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.

We're located at 132 Dayton Street in Yellow Springs, Ohio. You can reach us at (937) 767-1445 or superflycomics@gmail.com.
Hours:
Sunday through Tuesday Noon - 7pm
Wednesday through Saturday 11am -8pm

Get the Latest info about store events, sales and highlighted Previews for upcoming books. It's the best way to get the inside scoop on what's going down.
Super-Fly Mailing List
* indicates required




Super-Fly Comics is part of the Panels On Pages PoP Cast Network. You can listen to our weekly Podcast about comics, games, retailing and life by clicking the iTunes button below. For more information, click on the Super-Fly Podcast button above.

Super-Fly Comics now has digital comics powered by Comixology! Chick through and shop as normal and help us profit from the digital comics revolution!!



READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 65: The Comics You Love as an Adult

Secret Origins featuring the JLA!

Secret Origins featuring the JLA is a notable book in that it sets the stage for Grant Morrison’s run on JLA

Having covered a run of things here at the RMLB, including comics he liked as a kid, Max now turns to some comics that are the foundation for his entire collection; comics he’s loved and re-read over the years multiple times since getting them.  Namely, Grant Morrison’s run on JLA starting with the two books Secret Origins featuring the JLA and Justice League: Midsummer’s Nightmare the latter of which was written by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza prepping for Morrison’s epic JLA run.  Check out coverage of these two books here as Max goes over comics he’s loved as an adult! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 65: The Comics You Love as an Adult

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 64: A Look Back at New 52 Justice League: Origin!

Justice League Origin

Reeling from a tough week with his computer currently on the fritz, Max takes time out of regular writing to dig up an old entry on the New 52 Justice League series and its first hardcover Origin. Re-telling the Justice League’s formation from the start, this time with Cyborg included, Max finds Origin to be as rewarding a read in whole as he did the first time around with the issues. Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 64: A Look Back at New 52 Justice League: Origin!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 63: Time to Smash Robots with the ORIGINAL Magnus Robot Fighter 4000 AD!

Magnus Robot Fighter Archives Vol. 1

Keeping the new entries coming, Max tackles a character at his beginning who has made more than one comeback, Gold Key’s Magnus Robot Fighter 4000 AD!  This “Tarzan of the Future” character created by Russ Manning has adventures that are classic in more than one sense of the word: they’re classic sci-fi, done in a classic style written & drawn by a classic creator!  While these original comics first appeared in the mid-1960s, you can relive the excitement today thanks to Dark Horse Comics and their now complete run of Magnus Robot Fighter 4000 AD Archives just recently made available in trade paperback!  Come one, come all to smash some robots & get the scoop! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 63: Time to Smash Robots with the ORIGINAL Magnus Robot Fighter 4000 AD!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 62: The Superior Foes of Spider-Man!

Beware the Superior Foes of Spider-Man!

Beware the Superior Foes of Spider-Man!

Thanks to the run he did on DC’s tenure with the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents and his excellent Image book Morning Glories, Max has been a big fan of Nick Spencer for a while, but hasn’t read any of his Marvel work…until now!  With the first trade paperback of Superior Foes of Spider-Man now available and given to him as a birthday gift, Max dives headfirst into Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber goodness to find a title in which you really don’t need Spider-Man at all to have a good time, just some dastardly no goods who are literally no good at what they do! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 62: The Superior Foes of Spider-Man!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 61: Free Comic Book Day at Super-Fly and Stray Bullets!

Stray_Bullets_Uber_Alles_Edition-cover

Max visits Super-Fly Comics & Games on Free Comic Book Day a couple times throughout the day and finds it well manned and full of customers!  Get a cursory report on how FCBD went at the Fly and join Max as he takes a good look at some of his purchases at the store that day, namely David Lapham’s Stray Bullets in both the Über Alles Edition collecting the entire 41 issue run of the first series and the first two issues of the new series/arc Stray Bullets Killers!  Only here at superflycomics.com! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 61: Free Comic Book Day at Super-Fly and Stray Bullets!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 60: Worn out from C2E2, it’s a Look Back at Aquaman: Time & Tide!

Aquaman Time & Tide

Max and the rest of the Super-Fly crew are back from their adventures at C2E2 2014 in Chicago!!!  However, they’re a little “conned out” and worn out too!  Running too close to a deadline, Max takes the easy way out yet again and dips into the unpublished RMLB archives for another “lost” entry for another Aquaman graphic novel, this time Aquaman: Time & Tide by legendary comics scribe Peter David.  Get wet behind the ears and dive into this short but sweet story from the early 1990s!  It’s more Aqua-history right here at the RMLB! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 60: Worn out from C2E2, it’s a Look Back at Aquaman: Time & Tide!

Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 25

This week, Fly-Hards, we are breaking our usual formula. We were already to recommend a comic from this week (Daredevil #2), but then some news dropped on Multiversity and we had to change our plans (thanks Ryan Browne!) and instead we are going to recommend a graphic novel from 2013. This week’s Super-Fly comic […]

Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 18

My fellow Fly-Hards, it has come to my attention it is once again Friday and as such it is time for us to bring you this week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week! This week was a pretty tepid week in comics, but there were a few things to pay attention to: Batman #30 began […]

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 58: Time to Laugh Out Loud with Tales Designed to Thrizzle Volume One!

After a series of bad days, Max takes a break from writing to dig out another “lost” entry to give him more time to prepare for the coming C2E2 and get himself together.  Appropriately enough, the entry is taken from another time after a bad day, when Max read through Michael Kupperman’s side splitting Tales Designed to Thrizzle Volume One If laughter is the best medicine, this book is some damn good medicine!  Find the funny in this week’s RMLB entry! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 58: Time to Laugh Out Loud with Tales Designed to Thrizzle Volume One!

Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 11

Hey Fly-Hards, it’s Friday and I’m in love (with comics!) This week saw the launch of the much-hyped Batman Eternal, Iron Fist and Doop both had a new #1, and Marvel shipped a $10 Deadpool book. This week however, we step back outside the “Big Two” with what was easily the best book: Lumberjanes #1!

April 11th, 2014 | Category: Super-Fly Reads | Comments are closed