I tried a quick search among similar questions but could not find exactly what I would like to know.
In Chinese, there is a huge dictionary called 汉语大词典 that covers more than 54600 characters (at least an edition printed in the '90s). Basically the whole set of existing Chinese characters, or at least a close approximation.
I was wondering, does something like that exist in Japanese as well? I am not talking about a list of 常用漢字 or something similar. I am wondering if there exists a comprehensive dictionary that, whether they are common or not, covers all the Chinese characters that have a Japanese reading and at least potentially could be used in Japanese as well.
I am sure the list is huge, and would be interesting to have such a reference (just think of all the kanji of animals, plants, and so on).
EDIT: After some comments I decided to edit the title. I know that there is no such thing as a "complete" kanji dictionary (neither in Chinese nor Japanese) since kanji are constantly evolving and new ones may be created. I was asking just for the "most comprehensive" source out there.