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Well, Judy thought, if we can't touch the hearts of every man woman and child, then what are we even doing here. What's our point. She said it less pessimistically of course, the darling… but that was the idea. In the world's time of need, it's not enough that we give those gifted enough to be born with magic in their bodies more magic in their lives. Our truest dedication needs to be to those people who don't know magic. Who don't know wonder. Who don't know what it's like to be awestruck in the confines of their own room. Those people that never believed in Santa Claus, or the Tooth Fairy. Those are the people we need to touch. And those people don't get magical toys. Other people make sure that they don't.
~ Holly Light to Dr. Justine Everwood in SCP-445-EX.
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With all honesty though, we make these products because many don't get the chance to experience a proper childhood, or even celebrate such a unique time of year. So during that magical time when the mundane blend with the uncanny, we want to celebrate it right and give a little more.

Cause that’s what it’s all about, right?
~ Dr. Wondertainment to the SCP Foundation in SCP-3992.
Crafting joy, madness,
misters, toys, and happiness!
Just while supplies last!
~ From "SCPoems"

Dr. Wondertainment is the name given for an anonymous entity separate from the SCP Foundation. It is either a reality bending individual or a business that supplies an assortment of toys and gadgets that exhibit anomalous properties (many of which are contained by the SCP Foundation).

The group is one of the most well-known elements of the SCP universe, being featured in numerous articles. It is one of the many "SCP-001" proposals and the overarching protagonistic faction of the "What a Wonderful World" canon. Dr. Wondertainment is also often depicted as the archenemy of The Factory.

History

Possible Origins

It is unclear who Dr. Wondertainment is or when exactly it was formed. Although the Foundation suggests it could be the name of either the individual that founded the company or perhaps the actual name of the company itself.

Spark of Wonder

In the early times, a man named Polyakov discovered the plant notes of Pangloss and began farming them. After Pangloss took notice of this he rewarded Polyakov by teaching him how to use the Flame of Wonder present between the world and the living beings. Polyakov used his new ability to create machines and miracles of wonder which earned him the title of Wonder-Maker.

However, one night some people broke inside the workshop of Polyakov, with the intention of stealing his wonders, but when one member of their group named Wan began messing with one of the complex objects it exploded on her face. This caused the burglars to flee from the now partially destroyed workshop, leaving behind a wounded Wan. Polyakov woke up because of the explosion and when he entered his workshop he became dismayed that most of his creations were destroyed before finding Wan unconscious. Holding no resentment towards her he healed the young woman by replacing her damaged body parts with metal. He taught her just like Pangloss had taught him. She became his disciple until Polyakov retired due to his age leaving Wan to use her new powers to explore the universe.

What a Wonderful World

The company of Doctor Wondertainment was founded in 1909 by Chester Williams, an African-American, non-anomalous man from Boston, and was later joined by magician Maria Herring who helped in creating magical products. Williams was the original holder of the Dr. Wondertainment mantle and the face of the company while Herring mostly helped behind the scenes. The company was first started in a back alley since that was all that Williams could afford, but thanks to its success Dr. Wondertainment began to grow but they were then warned that magical stuff wouldn't last as they got bigger so they should instead stay low from public view. Because of this, the duo bought from an extradimensional estate agent some interdimensional space in the back of the shop and as time went on the space grew and became known as Wonder World where the employees hired would help create many wonderful products.

The Trashfire

The company of Doctor Wondertainment was founded by African-American toymaker John Schuster in 1845 in Chicago after he left his job at The Factory. He became determined to spread the joy of Wonder and Entertainment throughout the world, and so he became the original Dr. Wondertainment, creating the platonic thought form that would become known as Dr. Wondertainment. Schuster was succeeded by Dr. Mortimer Carlyle from Marshall Carlyle and Darke after he was moved by the spirit of Wondertainment into spreading joy and turned the Dr. Wondertainment brand into a proper company, but it also became more capitalistic in nature, in order to establish more market dominance.

Possible Endings

Quiet Days

One day, for unknown reasons, every single anomaly which ever existed was either neutralized or normalized, much to the shock of all of the GoIs. This also included all of Wondertainment's products which stopped working after their paranormal properties were gone. However, the company still kept on as they eventually began releasing other normal toys, but because the anomalous world had ended, the new toys failed to impress the same the way as the previous ones did.

Mission Statement

When a universe devouring entity began to consume the Foundation's universe the Foundation decided to move the solar system to another universe in order to survive. While that was going on, the Dr. Wondertainment company under a new director seemingly began struggling as their new Wondertoys failed to impress anyone anymore.

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As the entire world was slowly being destroyed, Dr. Wondertainment kept producing entertaining products for everyone. The company tried its best to lessen the pain that was being brought on everyone, giving them numerous gifts in order to give them some happiness before meeting the end of everything. As the entire multiverse was destroyed, the company and its director passed away peacefully as they remembered the temporary smiles they brought to those who were suffering.

Description

Dr. Wondertainment follows a list of essential key concepts to its creations:

  • It is a Capitalist Construct.
  • It makes toys aimed towards children.
  • It is "childish and playful" (whether or not this claim is true is up for debate).

The Company produces a number of "children's toys" and magical inventions meant as a form of entertainment to express imagination and fun. Although some of the products are considered safe and harmless (such as SCP-1997 and SCP-3301), others are considered terrible (such as SCP-1799), dangerous (such as SCP-609), or even controversial (pretty much every one of its products).

Despite its reputation, Dr. Wondertainment considers itself well-meaning to its purpose and does not mean to create its products as a form of weapons, rather as a form of curiosity.

Relationship with anomalous factions

Dr. Wondertainment claims that it has an affiliation with the SCP Foundation after the latter first contained the company's specially branded Super Paper (dubbed SCP-445 by the Foundation).

The group known as Gamers Against Weed have created their own line of misters as a parody of Wondertainment's line. Apparently, Dr. Wondertainment is unaware of this, since when Herman Fuller tried to start his own line of Little Misters, he was threatened with a lawsuit. Wondertainment was also involved with other several lawsuits with Prometheus Labs.

Dr. Wondertainment has an extreme animosity and hatred towards The Factory due to their past history and can be considered as archenemies. They also seem to have a complicated relationship since they had an agreement that The Factory would contribute to Dr. Wondertainment by providing products but this agreement was eventually dissolved by Holly Light.

The Wondertainment company once made a deal with Wood Star Studios, a Oneroi film studio, to make an animated series about the fictional character of Isabel Wondertainment and her adventures in order to cheer up the poor children who were forced to work for The Factory their entire lives and had no access to any form of entertainment.

The Chaos Insurgency once attempted to take over the company of Dr. Wondertainment by having their double agent Jubal Gollancz to become their puppet leader. However, Gollancz became overwhelmed by the spirit of the company and abandoned the Insurgency, becoming a full member of Dr. Wondertainment.

Among their employees, Dr. Wondertainment has also hired a number of Are We Cool Yet? members mostly due to their ability at creating anomalous objects.

Manna Charitable Foundation seems to have a mutual and friendly relationship with Wondertainment as it has accepted various donations from the company in form of anomalous and non-anomalous products.

Dr. Wondertainment has a mutual agreement with Marshall, Carter and Dark Ltd. since the company is known to supply the English auction house with various and even limited products.

Dr. Wondertainment seems to also have a good relationship with the Serpent's Hand. It has even been suggested that there are Ways, interdimensional roads connected to the Wanderer's Library, leading to Wonder World.

Based on the images inscribed on SCP-1564-3, the ancient Mekhanites don't like Dr. Wondertainment due to them using their products to get their worshippers away from the teachings of their religion.

The criminal organization known as the Chicago Spirit have used Wonder World for storage from 1929 to 1932.

Between Dr. Wondertainment and Wilson's Wildlife Solutions there haven't been that many interactions, apart from SCP-3879's case, mostly due to the Foundation prohibiting WWS from interacting with the company.

Dr. Wondertainment is a notable presenter in Deer College's bi-annual career fair and has hired from time to time from its alumni.

It appears that Dr. Wondertainment is on good terms with Anderson Robotics, as after scrapping their projects relating to SCP-3960 they sold them to Wondertainment.

Dr. Wondertainment also has a mutual agreement with Ambrose Restaurant in which the toy company sells to Ambrose toys for the Restaurant to give to clients along with children's food in a "Happy Meal" style.

Dr. Wondertainment is one of the many sponsors of "Professor Abnormal's Science Lab" educational show for children.

At some point, an iteration of Nobody was both the director of Dr. Wondertainment, and the Critter of AWCY?. He was later killed during the "Cool War".

Notable Products

Collection of all of the Little Misters from the first line.

  • The Little Mister Collection:  A set of humanoid products created by Cornelius Młynarczyk using Daevite rituals involving homunculi infused with souls of children, that behave like humans, but exhibit anomalous properties; the collection originally consisted of around 20 individuals:
    • Mr. Clank: A automaton made out of machinery. It is seemingly uncontained by the Foundation.
    • Mr. Combustible: A Little Mister who can light himself and everyone else around him on fire if near something that can ignite fire.
    • Mr. Clumsy: A Little Mister who due to his incompetent nature always ends up accidentally dying one way or another before being revived and dying again.
    • Mr. Mission: A Mister acting as a secret agent. He is seemingly in love with Ms. Sweetie.
    • Mr. Feather: A skinny man wearing a suit and a hat filled with feathers, and possessing a bird in his chest. He is also seemingly in love with Sweetie.
    • Mr. Purple: A disturbed Mister who can only talk in Purple Prose.
    • Mr. Chameleon (SCP-905): A Mister made entirely out of light which constantly leaves his body. Due to this he is unable to interact with physical objects, but can move through transparent objects. His physiology allows him to hide easily from people, but because photons constantly leave his body he must be fed more light in order to not disperse.
    • Mr. Headless (SCP-2287): A Mister who lacks his head. Despite this he is able to see, hear, talk and think. He was originally supposed to be a Halloween decor before being detained by the Foundation.
    • Mr. Laugh (SCP-1799): A Mister whose body appears as that of a clown. Everything he says is always regarded as extremely funny causing those who listen to him to uncontrollably laugh. This causes great depression in him and has been put on suicide watch.
    • Mr. Forgetful (SCP-909): A Mister who cannot memorize anything shown to him. When people manage to make him remember something, this causes those same people to forever forget that something.
    • Mr. Shapey (SCP-3537): A polymorphic Mister who can uncontrollably transform into different random people through an unknown painful process. It is stated that it was the very first Little Mister whose appearances he took inspired the appearances of succeeding Misters.
    • Mr. Soap (SCP-1908) A Mister whose body constantly secrets soap.
    • Mr. Hungry (SCP-913): An African-American Mister who needs to be constantly fed every two hours. If not fed then he will enter a trance and consume everything on his path.
    • Mr. Brass (SCP-629): A metallic Mister with organic components. Acted as a musician for the kids musical band the Little Misters, playing the brass musical instrument. He was briefly detained by the Foundation before being released back into the public.
    • Mr. Hot (SCP-644): A Mister of Italian descent who can predict if anyone has children or not, be it biological or adopted, and can precisely assume what products those children want. He acted as a Marketing Consultant for Wondertainment.
    • Ms. Sweetie (SCP-2396): A female Mister with pink hair and irises, who makes every male near her wanting to get far away from her. Needs to be always fed sugar in order to survive and when supplied with sugar her body will produce candies which when consumed by males will transform them into strong candy-like beings who will attack any male and serve any female. She was created for girls who were tormented by their brothers.
    • Mr. Life and Mr. Death (SCP-1007): The corpse of a Mister residing inside a coffin. When the key on his back is turned, the corpse reverts back to an infant and after the key has been fully turned the baby will come to life and over a period of 75 minutes will undergo the entire human life cycle before dying of old age again. It is hypothesised from his title that he may have a counterpart known as Mr. Death.
    • Mr. Fish (SCP-527): A normal human Mister with a head of a fish which later revealed to be Ferdinand the Fancy Fish.
    • Mr. Moon (SCP-917): A Mister whose face changes depending on the lunar cycle. During the new moon his face will disappear completely, while during the full moon his face appears as normal.
    • Mr. Redd (SCP-REDD): A Mister who has been possessed by the Scarlet King and as a result became a murderous psychopath, and became extremely feared by the other Misters. He is currently uncontained by the Foundation.
    • Mr. Money (SCP-2855): A Mister of Hispanic descent who is affected by business transactions made regarding his ownership, causing him to be teleported to his new owner.
    • Mr. Lost (SCP-920): A Mister of Asian descent who involuntarily wanders around the world. Attempts at relocating, contain or transport him have failed due to people interacting with him becoming lost and receiving an urge to follow him.
    • Mr. Lie (SCP-2284): A Mister of Indian descent who is unable to make true statements, but people who listen to him will always perceive his lies as true. Because of this he can only talk in rhetorical questions. He is seemingly the direct brother of Mr. Stripes.
    • Mr. Mad (SCP-2428-1): A Mister of Slavic descent wearing a multicolored straitjacket who appears as a hallucination to the person who holds his document while being alone. He was created to act as an imaginary friend and is capable of interacting with the imaginations of his host and fellow Little Misters. He is also capable of producing anomalous pills and believes that he was once a real normal human before being transformed by Wondertainment.
    • Mr. Scary (SCP-2933-A): A Mister, also known as Mr. Smiles, originally created by The Factory and residing within a steel structure in a large saltwater reservoir, which was constructed by his "father", Bertrand Wondertainment, to contain him and keep his rust from spreading. The structure is comprised of a labyrinth which is controlled by Mr. Scary and any person or machine which enters the structure becomes infected with rust.
    • Mr. Stripes (SCP-2148): A Mister of Indian descent with a blindfold covering his eyes. When he learns information regarding a person or object through vision, all physical and digital information he learned regarding said person or objects is covered with black bars. This is not permanent, since the information can be rewritten and Amnestics are capable of counteracting his properties. He was told by his brother Mr. Lie that he was the first Little Mister.
    • Mr. Holder (SCP-53801-1): An elderly humanoid resting in cell within SCP-53801-A, a topologically anomalous extension which manifests inside any asylum or rehabilitation centers. The humanoid constantly speaks in an unknown language which induce into the listeners extreme terror and when someone tries to approach him they will lose the ability to make any vocalizations before mentally degrading and ultimately die. The humanoid was originally the Holder of the End from the Holders web series who after being forgotten was transported to the SCP universe by the Administrator where he became a Limited Edition Little Mister.
    • Mr. Silence: A mentally broken disfigured Mister created as a result of a operation conducted by Skitter Marshall on Bertrand following the latter's visit to the Factory. After Marshall denied Bertrand access to the newly created Mr. Silence he had the Mister locked by Adam Bright of the Department of Abnormalities inside a secret facility that would become SCP-3790.
    • Mr. Bear (SCP-4468): Non-anomalous plush animals which secretly manifest near a terminally ill child who had been visited by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. When these children hug or treat the plushies in a gentle way they will feel as being comforted or hugged before expiring three weeks later.
    • Mr. President (SCP-5813-1): The very first unofficial Little Mister created by Dr. Waksmundski using SCP-5382. He was created as a commission of the American Secure Containment Initiative and modeled after Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of USA later designated SCP-5813. This double acted as a replacement for 5382, but this later inspired Waksmundski to create the Little Misters line.
    • Mr. Remembrance (SCP-5289): A tall indestructible cube made out concrete and rebar which previously served as a "Containment Chamber" by the American Secure Containment Initiative for various anomalies and is currently stucked at Site-19. When O5-2 entered the chamber she seemingly got trapped inside with the door vanishing.
    • Mr. Toxic (SCP-1019-A): An amalgamation of human bodies in a spherical shape. It possesses low intelligence and is currently residing within a copy of Site-179's underground components.
    • Mr. Collector (SCP-5760): Also known as Mr. Atonement, this Mister is the ancient mummified corpse of the creator of the Little Misters and former president of Wondertainment and O5-4. Despite being a corpse, Mr. Collector is seemingly still alive, since his nervous system is still functioning.
    • Mr. Nobody (SCP-6558): A Pattern Screamer trapped within SCiPnet. It manipulates various files of the database in order to communicate, mostly describing its self hatred over its state of nonexistence. It is also Señor Fun! of Professor Funtastic's señors.
    • Mr. Brainy (SCP-6158): An organic primitive computer made out of the nervous systems of various humans and animals which was found inside a hidden room of a Foundation site. The main brain that is intact seems to still be conscious as when the computer was connected to the site's electrical system it released a cognitohazardous sound that sounded similar to a man screaming.
    • Mr. Chronal and Mr. Dimension: The skeleton of a man dressed in a suit composed of two halves with the left side being colored black and the right side colored purple, while the left side of the skull was covered in rust. The corpse was found inside a time-travelling facility from an alternate future designated SCP-6627 previously belonging to Dr. Wondertainment before becoming corrupted by The Factory which served to produce various paranormal toys that caused their owners to become enveloped with rust through various ways.
    • Mr. Fish (SCP-5527): The carcass of a whale with modified human organs. When someone consumes parts of its body the person gains the property of underwater breathing for twelve hours.
    • Ms. Reminisce (SCP-6910): A Little Mister who possessed perfect photographic/long-term memory which allowed her to remember everything she learned and was originally used by Wondertainment as a teacher for the children. However, after becoming tired of being a teacher, Wondertainment made a deal with Ambrose Restaurant who employed her as a coffee barista, renaming her Ms. Beverage.
  • Dragon-Snails (SCP-111): Snails who have been modified to incorporate classic features of a dragon such as the head resembling that of a dragon, the ability to breathe fire and hardened eggshells. They come in various types which include: Slimybellies, Oozedrakes, Goowyverns, Blobworms, Glowdrakes, and Gunkwyverns.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Super Paper (SCP-445): A set of 11"x 17" paper that is denser and more durable than normal paper. When folded, it will animate into the object in question, and can only be unfolded by the person who folded it. Tests also show that it is highly resistant to the properties of SCP-073.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Origami Ori-Games (SCP-445-EX): A collection of origami kits containing 36 normal square pieces of colorful construction paper and a instruction paper booklets on how to make origami figures. When salt is poured on them it activates the dielectric elastomers within the paper that make them appear as moving. The company created this product in order to appeal to children who lived outside of the Veil of Secrecy since the company was going bankrupt from insufficient income.
  • Dr. Wondertainment Pretendo (SCP-591): A line of video game consoles created by Dr. Wondertainment on 1985 in Southeast Asia as a counterfeit of the Nintendo Entertainment System. When people play a game using one of the consoles, their surrounding environment would change into resembling the video game, causing the player to play the game in real life, but because of the outdated nature of the console a problem would occur that caused the altered reality to not revert once the game is turned off. The consoles apart from supporting NES games, also came with its own games.
    • Eskimo Moe (SCP-591-01): A platform game released on January of 1986 and seemingly based on SCP-2424.
    • Whap 'Em! (SCP-591-03): An arcade shooter game released on January of 1986.
    • Dusky's Adventures in Staedland (SCP-591-06): A platform game released on February of 1986.
    • You Can Do That on Television (SCP-591-11): A survival horror game released on April of 1986.
    • WLB Sports Deluxe (SCP-591-15): A sports game released on May of 1986.
    • WWI Ace Trench Digger (SCP-591-20): A puzzle game released on July of 1986.
    • Led Zeppelin Air Racers (SCP-591-29): A music/racing game released on October of 1986.
    • Super Kick Karate (SCP-591-38): A fighting game released on December of 1986.
    • Super Kick Karate 2010 (SCP-591-41): A fighting game released on February of 1987.
    • Final Kick Karate Ultimate Greatness (SCP-591-44): A pinball game released on March of 1987.
    • The Legend of Sword Master (SCP-591-45): A fighting/simulatir game released on January of 1987 which came equipped with its own sword controller.
    • Reading Rainbow Sit and Listen (SCP-591-46): An educational game released on September of 1987.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Ontological 6-Balls (SCP-609): A collection of anomalous green "6" billiards balls (designated SCP-609-1) that can be manipulated by thought, and can teleport anywhere (including the moon); they do not show any signs of being actual objects, rather as "immaterial manifestations".
  • Robo-Dude (SCP-846): A small plastic sentient robot which obeys to its manufacturer and current owner. It possesses several"Robo-Accessories", some of which include real functioning firearms.
  • Wondertainment Land (SCP-949): An amusement park located in an undisclosed region which is under construction and because of this it will often completely disappears and when it comes back will include new attractions. Such attractions include: Hook a Duck!, Spooky Manor, Random River Rapids, and Bumper Cars!.
    • SCP-949-1: A group of sentient mascot costumes which are completely filled with wool. They always maintain a cheerful behavior regardless of the situation, and act as staff and maintenance for the park.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Bubblebath Bonbons (SCP-1079): Packets of pink, bonbon-like candies that when consumed, secrets the consumer's blood pink, but doesn't pose an immediate health risk. Packets warn not to consume more than one candy in a sitting, and consuming 4 or more in one go has proven to be almost always fatal.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Young Surgeon's Transplant Kit (SCP-1103): A set of commercially packed human body parts derived from SCP-1308 which can serve as additional body parts if fused with an organism.
    • Dr. Wondertainment's Tube of Wonderlube (SCP-1103-2): A tube containing a liquid derived which is similar to blood plasma and when applied to organisms causes a temporary loosening of intercellular bonds accompanied by mild fluorescence which allows new organic tissue to fuse with the organism.
  • Dr. Wondertainment’s Wonder-Pony! (SCP-1194-2): Domesticated pink and purple horses that can be summoned on suitable surfaces by females using a pull string sound box. The horses were previously able to talk in female voices regardless of gender, but after the device used to summon them was broken as a result of it last owner voiding its warranty it caused the horses to lose their ability to speak and because they were unable to instruct their owners on how to properly take care of them they often died.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Super Science™ Li'l Chemist Kit™! (SCP-1224): A box containing a test tube rack, 5 test tubes, an Erlenmeyer flask, a small heating element, a glass stirring rod, two pipettes and 50 brown, opaque glass bottles which contain several chemicals including unusual ones like "Quicksilver", "Super Reagent!", "Super Catalyst!" and "Super Accelerator!". The box contains a booklet instructing the users on how to conduct several experiments ranging from simple and normal to complex and anomalous. The set also had an advertisement for other Wondertainment products in the Dr. Wondertainment's Super Science line and Professor Abnormal's Science Lab's television program.
  • SCP-1373: The collective designation for modified dusky sharks created by Dr. Wondertainment.
    • SCP-1373-01 through -16: Albino cycloptic baby sharks which can emmitt burning laser lights from their eyes by adjusting their fins. However, the modifications of SCP-1373-01 through -06 would later result in their deaths, while SCP-1373-07 through -16 had been left unaccounted.
    • SCP-1373-A: The mother of SCP-1373-01 through -06 which was the property of Wondertainment but due to the modifications done by the company, would later die and end up off the coast of California where the Foundation extracted the babies.
    • SCP-1373-B: The mother of SCP-1373-07 through -16 which was captured by a civilian fishing vessel nearby SCP-1373-A. Upon being captured, its babies used their own lasers to cut their mother's body in order to free themselves before accidentally killing and blinding the crew.
  • Mikey, the Chore Buddy (SCP-1508): A sapient toy robot made out of cardboard, paper, and plastic. It was created to assist children in their chores before it abandoned its purpose.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Slinktastic Dancerific Rainbow Friend! (SCP-1544): A humanoid colorful creature which is comprised of a small peach-colored mass at the center, a thin exoskeleton resembling springs that make up its limbs and a gelatinous interior that consumes food taken through one of the limbs. The creature is jovial and loves dancing as long that there is music, but when music is absent SCP-1544 would become depressed and apathetic, even refusing to eat. It was originally created by the Light Courier Enterprises who saw it as a failure and later it managed to escape at which point was found by the Wondertainment company. The president of the company developed a deep bond with it, naming it Joey, and refused to sell it off, but the Wondertainment Council decided to comply with his demands and sold it to the San Francisco Circus before managing to escape again.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Custom-Pets (SCP-1550): Larvae creatures which will undergo metamorphosis transforming into different animals depending on the environment they are.
  • Dr. Wondertainment®'s Shadow Paint Play-Set! (SCP-1553): Packages containing a set produced using "Ani-Magi-Nation™" technology.
    • Shadow Paint (SCP-1553-A): A translucency, vicious black liquid which when applied to an illuminated area via using a paintbrush would completely dry and its place an object or entity, designated SCP-1552-1 and SCP-1553-2 respectively, shaped after the form of the liquid would appear as two-dimensional shadows, with the shadow resembling an entity coming to life and interacting with other shadows.
    • Shadow Eraser (SCP-1553-B): A white foam sponge which can be used to "erase" the SCP-1553-1 and SCP-1553-2 instances, but can also remove normal shadows of real objects, causing those objects to become both visible and involve and lose their ability to physically interact with other objects, but can be fixed using SCP-1553-A to replace the missing portion of the shadow.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Insta-teen Tablets (SCP-1642): A collection of 500 mg chewable colorful tablets which when ingested would temporarily transform its consumers into their teenagehood regardless of age. However, if consumers take too much of these tablets then they would also receive various physical and mental illnesses associated with the age until going into a coma due to brain damage. If pregnant women took these tablets, then their fetuses would also be affected, prematurely transforming into teenagers and rupturing from their mothers before returning to normal and dying.
  • Dr. Wondertainment’s Little Big-Banger (SCP-1696): A one meter cube composed of an unknow material, and a remote-like device which allows the owner to create a miniature copy of the universe and manipulate it as they wish. It originated as an upgrade to a previous Wondertainment product known as Dr. Wondertainment’s Universe-in-a-Box, and is also included with Dr. Wondertainment's Hyper-Zoom Glasses which allowed users to observe the newly created universe with more detail.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Zero-Gee-Whiz! Moon Rocks (SCP-1916): A pack of candies resembling jawbreakers or gobstoppers which when consumed causes the consumer's weight to either increase or decrease depending on candy, and the effects gravity has on them would alter, often allowing the consumer to leave Earth's gravitational field.
    • MARTIAN CHERRY (SCP-1916-1): Colored bright red.
    • VENUSIAN BERRY (SCP-1916-2): Colored a light beige with whitish streaks.
    • LUNAR LIME (SCP-1916-3): Colored white with darker sections resembling the moon.
    • JOVIAN JELLY (SCP-1916-4): Possessed horizontal orange and white streaks and several white and red spots with one large red spot.
    • OUTER SPACE STRAWBERRY (SCP-1916-5): Colored black.
    • PLANET X (SCP-1916-6): Colored black with a white question mark.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Amaze-O Dive Tank (SCP-1938): An aquarium equipped with necessary equipment for fish to live. If an adolescent person submerges a part of their body into the aquarium, they be transported inside the aquarium and transformed into which allowed them to interact with the fish.
    • Ocean-Buddies (SCP-1938-1): The "fish" inhabiting the aquarium. They don't resemble any known aquatic life, although their observed behavior is similar to that of clown loaches, and when water is drained they disappear only to reappear once the aquarium is refilled. When a user gets transported inside the aquarium they find that the fish are intelligent and have their own utopian civilization and are very friendly to the user, although this behavior doesn't match with that observed outside of the aquarium.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Infinite Fun-Book (SCP-1997): A seemingly endless activity book with educational activities in which some contain content that makes no sense. Such activities include:
    • SCP-1997-3: A "Spot The Differences!" puzzle featuring an alien landscape. (Completed)
    • SCP-1997-28: Connecting Apollo astronauts to their respective missions. (Completed Incorrectly)
    • SCP-1997-112: A crossword puzzle measuring 2m x 2m (approx. 6.5 ft. x 6.5 ft.). (Partially Completed)
    • SCP-1997-365: Unscrambling the names of 13 planets. These include the planets in our solar system as well as ones outside of it. (Incomplete)
    • SCP-1997-874: A cryptogram message from "Commander Nova" containing 1987 characters that has yet to be deciphered by Foundation personnel. (Incomplete)
    • SCP-1997-1038: Connecting over 25,000 dots to draw engineering schematics for a Mars lander that matches no known prototype. (Incomplete)
  • Dr Wondertainment's Ultralicious Chicken Noodle Soup For Kids! (SCP-2057): A set of cans of condensed chicken noodle soup. It is filled with condensed chicken broth and an egg-shaped mass made of egg noodles. When hot water is added, the mass would "hatch" a chicken made of egg noodles, carrot, celery, onion, and cooked chicken breast and will grow until eating all of the broth. The "chicken" will remain alive as long as the temperature is between 35°C and 70°C or until someone eats it.
  • SCP Foundation Containment Site Playset (SCP-2228): A playset which contains figurines of various Foundation personnel along with a buildable containment area which can grant any random object temporary anomalous properties while interacting with the rest of the set.
  • SCP-2356: A red metallic rod that can transform inorganic objects into toys, which can reverted back, and food into fruits cut and placed in stylistic imagery. The rod can mostly be used by depressed children, although adults can also from time to time use it. It was created by a Dr. Wondertainment employer named Mr. Sharp who intended to make it a Wondertainment product before gifting it to his terminally ill son.
  • WonderShipping (SCP-2445): A normal truck which has been modified by Wondertainment to help transport and spread their products.
    • SCP-2445-1: A modified engine which produces more power than that of a normal one and directly connects to SCP-2445-2.
    • SCP-2445-2: A black metallic cube placed between the driver's and passenger's seat which appears to be the main source of the truck's anomaly. This device is connected to a control touchscreen which displays the word WonderVision and offers the driver options which can cause a variety of anomalous actions such time manipulation, tracking, invisibility, and teleportation of Wondertainment products.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Make-the-Tears-Go-Away Pony (SCP-2514): A horse which only feeds on sugar and will occasionally expel lit pyrotechnic stars while emitting an altered version of the song "Happy Birthday to You" at a high volume addressed to Jeremy Huertes, Isabel's biological brother. People who listen to the song will experience intrusive thoughts of joyful memories, and a strong compulsion to smile, but despite this they will feel extreme discomfort. If exposed for more than four times to the horse people will develop various medical complications. If people near it die from various circumstances they will temporarily be brought back to life and surround the horse before trying to comfort Jeremy. It was created by Isabel Wondertainment after Jeremy was diagnosed with cancer.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Projector Fantastico! (SCP-2757): A vintage movie projector which possesses a hand crank on one side that once wound tem times would cause a detent connected to it to release the escapement, but because the detent often came loose it is regularly replaced. When a Wonder-Reel is inserted inside it and is played then the projector would convert the entire room and subjects present into cartoon-like reality resembling the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes film shorts. Living subjects converted into cartoons would also gain cartoonish properties, somewhat defying the laws of physics and the animals gained sentience.
    • Wonder-Reel (SCP-2757-1): Film reels that depicted various environments which include: The Mystery of the Missing Crown, Quest for the Golden Bird of Harmony, Sword of the Ruby Kingdom, Tales of Brefer Wood, The Valiant Crusaders, and Professor Abnormal's 101 Experiments.
  • Judy's Choco-Wonder Explosion Marshmallow Bites! (SCP-2983): A brand of marshmallow cereals that possess high levels of nutrients and low levels of sugar, fat, and carbohydrates, contradicting the listed ingredients. When milk is poured into a bowl filled with the cereal, the marshmallows would temporarily animate and sing song typically about the importance of proper health. Following the success of the product, Dr. Wondertainment released other cereal-based products, along with prizes which customers could win by inputting a code into the vendor page.
  • Scarf (SCP-2991): An old sapient scarf capable of stretching itself created to cuddle its owners. Apparently Dr. Wondertainment didn't intent to make it a product to sell it as after the Foundation acquired it the company requested that Scarf to be returned to them unharmed.
  • THE FOUNDATION (SCP-3301): A silver box containing a board game of variable size and shape that always contains a smaller silver box of similar appearance to the larger one containing the game. The game appears to be based off of the SCP Foundation itself, and the rules suggest it resembles that of a role-playing game.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Inflatable Invasion! (SCP-3551): A line of inflatable toys sold together. Once inflated the products cannot deflate anymore due to the plug sealing itself. The material comprising the products are resilient to piercing but vulnerable to heat.
    • Invaders (SCP-3551-1): Balloons appearing as colorful grey aliens which become sapient upon getting inflated and wish to take over Earth and humanity but due their nature they are incompetent and harmless.
    • Laser Blasters (SCP-3551-2): Inflatable toy guns resembling laser weapons from science-fiction and possess LED lights that emit a red harmless laser.
    • UFO Flyers (SCP'3551-3): Balloons resembling flying saucers that also possess bit of intelligence and at night would actively their LED lights, while preferring not to interact with SCP-3551-1 due to the latters attempting to board them.
  • WALTER THE MUSICAL JOLLY APE (SCP-3879): A mechanically-altered gorilla with the purpose to act as a attraction bringing joy. However, it's the only surviving member of its line and was mistreated by the previous head of Wondertainment, causing the gorilla to develop depression. After Holly Light became the new president of Dr. Wondertainment she gave the poor gorilla to Wilson's Wildlife Solutions in order to help it move on and live a more happy life.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Take-You-Anywhere Machine (SCP-3938): A living intelligent kids bicycle with a cartoon face which can inform its users about geography and landmarks and transport said users to any place at needed speed or via flight while leaving behind a trail of flames and playing on its speakers either "Speed Demon" by Michael Jackson or "Bat Out Of Hell" by Meat Loaf.
  • Wondertainment Whacky Halloween Fun Masks (SCP-3992): A set of Halloween masks which when worn by anomalous individuals with abnormal appearance will change the wearer's body into that of a human adolescent of varying gender wearing a costume which corresponds to the mask's motif. It was created by Dr. Wondertainment to allow such individuals to participate in Halloween and blend with normal humans.
  • PROOF OF CONCEPT- NOT FOR MANUFACTURE- R&D DEPARTMENT (SCP-4046): A microcomputer kit with a similar appearance to the Telmac 1800 series. When children between the ages of 4 and 11 input into the computer what they want to become when they grow up they go unconscious and dream a life working in their chosen profession before waking up.
  • The Maze 2: The Game (SCP-4390): A pocket-dimension which can be accessed through a walk-in fridge inside the basement of a restaurant on the west side of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. This pocket-dimension contains a massive labyrinth with shifting walls which are completely covered by fabricated vegetation and inhabited by fabricated animals. The labyrinth served as a massive game since it contained intelligent entities which could manipulate the labyrinth to make the players' experience much harder, and if a person dies their spirit can help other players to win the game at which they would be brought back to life. It was created as a competing game to SCP-3301 by Isabel's cousin Yancy who after being refused the post as director of the company went to create a knock-off company named Professor Amazementopia.
  • Wonderman (SCP-4640-3): A superhero-like entity created by eleven year old boy named Andrew Feeks from his imagination using an anomalous pin of Wondertainment origin. The entity's sole purpose is to protect Andrew from danger perceived by the boy and would use its own amnestic to make Andrew forget various traumas.
  • My Unicorn Friend (SCP-4714): An unknown number of unicorn plushies made out of real unicorn hair for young girls. They were created by Isabel after she and Chaz Ambrose killed an individual named Sal after he failed to provide them real unicorn material of quality. If girls who matched the appearance of Sal's deceased daughter said the phrase "I want to play with the unicorns, too!" while holding an instance of SCP-4714 they would be transported to Sal's ranch where he kept his unicorns.
  • Christmas Carl by Dr. Wondertainment (SCP-4745): A plastic snowman which only activates when a top hat is put on it. When it is activated, it will decorate the room it is in with Halloween-themed decorations. However, when left activated for too long it will manifest more mature decorations, eventually manifesting "decorations" made out of real human flesh, disembodied voices and creating pocket dimensions filled with graveyards.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Pixel Buddies (SCP-4876): A collection of flash drives that contain AIs created through a collaboration between Dr. Wondertainment and PlugSoft. When the drives are inserted into a computer the AIs would appear as pixelated characters and can manipulate the computer's files under the orders of the user and if a camera is connected to the computer then they could even see the user. These AIs have mostly a jovial behavior, are aware of their true nature and cannot be deleted as long as the drives are connected to the computer.
    • Sam (SCP-4876-A): An entity which appears as a green head which according to itself was supposed to look like a reptile or a snake and enjoys talking to personnel.
    • Texty (SCP-4876-B): An entity appearing only as a speech block which can tell stories at the user's request which it later writes as .pdf files and if the computer is connected to a printer could use it to print the files.
    • Terry the Cephalopod (SCP-4876-C): An entity appearing as a purple cephalopod which possesses knowledge related oceans and beaches. When present in the computer, the wallpaper would change to resemble a underwater environment and print images in black ink despite no ink cartridges being inserted into the printer.
    • Bo (SCP-4876-D): An entity appearing and behaving as a dog. When it "barks" a translation of its speech would appear beneath the text box and the user could play by selecting a pixelated bone and tennis ball.
    • Bob the Thing (SCP-4876-F): An entity appearing as q bipedal creature which according to itself was supposed to resemble a bear. It can open available drawing software for the user to make child-like drawings, but if taking requests from Bob it would produce high quality images.
    • Cubie (SCP-4876-H): An entity appearing as a simple gray square with a smiling face. Unlike its brethren, this entity was created by The Factory instead of Dr. Wondertainment which it deeply hates. Although claiming to only want to help and become friends it is highly sadistic, seeking to manipulate the user and producing lethal visual cognitohazards, and also shares the memories of other copies of itself.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Guide to History (SCP-4890): A hardcover children's pop-up book which when opened inside a room it transforms said room into an infinite purple space which can take the form of historical events as presented in the book, but the events showed by the book are often inaccurate and ridiculous.
    • Dr. Papertainment (SCP-4890-1): A small origami figurine found within the book resembling the mascot of the company. When the book is activated, the figurine will animate and grow to the size of a regular human. It is capable of manipulating the purple space and uses it to present to the user of the book historical events.
  • dr playtime kit for the kiddos (SCP-4949): A toy doctor kit created through the combined collaboration of Wondertainment and dado. This kit allows children to operate on living humans just like real doctors and always results in the child's aim.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Quantum Teaching Resources (SCP-5367): A set of three devices "For when the classical way isn't working" originally produced by The Factory:
    • THE QUANTIZER (SCP-5367-1): A toy-like pistol which convert subjects it is pointed at into various electromagnetic waves.
    • THE DIFFRACTOR (SCP-5367-2): A cube-like device which convert the room in which it is activated into a medium capable of diffracting living beings and the objects that are being interacted with, and all actions done by living beings appear to happen simultaneously.
    • THE ENTANGLER (SCP-5367-3): A rectangular device which causes the minds and bodies of subjects who walk underneath it to become cognitively entangled.
  • DR. WONDERTAINMENT'S ACOUSTICALLY ASTOUNDING AIR BAND! (SCP-6084): A line of invisible toy musical instruments made out of air which do not require an outside source to function.
    • MELODIOUSLY MASKED MIC! (SCP-6084-1): A wireless microphone, an adjustable microphone stand, and a pair of wireless speakers.
    • AWESOMETASTIC AIR GUITAR! (SCP-6084-2): An electric guitar with an amplifier.
    • ULTRASONIC UNSEEN BASS! (SCP-6084-3): An electric bass with the same equipment as the guitar.
    • UNDENYABLY UNOBSERVABLE DRUM SET! (SCP-6084-4): A complete drum kit.
  • Dr. Wondertainment’s Dream Gummies! (SCP-6197): Forty eight purple gummy candies stored in a plastic pill jar. When consumed by someone that person would shortly fall to sleep and experience a lucid dream (SCP-6197-2) in which they take the identity of a random person in place looking almost exactly with the real world with notable differences.
  • The Amazing Alternative Animal (SCP-6314): A line similar to the Little Misters line comprised of animals which also exhibit anomalous properties:
    • Carlos the Cool Capybara (SCP-6314-C): A capybara which constantly keeps temperature around itself at 21.1°C no matter the conditions.
    • Einstein the Enlightened Echinoderm (SCP-6314-E): A possible sapient echinoderm named Einstein with possible ties to Fifthism.
    • Ferdinand the Fancy Fish (SCP-6314-F): A normal fish with the head of a human who was later revealed to be Mr. Fish.
    • Hubert the Hilarious Humuhumunukunukuapua’a: A fish-like creature which makes people who talk about it to always refer to it as a "humuhumunukunukuapua'a".
    • Ignacio the Incredible Iguana (SCP-6314-I): An iguana which can perform various tricks such acrobatics, dancing and singing, but is reluctant to perform to a large audience due to stage fright.
    • Jerome the Jolly Jellyfish (SCP-6314-J): A non-dangerous moon jellyfish with a smiley face imprinted on its bell.
    • Kristen the Kindly Kinkajou (SCP-6314-K): An intelligent kinkajou which enjoys cuddling and is very friendly and polite.
    • Liv the Literate Loris (SCP-6314-L): A loris which like Melanie is also a member of the Serpent's Hand.
    • Melanie the Manly Moose (SCP-6314-M): A humanoid moose who is a member of the Serpent's Nest, the leaders of the Serpent's Hand.
    • Napoleon the Neat Newt (SCP-6314-N): A Kaiser's mountain newt which when held and ordered by a human to clean their room, he would use his telekinetic powers to do so.
    • Octavian the Outstanding Owl (SCP-6314-O): An elf owl which when asked by his owner to finish their school homework, would gain the needed knowledge to do so but immediately forgot that knowledge upon finishing it.
    • Percival the Preposterous Pangolin (SCP-6314-P): A pangolin which has the antimemetic effect of being completely ignored and not being remembered by anyone.
    • Quincy the Quaint Quagga (SCP-6314-Q): A domesticated quagga.
    • robert the rich rodent (SCP-6314-R): dado's guinea pig which besides acting as his pet also acts as his business partner.
    • Sammy the Superfluous Serpent (SCP-4225, SCP-6314-S): A sentient colorful snake capable of human speech. When someone tries to converse with him, they can only speak using words which start with "s" or soft "c".
    • Tyrone the Totally Tubular Tamandua (SCP-6314-T): A southern tamandua which can manipulate bodies of water and its surfboard to do surfing tricks, and speaks in a Southern California accent.
    • Vivian the Vocal Viper (SCP-6314-V): A female snake resembling Sammy, possessed properties similar to him but for the letter "v" and was hostile to authoritarian figures. She is currently uncontained by the Foundation and she was only seen alongside Sammy in a photo of Sammy produced by SCP-978.
    • Wilhelm the Wise Whelk (SCP-6314-W): A vacant shell of a sea snail which when asked a question it would reply in an elderly male voice an appropriate and useful advice.
    • [DATA X-SPONGED] (SCP-1459-J): A species of sponges with the appearance of an "x". When they are brushed over words, they absorb the words and leave behind blank spots.
    • Yancy the Yeatsian Yak (SCP-6314-Y): A domesticated and intelligent yak which had memorized all of the work written by W. B. Yeats, including unpublished and mundane scripts.
  • Bubbly Bobby (SCP-6868): An animate and sentient purple rubber duck toy which can transmute any liquid into purified water and pink edible soap bubbles, but since its property also affects the blood of people who touch it without protection the toy has developed haphephobia. The bubbles created then proceed to take the shapes of various types of ships, submarines, and airplanes which begin working similarly to the real ones and taste like strawberry.
  • A Foundation First Readers Book (SCP-009-J): A children's book filled with images some of which depict several SCPs with the captions asking the reader where SCP-009-J is before stating that SCP-009-J is in fact the reader.
  • A VILE Machine (SCP-V1l3-J): A slot machine which produces romantic stories with two SCPs or Foundation personnel randomly selected by the machine.
  • A PULPy Machine (SCP-PU1P-J): A slot machine which produces "pulp magazine" revolving around an SCP randomly selected by the machine.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Significant Minifigures! (8Y9D5/2X4H7/S89M2): Living minifigures resembling Lego minifigures, which can build various things, play with children and write bedtime stories. However, they would behave disturbingly, which caused MC&D to change the description of the product into making their customers think that the figures behave accordingly to their owners' wishes, shifting the blame to the children.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Wonderland chocolate bank of true sweetness (SCP-003-INT): A package depicting the two creators, each designated SCP-003-INT-A and SCP-003-INT-B, filled with chocolates created through the collaboration with fellow anomalous company named "Das Wunderkabinett". Most of the time the box is empty due to not being the right time to eat. When the time is right 1 to 12 pralines, designated SCP-003-INT-P, manifest inside the box and when a child eats one their biggest wish will come true.
  • Doctor Wondertainment's Shooty Man's Vengeance: A mundane game part of a non-anomalous toy line created by Dr. Wondertainment following the end of the anomalous world.
  • Introducing Dr. Wondertainment's Mr. Motion!: A toy figurine capable of multiple grip action and unique high-voltage pseudo-transmogrification which could be activated by twisting the figure's shoes. However, following the end of the anomalous world, the toy lost its paranormal features, causing it to easily fall apart.
  • How to Make Your Friends Possessed!: An Ouija board and accompanying ritual which could be used to talk to spirits and demons half of the time, while in the case there was no spectral entity it manipulated the planchette to form random words. However, it also causes people playing with it to become possessed by the entities which can leave mental damage into them as this what happened to D-2034, Julio Martinez.
  • Dr. Wondertainment’s Interdimensional Line and Lure: A long pink fiberglass fishing rod used to catch various things between dimensions and universes. It was given to Calvin Lucien by Adam Bright so he could go after O5-5/The Blackbird, and was later obtained by the Black Queen who returned it to Calvin in order to help him fight MTF Tau-5 and O5-3/The Kid.
  • Dr. Wondertainment's Spider Party: Eighty thousand spider legs which can activate when water is added to them. They contain lethal spider venom that can cause serious damage to reckless customers and may also cause spideritis, spiderosis, or spidermania. This product was one of the many sponsors for Dr. Jack Bright's "A Keter Kinda Christmas" show.
  • The Streamliner: A movie developed by Isabel depicting SCP-4455 fighting SCP-777-J which would have kicked off the "Wondertainment Cinematic Universe". However, the movie was left unfinished and abandoned after the investors and the executive turned down the idea due to various complications.
  • Doctor Wondertainment Fantastic Wonderbirds!: A group of robotic birds which can be used as walkie-talkies over long distances, can produce eggs to create more instances and only work when unwrapped candies is inserted inside their "battery slot". This product failed to resonate with the intended target group, so it was given to the Manna Charitable Foundation to help them in their work.
  • Jeremy the Corgi in Adventures in Capitalism: A children's book which appears to have been based on Isabel Wondertainment's adventures. The book was seen alongside other books in the basement of Sloth's Pit's Public Library by Malcolm Guillard and Dr. Tristan Bailey.
  • Doctor Wondertainment’s Causta Cola: A special energy drink that helped purge The Factory's rust from the drinker's body.
  • Doctor Wondertainment’s Hyper Fun Sun Gun: One of the seven prototypes created by Isabel Wondertainment while working for The Factory in her previous incarnation as Reginald Wondertainment, made of a metal that defies physics from a universe that doesn't exist anymore and a focusing crystal which was grown from cane sugar.
  • Li'l Lollipop's Little Lollipop: A three-foot-long lollipop with an instance of SCP-3277, lacquered magical wooden walking sticks. The candy part was a bright, sparkling, faintly luminescent pink while bearing the Wondertainment's logo and was made of alchemically enhanced saccharose infused with Isabel's power. Li'l Lollipop could channel her own powers through it and use it for defense or attack. This weapon also came with a swirl lollipop shield made out of the leftovers and could attract all projectiles towards itself. After giving it to Lolly, Isabel proceeded to produce smaller lollipop hammers that could temporarily animate toys, turn water into sugar drinks and change the colors of clothing, and would be distributed via the Circus of the Disquieting during Lolly's performances.
  • Wondertron Prime: A forty-foot tall robot equipped with a Gatling gun, a hydraulic claw, an electro-thaumic laser visor, shoulder-mounted rocket launchers, and a nuclear reactor inside its chest. It was built by Reginald during WWII to fight off the Obskurakorps, but later fell into the possession of the Soviets. Isabel would later use it to test Li'l Lollipop's Little Lollipop, resulting in its destruction.
  • CapsulePet: Also known as Cappi, this product is a living lizard-like creature which was born from a big egg. She possessed the ability to grow to a immense when bathing in water, but despite being a giant lizard she is actually quite gentle. She is currently contained by Wilson's Wildlife Solutions.

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  • It appears that the concept of Dr. Wondertainment was based on the idea of Willy Wonka.
  • The SCP Foundation formed a special department dedicated to solely study products of Dr. Wondertainment. This department was known as GoI-386 Research & Investigation Department with Dr. Justine Everwood acting as its director.
  • In the "Broken Masquerade" canon in which the anomalies and the GoIs became public knowledge, as people were getting hurt from Dr. Wondertainment's anomalous products the company was forced to recall most of their products and assured the public that they would create more child-friendly toys.
  • In "The 12 Days of Site 87's Christmas", when Dr. Sinclair questioned a Krampus which she had summoned about St. Nicholas, the creature informed her of what it knew about him, and implied that Nicholas may have had some relation with Wondertainment.
  • In the universe of SCP-6001 where the Compendium, a benevolent amalgam organization of different GoIs, took over the world and declared worldwide peace with all anomalies, Dr. Wondertainment was part of the Charity which was also comprised by the Manna Charitable Foundation and was one of the GoIs that made up the Compendium.
  • Amazing! Co. from the RPC Authority Wiki is clearly based off Dr. Wondertainment.

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