Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human technology user
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Grandmaster, Shocker (Herman Schultz)
Enemies: Big Wheel, Luke Cage, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Walter Devonshire, Jake, Misty Knight, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Power Pack, Sentinels, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Man (Otto Octavius), SuperPro, Vincent, Colleen Wing
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: New York City, USA
First Appearance: Marvel Team-Up III#9 (August, 2005)
Powers/Abilities: The new Stilt-Man's armor possesses many of the same features of the original Stilt-Man, including extending legs that can coat with grease when needed, super-strength, and bulletproof, resistant body armor. In addition, his arms can extend like stilts as well, his strength is enhanced and he can use artillery to fire bullets or energy blasts.
(Marvel Team-Up III#9 (fb) - BTS) – An unrevealed criminal wanting to follow in the footsteps of the retired Wilbur Day, the notorious Stilt-Man, downloaded the plans for the Stilt-Man on the internet. Though he initially sought to buy the plans on E-Bay, he later found a free download. After augmenting the armor with telescoping arms (calling them extendo-arms) and heavy artillery, he began a crime spree through the city, successfully accomplishing several heists and beating Superpro in combat.
(Marvel Team-Up III#9) - As Stilt-Man went stomping across the city with his stolen goods, Daredevil attacked him, and Stilt-Man immediately launched his telescoping arm at the hero, who was trying to be gentle so as not to hurt Stilt-Man, and who continually denied being Matt Murdock. Stilt-Man lauded himself, surprised he hadn't run into Daredevil before now, firing his guns at the hero. After shrugging off a kick from Daredevil, who missed Stilt-Man with a thrown billy club, Stilt-Man grew more arrogant. He was soon knocked unconscious by a single thrown punch from the powerful Luke Cage. Daredevil propped him up with a rope so that Stilt-Man wouldn't fall to the ground and kill himself.
(Spider-Man Unlimited II#12) – Spider-Man interrupted one of Stilt-Man’s robberies, knocking him into a building, but Stilt-Man tossed Spider-Man into a dumpster. Big Wheel, in an attempt at being a hero, attacked and tried grabbing Stilt Man’s stilts in a pincer, but his grease coating allowed Stilt-Man to escape. Stilt-Man the kicked Big Wheel over and escaped, but was later defeated by Power Pack. Stilt-Man and the Shocker laughed at Big Wheel forming a Vil-Anon group at the prison later.
(Ms. Marvel II#1) – Using his new armor, Stilt-Man was robbing an armored car, shrugging off police gunfire and thrilled with his suit’s new strength as he lifted the car above his head. Ms. Marvel, who Stilt-Man didn’t even recognize, knocked Stilt-Man down, then she stopped the car from crushing young kids, including Vincent and Jake. Stilt-Man followed her, but she knocked him down with the car. He tried hitting her with a new energy blaster, but she absorbed the blast and fired it back at him, hitting him in the groin. Repeatedly.
(X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/3) – Stilt-Man was among villains selected by the Grandmaster to battle Dazzler, Misty Knight, and Colleen Wing in a cosmic roller derby. Colleen chopped his stilts in half with her sword. He was then nearly killed by Sentinels.
(Daredevil III#22) - Stilt-Man upgraded his armor with Doctor Octopus's arms, and attacked businessman Walter Devonshire. Spider-Man and Daredevil (who'd just eaten with Luigi) sorted out his armor and stopped him.
Comments: Created by Robert Kirkman and Scott Kolins.
Profile by Chadman.
Stilt-Man is loosely connected to, but should not be confused with
And should not be confused with
(Daredevil III#22) – Devonshire was aboard a helicopter clutching his briefcase when Stilt-Man attacked, threatening to crash the copter if Devonshire didn’t hand the briefcase over. Daredevil and Spider-Man (Otto Octvavius) intervened, stopping Stilt-Man and saving Devonshire.
(Daredevil III#22) – Luigi ran an Italian restaurant where he gave Matt Murdock as much free pasta as he could, believing that Matt was Daredevil.
Marvel Team-Up III#9, p4, pan1 (main)
p5, pan2 (2nd)
Marvel Team-Up III#9 (August, 2005) - Robert Kirkman (writer), Scott Kolins (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited II#12 (January, 2006) – Christos Gage (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Larry Stucker (inker), Tom Brevoort, Andy Schmidt (editors)
Ms. Marvel II#1 (May, 2006) - Brian Reed (writer), Roberto de la Torre (penciler), Jimmy Palmiotti (inker), Andy Schmidt (editor)
X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/3 (August, 2011) – Jad Mackay (writer), Sheldon Vella (penciler/inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Daredevil III#22 (March, 2013) - Mark Waid (writer), Chris Samnee (artist), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Last updated: 12/29/2019
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