in their implementation of spinning technology. Dillon adopted the alias of the Top, first using giant sized tops as weapons before himself incorporating high velocity spinning into his own fighting style. While carrying on long running duels with Earth-One's Flash by himself and alongside the Rogues Gallery of supervillains, Dillon had a secret romance with Lisa Snart the sister of fellow rogue Captain Cold. Finally, gaining temporary mental powers, he felt he finally had the edge to defeat his foe. Instead, he perished from a cerebral injury, leaving behind a grieving and vengeful girlfriend who became the Golden Glider, adopting some of his own techniques in her battles versus the Scarlet Speedster.
Swami Ymar also devised a green suit, made of metallic elements allowing him to spin at high velocity, and also employed such weaponry as spinning tops and buzz saws in his blitz of Gotham City. However, Ymar as the Spinner clashed a few times with Earth-Two's Batman and Robin along with their sometimes ally/entertainment performer Batwoman. When a few encounters lead the trio to deduce that crook Peanuts Gilson is the culprit, they learn that it was actually Ymar who framed him to cover his own misdeeds. Although the Spinner was placed out of commission, one of his tops was later employed by Professor Hugo Strange (from this encounter, wherein the Earth-One Batman suggests a course of action to disrupt the tops destructive path on Earth-Two's Gotham, its that world's Robin who states "that's just what (his) Batman did)". If there had been an Earth-One Spinner, Batman would've already known this as a definite solution, hence the Spinner tale is solely on Earth-Two.