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* The ''SonicTheHedgehog'' characters in ''Anime/SonicX''

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* The ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' characters in ''Anime/SonicX''

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* ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' is set in an alternate-present Massachussetts where true ArtificialIntelligence is common; the first AI characters are {{Robot Budd|y}}ies like Pintsize who are initially treated like possessions, but an expanding cast of {{Robot}}s with day jobs is introduced. It's mentioned that TheSingularity passed and [=AIs=] were granted full citizenship without any particular hassle and, indeed, without most people noticing.
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Arrowsmith}}'', various fantasy races such as trolls live alongside humans; albeit as second-class citizens in many places.


* The ''SonicTheHedgehog'' characters in ''SonicX''

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* The ''SonicTheHedgehog'' characters in ''SonicX''''Anime/SonicX''


* In ''Film/Bright'', orcs, elves, and other fantasy races live alongside humans in modern-day LA.

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* In ''Film/Bright'', ''Film/{{Bright}}'', orcs, elves, and other fantasy races live alongside humans in modern-day LA.

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* In ''Film/Bright'', orcs, elves, and other fantasy races live alongside humans in modern-day LA.


* As the nature of megacrossovers this is the norm of the ''{{Franchise/Buildingverse}}'' so for a perfectly muggle waitress to see [[{{Webcomic/Roommates}} Thor chasing Nyan-cat]] down the street is a Monday. There are some works that allude to some kind of a {{Masquerade}}, but it can't be too serious if aforementioned waitress [[Webcomic/GirlsNextDoor can turn around and date an elf]].

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* As the nature of megacrossovers this is the norm of the ''{{Franchise/Buildingverse}}'' ''{{Webcomic/Buildingverse}}'' so for a perfectly muggle waitress to see [[{{Webcomic/Roommates}} Thor chasing Nyan-cat]] down the street is a Monday. There are some works that allude to some kind of a {{Masquerade}}, but it can't be too serious if aforementioned waitress [[Webcomic/GirlsNextDoor can turn around and date an elf]].


* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' features bipedal, sentient animals (such as deer or dogs) of human-like intelligence; who have (nearly) the same rights and privileges as humans (such as insurance policies). The main example would be Brian; who's allowed to drink alcohol, go to college, and even [[InterspeciesRomance date human girls (a guy in the case of his cousin)]]; all without anyone batting an eyelash. Usually. Sometimes the show treats Brian like a dog (conveniently ignoring the bipedalism and power of speech) when the plot calls for it. In general, they go with whatever would be funnier in the circumstances.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' features bipedal, sentient animals (such as deer or dogs) of human-like intelligence; who have (nearly) the same rights and privileges as humans (such as insurance policies). The main example would be Brian; who's allowed to drink alcohol, go to college, and even [[InterspeciesRomance date human girls (a guy in the case of his cousin)]]; all without anyone batting an eyelash. Usually. Sometimes the show treats Brian like a dog (conveniently ignoring the bipedalism and power of speech) when the plot calls for it. They even had Peter randomly shout "[[LampshadeHanging Ah! Talking dog]]!" before the break in one episode. In general, they go with whatever would be funnier in the circumstances.


* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' features bipedal, sentient animals (such as deer or dogs) of human-like intelligence; who have (nearly) the same rights and privileges as humans (such as insurance policies). The main example would be Brian; who's allowed to drink alcohol, go to college, and even [[InterspeciesRomance date human girls (a guy in the case of his cousin)]]; all without anyone batting an eyelash.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' features bipedal, sentient animals (such as deer or dogs) of human-like intelligence; who have (nearly) the same rights and privileges as humans (such as insurance policies). The main example would be Brian; who's allowed to drink alcohol, go to college, and even [[InterspeciesRomance date human girls (a guy in the case of his cousin)]]; all without anyone batting an eyelash. Usually. Sometimes the show treats Brian like a dog (conveniently ignoring the bipedalism and power of speech) when the plot calls for it. In general, they go with whatever would be funnier in the circumstances.


* [[{{Toon}} Toons]] again in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}''.

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* [[{{Toon}} Toons]] again in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}''. The "human" characters were also animated, so they made them a bit more realistic and detailed then is standard for Disney fare, to make it easier to differentiate.


* [[DuelingShows Magical creatures in]] ''TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.

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* [[DuelingShows Magical creatures in]] ''TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee''.





* Not only are the titular critters all over the place in ''{{Pokemon}}'', but they often appear to have replaced every sort of real animal.

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* Not only are the titular critters all over the place in ''{{Pokemon}}'', ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', but they often appear to have replaced every sort of real animal.


* ''SonicTheHedgehog'', especially in the newer games.
* The Gurhal System in ''PhantasyStar Universe'' really doesn't care if you're human, newman, beast, or CAST, because they're all on equal standing. Though the four races have planets (or a space station) to themselves, other races can and do live there with equality (excepting those bigots that no amount of time will erase).
* You could probably count the human characters in Touhou on your fingers.

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* ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'', especially in the newer games.
* The Gurhal System in ''PhantasyStar ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar Universe'' really doesn't care if you're human, newman, beast, or CAST, because they're all on equal standing. Though the four races have planets (or a space station) to themselves, other races can and do live there with equality (excepting those bigots that no amount of time will erase).
* You could probably count the human characters in Touhou ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' on your fingers.

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