Penguin Classics is rolling out three new Marvel Collection editions of The Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men will join the three titles released in 2022.
Mr. Clean made his television commercial debut in 1958. Does Mr. Clean have a first name? Yes he does, his full name is Veritably Clean.
Shift Happens tells the story of keyboards like no book ever before, covering 150 years from the early typewriters to the pixellated keyboards in our pockets.
Eccentric Lives: The Daily Telegraph Book of 21st Century Obituaries collects some of the best wry obits. You know it is not polite to talk ill of the dead.
Fleishman Is In Trouble caught me off guard. The series is streaming both on Hulu and Disney+. The drama exposes a divorced couple’s complicated lives.
As we usher in the new year, publishers can get their hands on public domain properties each year. 2023 has an interesting cast of new public domain offerings.
A book is like an umbrella, if they are to work, you have to open them. Rebecca Solnit’s letter about books with artist’s Liniers response is a thing of beauty.
Leila Philip’s BEAVERLAND is an intimate and revelatory dive into the world of the beaver—the wonderfully weird rodent that shaped American history and future.
Ada Calhoun stumbled upon old cassette tapes of interviews her father Peter Schjeldahl, had conducted for a never-completed biography of poet Frank O’Hara.
Christmas is around the corner, my house is littered with Peanuts-related holiday ornaments. This red lantern snow globe has got my eye as of late.
A lively illustrated tour of London in the company of Vic Lee — artist, storyteller and self-confessed ‘ragamuffin from south-east London’.
Assemble your snapshots and give yourself a double dose with this grown-up, just-for-you version of one of childhood’s greatest gadgets: the reel viewer.
Senior Detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) is back, he is on a mission to figure out…who killed Santa. Jason Bateman and Maya Rudolph are guest stars.
Rian Hughes’ Rayguns and Rocketships: Vintage Science Fiction Book Cover Art from Korero Press is out now. Vintage science fiction art is so rad and cool.