I was asked about what do I use to make Wurr. This is pretty much everything.
I don’t carry the pencil sharpener of awesome with me, but I usually have so many pre-sharpened pencils in the pencil case with me that I don’t need it anyway.
Sketching and shading is done with the ordinary, cheap HB-hardness (this is probably just an approximate. It says HB on the package, but the actual hardness of the pencils varies a bit. I mark the ones that make a wee bit darker line by biting a ring around it’s end) pencils that I buy from the local post office. I personally prefer wooden pencils over mechanical ones, but that's mostly just my opinion. I like the feel of wooden pencils, and how varied line you can make with it depending on how you hold it.
Black Copic marker is used for panel outlines.
Pentel Brush Pen (my favourite thing, in case you couldn’t tell by the magenta coloured hearts) is used for filling in large black areas and in some linearts when I need to emphasize something being close in perspective. I love using it. It’s amazing.
Microns are for outlining everything else in the line art. I have one of each thickness.
I draw on this brand of really cheap “watercolor” paper (don’t believe it, it’s lying. It could never, ever take any wet media, but it’s pretty good for pencils and inking) that I can buy from the local store of cheap stuff called Hong Kong.
Aaaand that’s it. Except for my sketchbook that I use to thumbnail the pages since I forgot it.
When it comes to drawing equipment, the best advice I can give is to try out a lot and find something that feels good for you.