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Baron, nicknamed Technocrat by the A.S.A., or T.C. for short, is a meta-human resident in Freeland who joined Black Lightning's team.

Biography


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Early life

Barron was a meta-human that was placed into a pod by the A.S.A. However, upon escaping, he went into hiding only to be found by Peter Gambi.[1]

Due to the Anti-Monitor Crisis, Barron, alongside Earth-TUD5, was likely wiped out by antimatter.[2]

A.S.A.

He later searched for Gambi whilst the A.S.A. were going door-to-door to search for meta-humans and, after finding him, learned of Gambi's affiliation with Black Lightning and Thunder. However, after a meaningful conversation about his powers and its effect on his humanity, Barron found himself overloaded and collapsed, leaving Gambi to find someone to aid him.[3]

After Lynn Stewart provided a dose of the meta stabilization cure to Gambi, Barron reawakens and asks Gambi why he's helping him and is told that he reminds him of someone. Jefferson then arrives at the bunker and greets Barron. Later on, after resting, Barron tells Gambi about what he learned from the bitcoin transaction and reveals that it was Lady Eve behind the assassination attempt on Gambi.[4]

Barron then aided in saving Khalil Payne by hacking into the Painkiller chip in his brain. However, upon entering the chip, Barron found himself attacked by Painkiller and was quick to escape, leaving him shaken. After Gambi converses with Jennifer Pierce, Barron realises that they require a firewall in order to separate the Painkiller system from Khalil. With the help of Jennifer's powers, Barron is able to trap Painkiller, allowing Khalil to freely take control of his brain and reawaken. Later on, Barron joins the team assembled by Sara Grey and Black Lightning. During this time, Jennifer and Brandon voice their concerns of Khalil not waking up, prompting Barron to hypothesise that Khalil may not be strong enough to escape Painkiller's control. He then decides to re-enter the chip on Jennifer's behest in order to locate Khalil and convince him to wake up. Despite finding him, though, Khalil refuses to leave, forcing an unsuccessful Barron to retreat and inform the group. Jennifer then suggests that she turn herself into a living electrical current into to join Barron in freeing Khalil. After once again finding Khalil, the two succeed in convincing Khalil to leave, allowing him to finally awaken.[5]

Personality

Barron is a fearful yet kind person who is willing to help others. Although, despite this, he feels more connected to technology and often spends more time talking to various systems instead of actual humans. This would eventually take a toll on him once he collapsed from overusing his powers, prompting Gambi to remind him to talk to 'real people' in order to retain his humanity.

Powers and abilities

Powers

  • Meta-human physiology: Due to being a meta-human, Barron has special abilities involving any piece of technology.
    • Technopathy: Barron's unique power to communicate with technology allows him to manipulate and control various technological devices and systems,
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      Barron glowing eyes.

      such as computers or even electronically controlled doors.
    • Eye transformation: Whilst communicating with technology, Barron's eyes change either green or blue depending on what system he's communicating with.
    • Teleportation: Barron is able to mentally enter systems, especially ones with biological factors such as implants.

Appearances

Black Lightning

Season 3

Behind the scenes

  • In the comics, Geoffrey Barron, also known as Technocrat, is a superhero and a member of the Outsiders.

References

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