@SethPhotopoulos said:" Maybe you don't like the style. If anyone says comics are bad in a serious manner in this thread they will be destroyed. "I agree. I don't hate the format I just really can't get into it. I dunno I just find it weird that all these characters I love originated from something I don't really like at all.
It takes a lot longer to get into comics because they are inherently a rather slow form of storytelling. They need more time to cover the same ground as even just an episode of a cartoon, not to mention a motion picture. There's a reason there are three different Sin City books woven into one movie.
If you still want to get into comics, you have to trust that it happens eventually. It can be difficult, because even though you like the stories told in the cartoons and movies, it doesn't mean you're guaranteed to connect with where the comic is at currently. I would suggest going back to story arcs that people like, and even THEN you can't expect to be hooked instantly. Just keep "surfing" the comic book you're interested in based on your experience with the arc you read. Saw a character in it that interested you? Ask the communities for stories involving that character and so on. Eventually you're more broadly "into" the book, and you become interested in characters and events that unfold in a way that a lot of comic books take for granted. That presumption about the readers is what makes it so hard to connect to initially, because they are mainly serving people with prior investment.
I went through this exact same thing a little over a year ago and I can absolutely relate. Good luck in your endeavours.