(Well not DIRECTLY related, since he's her step-father. But you get the point.)
So when you have a villain like this (for example The Mad Thinker, or Arcade) what do you do with them? You can only use them so many times because they get repetitive. The answer is simple -- you take the core of the character, and then you revamp it! So that's what they (that is Stan Lee and artist Bob Powell) did with the Pupper Master in Strange Tales #133.
|What? WHAT THE FUCK|
For those not aware, the Puppet Master, as created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, originally looked like this:
He's not a traditional super-villain design. He's basically just meant to look like a cross between a traditional folk toy designer, and a ventriloquist's dummy.
When you have these non-traditional villains one of the big temptations is then to turn them into a more typical costumed super-villain. This can be done right (for example, with Jack Kirby's revamp with of The Sandman), but in this case... in this case it was done so very wrong. The story does offer the Puppet Master some new powers:
|Cats -- the source of all super-villain|
So yeah, if you're going to revamp a villain? Don't do it this way, man. Please don't.