I like Stilt-Man. I know he's considered the lamest of villains by some, even by Daredevil standards, but there's always been something about this goofy villain which I found curiously interesting.
Getting tall wouldn't be all that much of an advantage in the Marvel Universe, but Stilty always seemed to bring something else to the party, most notably his shrinking ray. Here is Stilt-Man's debut story.
One thing though, is that Stilt-Man always made for a striking cover, and that's what I think kept Wilbur Day's pernicious alter-ego in the game early on. Created I suspect by Wally Wood, he's a visual spectacle. Take a peek.
When teaming with other baddies, Stilt-Man's unique perspective had to be smushed down.
Stilt-Man did get out of the DD-verse a time or two and battled Captain America, Spider-Man, and even the equally awesome Black Goliath.
But as much as I like Stilt-Man, I'd have to say this version which appeared in Spidey Super Stories looks incredibly lame, even by the usual Stilt-Man standards. This guy ain't no super-villain.
This guy is!
All hail the awesome Stilt-Man!