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    Winn Schott (Earth-38)

    Man, I was Cat Grant's I.T. guy, can you believe? And then you two walk in and suddenly change everything. There I was, fighting bad guys and making some super suits.
    — Winn Schott to the Super Friends[src]

    Winslow "Schott" Schott Jr. is a technician at CatCo Worldwide Media and a close friend of both reporters Kara Danvers and James Olsen. Schott eventually discovered Danvers' identity as Supergirl and joined the Super Friends as the team's tech support. He was then known as the Computer Lad, a Legionnnaire in the 31st century and replacing the position of Querl Dox. After traveling back in time and capturing his rogue doppelgänger, Schott succeeded his reformed father's mantle of Toyman and returned to the 31st century.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

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    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Truth, Justice and the American Way[edit | hide]

    Back from the Future[edit | hide]

    Toymen[edit | hide]

    Goodbyes[edit | hide]

    History Books[edit | hide]

    The Wedding[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    • Legion Ring Capabilities: As a Legionnaire, Schott was given a Legion Ring with multiple functions with upgrades given by Nura Nal.[1]
      • Oneiric Energy Manipulation: Schott's Legion Ring was powered with the Oneiric Energy from the Dreaming, allowing him to battle and protect himself on the field.[1]
        • Oneiric Energy Blasts: Schott is able to create a strong concussive energy blast out of the Legion Ring.[1]
        • Oneiric Energy Projections: With full concentration, Schott has the ability to project a construction of anything he could think of, including a shield which he used to protect himself from an explosion.[1]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Genius-level Intellect: Schott served as the Super Friends' technological support for years before joining the Legion. Despite the futuristic technology being an obstacle to him settling in the 31st century, Schott was able to adapt quickly and assist the team in multiple occasions, eventually bringing the knowledge of the future back to the past to assist his friends.[1]
      • Engineering: Schott was able to charge the Legion Ring with Nura Nal's Oneiric Energy and upgrade the gadget, which allowed him to join the Legion in the field.[1]
    • Hand-to-Hand Combat: Schott was shown to be familiar with martial arts and capable of defending himself from threats way more powerful than an average human.[1]
    • Pilot: Schott was able to pilot the Legion Cruiser and assist the Legion in battles.[2]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Current Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Legion Suit: Like other Legionnaires, Schott wears a custom-made protective suit with a blue domino mask to conceal his identity as Computer Lad and later, Toyman.[1]
    • Legion Ring: As a Legionnaire, Schott was given the Legion Ring and is able to use it on several occasions.[3]
    • Glasses: To conceal his identity as Winn Schott and Toyman, Schott began wearing a pair of glasses to operate as Marty among humans who mistook him to be his rogue doppelgänger after the latter destroyed his reputation.[1]

    List of Works[edit | hide]

    • Supergirl Suit: Schott designed and made the first protective suit for Kara Danvers, with the suit being one of the most notable appearances of her and remain to be a famous design to millions of people.
    • Guardian Suit: To assist James Olsen's vigilante campaign, Schott created a durable protective suit for Olsen and concealed his identity. The majority of the suit was later redesigned by Querl Dox to fit Olsen's sister, Kelly.

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Pilot Appears
    Stronger Together Appears
    Fight or Flight Appears
    Livewire Appears
    How Does She Do It? Appears
    Red Faced Appears
    Human for a Day Appears
    Hostile Takeover Appears
    Blood Bonds Appears
    Childish Things Appears
    Strange Visitor from Another Planet Appears
    Bizarro Appears
    Sistery Mystery Appears
    For the Girl Who Has Everything Appears
    Truth, Justice and the American Way Appears
    Solitude Appears
    The Strange Case of the Smiling Computer Appears
    Falling Appears
    Attack Edge! Appears
    Manhunter Appears
    Worlds Finest Appears
    Nightmares on El Street Mentioned
    Myriad Appears
    Better Angels Appears
    Sistery Mystery (Reprise) Mentioned
    Who Is Facet? Mentioned
    Pieces Mentioned
    Breaking Point Appears
    The Adventures of Supergirl Appears
    The Last Children of Krypton Appears
    Welcome to Earth Appears
    Survivors Appears
    Crossfire Appears
    Changing Appears
    The Darkest Place Appears
    Medusa Appears
    Supergirl Lives Appears
    We Can Be Heroes Appears
    The Martian Chronicles Appears
    Luthors Appears
    Mr. & Mrs. Mxyzptlk Appears
    Homecoming Appears
    Exodus Appears
    Star-Crossed Appears
    Duet Mentioned
    Distant Sun Appears
    Ace Reporter Appears
    Alex Appears
    City of Lost Children Appears
    Resist Appears
    Nevertheless, She Persisted Appears
    Girl of Steel Appears
    Triggers Appears
    Far from the Tree Appears
    The Faithful Appears
    Damage Appears
    Wake Up Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1 Appears
    Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3 Mentioned
    Reign Appears
    Legion of Super-Heroes Appears
    Fort Rozz Appears
    For Good Appears
    Both Sides Now Appears
    Schott Through the Heart Appears
    In Search of Lost Time Appears
    Of Two Minds Appears
    Trinity Appears
    Shelter from the Storm Appears
    The Fanatical Appears
    Dark Side of the Moon Appears
    Not Kansas Appears
    Make It Reign Appears
    Battles Lost and Won Appears
    American Alien Mentioned
    Man of Steel Mentioned
    Menagerie Mentioned
    Back from the Future: Part One Appears
    Back from the Future: Part Two Appears
    It's a Super Life Appears
    Truth or Consequences Phone Call
    Kara Appears

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]

    Other versions of Winn Schott
    Original Multiverse

    Earth: UE-41

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