Top Trending Articles at ComicBookBin for February 2016
By Hervé St-Louis
March 16, 2016 - 08:25
Busy month so the top trending articles for February 2016 are a bit late.
9-The Story of My Tits
Leroy Douresseau reviewed Jennifer Hayden’s book about living with breast as a girl all the way to her forties when she fought breast cancer. Douresseau’s review is as heartfelt as the comic itself which discusses a topic rarely conveyed in this medium of big breasted women. The book is huge – 352 pages. It warrants a visit.
8-Johnny Bullet #60
I’m biased. I like when Johnny Bullet is trending here (he does a lot of trending). In this strip, the Leduc brothers discuss their money problems and if you read this week’s comic strip in episode #65
, you’ll see where that discussion landed them!
This is the homepage of the main comics section of the Bin. If it’s related to comics, you’ll find it there.
6-Are Yaoi Manga The Future of Gay Comics?
This article from 2008 is still trending even though we’ve written many better ones about the topic since.
5-Johnny Bullet #61
In this strip, Johnny Bullet finds out that the beauty pageant he’s been invited to is really for little girls! Yeah, he didn’t see that one coming!
4-Johnny Bullet #1
When Johnny Bullet #1 started trending it made me very happy but also signaled something important for the comic strip. If people are reading the first episode, it’s because the current ones are interesting enough they are curious to see how it all started. I’ll be the first one to admit that the comic has changed since the first strip and that’s the nature of web comics. You can see the comic change and progress through time fairly easily. So many of you have joined Johnny Bullet later in the game and you’re curious enough to want to start at the beginning. Thank you!
Given Paramount’s reaction to a recent planned Star Trek fan film, I have to say this topic will continue to attract readers’ curiosity. Or maybe it’s a bunch of lawyers brushing up on their links!
2-Why Daredevil Is Not on Blu-Ray?
So a new season of Daredevil is about to start on Netflix and there is still no sign of a Bu-Ray nor a DVD for fans of the series who don’t want to watch this series through streaming. Producers are trying to change viewers’ television watching practices and it’s not always a good thing. The popularity of this article nearly a year later attests that people want a home release for Daredevil but Marvel and Netflix refuse to give them one.
1-The ten most important comic books of the 1990s
Nearly a decade later this article still rocks the charts at ComicBookBin. Okay, we get it many of you grew up on comics from the 1990s.
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