The last time I analysed my monthly comic book pull-list - breaking down titles I regularly read (or have pre-ordered) from the Big Two and smaller companies - was back in September 2019.
At the time, although Marvel had the edge, with 37.5 per cent of my list, it was really a pretty even split with DC taking 30 per cent and miscellaneous other companies accounting for 32.5 per cent.
But now, as of the middle of this month, Marvel pretty much rules the roost, with a mighty 58.3 per cent of the list.
While I admire DC's iconic characters - such as Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern - my heart has always, really, belonged to Marvel, home of my beloved Fantastic Four.
To be honest, I currently find DC's output largely impenetrable. I have no idea what the deal was with the whole Metal event - which seemed to be never-ending (has it even wrapped yet?) - or what's going on with their current overlapping succession of "events" (jumping into the future for a couple of months etc).
I get the impression that they're picking apart their continuity and fracturing all their families of titles off into their own realities... or something.
To an outsider, it just seems like a mess.
Now, Marvel isn't perfect, and I don't always appreciate (although I totally understand) their efforts to twist their comic book characters to more closely align with their cinematic iterations.
But, Marvel, for me, just publishes the most consistently enjoyable stories. And ultimately that's all I ask for.
Titles like The Immortal Hulk and Larry Hama's Iron Fist: Heart of The Dragon are just in a different league to the output of the Distinguished Competition that I see.
Unsurprisingly, the breakdown of genres on my reading list seems to have stayed roughly the same.
Superhero titles have crept up from 50 per cent to 58.3 per cent, while fantasy has declined slightly from 45 per cent to 33.3 per cent, and sci-fi shows a miniscule jump from five per cent to 8.3 per cent.
And that's pretty much the attitude I hope to portray on HeroPress: predominantly superheroes, with a large side-helping of fantasy (particularly swords-and-sorcery), and a soupçon of sci-fi (primarily Star Wars and Alien).