The Alliance of Twelve, with SD-6 being one of its children cells, is a fictional international organized crime group in the television series Alias. It is an organization involved in the trade of intelligence and weapons. The organization was founded by Alain Christophe, once a CIA agent, as well as other agents from various other intelligence agencies after the Cold War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alliance of Twelve"
F.O.W.L. is a fictional group of villains that attempt to take over the world in the animated series Darkwing Duck. F.O.W.L. stands for Fiendish Organization for World Larceny, and is lead by High Command, three high ranking F.O.W.L. operatives hidden in the shadows. They constantly scheme to take over the world, only to be stopped by Darkwing, his allies, and sometimes S.H.U.S.H. operative Agent Grizzlikof. Other members of F.O.W.L. include: ...more on Wikipedia about "F.O.W.L."
Faction Paradox is a fictional time travelling voodoo cult/ rebel group/ organized crime syndicate created by Lawrence Miles. The family/organization, originally featured as recurring villians in the BBC Doctor Who Eighth Doctor Adventures novels, have spun-off into their own continuing tales. Although the Faction Paradox stories outside of the BBC Books share situations and characters in common with the Doctor Who universe, the two continuities are quite separate. ...more on Wikipedia about "Faction Paradox"
Galactor is the name of a fictional supervillain terrorist organization that is the primary villain in the popular anime franchise, Science Ninja Team Gatchaman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Galactor"
HYDRA is a fictional terrorist organization in the Marvel Universe. In its original continuity, it was headed by nondescript businessman Arnold Brown, who was killed as S.H.I.E.L.D. apparently crushed the organization. It soon returned, however, headed by Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, under the aegis of the Nazi Red Skull; HYDRA's changing origin was one the earliest Marvel retcons. After its initial defeat, several of its branches surfaced, appearing to be unrelated and independent. HYDRA's scientific branch was initially A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics), which later split off into its own organization. Other factions included THEM and the Secret Empire. ...more on Wikipedia about "HYDRA"
Intergang is a fictional organised crime organisation in Superman comics. It was created by Jack Kirby and first appeared in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #133 (October 1970). ...more on Wikipedia about "Intergang"
In the 1960s television show Get Smart, KAOS was the International Organization of Evil. It was formed in 1902 in Bolcavest. Its purpose was to implement unrest and revolution throughout the world. KAOS' most infamous and ruthless agent was Siegfried. ...more on Wikipedia about "KAOS (Get Smart)"
The Outcasts is a fictional criminal organization from the Digital Anvil/ Microsoft game Freelancer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Outcasts"
The SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion (S.P.E.C.T.R.E.) is a fictional terrorist organization led by Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Its first appearance was in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel, Thunderball, and subsequently in a number of James Bond films including the very first Bond film, Dr. No, where it has been the spy's most persistent opponent. ...more on Wikipedia about "S.P.E.C.T.R.E."
Shadoloo (often spelled as Shadowloo, Shadaloo, Shadowlaw and Shadowland, Japanese: シャドルー, Esperanto, in the movie: Ŝadoluo) is a international crime syndicate which is featured prominently in Capcom's Street Fighter series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shadoloo"
In the television series Alias, The Covenant is a large, powerful, and secretive intelligence/terrorist organization. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Covenant (Alias)"
The Zodiac is a fictional criminal cartel in the Marvel Comics universe. The twelve leaders of the Zodiac are supervillains who have each adopted their individual star signs as their personal codenames and motifs. The group has often executed crimes based on the twelve signs of the zodiac. The Zodiac cartel is led Scorpio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zodiac (comics)"
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