It kind of depends on which supers you want to use. If you use 10 frame deeps, I would have 2 for brood and at least 2 for honey supers. If you use mediums it would be 3 for brood and 3 for honey. The smaller the super the more frames you will need. Also depends on how often you can extract your honey. You will need a bottom board and top. I don't ever have enough supers and frames, bottom boards and tops, ready in the spring when you start getting swarms.
Besides the suit, smoker and hive tool, you could need a feeder, and a bee brush. As for the brush I just use a soft bristle paint brush. I am sure I may have left out something. I have medium and shallow honey supers, easier to pick up, a good dolly helps also. Good luck You can't hardly have too many supers ready.