Certain artworks work for certain fans. I'm kind of in-between.
I think his artwork works best on certain titles like definitely Kick-Ass, while others... hmm. Maybe it's the inker?
I remember my first exposure to Romita's work was back in the early 90's during his tenure with Uncanny X-Men and I remember being taken aback and not very fond of it, being used to Whilce Portacio and the Kubert Brothers and all. Something about his use of jaw line and the cheek bones...
Looking at the books with his artwork, although I'm not fond of it to begin with, I think I just end up getting used to it after a while.
It's like when I first open the pages of a Romita book, I'm usually taken aback at first by the art, but after reading a couple of pages I slowly get used to it. And then after I put it down and pick up a different book (let's just say Mike Deodato or Brian Hitch), and then later pick up another Romita book again, I get taken a back once more, and have to slowly get used to it all over again. That's how the cycle for me goes.