13361 Madison Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 (216)712-6231
Monday-Friday 1pm-9pm | Saturday 12pm-9pm | Sunday 12pm-6pm


Holiday Gift Guide

The 2022 Superscript Holiday Gift Guide is here, with comic and game recommendations for families, goths, zoomers, choosy gamers, defiant readers, and more! Visit the link below to cure to holiday shopping woes!


Visit Superscript on ComicHub to shop our selection of comics, graphic novels, board games, miniatures games, accessories, and more!


Visit Superscript on TCGPlayer to shop our collection of collectible card game singles, such as Magic: The Gathering, Flesh and Blood, and more!


A Pull Box subscription ensures that you'll always receive your favorite comics, all you have to do is tell us which titles you'd like to read. We'll have all your latest issues set aside for the next time you stop in the store. Visit us to signup, and use the form below if you have any questions about starting a Pull Box.


Join Superscript for a Tuesday Night Modern Tournament. This event takes place weekly (except for the third Tuesday each month when we host our monthly Legacy Jam!) Entry is $10, and the event kicks off at 6:30PM.

Join us for a once-a-month Legacy Magic: The Gathering Tournament, taking place on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. $10 entry fee - 100% prize support. Tournaments are four rounds, Swiss - with no cut to top 8. Prizes will be awarded to winners based on the number of participants. Registration ends at 6:30

The Superscript Comics Workshop is a fun and social event for anyone interested in creating their own comic! There is no experience required, as participants will be guided through various creative exercises. Visit the Comics Workshop channel in the Superscript Discord to learn more!

Stop in with a friend and learn how to play Flesh and Blood. We'll have experienced players on hand to assist new players, and to help others improve their current game! No cards required - new players will receive an introductary deck upon entry!

Stop in with a friend to play your favorite miniatures game! We have tables and terrain ready for you to set up and play!

Friday Night Magic at Superscript alternates features a variety of fun and accessible formats such as Commander, Booster Drafts, and Pauper. View our schedule on the Wizards Event Locator to see our full calendar of Magic: The Gathering events.

Check out the exciting new TCG, Flesh and Blood, at weekly Armory Events that feature exclusive promotional prizes! Events are every Sunday at 1PM, with $10 - $20 entry fee based on the event format. Visit the Flesh and Blood event locator for our complete schedule.

Join the Hunter's Guild, a Dungeons and Dragons campaign, taking place the third Sunday each month. Investigate strange monsters and delves, and stumble upon a larger plot that could rock the country to its core and threaten the very fate of the guild! Visit the Hunter's Guild channel in the Superscript Discord to learn more.

The Superscript Gauntlet is a seasonal Magic: The Gathering challenge. Players must participate in six different formats of Magic events in order to win a special, limited edition playmat! Visit the link below for full details.


Conveniently located at 13361 Madison Avenue, Superscript is Lakewood's premiere comic and game store.

  • Superscript is open 1pm-9pm Monday-Friday, 12pm-9pm Saturday, and 12-6 Sunday.

  • Free metered street parking all day on weekends and after 6pm on weeknights.

  • Additional parking available nearby at Madison Park.


Have a question about Superscript? Give us a call at 216-712-6231 or fill out the following form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Our Story

The Team

Superscript is led by Christine, her husband Elliott, and Elliott's life-long friend, Nick. Together, they provide Lakewood with a one-stop-shop for comics and tabletop games. Superscript is a community-focused store, with a comfortable atmosphere to encourage guests to flip through comics, play games, and engage with one another.

Backer Wall of Fame

These wonderful individuals backed our Indiegogo campaign and helped turn our vision for Superscript into a reality! Without you, none of this would have been possible. Thank you!

  • Rocky Catanese

  • Assad Khaishgi

  • Deena and Rafi Mendlowitz

  • Stan Simon

  • Matt Sonnhalter

  • Brian Berger

  • Ian Bowers

  • Yoshi

  • Rich and Mary-Alice Frank

  • Alex Ward

  • Ryan Parasiliti and Gillian Kingsbury

  • Jack and Irene

  • Joe Santocildes

  • Bob!

  • The Babaki Family

  • Renee

  • Allen, Charis, Zoey & Harrison Smith

  • donald butchko

  • Russa

  • Ryan Reynolds

  • Keith & Karen Reynolds

  • Holly Foster

  • Jen & Cody Richmond

  • Jean Veltema

  • Celeste Lipp

  • Mike Burrows

  • Kstubs

  • Tessa Logan and Sean Anderson

  • Nicholas James Schmitt

  • Beau Schultz

  • Andy Barlow

  • Jeremy Gage

  • Sarah LaCorte

  • Arazi

  • Skullface

  • Shannon L. Vecchio Sullivan

  • Kyle Pierson

  • Cory Welker

  • Emma Jochum

  • Kailey Ikerd

  • Richard & Oliver Hislop

  • The Meltoks

  • Michelle Bekina

  • Matt Rosfelder

  • Ryan Forman

  • Brian J Salata

  • Al & Linda Fukalek

  • Josh Fekete

  • Logan Dorado

  • Emad Hasan

  • Vladimir Necovski

  • Kyle Anderson

  • Sarah L.

  • Shara Miller

  • Joanna & Maic D’Agostino

  • Ren Harcar

  • Trent Brown

  • Jon Nix

  • Dan Holahan

  • Mike Grabski

  • Jack and Megan Holmes

  • T Nick Domitrovic

  • Marissa DeSantis & James Catullo

  • Chrissy B

  • Gretchen & Randy Metzger

  • Trish DiFranco

  • Ron Fatica

  • Michael & Jo-Anne Chrysochoos

  • Sean Clark

  • Rob Schultz

  • Slayer of the ass dragon


The 2022 Superscript Holiday Gift Guide is here, with comic and game recommendations for families, goths, zoomers, choosy gamers, defiant readers, and more! Visit the link below to cure to holiday shopping woes!

Warhammer 40k League 2022

The 2022 Warhammer 40K League begins on May 26th. The deadline for registration and list-submission is May 19th, so visit Superscript to sign up today!The Warhammer 40K League is a tournament that consists of 4 games across 4 weeks followed by a championship match.The league will conclude with an awards ceremony to celebrate the winners and those who accomplished notable achievements during the league. We will also have some excellent prizes for the Pillar of the Community, the player who best embodies the values of our miniature gaming community.The league packet, which contains the complete league rules and list-building guidelines, can be found here.Matchmaking and table reservations will be handled through the Superscript Discord, which can be accessed here.

Free Comic Book Day 2022

Friday, May 6th
6:30PM - 10:30PM FCBD Kick-Off (At Bottlehouse Lakewood)
- 6:30PM - Magic: The Gathering: Conspiracy Draft
- 8PM - Tabletop Board Game Cafe Presents: Party Game Pop-Up
- 8PM - Cosplay Contest
- 10:30PM Superscript Trivia
12AM - 2AM FCBD Midnight Opening (At Superscript)
Saturday, May 7th
10AM - 9PM Open for Free Comic Book Day (At Superscript)
- 10AM - 6PM Local Artist Vendors
- 7PM Raffle
10AM - 6PM Local Artist Vendors (At Rising Star Lakewood)
10AM - 6PM Local Artist Vendors (At Lakewood Art Supply)

Vendor Highlights


I have loved cartoons and comics ever since I was a child. My mom taught me to read using comics as well as books.And I learned that I could get attention from other kids in grade school by showing them my drawings. Later, in high school, I found that was also a way to draw attention from girls. The practice of drawing is who I am.Combining words with pictures is a challenging but fun way to make a living. I have worked with a lot of talented writers, but especially Harvey Pekar on his autobiographical comic series “American Splendor” and Scott MacGregor on our graphic novel “Fire On The Water.” They’ve inspired me to hone my craft everyday.Telling a story with art is what I aim to do with every image I’ve created. Presently I am working with my wife Laura on our series of large and colorful environmental and socio-political paintings. But I will forever continue to work on comics in glorious black-and-white


Scott MacGregor is an American photographer and writer from Cleveland, Ohio. His photographs and writings have been published in books and magazines. He has been writing graphic tales for several decades in collaboration with Cleveland artists, most notably with artists Gary Dumm and Gregory Budgett.MacGregor is the primary author of the underground comic "DIP Stories" and the graphic novel, “Fire On The Water” a work of historical fiction which tells the early 20th century story of the harrowing experiences suffered while building water tunnels under Lake Erie by Irish and European immigrants in his hometown of Cleveland.


Vagabond Comics is an all-ages, independently published comics anthology based out of Cleveland, Ohio. It was created with the intention of providing a welcoming platform for comics creators of a variety of backgrounds and skill levels to share their work. Since its inception in 2015 we have have grown into a lively community of contributors, collaborators, and supporters both locally and internationally.


Caleb started his writing career as a filmmaker in Chicago. Over the past 6 years, Caleb has run 16 successful crowdfunding campaigns to create numerous comics, graphic novels, and children’s books that are not only entertaining but thought-provoking and timely.His children's comic series, Supercats is part of Scout Comics all-ages imprint, Scoot. The Supercats characters also appear in a quality the quarterly magazine, Frontiers which features original all-ages comic strips and activities.His WWII ghost story Nook has recently been acquired by Source Point Press and will be hitting comic store shelves as a monthly limited series this summer!His new series, The Neverland is a modern Stand-Alone sequel to the original Peter Pan novel by J.M. Barrie set during the pandemic. Issue #1 was funded on Kickstarter in March with issue 2 planned to hit the platform later this year. He now lives in Hudson Ohio with his wife, son, two cats, and a daughter due in July!


Lindsey Bryan is an artist and illustrator with a love for the fanciful and narrative. She likes drawing, reading, dogs, comics, coffee, collecting, cutting out tiny pieces of paper, picture books, frogs, ghosts, stars, sculpting, and anthropomorphizing the moon.


As a musician and comic book creator, Kris “skinnyk” Morron has continually sought to create compelling stories that inspire. He has been a contributing member of the Cleveland music scene since joining Swank Motel in 1997. He has been a member of and written for a wide variety of bands including the Afrodesiatics, Mifuné, Revolution Brass Band, and Trepanning Trio.In 2018, Kris turned his storytelling interests to comics, creating and co-writing the 8-part series, Peerless. The first issue was released in 2020 and future issues are ready to be produced as the creative team’s schedules allow.In the meantime, Kris has worked with local comic creator and muralist, Jake Kelly on a new one-shot comic, Shady Lane Blues. This ambitious project also includes original music written and recorded by Kris and Austin Walkin’ Cane which will be released both digitally and on vinyl later this year. More issues of Peerless and other comics are in the works as Kris is just getting started with his exciting comic creating career.When he’s not writing, Kris is also the Music Director and conductor of the Contemporary Youth Orchestra, yet another exciting platform from which to share his imagination and creativity with others.


Gawk Printing, LLC is a partner to artists of all shapes and sizes. We know first hand how hard it is to sell your art on a mass scale. Whether you're ordering prints for the first time or you're a seasoned veteran, we're here to help meet your needs. The owners and operators of Gawk Printing, LLC have a wide variety of industry experience ensuring you're receiving a satisfactory result every time


I like to draw every single day. To create something out of nothing, and to share it with the world, makes it even more special. I like to laugh, to go on adventures, and to take moments to enjoy the earth, the trees, and the clouds. From murals to logo work, to cartoons and zines - I'm here for silly words, frivolous lines, and juicy colors. The city of Cleveland is full of lovely, shining creativity, and I am happy to be here for this part of our journey together.


Logan Dorado is a local artist and activist residing in Lakewood, Ohio. He serves as the Vice President of Flaming River Arts, a 501c(3) non-profit focusing on promoting artists in the LGBTQ+ community in addition to making art from repurposed comics. He is currently laying the groundwork to start a “Scholastic Book Fair”-style mobile store to bring comics to kids in neighborhoods where their access to such works is limited.


Matt Haberbusch works as an engineer by day and makes and teaches comics on evenings and weekends. He enjoys the nervous creative energy of timed group drawing exercises and also co-leads a public local comics making group for adults, Comics in the Circle. He has made short story fiction and non-fiction comics for Cleveland Scene, Vagabond Comics, CWRU's The Observer, and he has exhibited self published work at Genghis Con


Cleveland and outdoor inspired apparel and merchandise. Using pop culture and the love of the outdoors to create relatable and eye-catching products!

The Superscript Gauntlet

The Superscript Gauntlet is a seasonal challenge in which players compete in a variety of Magic: The Gathering events in an attempt to win a limited edition playmat. The playmats will be exclusive to The Superscript Gauntlet, and will only be available while supplies last. Participating players will receive a punch card, which will track their completed events. Once all six events on a player’s punch card have been completed, they will receive a playmat.The six Gauntlet challenges are as follows:
- Modern
- Commander
- Draft
- Legacy
- Pauper
- Sealed Deck
Completion of an event requires the player to register for the event on time and participate in all of their matches. Upon completing their first event, the player will receive a punch card, with the corresponding event punched out. At subsequent events, the player must provide their punch card in order to receive credit for participating in the event.Due to the limited nature of the playmats, players will have a better chance of winning a playmat the earlier in the season they complete the Gauntlet. Superscript staff will give notification when nearly all of the playmats have been claimed, by making announcements in the Superscript Discord and at the start of Gauntlet events. In the instance that not enough playmats remain to be awarded to all the players that complete their punch card at the same event - playmats will be awarded based on the players’ punch card number in ascending order. Because Gauntlet Cards will be handed out in numerical order, this means the players that began participation in the Gauntlet earliest will be awarded a playmat over a player that began participation later in the season.