Any of the starter equipment kits will generally have what you need to get started - it all depends on what you want to do (extract vs all-grain), what size batches, if you intend to bottle vs keg etc. Also your budget will come into play so it all depends.
The only thing I would definitely recommend is getting a larger pot than you think you will need to start out with. In other words, you can
start extract brewing with as small as a 5G pot. You may find after 1 or 2 brews that you want to start doing full-boils, or move into all-grains at which point you'll just have to get a bigger pot. The general rule of thumb is double your batch size - 10G pot for 5G batches, 20G pot for 10G batches (though 15G would probably be fine)
Further, I would highly recommend reviewing the stickies in the beginner forum: