I had some recommendations from Taichokage, Supreme Marvel, and GokaiRed. I haven't gotten around to reading them due to being busy. The hard part about diving in comics is that there is so much comic books, the canoncity, Let me post a note from my first experiences at a comic book convention:
What Scares New Comic Readers? - As you know, I'm a new comic book fan who is overwhelmed and doesn't know where to start. When Jimmy Palmiotti mentions this, he connected to me on a level. He said it's the continuity. Comic Books have so many writers, different interpretations, reboots, and canon vs non canon. If you are a new fan, you ask the salesman if it's all right to read the latest issue, let's say #135. You have to read the other 134 issues. Luckily, Jimmy and Amanda's Harley Quinn series is good for beginners. I heard him say if you pick up a random issue, you won't be lost.
I really agree with Jimmy Palmiotti on this.
I have no preference right now. I started asking about Batman and Spider-man comics because the cartoon series from the 90's were my most memorable part of TV back then, just to get a start.
That sounds like a better deal than Comixology which has me buying separate issues for a dollar up to 4 dollars. I found comic books issues were relatively short than a manga chapter which can stem from 20 to 40 pages depending if it's a weekly or monthly manga series.
Thanks, I definitely check out that website.