Basically All I am asking is the difference between the terms The Heavy and Big Bads. Bascially the Heavy trope is bascailly the evil counterpart of the Hero trope as with the Big Bad being the evil counterpart trope alongside Bigger Bads and Bigger Goods.
What are your thoughts on the heavy and big bad differences? I mean the hero is the lead character and Big Good is the leader of all good guys, while the Heavy is the lead villain and the Big Bad being the leader of all villains.
For example Darth Vader is the Heavy to Luke's Hero but he had more appearances than the Big Bad Palatine. Long runing series and franchise always had these type but seems to be overshadowed by the more well known Big Bads and Bigger Bads.
For the DC comics universe Lex Luthor was tecnically the first supervillain alongside Joker but he appeared way more than the clown himself in the comics due to his status as Superman's archenemy as Superman was The Hero of DC comics,even if there are other more powerful big bads like Darkseid and Brainiac Lex is still the one causing the trouble for Superman and leads the villain groups against the Justice League too.
For the Marvel Comics unverse I had to go with the Heavy example with both Magneto and Doctor Doom. Because Magneto has the most appearance in the comics both X-men and the wider Marvel universe and Doctor Doom being the earth based Big Bad they both share this role as the most active villains for the whole marvel universe aside from Norman to Spidey's series this is due to the Hero of the whole Marvel Universe being Captain America and Spider-Man being the Heart and Soul Also because Cyclops being the Hero of X-men and Xavier being the Big Good.
Bascailly All I am saying I need the difference between the Heavy and Big Bads so what your thoughts on the differnce?