Otaku Name the Anime Cross-Overs They Most Want to See

From dance-offs to meetings of mecha, see the anime series Japanese otaku want to see interact

Anime and manga does have a history of official cross-overs, from the Go Nagai movies (Mazinger Z versus Devilman and the like) to the recent Dream 9 Toriko & One Piece & Dragon Ball Z Super Collaboration Special to the upcoming, second Detective Conan versus Lupin III. In a trivial, but fun Biglobe Anime One poll, otaku were asked to name the cross-over that they most want to see.


Worth noting, conventionally in these meetings of anime series, "versus" means the two parties joining forces more often than it means an outright battle.


1. Love Live! vs [email protected] vs Aikatsu!

2. Kuroko's Basketball vs Ro-Kyu-Bu SS

3. GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class X Hidamari Sketch

4. Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha X Puella Magi Madoka Magica

5. [email protected] vs UtaPri

6. Haganai X Watamote

7. Detective Conan vs Kindaichi Case Files

8. Danganronpa X Future Diary

9. Gundam vs Macross

10. Squid Girl vs Sgt Frog

11. A Certain Scientific Railgun X Saint Young Men X Gatchaman CROWDS

12. Sailor Moon vs Pretty Cure All-stars

13. Naruto vs Ninku

14. Zorori vs Sgt. Frog

15. Lupin III vs Kindaichi Case Files

16.  Umineko : When They Cry vs Black Butler

17. The World God Only Knows X Baka and Test

18. Steins; Gate X Little Busters!

19. Space Runaway Ideon vs Attack on Titan

20. Armored Trooper Votoms vs Sgt. Frog

21. Nintama Rantarou vs Prince Mackaroo

22. Katsushika-ku Kochira Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo X Yatterman

23. Yuru Yuri X Yuyushiki X Kiniro Mosaic X Kill Me Baby

24. Space Battleship Yamato vs Bodacious Space Pirates

25. Yatterman vs Lupin III

26. Macross vs [email protected] Xenoglossia  vs AKB0048

27. Hamtaro X The Adventures of Gamba

28. Moshidora vs Touch X Big Wind-up! vs Dokaben

29. Anpan Man X Zororri

30. Saki vs Akagi

31. Tenchi Muyo! vs Space Pirate Mito

32. Dream Eater Merry vs Dream Hunter Rem

33. Space Captain Harlock with One Piece


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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