First check all lights most likely you will need to put a fresh battery in and check the condition of the cap and rotor. If they need replacing go ahead and do so. Check the air filter and if it is not clean, replace.
Replace the fuel filter and drain the gas tank completely. With a fresh fuel filter and fresh gas, you have a better chance of starting without excessive cranking and possible damage to the engine.
Change the oil before attempting to start. Personally I would pull the distributor and use a preoiler (basically a fitting for a drill to spin the oil pump) to get the oil system pressurized. Some folks pull the spark plugs and inspect them and add a bit of marvel's mystery oil or some such stuff to the cylinders to try and free up any frozen rings and add a bit of lubrication. I am not a fan of adding lubricants this way as it can fould plugs and make it hard to start the engine and cranking a cold dry engine is where a lot of wear occurs.
Once it is fired up and running, plan to change transmission fluid and to at least check condition of differential gear oil.
You should also put it on a rack and make sure there are no rust issues that need to be addressed. If you see evidence of rust, it needs to dealt with as the car is a unibody and rust near the suspension mounting points can lead to failures that can be pretty ugly.
Finally, the tires may have flat spots from sitting. I wouldn't assume they are bad, and if they pass a visual inspection and ride smooth, you might be able to avoid replacing them, On the other hand tires for your car are fairly cheap.