Classic Webcomic Cross-overs

It doesn’t seem to happen like it used to but back in the day all the hep kids were dropping science in each others’ backyard:


Sluggy Freelance and User Friendly: AJ drops in on Riff; and Torg gets a job with Columbia Internet.

User Friendly and Superosity: Dust Puppy visits Superosity-land.

Bobbins and Waiting For Bob: The Bobbins crew met up with Waiting for Bob’s Bernie and Sean.

Bobbins and Goats: Jon from Goats meets Holly from Bobbins. Small sparks gain a little altitude. Later Jon and Philip actually make it to England.


When I Grow Up and Waiting For Bob: Zoe investigates Sean.

Bobbins and Superosity: Holly and Shelley visit Boardy and Bobby goes to England. Somewhere along the way Professor Ash shows up.


When I Grow Up and Diesel Sweeties: Roger finds true robot love! (not entirely sure where in the DS archives its half is)

I’m sure there’s lots more I’m forgetting – feel free to post more classic crossovers below. Thanks!

Xaviar Xerexes

Wandering webcomic ronin. Created Comixpedia (2002-2005) and ComixTalk (2006-2012; 2016-?). Made a lot of unfinished comics and novels.


  1. I’m currently running a extensive multicomic crossover/cameo in the current storyline at MINDMISTRESS. It has crossed over with Red Lexi, Strange Candy, Killroy and Tina, Elf Life, Kevin and Kell, Wings of Change, Zebra Girl, and many more.
    Also worth mentioning is LOWER PLACE’s current take-off on the Matrix, CRisis of Infinite Earths, and the Keenspace server crash, which is HILARIOUS.—Al —- The Greatest Super Power of All.

  2. I did!

    That Escape thing was like the frickin’ Crisis on Infinite Earths’ Part I and II combined with every end of the world cross-over Marvel ever did. I’m not even sure Damonk would disagree – it was too big to follow.

    Plus it ended JoBeth. Can’t forgive it for that! 🙂

  3. Man oh man, that crossover will haunt me forever, methinks…

    It was SOOOO close to being something brilliant, but due to loads of unexpected problems (human “error”, among others), it became too confusing and chaotic for readers to appreciate.

    Ah well… I’ll just have to top it one day soon, methinks. ^_^

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