Sometimes, when you're abnormally tall, three belts are not enough. Four will do it. And there's that walking stick again! Is there a Skull Goblet that he carries around when strolling?
My ArchNemesis: Ladies man. Fancy Dresser. Walking his streets, with his lady and his Skull Fancy Walking Stick.
Lex Luthor isn't the greatest Villain because he has the best abilities. He's at various times been smart, really smart, ruthless, rich and not smart, the president, and various other things, but always bald*. If you had to list one consistent thing about Luthor over the many years, it would be his baldness. Which some might call a setback, but he uses it to his strength. So why IS Lex Luthor the greatest Villain? It's because his ArchNemesis is the greatest hero.
It's a phrase one calls "Punching Up". You don't choose to be known as challenging less than you are, you choose to fight those of almost equal ability. The victories are sweeter, the setbacks overlooked. Who wants to see Superman fight Terra Man? It's Luthor you know that will put his ArchNemesis in greatest peril.
So what is my ArchNemesis doing? How does he shape the world with his goodness, and challenge his ArchNemesis to overcome his efforts?
Apparently enjoying a happy life with friends he cares about, in one of the greatest cities in the world.
One hates you ArchNemesis.
No comment. One leaves this picture to the expertise of our more talented posters. One points out though, that with New York heoric competition like these two, my ArchNemesis is looking pretty good.
* Purists will note that in his first appearance he was not bald. And there was that time he cloned himself and posed as his illigitimate Australian son...