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* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse:''
** Comicbook/FantasticFour villain Puppet Master is a sculptor who can control anyone's actions by sculpting their likenesses, using radioactive clay.
** Some incarnations of a GadgeteerGenius ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain known as "The Tinkerer" seem to go for this kinda feel.
** Comicbook/XMen villain Arcade is sorta like Marvel's version of Toyman, as such most of his murderworld contraptions have a amusement park/toy world theme.



* Some incarnations of a GadgeteerGenius ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain known as "The Tinkerer" seem to go for this kinda feel.


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** SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker sometimes came across as this. His base in the cartoons seems to be some kind of abandoned hideous toy factory that still haunts some viewer's dreams.



* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} has Anton Schott alias "Dollmaker", the son of Toyman who is also a skilled -and creepy- toymaker, although he specializes in deadly robot dolls.

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* ** Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} has Anton Schott alias "Dollmaker", the son of Toyman who is also a skilled -and creepy- toymaker, although he specializes in deadly robot dolls.dolls.
** The ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' villain the Puppeteer used remote controlled marionettes to murder people.



* SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker sometimes came across as this. His base in the cartoons seems to be some kind of abandoned hideous toy factory that still haunts some viewer's dreams.



* The ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' villain the Puppeteer used remote controlled marionettes to murder people.


* From the ImageComics title "Dart", we get Brockman, a cartoonishly villainous and mean-spirited toy company exec.

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* From the ImageComics Creator/ImageComics title "Dart", we get Brockman, a cartoonishly villainous and mean-spirited toy company exec.

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* In ''VideoGame/SunlessSkies'', the man in charge of Worlebury-Juxta-Mare, who makes sure the place runs proper and is your handler when it comes to dealing with [[spoiler:the cult dwelling in the Off-season]], is simply called the Toymaker; whenever you talk to him, he's always in the middle of sewing up yet another plush toy far too adorable for the situation you're in. And while he's not necessarily malevolent, he's definitely ruthlessly pragmatic and ''creepy as hell''.


* Philip Le Marchand in ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}'' films starts out a harmless toymaker and winds up creating dimensional doors to perverted hell dimensions. He is, however, appalled by his actions and does attempt to undo them.

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* Philip Le Marchand in ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}'' ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' films starts out a harmless toymaker and winds up creating dimensional doors to perverted hell dimensions. He is, however, appalled by his actions and does attempt to undo them.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'': In "The Gamesmaster", the eponymous Gamesmaster uses giant toy soldiers to stalk the Joes and COBRA, and toy planes to blast their aircraft out of the skies.

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* Philip Le Marchand in ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}'' films starts out a harmless toymaker and winds up creating dimensional doors to perverted hell dimensions. He is, however, appalled by his actions and does attempt to undo them.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'': The villain of "Ultimate Collection", though AP is more worried about how the guy is using a scrapped Captain Atomic action figure that wears a tutu than anything else.


* Some incarnations of a GadgeteerGenius Spider-Man villain known as "The Tinkerer" seem to go for this kinda feel.

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* Some incarnations of a GadgeteerGenius Spider-Man ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' villain known as "The Tinkerer" seem to go for this kinda feel.


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* ''Series/WonderWoman'': "The Deadly Toys" features Frank Gorshin as a toymaker who creates robots to duplicate real people - including Wonder Woman!

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* ''Series/TomTurbo'' battles an evil toymaker who freezes people solid and tries to sell them.


* In ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}'', The Adversary, the mysterious EvilOverlord BigBad of the first arc turns out to be the kindly toymaker [[{{Pinocchio}} Gepetto]]. And he rules thanks to an army of animated wooden soldiers.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}'', The Adversary, the mysterious EvilOverlord BigBad of the first arc turns out to be the kindly toymaker [[{{Pinocchio}} [[Literature/TheAdventuresOfPinocchio Gepetto]]. And he rules thanks to an army of animated wooden soldiers.


* In ''Fanfic/EquestriaDivided'' we have the [[CircusOfFear Cult of Laughter]] has several of these as a combat unit.

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* In ''Fanfic/EquestriaDivided'' we have the [[CircusOfFear Cult of Laughter]] has who have several of these as a combat unit.

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* In ''Fanfic/EquestriaDivided'' we have the [[CircusOfFear Cult of Laughter]] has several of these as a combat unit.
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* The Tinkerer in MarvelUltimateAlliance2 invokes this trope during his boss fight, using robots that look like smaller versions of heroes and villains with giant windup keys sticking out of them. The level itself is even called "The Tinkerer's Toys".

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* The Tinkerer in MarvelUltimateAlliance2 ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance2'' invokes this trope during his boss fight, using robots that look like smaller versions of heroes and villains with giant windup keys sticking out of them. The level itself is even called "The Tinkerer's Toys".

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