Lit Crossovers

Discussion in 'Literature' started by Chewbacca89, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. RC-1991 Force Ghost

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    Mace Windu vs. Nick Fury.

    Alternatively, Boba Fett vs. Iron Man.
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  2. CT-867-5309 Force Ghost

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    Just novelize Ice Pirates and switch in Star Wars proper nouns.
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  3. Barriss_Coffee Chosen One

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  4. Skywalker_T-65 Force Ghost

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    I still vote SW/SG :p

    Hey, it could work. Celestials=Ancients (seriously, look at the new info...energy beings? Ancient Tech more advanced than modern versions? It fits). A SG hyperdrive can get between Galaxies in hours. I could go on for awhile, but I don't want to derail things :p
  5. Kyris Cavisek Jedi Grand Master

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    What the Galaxy is just one of the Worlds the mad hatter can travel too? Why not throw Earth 616, and have a Prince Charming, Balder the Bold, Mace Windu, Nick Fury, Han Solo, Indy team up...
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  6. COMPNOR Force Ghost

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    My choice would be Star Wars/UFO.

    This actually dates back to 1978, with the crude drawings I used to make when I was in the 4th grade. I could fashion a head on view of TIE fighters easily enough, with the Death Star in the background, but couldn't draw a very good X-Wing. Hence, rebel pilots found themselves piloting Sky 1 interceptors, with S.I.D. and the Mobiles making occasional appearances.
  7. Tim Battershell Force Ghost

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    That takes me back! SkyDiver was a neat concept, IMO. But what was it with all the string/mesh shirts? :confused:
  8. Chewbacca89 Force Ghost

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    How about a Star Wars/ Muppets crossover. I could see Yoda and Kermit kicking Palpatine's butt.
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  9. Red.Two Jedi Master

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    The Avengers would also be a cool crossover, because hey, Iron Mandalorian.
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  10. General Immodet Jedi Grand Master

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    Star Wars + The Boondock Saints :)
  11. COMPNOR Force Ghost

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    I like the nautical theme the fishnet shirts convey. I'm more worried about the Nehru jackets that all the top level officers wear at SHADO HQ.
  12. Chewbacca89 Force Ghost

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  13. Zeta1127 Force Ghost

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    We already got that, its called Eragon.
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  14. AdmiralWesJanson Force Ghost

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  15. DarthJenari Force Ghost

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    Star Wars/Pirates of the Caribbean

    For some reason I think that would be incredibly funny.
  16. Chewbacca89 Force Ghost

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    Star Wars/Monty Python
  17. Brenapp Jedi Master

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    While I think the idea of a SW/Aliens crossover has its merits, I feel that it would be completely unnecessary, owing to the fact that the EU has already had stories which cover the same sort of ground, e.g. Death Troopers, and Jedi Academy: Leviathan of Corbos.
  18. EECHUUTA Force Ghost

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    Star Wars/Resident Evil
    The T-Virus and all it's attendant mutated zombies would be right up any Sith Alchemist's alley ;)
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  19. Brenapp Jedi Master

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    Already been done in Death Troopers and Red Harvest.
  20. EECHUUTA Force Ghost

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    Not necessarily. All of the zombies in those books were normal run-of-the-mill zeds, and they couldn't go very far beyond their 'source' or else they would start to de-animate. The zombies in RE don't have a source area they must stick to and they can mutate, creating such monstrosities as Lickers and Tyrants, and culminating into types such as Wesker. And any 'regular' zombies that went down would turn into icky Crimson Heads, so the heroes would have to make sure they finished off any zombies totally. So while both have zombies as their main premise, how they would play out would be totally different. :p
  21. Brenapp Jedi Master

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    Also, didn't one of the NJO books have creatures that bled acid?
  22. Mirax Terrik Chosen One

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    I would love to see a Star Wars/Dr. Who cross-over. I think the silliness of Dr. Who would really work well in a Star Wars setting. Also, I thought the Daleks looked like a cuter Artoo when I first saw them, so of course now I need to know who would win a battle to the death.
  23. Gorefiend Force Ghost

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  24. Brenapp Jedi Master

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    Of course, SW has been crossed over with two other franchises. There was Into the Great Unknown in an issue of Star Wars Tales, where Han and Chewie escape Imperials through hyperspace, and crash on Earth, somewhere in North America, where Han is quickly killed by Native Americans. A long while later, Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones and Short Round find the wreck of the Millennium Falcon in the woods. However, Han's death makes this story totally N-Canon.

    SW characters also appeared in one of the SoulCaliber games, and a prequel comic explaining how they arrived on Earth for the game was published online. But once again, the crossover was declared N-Canon by Lucasfilm (though I'm unsure precisely what it was that made it completely incompatible with the mainstream Expanded Universe).
  25. darklordoftech Force Ghost

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    N-Canon includes anything that's not meant to be canon.