I may not be giving the new stories a good try.
My vision is poor and I mainly use my Android phone to read comics.
Large panel are very difficult to read. The dialogue of The Batman who Laughs is unreadable to me, with its red ink.
The perfect story for me to read is Watchmen, with its nine planel grid per page. The more a comic deviates from that, the more effort is required from me.
Often I just give up.
I grew up with comics having three or four stories in an issues. Though lacking much or even stupid characterization, these issues were easy to read, with no continuity.
Even early Marvel were ‘done in one’ issues or two heroes sharing a title.
Even DC Bronze Age comics had mostly stories complete in one issue. If not, like Steve Engelhart and Marshall Rogers Batman in Detective Comics, there was enough story in an issue to satisfy a reader.
Paul Levitz had a major plot in each issue of Legion of Super Heroes, with one or two minor plots also, which would become major plots as the older plot was resolved.
Now, with many writers, you have to read the prior issues in an arc to see what is going on. The stories are meant for trade, not single issues.
Sometimes it is a good writer on a title they are not suited for. Tomasi was great with Superman, Lois Lane and young Jon Kent but I would read his Batman and not remember what the story was about, a half hour later, even when the issue had a favorite guest star like the Spectre.
Bendis seems to be unsuitable for all his books, though previously he had a great track record at Marvel on team books, young heroes and street level heroes. I think he is just burnt out or has to follow dictates of poor editors.
Bendis has a great line up in Justice League. He only writes Naomi well, and GA and BC somewhat okay. His villains are ridiculous.
Peter David run on Young Justice was great. Bendis was not, partly because of adding new characters that did not jell with the originals
I liked Jon Kent as a ten year old. The Kent family was an ideal one, that I really enjoyed when my own family was terrible to me.
His method of aging Jon by keeping him as a prisoner in a volcano for seven years, without any emotional trauma, is the worst idea I have ever heard.
I do like the idea of less continuity, which allows for Superman 78 and Batman 89.
I like the larger size books, which allow less selling characters to continue, but the five dollar or more price is too high, since the stories move at a slow pace.
Titans Academy is far inferior to Geoff John’s Teen Titans. Therein both the Original Teen Titans acting as mentors to the Young Justice graduates were all given characterizations. All were great characters. In Titans Academy we see little of the original team and the new characters are non entities.
I read in Comic Book Roundup that Ram V is a good writer but I miss Alec and Abby, so I have not read the new Swamp Thing.
I liked Tom Taylor in Earth 2 very much but the violence and killing in many of his stories are not my cup of tea.
(I like Horror Comics. I came back to comics starting with Marvel Black and White Horror Magazines in 1973. I was a fan of Wolfman Colan Tomb of Dracula, Wein Wrightson Swamp Thing, and Adventure Comics The Spectre. But I like my super heroes without horror, especially Body Horror, as in New 52 Animal Man)
I hope this gives a better view of where I am at.