtto!'' series did its own crossover which features even more characters on top of that, bumping the number to over 60.


*** A short crossover, "ComicBook/LightsOut", happened in October 2013. It started in ''Green Lantern'', ran through ''ComicBook/GreenLanternCorps'', ''Green Lantern: New Guardians'', and ''ComicBook/RedLanterns'' before concluding in the second ''Green Lantern'' annual. It involved the Lantern corps coming together to stop an ancient being named Relic.

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*** A short crossover, "ComicBook/LightsOut", happened in October 2013. It started in ''Green Lantern'', ran through ''ComicBook/GreenLanternCorps'', ''Green Lantern Corps'', ''Green Lantern: New Guardians'', and ''ComicBook/RedLanterns'' before concluding in the second ''Green Lantern'' annual. It involved the Lantern corps coming together to stop an ancient being named Relic.

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** ComicBook/NickSpencersSpiderMan includes the ''ComicBook/SinsRising'' and ''Last Remains'' story arcs, which feature ComicBook/SpiderGwen, ComicBook/SpiderWoman, ComicBook/MilesMorales, ComicBook/{{Silk}} and ComicBook/AnyaCorazon. Interestingly, for most of the run, the other Spiders are working ''against'' Peter Parker; firstly because he's trying [[SaveTheVillain to save]] [[ArchEnemy Norman Osborn,]] and later because [[spoiler:they've all been possessed by Kindred.]]

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** ''Fresh Blood'' was a 2005 storyline that ran through ''ComicBook/RobinSeries'' and ''ComicBook/Batgirl2000''.


* There was talk of doing one of these for ''Series/LawAndOrder'', ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' when the latter launched, with all three shows investigating a potential terrorist attack on New York City from different angles. [[TooSoon And then 9/11 happened.]]

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* There was talk of doing one of these for ''Series/LawAndOrder'', ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', and ''Series/LawAndOrderCriminalIntent'' when the latter launched, with all three shows investigating a potential terrorist attack on New York City from different angles. [[TooSoon [[DistancedFromCurrentEvents And then 9/11 happened.]]

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* There are plans for this down the line in Film/SonysUniverseOfMarvelCharacters, since they only own the rights to Spider-Man, his supporting characters gallery, his rogues gallery and the heroes spun off from him.
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* ''VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven'' features an original storyline in which every [=JoJo=] from parts 1-8 team up to take down DIO after he succeeds in [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence "obtaining Heaven"]] and gains nigh-unstoppable cross-timeline RealityWarper powers.

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* ''VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven'' features an original storyline in which every [=JoJo=] from [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure parts 1-8 1-8]] team up to take down DIO after he succeeds in [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence "obtaining Heaven"]] and gains nigh-unstoppable cross-timeline RealityWarper powers.


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* The ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'' features a lot of these, especially when two campaigns were operating out of the same city.
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* The vast majority of the various Comicbook/XMen crossovers are {{Bat Family Crossover}}s, as they seldom have any effect on anyone but the various groups of mutants that appear in them. (For example, the majority of the stories involving the alien Phalanx.) The "X-Overs" are actually an every-year-or-so tradition, and tend to have lasting effects (such as Apocalypse's introduction and Angel's transformation into Archangel in "Fall of the Mutants," and Generation X's creation in "Phalanx Covenant.")

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* The vast majority of the various Comicbook/XMen crossovers are {{Bat Family Crossover}}s, as they seldom have any effect on anyone but the various groups of mutants that appear in them. (For example, the majority of the stories involving the alien Phalanx.) This is despite the fact that such stories often would have severe implications for the world as a whole; the typical justification is that the X-teams manage to solve the crisis before it gets to that point, with the Avengers just happening to not notice even though the events so often take place in New York City. The "X-Overs" are actually an every-year-or-so tradition, and tend to have lasting effects (such as Apocalypse's introduction and Angel's transformation into Archangel in "Fall of the Mutants," and Generation X's creation in "Phalanx Covenant.")


* ''VideoGame/YukiYunaIsAHeroHanayuiNoKirameki'' is a mobile crossover where various Heroes from ''Franchise/YuushaDeAru'' come together to fight Vertexes.

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* ''VideoGame/YukiYunaIsAHeroHanayuiNoKirameki'' ''VideoGame/YukiYunaIsAHeroASparklingFlower'' is a mobile crossover where various Heroes from ''Franchise/YuushaDeAru'' come together to fight Vertexes.

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* ''VideoGame/YukiYunaIsAHeroHanayuiNoKirameki'' is a mobile crossover where various Heroes from ''Franchise/YuushaDeAru'' come together to fight Vertexes.


* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''. Recently, Abigail has been added to the roster of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', with Poison and Lucia coming later afterwards.

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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''. Recently, Abigail has been added to the roster of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', with Poison and Lucia coming later afterwards.


* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''. Recently, Abigail has been added to the roster of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

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* The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' prequel series formally introduced the ''VideoGame/FinalFight'' cast to Franchise/StreetFighter with the addition of Guy and Sodom in the first entry, followed by Rolento in ''Alpha 2'' and Cody in ''Alpha 3''. There's even an entire stage in both ''Alpha 2'' and ''Alpha 3'' featuring the rest of the ''Final Fight'' cast cheering on the fight. The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' series added another ''Final Fight'' alumni to the roster with the addition of Hugo (formerly known as Andore) in ''[=2nd Impact=]'' and Poison appears as playable fighter in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Ultra VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' after having a passive role as Hugo's manager in ''III''. Recently, Abigail has been added to the roster of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'', with Poison and Lucia coming later afterwards.


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* Downplayed by ''VideoGame/RiverCityGirls'', which involves characters from other Technos properties, specifically ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' and ''VideoGame/TheCombatribes'', and integrates them into the game's universe as shopkeepers, enemies and bosses.

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* ''Fanfic/SkyholdAcademyYearbook'' is a LighterAndSofter combination of this and HighSchoolAU for the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' franchise. It features characters from all of the games and supplemental materials, many of whom would never normally interact with each other (or at least not pleasantly), in a modern setting framed around a BoardingSchool.

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