10 Anime Crossovers You’ll Never Believe What Really Happened?

Every home with a television enjoys the wonderful occasion of crossovers. Every memorable event for young people—from The Jeffersons meeting The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Jimmy Neutron starring in The Fairly OddParents—has also been a solid money-grab for the studios who organised it.

Crossovers are not, however, just for Western viewers. With this list, in particular, focused on the strangely interrelated worlds of everyone’s favourite anime heroes, Japan has been known to dabble in the trade a little. Here are a few anime crossovers that you won’t believe occurred.

It’s A Rumic World-Everyone’s There For Rumiko Takahashi’s 50th Anniversary

For Japanese viewers and fans of various kinds of anime and manga, notably the Shoujo series, Rumiko Takahashi is kind of a huge deal. She has produced some of the shows that were most influential to early audiences, including Urusei Yatsura, Inuyasha, and Ranma 1/2.

A unique, three-minute OVA was created by Shonen Sunday to honour her 50 years in the industry and feature some of her characters in their first-ever interactions.

Fairy Tail X Rave-The Dragon Slayer Meets the Rave Master

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