Try this: think of any particular comic book title and check out what the reviewers say. Then, when you're at a sudden loss for a title, think of a particular writer or artist and you'll find a bunch of titles suddenly springing to mind. Or, just try to think of titles by company. Or by 'circa' - as in what you read as a kid, as a teenager, as a young adult and, assuming you are one now, an aging adult (what do you mean, aging adults should get a new hobby??).
The comic book guide has so many titles to choose from that it's a mammoth task to plow through it alphabetically. But that's not a criticism. I'm just saying you can have fun by approaching the reading of the guide in ways I suggested above.
I've hardly put it down since getting it a couple of weeks ago. It's providing me with endless hours of reading pleasure and, of course, it's always a hoot to read opinions that contradict my own regarding certain titles. All I remember about 'Super-Villain team-up' is that it soon became a lot of fun and I was disappointed when it was canceled. But, if the review of the title is to be believed, it lacked real quality (and probably did). Then again I'm probably one of the few people who think a fair chunk of Kirby's solo work is sadly infantile, no matter how greatly he contributed to the art form and successful business of comic books. The reviews tend to praise Kirby as much as possible. And so on.
All in all, a great compilation and I believe a 'must' for any serious comics fan.