The idea that the more power a villain has, the more dangerous they are. I hate this because it's just not how real life works. Power does not help in actual fights, it's skill and planning and executing those plans, power has little to do with it. Hell, in a no-hold-barred fight to the death that villains engage in all the time, plans are everything. Like, seriously, take Doomsday for example, or Galactus, or literally any endgame villain whose main threat comes from "they're super strong and can crush a mountain with their eyelashes." Okay, that would be pretty hard to fight against, but I would like to direct you to two of, what I consider to be, the most memorable villains in Superhero history: the Joker and Lex "I swear I'm not evil this time" Luthor. Okay, fine, tired examples, I know, but they just go to show how much better villains are when they don't rely on raw power to beat their enemies. The Joker excels with manipulating people to do what he wants, and Luthor's intellect is just as dangerous. There's a reason that everyone likes them more than Doomsday or Galactus or whatever, because a smart villain is much harder to defeat than a strong one. It's the problem with shounen! Don't get me wrong, I freaking love shounen, but they are shameless in making the next biggest threat of the arc just be really really strong. It just starts to get cheap after a while. "Yeah! I've just killed this guys who can wipe out an entire village with one attack!" Next week "Oh no, this new guy can wipe out an entire continent with one attack!" I just, I just really wish a Superhero's villain of the week can try to win with actual plans a little more often, y'know?