Well there's a villain who REALLY has an excuse for wearing a mask.
THE ORB I (Drake Shannon)
Created By: Len Wein, Ross Andru & Don Perlin
First Appearance: Marvel Team-Up #15 (Nov. 1973)
Role: Forgotten '70s Villain
PL 9 (106)
STRENGTH 2 STAMINA 3 AGILITY 4
FIGHTING 9 DEXTERITY 5
INTELLIGENCE 2 AWARENESS 2 PRESENCE 2
Acrobatics 2 (+6)
Athletics 4 (+6)
Deception 1 (+5)
Expertise (Stuntman/Carny) 4 (+7)
Intimidation 1 (+5)
Perception 2 (+5)
Stealth 1 (+5)
Technology 1 (+4)
Vehicles 8 (+13) -- (Flaws: Limited to Ground Vehicles)
Equipment 2 (Motorcycle), Favoured Environment (Riding Motorcycle), Ranged Attack 3
"Orb Helmet & Stuntman Uniform" (Flaws: Removable) 
"Hypnosis" Mind Control 9 (Extras: Area- Visual Perception) (Flaws: Touch Range -2) (27)
- AE: Laser Blast 8 (16)
AE: "Hand Missiles" Blast 7 (Feats: Indirect 2, Ricochet 2, Homing, Split 2) (21)
-- (30 points)
Unarmed +9 (+2 Damage, DC 17)
Hypnosis +9 Area (+9 Affliction, DC 19)
Laser Blast +8 (+8 Ranged Damage, DC 23)
Dodge +9 (DC 19), Parry +9 (DC 19), Toughness +3, Fortitude +4, Will +2
Prejudice (Horribly Disfigured)- Drake Shannon badly injured his face after crashing his motorcycle in a race with Crash Simpson. He is horrifying to look at, and must constantly wear a mask or provoke terrible reactions in other people, most of whom will turn away in disgust.
Total: Abilities: 58 / Skills: 24--12 / Advantages: 6 / Powers: 24 / Defenses: 6 (106)
-The Orb is a guy I'm familiar with because he appeared in a comic book reprint I own of his "Marvel Team-Up" debut- he's the old partner of Johnny Blaze's mentor (Crash Simpson), who lost the rights to the motorcycle stunt show Blaze now owned after losing a motorcycle race. Swerving to injure Simpson, Drake Shannon then accidentally crashed himself, but dragged for 25 feet on his face. His scars were GORY, and fascinated me as a young kid- you just didn't SEE faces like that in comic books at the time! His outfit is part-goofy/part-iconically awesome, so I'm of course a huge fan of it- love the giant eyeball head-thing. He threatened Ghost Rider a couple times (always having some vague link to a vague group called They Who Wield Power- no idea why these powerful guys would want to screw with GHOST RIDER of all people), but was killed by one of Plantman's simuloids in a Hawkeye story (but he later appeared in the background of a "Deadline" story in The Bar With No Name, and was confirmed as alive by the writer... he hasn't appeared since).
-The Orb is a simple Bike Show Stuntman with EEEEEEVIL intentions, giving him a Hypnosis power and a basic Energy Blast. He's got that plus some Missiles coming from his fingers, though he's not terribly effective (Johnny Blaze wasn't that tough in the 1970s). But he's kind of unique- though I think there was some Indie Comics character who looked JUST LIKE HIM who came before.
THE ORB II (Real Name Unknown)
Created By: Bill Rosemann & Guy Davis
First Appearance: Ghost Rider #26 (Oct. 2008)
Role: Joke Villain
PL 7 (62)
STRENGTH 2 STAMINA 3 AGILITY 3
FIGHTING 6 DEXTERITY 5
INTELLIGENCE 0 AWARENESS 0 PRESENCE 0
Athletics 2 (+4)
Deception 2 (+2)
Expertise (Criminal) 3 (+3)
Vehicles 1 (+6)
Equipment 5 (Motorcycle, Repulsor Ray), Ranged Attack 2
"Giant Eye For A Head" Senses 2 (Microvision, Extended Vision) 
"Repulsor Ray" Blast 7 (14)
Unarmed +6 (+2 Damage, DC 17)
Repulsor Ray +7 (+7 Ranged Damage, DC 22)
Dodge +8 (DC 18), Parry +8 (DC 18), Toughness +3, Fortitude +4, Will +2
Prejudice (Eye for a Face)- The second Orb literally has a giant eyeball for a head.
Quirk (Chatty)- The second Orb talks CONSTANTLY, much to the consternation of his allies.
Total: Abilities: 38 / Skills: 8--4 / Advantages: 7 / Powers: 2 / Defenses: 11 (62)
-The second Orb is more of an annoying one-note Joke than a real character, with no given origin beyond "Mercenary Super-Villain". He was nearly killed (a nail through the eye/head), but turned up alive later on to annoy his teammates and Ghost Rider. He wasn't very good with his gun (he talked about being good with it, but never actually hit anybody), and didn't show much of anything- I'm even guessing about his improved eyesight (it seems to make sense, given his concept). Another Orb was seen later with a group of henchmen, talking about rolling around in eyes, and he was somehow able to "see" the identities/quirks of the Red Hulk & She-Hulk (probably some sort of Mind-Reading/Penetrates Concealment thing).