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Do We Have This One?? Mat need a better title. Laconic: The store or market place that villains or others evils go to buy their evil equipment/ingredients. Related to Evil Inc..
- The underworld black magic market seen in one episode of Charmed.
- The villainous grocery store in The Kids Next Door.
- Knockturn Alley in Harry Potter (Evil Counterpart to Diagon Alley).
- The Octopus in Goldeneye Rogue Agent
- Arguably, these exist in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines for the Player Character, though some may consider them to be anti-hero mart. Although, you can buy a Body Horror blood-dispenser that fits into your pocket, which used to be a human and is still sentient, so they get pretty evil.
- Probably a lot of other video games with an evil Player Character, though I can't think of any more off the top of my head. I want to say City of Villains, but since you can buy the same stuff there as the heroes buy in City of Heroes, I guess it doesn't really fit.
- An episode of The Unusuals featured a sto that sold murder equipment.
- The Champions supplement Gadgets! mentioned two organizations that sold weapons and other equipment to super villains: the West German KRONOS and Japanese ISE (International Scientific Elite).
- Also Evil Inc. the webcomic.
- HenchCo in Kim Possible. Equipment and minions.
- Despicable Me has the Bank Of Evil.
- Men In Black. Jack Jeebs provided exotic weaponry to alien criminals, such as the "reverberating carbonizer with mutate capacity" he sold to an unlicensed Cephalopoid assassin.
- Mega Mind gets all his stuff from a place in Romania.
- In the second Hellboy film there is the troll market.
- Several marvel villains made careers out of this: Arcade used to make money by producing robotic "heroes" for the villains to practice on while Taskmaster made money by providing training for mooks.
- In the Cold Opening of Tomorrow Never Dies, James Bond infiltrates one of these. Cue Stuff Blowing Up and an escape in a fighter jet.
- In Real Life, there's the black market where you can get things you're not supposed to be legally getting.
- The entire country of Malaria in Igor, though it's less "buy our evil stuff" and more "pay us to not sell it".
- Shadowrun. Fixers sell illegal equipment (including weapons and ammunition) to shadowrunners.