Wow, I have read so many disappointing comics lately that it is hard for me to just pick 3.
Justice League - Despite the fact that I was dead set against the relaunch and I still am, I really wanted to give Justice League a fair shot. I mean, a creative team like Geoff Johns and Jim Lee should have been an automatic win...until you get the book and you realize that it is absolute garbage. However, I stayed on the title up to the present issue, desperately hoping that it would get better. It didn't and in fact it has only gotten worse. Then, you add in the horrible Shazam back-ups and you have a title that has become completely unreadable. Needless to say, I will not be buying the next issue.
Teen Titans - Another DCnU title that has just been complete garbage. I was really hesitant to actually buy this book to begin with because the character designs were absolutely terrible but I really like the Titans, so I gave it a shot. Like Justice League, I stayed with this comic hoping that it will get better...but upon reading the Annual, I realized something very important about this book. I don't know these characters. Red Robin may be a little familiar but Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, and the rest are so far removed from their Pre-Flashpoint counterparts that I feel like I am reading another company's attempt at a Teen Titans-like comic. Since I have no attachment these characters, I can now safely drop this book and save myself a little cash each month.
Uncanny X-Men - Looking back at my history as a comic fan, I can safely say that I have a trend when it comes to the X-Men. For whatever reason, I have almost always preferred whichever X-Title features Cyclops and his team. That quickly changed when Marvel relaunched Uncanny X-Men after Schism. It has nothing to do with Cyclops or even his team...the title itself was just utter crap. While the title has been improving with the past few issues, it has just been extremely difficult to get rid of the taint of those first couple of arcs.