The Toyman is a supervillain in the DC Comics universe and an enemy of Superman.He first appeared in Action Comics #64 (September 1943).Hiro Okamura was the latest Toyman, an otaku with a genius-level IQ. She would've never been able to forgive herself for doing a Parisian restaurant that was almost as snobby about its décor as it was about its cuisine. "Power Girl was staring at Hiro as hard as she could without actual lasers shooting out of her eyes when she heard it. But if we could sign him to a contract with Starrware, we'd have robots on hand to deal with any malfunctioning experiments, instead of Power Girl 'conveniently' being in the neighborhood every few days."Karen nodded to herself. It was no Disneyland, but Karen wouldn't have minded having a fastpass there. He'd already built a Composite Batman-Superman mecha that had saved the Earth from a Kryptonite asteroid, nanobots that had scoured the Earth of green-K radiation, and almost half the gadgets your average superhero nowadays relied on. Across the painfully intimate table, Hiro sat in a pint-sized tuxedo. She sent Nicco on his way—he had some relatives to visit in the area, and besides, when Hiro had reached out to her, he'd requested a private meeting. you don't want to blackmail me into taking you to a comic book store? I'm sure you're dying to show off some inventions—all you techies are. GA Prankster was a ruthless gangster with a killing streak and a taste for the absurd.
He’s forced to wipe the mind of a guard in order to escape, erasing the poor dude’s entire life, including his memories of his wife and baby.
It’s not the most compelling plotline—James seems to waffle about working so closely with his girlfriend before admitting he just wants to be out working as a photojournalist again—but I’m all for establishing Cat Co as a central hub for the main cast.
I wish Supergirl didn’t feel the need to check in on every character during every episode, but it’s certainly fun to see Lucy and Cat improbably hit it off.
But I just never cared for the look of the character. Maybe the younger generation of writers and artists (most of whom were still in their twenties) looked with suspicion on the older generation.
Whereas, the original Toyman, with his long hair, smock and spectacles is a visually interesting fellow. Much like oldman Potter in IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE is a remnant of a bygone era, while George Bailey represents a new generation.Meanwhile Alex and Hank’s decision to investigate Maxwell Lord is easily the best use of the DEO yet, mostly because it doesn’t actually involve the DEO.