21 Animated Crossovers That Took Everyone By Surprise

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From TV to the movies, we’ve had all types of signature animated characters over the years. Characters like Bugs Bunny, Homer Simpson, and Scooby-Doo often stand out on their own, but there have been numerous times where characters jumped panels, mixed universes, and created some of the craziest animation crossovers ever.

Relive some of these great crossovers that shocked us when they were announced and then entertained us for years and years after their release. One of the biggest crossovers ever took place in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. In the movie, we saw Looney Tunes and classic Disney characters interact together. There was also a classic war short featuring some of the top animated characters of the time. Scooby-Doo has featured numerous guest star,s but nothing was as high profile as when Batman and Robin joined in on the fray. The LEGO Movie is a notable entry because the film pulled out all the stops when it came to including characters, superheroes, and pop-culture references. The Rugrats had the infamous group of babies mix it up with some pretty famous Nicktoon monsters. Hercules and Aladdin were two famous Disney characters who had their own feature films, but met up on the small screen together for a huge crossover event. Phineas and Ferb have had numerous crossovers and character references, but some of their biggest was when the show mixed it up with the Avengers for the special Mission Marvel episode. Watch to see all of these cartoon crossovers and the various ways they all made history when they premiered.

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21 Animated Crossovers That Took Everyone By Surprise