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Welcome to the Fictional Companies Wiki!

Fictional companies, businesses and brands are often used in film, television or games in cases where copyright prevents the producers from using the name of a real company. Fictional companies are often parodies on real-life counterparts and sometimes even have an interesting history and a logo! This wiki is dedicated to all these fictional companies, brands, corporations and stores, and you can help by adding and editing pages!

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This is not a fanon wiki! Please, only add brands and businesses from works of fiction such as video games, TV shows, movies, books, etc.
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  • Heisler Beer appears in as much as 65 different movies and TV shows, possibly even more.
  • Fast food chain Burger-Matic appears in the movie Home Fries and the TV series Breaking Bad, both written by Vince Gilligan. A Burger-Matic costume is also seen in the movie Mystery Men.
  • It is implied that CMP Interactive, creator of "Super Spitfire" in Gone Home is founded by Charles Milton Porter from the BioShock games as the Minerva's Den DLC for BioShock 2 features a game named "Spitfire".
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