- In Twillight Sparkle's awesome adventure, ADMIRAL Awesome Yonasomun Armageddon is an admiral, a vampire who can walk in the daylight, a saijin, and a Jedi Knight.
- The Pony POV Series Dark World had Discord's army of Mooks composed of things such as ninja-pirate-mutant-killer-bees, a giant-cyborg-spider-vampire, and the Magnificent 300 Goblin-Cowboy-Samurai, which don't last very long against the heroes. Justified as they are Discord's mooks, what else would he have for an army?
- In Bruce Has A Problem, it's revealed that the previous mayoral election had vote tampering in the form of radical communist mutant penguins stealing City Hall via giant dirigibles and jetpacks.
- With Strings Attached and its sequel The Keys Stand Alone are Real Person Fics starring The Beatles. Who are Trapped in Another World. And then given super powers.
- Sonic X: Dark Chaos is... hoo boy. Just to begin, Tsali the Ultimate Weapon is a Demon android two-tailed fox. Tephiroth is an angelic humanoid three-tailed cyborg fox. Maledict is a hedgehog-humanoid-reptile cyborg Physical God. Venus the Seedrian is a Seedrian cyborg vampire.
- The king of this trope has to go to the Tsali Androids; *deep breath* batshit-insane cannibalistic flesh-eating demonically-possessed fox robots.
- Eridan slips into this in Dead Sexy when he dies and comes back as a Rainbow Drinker, making him a hope-sploding seadweller highblood vampire.
- In It All Started With a Visit to Gringotts Nicholas and Perenelle Flamel do some rather...exotic crossbreeding as a sideline. One of the beasties Harry and his cousin have to fight is a "creepy snake goblin vampire creature."
- Shinobi The RPG has a cyborg-ninja. It's a small bit, a guy with a prosthetic arm he controls through puppetry, but the main character freaks out at how cool it all is.
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Supergirl crossover The Vampire of Steel gives us Zol-Am, a Kryptonian vampire. As Buffy puts it:Yeah. One vamp with powers to change the course of mighty graveyards is all we need for now.
- Child of the Storm, a crossover between Harry Potter and The Avengers, gives us Harry himself, who is the demigod son of Thor in this story - and thanks to the machinations of Doctor Strange, a great deal more. As a result, Harry is a Half-Asgardian Wizard. He's later revealed to be a mutant related to Jean Grey, and is such one of the most powerful mutant telepaths in existence, is distantly related to the House of El, is a conduit for the Phoenix Force, and was (for a time), a cyborg due to the Transmode Virus and a murderous, brainwashed agent of the Red Room. So in short, Harry is a Half-Asgardian Wizard Mutant Telepath Phoenix Force Conduit and (temporary) Cyborg Killer Agent. He's no happier about this than anyone else is.
- In Neither a Bird nor a Plane, it's Deku!, Izuku discusses this with K.E.L.E.X. while mulling over his alternative options if he fails to get into U.A. He decides to place Seijin, the alma mater of the top-ranking Hero Edgeshot, at the bottom of his list because he doesn't want to become an alien ninja superhero.
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