I think it's hilarious that since Red Ventures took over CV/Gamespot that they didn't even bother updating any of the bug reporting information so that it's relevant. Following the link leads to a new website but I would assume the way it's reported is the same?
Regardless, there are some major issues with the search engine here. When searching for volumes by publisher, regardless of which one, will result in 0 results, even if it's clearly not the case.
@tippon: While it is a bit annoying that the site doesn't order the issues in the correct order, there is nothing to stop a user from creating their own reading order such as this one. Creating your own reading order il make things easier and clearer. Especially if issues aren't ordered by numbers or chapters.
@bigby65: Right... I understand your frustration when it comes to getting edits declined especially if you're well-intentioned and want to contribute to the site. It happened to me a few times when I first started so I know where you are coming from. I also feel that the tone is unwarranted considering you've only had two posts denied in the space of a 10 month period and it's only 3 edits. I had a look at your edit history and the moderator who declined your edits gave feedback on each of your submissions and they were all easy to fix problems such as you put something in the wrong place or you just needed a bigger/higher quality image.
In regards to why manga releases are prioritized over the U.S. comic releases are mainly down to the person who adds them to the site every week. Nine times out of ten is that it's normally a lot easier to add manga to the site compared to comics. Manga will normally just have a front and back cover image that needs adding, a creator or two, and a dozen or so characters. Comics on the other hand can have 10+ covers for just a single issue with a dozen creators and characters, it's just about adding the easier stuff first. And sometimes life gets in the way and it slows things down; after all, it is a community-based wiki at the end of the day.
If you are genuinely interested in contributing to the wiki, as I said in my previous post here, there are dozens of smaller pages you can work on to build up those points quicker. You'll be surprised at how quickly those points build up. I got a huge majority of my points when I started working on the U.K. branch of Panini Comics by just adding associations to those issues. Adding new releases is something the moderators take seriously and it is something that they don't let new people do as sometimes they have to go back and add missing information or correct mistakes. It makes their life easier.