This week’s 5 Fandom Friday is a good one – 5 crossovers that would totally cause our fangirl hearts to explode? Yes, please.
Here we go:
1. Lord of the Rings & Harry Potter
Gandalf as a teacher in Hogwarts, and everyone being a bit confused at first because isn’t Dumbledore supposed to be dead? And why is he smoking this weird stuff? And what the hell is it with the staff? Where’s his wand?
2. Daredevil & The Flash
They’re so completely different charachters, so that alone would be fun. But could Matt really stand a chance against Barry? I mean, in theory, of course, cause Barry may be fast, but he’s not particularly well-trained. But he’s fast. Like, could Daredevil really fight the Flash?
3. Supernatural & The Mortal Instruments
They have the same premise – kinda. Only on one hand, there’s grown men fighting evil and on the other hand it’s teenagers, which goes against everything Sam and Dean believe in. Also, just imagine Dean working with Jace. He’d want to strangle him after 2 minutes, but also protect him. And the Winchesters would either be weirded out by the demons in the Shadowhunter world, or the Shadowhunters would freak out about killing demons because they look like people. And Clary would probably have a thing or two to say about killing werewolves, and Simon wouldn’t be too happy about the way they handle vampires.
4. Sherlock & Doctor Who
Simply because Sherlock and the Doctor are these two amazingly well-written, incredibly smart people, and watching them interact would be so much fun! Sherlock would have to rethink his view on the world, since he doesn’t exactly believe in aliens, and the Doctor would be fascinated by this human who believes he’s always the smartest man in the room. Just imagine the dialogues! No action needed, just those two talking, and Watson and the Doctor’s companion(s) standing there, watching them. And then Watson gives into his curiosity and asks the companion(s) all kinds of questions, and they start to realize that they’re not so different after all.
5. Agent Carter & Supernatural
Depending on whether she’d come back at some point or not, she’d either totally fit into the kick-ass women on Supernatural, or be the complete opposite of the one-episode characters that need Sam & Dean to protect them. She’d have more than one witty answer to Dean’s attempt at flirting and/or protecting her, and she’s definitely not the kind of character to hang back in the car while the men do all the “dangerous” work. She’d have some kind words for the boys too, of course, which is sweet and awesome. And we just love both these shows so much.