I've seen this site, it's great that they did this!
However, for me as a fairly new comics reader that started with DC (and plunged into a large number of DC titles) who wanted to try some Marvel, it was just too overwhelming, all these titles and jumping on points, so I decided I'd go with the Avengers first. Which was difficult enough as it is, since there are so many Avengers titles and reading orders and what not.
So after some research I decided to start with Marvel's Ultimate universe, since it seems most of the Marvel movies are largely based on their Ultimate universe, especially the Avengers Movie.
So I'm now reading Ultimate Comics The Ultimates (The Avengers are called The Ultimates in this universe) - not to be confused with Ultimates 1-3; Ultimate Comics The Ultimates started August 2011 and is written by Jonathan Hickman, pencils by Esad Ribic and colors by Dean White.
That story immediately sucked me in, what a ride! And the artwork is so gorgeous!
So after a couple of issues I felt encouraged to extend my quest into Marvel's regular universe and added three titles to my reading list:
The Avengers (vol. 4, 2010-current)
New Avengers (vol. 2, 2010-current)
Secret Avengers (vol. 1, 2010-current)
I started reading each of them with issue #1 and reading them all parallel to eachother.
I especially like Secret Avengers, the stories are great and the artwork is beautiful. (and on an aside: I also like that Steve Rogers is not wearing spandex but some modernized, cooler version of a hero outfit. Me like!)
When these three series reached the issues that tied in with the Fear Itself event, I expanded my reading list with the Fear Itself main series plus a selected number of tie-ins, which helped me get acquainted with lots of Marvel series quite naturally (after doing some serious research as to the reading order), which has now made it easier for me to pick and choose which ones I like to continue reading.
For instance, Invincible Iron Man and Journey into Mystery are two series that I'm now planning to stick with, thanks to Fear Itself, for these are absolutely great!
I've just finished reading Fear Itself (and am still no where near up to speed with current issues yet
), and in hindsight, this (all of the above) was actually a pretty good way to start with Marvel for me and I can recommend it to my fellow DC comics fans who don't know where to start.