Stilt-Man appears in 225 issues.
Armada is reputed to be the finest corporate thief there is, so much so that few people even know of his existence. He 'acquires hard to get items' for a profit using a high tech battle suit and an team of robots.
Originally a cat burglar who came into conflict with Spider-Man early in his career, he later went on to rob Hobie Brown and became the second Prowler after stealing Brown's costume and gadgets.
The original was a fictional pulp magazine vigilante
One of Spider-Man's most dangerous enemies, the electric human dynamo known as Electro has constantly been a major threat for the Amazing Spider-Man.
One of Daredevil's first enemies who eventually reformed and became one of his supporters.
Spider-Man villain with Hydrokinesis (the ability to control water), often part of teams with vendettas against the wall-crawler.
A longtime foe of Iron Man who as a criminal mastermind employed super-villains and organized criminal operations.
A french assassin.
Leap-Frog, former criminal and father of the costumed hero, Frog-Man.
Criminal with powerful Opti-Blasts that can temporarily blind a person.
There has been two persons using the name Matador.
The Stilt-Man was one of several criminals, along with the Owl, who was sent to attack the Fantastic Four while under the influence Dr. Doom's Aggression Enhancer during the super-villain 'Acts of Vengeance'. The Owl recruited the Stilt-Man as a member of the Gang of Four in his attack on the Kingpin.
Shocker is a villain who has a pair of gauntlets that, when activated by a thumb trigger, can project a concentrated blast of air that is vibrated at an intense frequency.
Synapse is former S.H.I.E.L.D agent Max Mullins who is in the employ of the Kingpin in Paris.
was one of the villains under his command during the 1985 incident.
The Tinkerer is a Marvel character with an almost superhuman gift of genius in engineering, able to invent incredible gadgets from spare parts left lying around. His genius is comparable to the Fixer.
A long-time rival of She-Hulk and wife of the Absorbing Man.
A genius chemist who invented a potent multi-polymer adhesive and immediately decided to use his invention to commit crimes. First assuming the identity of Paste-Pot Pete, he changed it to the more intimidating name of the Trapster.
Wilson Fisk's beloved wife.
Whirlwind has the mutant ability to spin his body rapidly, giving himself a whirlwind effect. He uses his power for his own gains.
A student of the mystic arts, Xandu forever seeks the Wand of Watoomb.
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