List of fictional crossovers

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This article comprises a list of fictional crossovers that have occurred between different fictional characters/properties over different media.

General crossovers[edit]

Most of these crossovers can be assumed to be in continuity for one or both of the characters or universes involved, although the events of the crossover may not be mentioned afterward by either party. See fictional universe for more closely linked crossovers. Many spinoffs cross over with their parent series or originated as a one-time crossover.

Television[edit]

Jerry Bruckheimer Productions[edit]

  • A November 7, 2005 episode of CSI: Miami continues on an episode of CSI: NY on November 9. The characters from CSI: New York were first introduced on a second season episode of CSI: Miami in May 2004. Miami was also introduced via crossover in the second season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. and Cyber was also introduced on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in its 14th Season
  • A three-way crossover with all 3 CSI shows occurred the week of November 8, 2009.
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and CSI: NY have a cross-over story on their respective shows February 6 & 8, 2013. Mac Taylor visits Las Vegas on the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode "In Vito Veritas". The storyline continues on CSI: NY episode "Seth and Apep", with D.B. Russell heading to New York.
  • On May 2, 2007 in the CSI: New York episode "Cold Reveal", Danny Pino appeared as his Cold Case character Scotty Valens as he traveled to New York. The CSI shows, Cold Case, and Without a Trace all air on CBS and are produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Without a Trace had a crossover story that aired on November 8, 2007. "Without a Trace's" Jack Malone guests on "CSI", which continues on "Without a Trace" with Gil Grissom crossing over from "CSI".

The Flash Vs Arrow Crossover.

Must See TV[edit]

TGIF[edit]

CBS Shameless Monday[edit]

Two to three-part episodes[edit]

Daytime[edit]

Interactions between related shows[edit]

International Crossovers[edit]

Finishing story plot lines[edit]

Animation and cartoons[edit]

Movies[edit]

Comics[edit]

Novels[edit]

Video games[edit]

Other[edit]

Explicitly outside continuity[edit]

These are crossovers that exist outside of their own setting, as an alternate universe or a "what if" scenario. Non-continuity crossovers may still borrow or resolve plots from their respective series, but have no evidence to support their occurrence officially in either setting.

Celebrity guest appearance[edit]

A real life celebrity or figure appears within a fictional setting (does not have to be portrayed by the actual person).

Gag cameo[edit]

A character appears only briefly in another setting, mainly for joke purposes.

Crossover concepts or ideas[edit]

Appearances and/or references of plots, items, materials, and/or objects that appear in another setting. Often used as a non-sequitur or anachronistic gag.

References[edit]

  1. ^ From "People en Espanol" (April 17, 2007)
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  4. ^ Paolini, Christopher (September 20, 2008). "Shadows of the Past". Brisingr (1st ed.). New York: Alfred A. Knopf. p. 204. ISBN 0375826726. Bending over, Eragon read, Adrift upon the sea of time, the lonely god wanders from shore to distant shore, upholding the laws of the stars above.