Warning: spoilers for Daredevil Season 1 are ahead!

If you’re a Marvel fan, chances are you spent this weekend checking out (or watching all of) the Netflix series Daredevil, which introduced the MCU’s version of Matt Murdock and his war against crime in Hell’s Kitchen. Although Daredevil fought a variety of criminals while wearing the mask, his most recognizable adversaries from the comics were main antagonist Wilson Fisk a.k.a. The Kingpin, and Leland Owlsely, Fisk’s accountant. By the conclusion of Season 1, Fisk was imprisoned, and Owlsley, who never took on The Owl identity in the TV series, was killed after Fisk pushed him down an elevator shaft, leaving openings for bad guys to face off against the newly-crimson-costumed Man Without Fear.

It’s only been three days since Daredevil premiered, so there’s no word yet on whether it will come back for a second season, although one of his main comic book adversaries Zebediah Killgrave, better known as The Purple Man, will be appearing in Netflix's A.K.A. Jessica Jones. Fortunately, compared to most superheroes, Daredevil has a decent-sized rogues gallery, so the creative team won’t have any problems picking enemies for him to battle. Here are the villains Daredevil needs to use should it return for another season in the coming years.

5. Stilt-Man
5. Stilt-Man
That’s right, one of Daredevil’s oldest enemies is a guy who walks around on stilts. The first and most frequent Stilt-Man, Wilbur Day, was introduced in 1965 as a thief who wore armor that had telescopic legs, allowing him to grow hundreds of feet. Also armed with a stun-gas gun and various other gadgets, he began his crime career. Unfortunately for him, he’s proved to be an incompetent super villain over the years, being defeated by Daredevil and several other superheroes many times, and ridiculed by other bad guys. We’re not kidding ourselves thinking that Stilt-Man is main antagonist material. At best, we would probably see him as a minor nuisance that Daredevil deals with once or twice; but even then, it would be interesting to see how the MCU would pull off Stilt-Man as an actual threat and not just a joke villain. If you were looking closely, you may have spotted Stilt-Man’s distinctive metal legs in Melvin Potter’s workshop, so perhaps a tiny Easter Egg could one day become a reality.

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