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  • Toyman is a legacy name used by several characters, primarily enemies of Superman in Metropolis. Designing numerous deadly toys as weaponry, he is a sociopathic mechanical genius. His heroic counterpart is a Japanese teenager named Hiro Okamura. He has been involved with the Injustice League, Legion of Doom, Secret Society of Super-Villains and Superman Revenge Squad. There have been several other versions, although it has been implied that some of them were life-like robots created by the original and good enough to fool Superman. There have also been several similar or related characters such as Dollmaker, Toyboy, Toymaker, and Toymaster. Toyman was created by Don Cameron and Ed Dobrotka, first appearing in Action Comics #64 (1943).
  • Toyman (real name Jack Nimball) constantly opposes Batman and Robin. He uses all sorts of toys as his machinations for committing crimes. Little else is known about this version of Toyman, who is based more around the campier Batman villains than the Superman villains of mainstream DC Comics continuity.
  • The Toyman (real name: Winslow Schott) is a Superman villain who has an obsession with toys.
  • The Toyman is a villain of the DC Universe and is primarily an enemy of the superhero Superman. Though there have been many incarnations of the character, a common thread between them all is that they possess a genius intellect for creating all sorts of inventions (most of which are dangerous) and an obsession with toys. One version even briefly became an ally of Superman, building him a robot to fly into space to destroy a meteor heading for Earth.
  • Toyman is a member of the Legion of Doom who uses deadly toys to plague his enemy, Superman, as well as the other members of the Justice League. This jester-like incarnation is believed to be Jack Nimball rather than the more well-known Winslow Schott originator. Toyman's favorite book is Jack and the Beanstalk. __TOC__
  • Winslow P. Schott was only a small boy when he made his first toy, a balsa-wood airplane painted blue and red. Another boy stole the plane, an act that had a profound effect on Winslow and may have ultimately driven him to use toys to rob others. When he grew up, Schott created some of the most amazing toys ever conceived, for which he received widepread acclaim. However, LexCorp's acquisition of Schott's toy company left him jobless and burning for revenge against LexCorp's owner, Lex Luthor.
  • Toyman, also known as Winslow Schott, is one of Superman's enemies. His gimmick is that all his weapons look like toys. The Toyman is also a skilled robotics engineer, having built numerous robots, some of which even stood in for Toyman himself. The second Toyman was a man named Jack Nimball, for a brief period in the 1970s. However, Schott soon killed him and resumed his career as Toyman. Toyman was slightly softer in Lois & Clark, creating Space Rats to destroy Christmas & make a lot of money, although after visiting an orphanage he changed his ways.
  • Toyman, or Winslow Schott, is a Superman villian who uses toy-based or toy-themed devices and gimmicks in his various crimes. At the behest of Oracle, Stephanie investigated Toyman's warehouse to discover he was holding and torturing the Kryptonite Man. She met up with Catwoman who hoped to collect Kryptonite Man for The Penguin. Toyman's robot, who Steph dubbed "Toyboy" snuck up on the two women and overwhelmed them. Stephanie was subdued by multiple miniature robotic superheroes, and Catwoman was tasered by the robot himself. Toyboy dropped the two women into the Gotham river in a crate, leaving them to drown.
  • The Toyman is the name of three comic book supervillains and one adolescent superhero in the DC Comics universe. They mostly appear in Superman stories. The first Toyman appeared in Action Comics #64 (September 1943). His real name is Winslow Schott.
  • Toyman's father, Winslow Schott, was a kindly toymaker, who dreamed of building a magnificent toy factory. Bruno Mannheim approached Schott and offered to finance the factory, which he accepted. However, the factory became the front for a numbers racket. After the racket was exposed, Schott was arrested and imprisoned, while Mannheim was suspected, but never charged with a crime. Schott later died in prison. His young son, Winslow Jr., was left on his own, and spent several years in foster homes.
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  • Countless Lethal or Dangerous Toys
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  • The Superman Revenge Squad, The Society, the Injustice League, Super Foes
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  • Winslow Schott
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  • Don Cameron, Ed Dobrotka
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  • Don Cameron
  • Ed Dobrotka
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  • Toyman
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  • Toyman
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  • The Toyman. Art by Jesus Merino.
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  • Action Comics #64
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  • Genius inventor
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  • see [[#In other media
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  • Winslow Schott
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  • Mechanical genius manifests in the form of many violent, destructive, and dangerous toys.
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  • Action Comics #64
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  • Toyman is a legacy name used by several characters, primarily enemies of Superman in Metropolis. Designing numerous deadly toys as weaponry, he is a sociopathic mechanical genius. His heroic counterpart is a Japanese teenager named Hiro Okamura. He has been involved with the Injustice League, Legion of Doom, Secret Society of Super-Villains and Superman Revenge Squad. There have been several other versions, although it has been implied that some of them were life-like robots created by the original and good enough to fool Superman. There have also been several similar or related characters such as Dollmaker, Toyboy, Toymaker, and Toymaster. Toyman was created by Don Cameron and Ed Dobrotka, first appearing in Action Comics #64 (1943).
  • Toyman's father, Winslow Schott, was a kindly toymaker, who dreamed of building a magnificent toy factory. Bruno Mannheim approached Schott and offered to finance the factory, which he accepted. However, the factory became the front for a numbers racket. After the racket was exposed, Schott was arrested and imprisoned, while Mannheim was suspected, but never charged with a crime. Schott later died in prison. His young son, Winslow Jr., was left on his own, and spent several years in foster homes. When he reached adulthood, Winslow Jr. had become obsessed with "reclaiming" his lost childhood, and created a childlike persona for himself. He also inherited or adopted his father's mechanical talent, but the "toys" he created were also sophisticated and deadly weapons. He first appeared in Metropolis seeking vengeance against Mannheim, who had ruined his and his father's lives. When Lois Lane wrote an unflattering description of him in an article about mysterious attacks on Mannheim, Toyman kidnapped her and explained his story to her, wanting her to bear witness when he executed Mannheim. Superman appeared and saved them both, but Toyman escaped in the explosion that destroyed his hideout. At some point, he created a sophisticated android named Darci to be his companion. He had programmed her to be lifelike, and implanted a fail-safe which prevented her from harming him. Toyman ordered Darci to capture Static's friend Daisy so she could be Darci's new body. After Superman and Static confronted Toyman, she betrayed Toyman, but the fail-safe caused her to self-destruct. Her body melted, and Toyman was taken to jail. Toyman later became a member of the Superman Revenge Squad, and created a giant robot equipped with a disintegrator beam that had the unexpected effect of sending Superman into the future. In a rage, Wonder Woman nearly killed Toyman, but the Flash managed to stop her. Toyman later joined the Legion of Doom, controlled first by Grodd and later by Lex Luthor. When Grodd escaped his bonds and incited a mutiny against Luthor, Toyman decided to side with Luthor and held his own against several of the mutineers with his toys, including Killer Frost. He helped Luthor operate the machine built to resurrect Brainiac, and later joined both the Legion and the Justice League in helping to repel Darkseid's invasion of Earth. He was one of the surviving Legion members allowed a five-minute head start by Batman, and was last seen fleeing the Metro Tower.
  • Toyman (real name Jack Nimball) constantly opposes Batman and Robin. He uses all sorts of toys as his machinations for committing crimes. Little else is known about this version of Toyman, who is based more around the campier Batman villains than the Superman villains of mainstream DC Comics continuity.
  • The Toyman (real name: Winslow Schott) is a Superman villain who has an obsession with toys.
  • Toyman, or Winslow Schott, is a Superman villian who uses toy-based or toy-themed devices and gimmicks in his various crimes. At the behest of Oracle, Stephanie investigated Toyman's warehouse to discover he was holding and torturing the Kryptonite Man. She met up with Catwoman who hoped to collect Kryptonite Man for The Penguin. Toyman's robot, who Steph dubbed "Toyboy" snuck up on the two women and overwhelmed them. Stephanie was subdued by multiple miniature robotic superheroes, and Catwoman was tasered by the robot himself. Toyboy dropped the two women into the Gotham river in a crate, leaving them to drown. However, Stephanie was rescued by Supergirl and the two decided to team up to take Toyman down. He once again attacked Steph with robot superheroes and Kara with Kryptonite laced robotic dinosaurs, but Stephanie held her own this time and Kara smashed Toyboy's head in. Toyman was then revealed to have teamed up with Mr. Freeze, but Stephanie disabled his weapon and lamented that Kara "took out Toyboy" because she "owed that little jerk". Toyman ran in, very distraught his robot had been broken. Yelling at the two heroes and calling them "aliens" he quickly activated his humongous composite Superman/Batman robot. It grabbed Stephanie and blasted Kara with Kryptonite. Stephanie managed to call in a "code black" (highest level threat) to Oracle before the link was severed. Oracle called in Superman and Batman. Batman made the robot drop Stephanie and Damian rescued her before she could splatter all over the ground. Together, Damian and Steph went to attack Toyman and Mr. Freeze. Toyman yelled that the children should have never gotten involved, because he "abhored violence against children" and now they were forcing him! Stephanie yelled, "Not so tough without your little toy army, are you? Give me that!" and she made a grab for his remote. This caused Toyman to drop the device and it shattered. Toyman was distraught, saying the navigation codes weren't implemented yet. When Stephanie shook him and yelled, "What are you talking about? What navigation codes? ", he revealed that the device was supposed to navigate the robot to "destroy New Krypton" and now the robot was going to detonate here. However, Superman and Batman stopped it. Later when Superman and Batman came, they found Toyman stuttering and acting strange. Stephanie said, "We didn't hit him THAT hard." It turned out the man was just another of Toyman's robots! For more about Toyman, see here.
  • The Toyman is a villain of the DC Universe and is primarily an enemy of the superhero Superman. Though there have been many incarnations of the character, a common thread between them all is that they possess a genius intellect for creating all sorts of inventions (most of which are dangerous) and an obsession with toys. One version even briefly became an ally of Superman, building him a robot to fly into space to destroy a meteor heading for Earth.
  • The Toyman is the name of three comic book supervillains and one adolescent superhero in the DC Comics universe. They mostly appear in Superman stories. The first Toyman appeared in Action Comics #64 (September 1943). His real name is Winslow Schott. The Toyman uses toy-based or toy-themed devices and gimmicks in his various crimes. The Toyman's weapons, while sometimes comical, are also very dangerous. The Toyman's creations include devices such as life-sized wind-up tanks, acid-spraying water pistols, and toy soldiers that carry real guns. The Toyman usually dresses in a flamboyant costume. The Toyman made frequent appearances in the Golden Age comics, but has appeared infrequently in Superman stories since then.
  • Winslow P. Schott was only a small boy when he made his first toy, a balsa-wood airplane painted blue and red. Another boy stole the plane, an act that had a profound effect on Winslow and may have ultimately driven him to use toys to rob others. When he grew up, Schott created some of the most amazing toys ever conceived, for which he received widepread acclaim. However, LexCorp's acquisition of Schott's toy company left him jobless and burning for revenge against LexCorp's owner, Lex Luthor. Schott's failed attempts to kill Luthor with various lethal toys eventually led to an association with Intergang and a criminal career as the Toyman.
  • Toyman is a member of the Legion of Doom who uses deadly toys to plague his enemy, Superman, as well as the other members of the Justice League. This jester-like incarnation is believed to be Jack Nimball rather than the more well-known Winslow Schott originator. Toyman's favorite book is Jack and the Beanstalk. __TOC__
  • Toyman, also known as Winslow Schott, is one of Superman's enemies. His gimmick is that all his weapons look like toys. The Toyman is also a skilled robotics engineer, having built numerous robots, some of which even stood in for Toyman himself. The second Toyman was a man named Jack Nimball, for a brief period in the 1970s. However, Schott soon killed him and resumed his career as Toyman. Toyman was slightly softer in Lois & Clark, creating Space Rats to destroy Christmas & make a lot of money, although after visiting an orphanage he changed his ways. In the 2000s, a Japanese boy named Hiro Okamura identified himself as Toyman, providing a high-tech toy-themed spaceship to Superman and Batman. This version was later revealed to be a robot created by the real Toyman, Winslow Schott. In fact, almost all of the many versions of Toyman to appear in comics over the years have been shown to be robotic toys created by Schott. Toyman also has a relative named Anton Schott, aka the Dollmaker.
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