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Cross-Overs That Would Be Awesome...

Tyrmatfrage

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I just watched The Meg and now I want the Megalodon to hook up with the shark from Deep Blue Sea. Thanks to Hollywood’s ignorance of genetics, they mate and a gigantic supersmart shark is born!
 

Gogmagog

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I just watched The Meg and now I want the Megalodon to hook up with the shark from Deep Blue Sea. Thanks to Hollywood’s ignorance of genetics, they mate and a gigantic supersmart shark is born!
They create the SHARKNADO and unleash it on the humans!
 

Agrippa

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I'm not sure whether this crossover belongs in this thread or the “Fire and Tears” one, but here it goes. A crossover mostly between the Dragon Age franchise, namely Dragon Age Inquisition, the Persona franchise, Persona 5 to be precise, and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. A few others too, just for the hell of it.

It's a bright and sunny Tuesday April 12th, 2016, as Akira/Ren/Joker walks down the busy Shibuya streets back to his new home at Leblanc. He's had a long day, with both his first full day of school at Shujin and his second ordeal in coach Kamoshida's vile castle, fighting beside his peroxide blond friend Ryuji and a black and white tomcat with a girl's name that insists he's human. Then all of a sudden Joker gets enveloped in a blinding flash of white light, and nearly deafened by the screams of terror from the frightened witnesses as he's shunted off to some distant world that seems to be straight out of an isekai manga, light novel or anime. Until you scratch the surface of course, and see the rot, politicking and strife beneath. Welcome to Thedas in the year 9:41, Joker! Just in time for the Conclave, along with a small host of oddballs and freaks, many of whom have arrived days if not weeks earlier, to prevent, or at least severely mitigate a calamity about to befall this summit. Sadly most isekai also tend to gloss over the lack of running water or indoor plumbing. Damn it, Akira is really beginning to miss the 21st Century.

While they don't succeed in stopping the explosive catastrophe, the motley bunch of heroes, for lack of a better term in some cases, does manage to save many lives that would otherwise have been lost. Including a 20-something, lightly bearded man with medium brown hair, whom Akira nearly died shielding from a fear demon, or more accurately his main Persona, Arsene, rushed out of the 16 year old's body in to shield the ten year older mage, in the somewhat older man's failed attempt to rescue the elderly woman at the head of this, continent's, main religion? Yes, continent's main religion, The Chantry. At least the teenage boy only has a few faint scars on his side where a sizable gash once was. He really had to thank that guy he saved, now what was his name again? Reagan, Ryland, no, Regalyan D'Marcall or something. Yeah, that man's a real lifesaver.

Don't worry folks, Joker gets back to Tokyo early morning on April 14th, just two days later. Escorted back to his world both by the man he'd saved and a grateful and, if intimidating, statuesque olive-skinned warrior woman with short brunette hair, in broad daylight, along with a third person, someone who landed on the same planet Akira did in a beat-up looking spaceship of all things. A shabbily dressed, lightly tanned Caucasian man, an inch shorter than Akira, with a scruffy beard and matching brown messy hair and calm, blueish gray eyes who's somehow responsible for getting Akira back to his world. At least he'll have something of an excuse for missing a whole day of school. Maybe he won't be expelled. But for some, in Akira's mind at least, admittedly stupid reason, he feels a responsibility to go back to that strange world and help them out at times, Even though that elven mage Solas patiently explained that he wasn't needed anymore due to a lack of the green Anchor that some of the other off-worlders who helped save so many lives now bear. So much for living a quiet peaceful life just trying to finish out his probation.

Aside from Akira/Ren this band of misfits includes at least a few of the following:
  1. Jessica Jones
  2. Luke Cage
  3. Emiel Regis Rohellec Terzieff-Godefroy*
  4. Wade Wilson/Deadpool
  5. Rocket and Groot*
  6. Algernop Krieger
  7. Angeal Hewley*
  8. Joskue Higashikata*
  9. Gionro Giavanna*
  10. Ser Davos Seaworth*
  11. Shelia Fitzcarldo/Dr. Mrs. The Monarch*
  12. Col. Hunter S. Gathers
*Guaranteed Herald of Andraste/Inquisitor material in this fanfic idea.
 

Shawn_Hagen

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As Granbelm has not ended and we really don't know where it is going it is hard to figure out the crossover angle, but, seeing as there are school girls and giant magic robots...

Granbelm and Magic Knights Rayearth

Mangetsu emerged victorious but her broken heart leads her to endanger the world. Only the Magic Knights can save the day.
 

vernuf

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Having finished the Boys season 1 yesterday, I think it'd be interesting if the DC Justice League somehow ended up in The Boys universe. Show, not comic, since I'm pretty sure I'd hate the comic.
 

LoneWolf23

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Having finished the Boys season 1 yesterday, I think it'd be interesting if the DC Justice League somehow ended up in The Boys universe. Show, not comic, since I'm pretty sure I'd hate the comic.
Hey, as long as it means the Homelander gets his ass kicked by Superman and suffers a complete mental breakdown when he witnesses what a REAL paragon cape looks like, I'd be willing to watch that, at least.
 

vernuf

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Hey, as long as it means the Homelander gets his ass kicked by Superman and suffers a complete mental breakdown when he witnesses what a REAL paragon cape looks like, I'd be willing to watch that, at least.
Well, the way I see it, the League would probably be outnumbered and on the Seven's home turf, but every single member has more experience in real fights against metahumans and the League has several members who don't really have an equivalent in the Boy's universe as far as I can tell. Like magic members. Vought's supes can probably deal with Batman or Green Arrow, but Dr. Fate? Zatanna?
 
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