Well another year has come to an end. A year filled with highs and lows, new contributors, new conventions, and a ton of new books! We can’t wait to see what we’ll be bringing you in 2016, I can tell you that we’ll do our very best to bring you solid coverage of all the stuff comic fans love. But until then here’s a recap of the articles that saw the most traffic in 2015…
#10 Marvel Now! – To INFINITY!!!! (and beyond!) A timeline leading up to Marvel’s Infinity – By Robert Lazauskas on August 12, 2013
Back in 2013 Marvel launched Infinity, a daunting event that threatened to remake the whole Marvel Universe. It was so daunting in fact that Bob Lazaukas created a flow charts of course to give readers a low down on the time-line to date. And the readers loved it, and still do.
#9 Steam Wars, a Star Wars parody? No, something different! – By Chuck Suffel on April 9, 2013
I came across this cool steam punk adventure book and I had to share it. Fred Perry’s Steam Wars has a look and feel akin to Star Wars but his series has a story all its own. Check out the review that people seem to still be reading.
#8 Toy Fair NY 2015: Cloud B, Products for a Soothing Sleep – By Chuck Suffel on February 16, 2015
Toy Fair 2015 was a hell of an experience, it was the first toy convention I covered for What’cha Reading. In my wandering I came across Cloud B, a company with a ton of cool sleep products for kids, including a UFO that uses lights and sounds to soothe your child to sleep.
#7 DC Collectibles: “Arrow” & “The Flash” Action Figure Review – By Steven Biscotti on April 17, 2015
Steven started writing for What’cha Reading in August of 2014 and he made his mark immediately. His toy movie and tv reviews have been so well received that his articles have risen to some our most read. And this review of the Arrow and Flash figures are one of his most popular
#6 DC Collectibles: “Arrow” Deathstroke action figure review – By Steven Biscotti on March 5, 2015
Another of Steven’s figure reviews, Deathstroke is a fan favorite on both the show and the comic. Another well written in-depth figure review.
#5 DreamWorks’ Dragons: Riders of Berk – Dragon Down – By Chuck Suffel on June 5, 2014
How to Train Your Dragon is an immensely popular series. The movies, the show, and the comics from Dreamworks and Titan have continued the tradition wonderfully.
#4 Secret Wars 2015 Marvel is having a Crisis! ( pssst…. it’s not their first! ) – By Robert Lazauskas on January 22, 2015
People like articles that give them the skinny on events. This is a fact. The second of three of its kind Bob Lazauskas tackled Marvel’s 2015 Secret Wars event, delving into the Battleworlds and then going beyond showing readers how this definitely wasn’t the first time Marvel had decided to clean up some continuity, retconning has in fact been going on for a long long time.
#3 SHERLOCKED The Official Sherlock Convention! April 2015! – By Chuck Suffel on February 5, 2015
This one surprised us all, the announcement that a Sherlock convention was happening in London in 2015 was exciting to say the least. Little did we know the internet would find it exciting enough to make it our 3rd most read article in 2015! Can’t wait to see if they’re doing it again in ’16!
#2 Batgirl #41 Albuquerque Joker Variant : #dontchangethecover is in full effect! – By Robert Lazauskas on March 18, 2015
The controversy surrounding Rapheal Albuquerque’s cover for Batgirl #41, depicting the Joker menacing Batgirl in memory of the classic graphic novel “The Killing Joke.” Some thought it was so over the top the cover should be pulled, Albuquerque agreed. Our staff writer Bob disagreed, vehemently.
#1 Summer 2015: Marvel’s Secret Wars + DC’s Convergence = AMALGAM!!! (Maybe?) – By Robert Lazauskas on December 9, 2014
This article speculating on the possible, but unfulfilled, DC Marvel crossover pulled the most readers by far. Seems our readers want to read all about the fantasy crossover of all time. Check it out and see if you agree that this would be all that, and a bag of chips?
There you have it, the articles our readers loved most of all. We want to thank you all for reading, sharing, commenting, and just experiencing all these wonderful fandoms and moments with us.We look forward to another great year bringing you all we can in the world of comics, movies, television, and so much more!
What was your favorite? What would you like to see more of in 2016? Sound off in the comments…