Was the entire top 20 list manga again?
I'm not happy about Japanese comics completely dominating the American comics scene but it's important we understand why it's like this. American comic publishers stopped listening to their customers and one by one they're closing their wallets. The more people close their wallets the more expensive comics get. Manga is black and white and printed on rough off-white paper, but it's cheap and doesn't come with America's political baggage. The ratio of art to speech balloons is a lot more generous, too, while many American comic writers have diarrhea of the pen, with double page spreads of people with their mouths open and monologues that fill entire pages, often times with heavily charged left-wing political talking points.
Something like Cyber Frog might not have seemed that special in 2010 when it was easy to find good comic books, and I certainly would never have paid $20 to read it back then. However, EVS has built up an excellent rapport with his audience which is why they are willing to pay more for his comics and then wait a year or two to actually get it. They're invested in seeing him "win" and they've been called names by Marvel and DC's writers and editors so much that they are emotionally divorced from them. You could literally give the newest Captain America book away for free and these people wouldn't want it, because the comic is crap and it makes the customers feel hated.
And of course, that brings us back around to the fact that instead of buying American comics a lot of people are just buying manga. Manga might even be the first comic they bought because Marvel and DC have nothing to offer them. Comics already had a problem of shelves being dominated by nothing but superheroes, but now even finding a decent superhero comic is like throwing a carton of eggs on the floor and trying to find an egg that isn't broken.