Super-Fly Comics & Games opened its doors in August 2007 after buying the new comics & graphic novels business of Dark Star Books. Since then we have expanded further into video, card, board and role-playing games; movies; manga; toys; t-shirts; statues and other cool things. Be sure to ask about our subscription pull file service to get 15% off almost everything in the store and our 10% discount for college students and military personnel.

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Super-Fly Comic of the Week August 8th

Apologies for the lack of a post last week, Fly-Hards. We had some technical difficulties that prevented us from updating the site. For those of you who are interested, last week’s choice was Low by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini. This week brings us the return of the Superior Spider-Man, Spread continues to be a fun ride, and Jhonen Vasquez’s I Feel Sick saw a re-release. Instead of picking a new #1 this week, we’ve chosen the end of what turned out to be one of the best comics from the Big 2 in a long time. This week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week is: Moon Knight #6.



We’re sad to see Ellis and Shalvey leave this title, as it’s easily been one of (if not THE) best cape and tights books from either of the Big 2.  In six short issues: Ellis, Shalvey, and Bellaire have done a sensational job of writing what is ultimately a thesis statement on the character.  The problem with so many Moon Knight series before this was that each writer handled wildly differently, so there never seemed to be a consistent vision for the character.  That has been handled brilliantly here and Brian Wood and Co. have an excellent foundation from which they can build.  If you’re like us and have been digging this series, Ellis,Shalvey, and Bellaire are reuniting over at Image for Injection, out in 2015.

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