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DAREDEVIL #8 COVER

Daredevil (1964) #8

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In the battle of the century, Daredevil must contend with the villainous might of Stilt Man!
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rodolfofariasjr
rodolfofariasjr member

It was cool being able to see inside DareDevil's mask at how it's actually technologically advanced!

JackStamper
JackStamper member

If you thought the Matador was goofy...well, he still is. But this is an easy No. 2. Although he was quite a good supervillain...mh? You disagree? "Bah! He is a rank amateur compared to Dr. Colossus!" ( http://www.fanpop.com/images/polls/17953_1_full.jpg )

Seriously, the Stiltman has hydraulic legs and a body armor against bullets. He even uses a vacuum to steal jewellery! And even though they try to explain the most basic ways they can tackle him away, I still can't see how nobody can just topple him over, or why he's never tripped against telephone wires or the like.

I do have to say though: The twist third act was great! I almost included a picture of Raxton in my Marvel-Livetweet on Twitter (shameless self-promotion), with the caption: "Guess who's the villain!" And it turns out...no, it wasn't him. He's not a pleasant person, but he's completely innoncent, and the meek client of Murdock is the real villain. That's a nice subversion!

Overall a very silly, incredibly funny villain and a good twist-third act. Daredevil kinda had a lot of goofy villains during his first steps as a hero.