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Wayne Enterprises

Based in Gotham City, Wayne Enterprises was founded in the 17th century but officially became a company in the 19th century under Alan Wayne. It has grown to become one of the worlds top ten multinational conglomerates.

Hattori Hanzo

Hattori Hanzō is the finest swordsmith in the world; however, he has not created a new sword in over a quarter-century because he feels guilty for making instruments used to kill humans.

Welcome to Rockwell Falls

Numbers do not lie. Numbers rule the Universe. And the numbers are telling a very strange tale about Rockwell Falls. The town has had 436 residents for over a hundred years. Always 436.

Omni Consumer Products

Omni Consumer Products is a mega corporation — a vast, giant corporation with an omnipresent number of divisions affecting nearly every level of society and government. With a stake in almost any field where there is money to be made, they produce everything from minor consumer products to military hardware.

Initech Corporation

When you think about it, there’s really nothing more evil than making human beings into office drones who sit in drab cubicles all day…

Nakatomi Plaza

Nakatomi Plaza is a high-rise office building in Century City, LA, that houses the headquarters of the California branch of the Nakatomi Corporation, a Japanese company.

Resources Development Administration (RDA)

The Resource Development Administration (or RDA) is the major antagonistic faction in the 2009 science fiction movie Avatar. It is one of 2154 Earth’s largest and most powerful corporations during the events of the film.

Fiorina “Fury” 161

Fiorina 161 was only known for its two establishments, an industrial lead smelting works and a Double-Y chromosome work correctional facility, both owned by the Weyland-Yutani Corporation.

SAL 9000

Supercomputer SAL 9000 helps Dr. Chandra unlock the mystery of HAL, her counterpart who had calmly and inexplicably murdered the crew of the Discovery One Jupiter mission nine years earlier.