Yes, I love them. I was sad to see an end to the days when you could get a decent range of independent comics down at the local newsagent, but many publishers couldn't afford to put out and distribute physical comics when the bubble burst. But then the internet came along and now you can read them online which makes them a lot cheaper to produce and easy to get hold of. I love visiting my favourite comic shop, but I also borrow comics from the library or get them for my Kindle. Currently I read Wonder Woman and Catwoman mostly and I'm slowly reading the trade paperbacks of Y the Last Man. Old favourites include The Sandman, Strangers in Paradise, Calvin and Hobbes and Frumpy the Clown.
I have a great nostalgia for Archie comics. My dad read them as a kid, and when I was a child I found an old stash of his at my grandmother's house. So now I can't resist grabbing some whenever I see secondhand ones for sale.
I also recently discovered the new Archie Married Life comic books which imagine his life as a grown up, and they are terrific. They led to me branching out into the world of comics a little, and I've recently been devouring the Fables series by Bill Willingham, which imagines classic fairytale characters exiled from their home lands and living in New York.
I don't read soft cover comics, but I have read a couple of hardback graphic novels which I really enjoyed. My son loves books and is really into Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore graphic novels - he suggested I try graphic novels. In fact I am just about to order the whole series of Agatha Christie graphic novels. Strange really as I'm not a big fan of her writing, but the graphic novel I read - "Endless Night" - was pretty good in the comic version.