I can't find the discussion where one person was asking whether they'd have to be good at drawing to make comics, so here's my response to anyone who's asking themselves the same thing.
Scott McCloud (super cool comic artist) has said there's four artistic tribes, or values that people have that give them the passion to make comics in the first place.
The Classicists: Those who are hard workers who aim for mastery of their craft, who want the beauty of their work to last. (Art/Tradition)
The Animists: Those who put content first, create life through art, and are led by their intuition. (Tradition/Life)
The Formalists: Those who loyally study the form of comics and experiment with them. (Revolution/Art)
The Iconoclasts: Those whose are honest, authentic, and unpretentious. They put life first. (Revolution/Life)
This doesn't mean any of us stay in one category, lots of people experiment and use more than one at once, but there's always a bit of a preference for everyone.
Getting into the "is this art bad" mindset keeps you from enjoying the vast potential of comics, whether it be reading or creating.
Comics are made up of so many different factors, and can still appeal to readers. IMO stories with highly polished art can sometimes have so-so stories but we read them because they're total eye-candy. Some comics have terrible line art but such vivid colours that you can't help but read on. Some comics have such simple art that it makes you want to laugh and cringe immediately, and works well with abstract concepts or comedy. Some comics have such strong stories that you don't care about the art much at all. There's room for everyone.
Here's a variety of comics that are well known enough and very different from each other, none of which I would call bad or say that they can't make comics because of their style. Enjoy:
If you want to learn about comics, I'd highly recommend Scott McCloud's "Making Comics". It's a comic in itself, it's approachable and in-depth.
I also have a comic here on the how-to's of drawing, feel free to have a look if it interests you: https://tapas.io/series/Summa-School
Hope this helps!
What are some polar-opposite comics that you like?