|Winslow P. Schott|
|Citizen of the United States with a criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Normal human with skills as a toy and weapons maker.|
|Various devices used for criminal endeavors disguised as toys.|
Adventures of Superman
Robin Vol. 2
Superman Vol. 1
World's Finest Comics Vol. 1
|Action Comics #64 (Sept. 1943)|
|Don Cameron & Ed Dobrotka|
Even as a small boy, Winslow P. Schott showed talents as a toymaker when he made his first toy: a balsa-wood airplane, painted red and blue. A neighbor boy bullied and stole Schott's toy, an act which had a profound effect on the young toymaker and may have embittered him to use his toys for crime as an adult.
His first scheme involved an army of life-size toy soldiers which fired knockout gas into a bank enabling Schott to loot the financial institution as the Toyman.