Note: I'm actually ldude893. I made another account after I lost and forgot both my username and password. I'm still a bit confused with the forum, but I'm working on it. Sorry if I confused anyone. Well, I'm not going to WRITE a crossover, although I might, I'm just suggesting some ideas. (I'm currently working on a Simpsons Story since someone thought I was going to write it when I was just suggesting it.) You said that the plot is very important. I think so, too. You can't just put The Jetsons and The Flinstones together in one show or movie (done already) and give it a title (The Jetsons meets The Flintstones). Content is everything. Otherwise, if they made it to a movie, expect an army of film critics burning the film reels. I think that choice of shows to crossover is also another important thing. everything. For instance, Mickey Mouse meets Donald Duck? Good. Yogi Bear meets Pikachu? Bad. But in the case of a giant crossover, its complicated. In one of my posts with my new account, I mentioned an idea for the crossover about toons living in one large city. So, here's my idea. While everyone single toon is going to be there (South Park's under quarintine, perfectly explaning their absence.) there should be some main characters: -Three normal kids, -Two normal toon friends -Three of the big ones: -Mickey Mouse and his friends (Represents the start of the popularity of Cartoons) -The Looney Tunes (Represents the Golden Age of Cartoons) -The Simpsons (Represents the Modern Age of Cartoons.) Just some lousy ideas.