The book that Kirkman co-created and has been writing since the beginning has nothing to do with him? Non sequitur?
Funk-O-Tron at the 2000 San Diego Comic-con and especially had fun with and enjoyed the company of Robert Kirkman. I think Rob is a cool guy and love what he did with the Walking Dead. I also am proud of his success with the TV series which I enjoyed every second of.
I find Invincible, however to be elementary, uninspired and to heavily influenced by all kinds of other things and it just doesn't interest me at all. I don't like the character... don't like the design... never could get interested in the stories... and yes, I also found all the acclaim the book got right out of the gate without even accomplishing anything great a bit annoying...
But it's not even REMOTELY about Robert Kirkman. I find him delightful.
Any comic where the heroes don't have superpowers, such as Batman and Green Arrow. I read Frank Miller's second Batman graphic novel, so there are exceptions, but I mean mainly the monthly version. I also was never interested in the Green Lantern/Green Arrow team-up comics. I also have no interest in Hawkman.
Pretty much all current Marvel just boggles my mind. I make the occasional exception for that sweet, sweet Brubaker Cap... But otherwise, I don't touch Marvel nowadays.
Also, (possible flame war warning!) I haven't enjoyed a SINGLE X-men title, book, story, whatever- within the last 11 years. Not a single one.
I also have a hard time convincing myself to pick up any Hellboy or Hellboy-universe related story that isn't both drawn AND written by Mignola.