Bring on Ragnorak and the great battle for the best Norse mythology books, both fictional retellings like The Witch’s Heart by Genevieve Gornichec and nonfiction compilations like Loki and Sigyn by Lea Svendsen.
The best books set in Australia make the country as much a character as the colourful larrikins telling the story, including Taboo by Kim Scott.
As much as I love Bluey (and I really do), there are a bunch of equally amazing Australian children’s books to nurture your little tikes, like The First Scientists: Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia's First Peoples by Corey Tutt, illustrated by Blak Douglas.
Ready to redecorate your shelves? Here are 12 of the best manga and anime bookends I found online. #SorryNotSorry
It's less about the whodunit and more about the "where is it?" Prepare for adventure with these treasure-hunting mysteries!
The best fictional worlds come with their own constructed languages. Take a quick dive into Conlangs and the love of languages.
Who is the best Thor of all the Thors? We're ranking Thor throughout the years.
Need some breathing space from the world? Check out some of the best comics that stop time! (Note: time travel is not recommended.)
Fill the void between seasons and books with the best Bridgerton fan fiction for each sibling (and then some).
Free Comic Book Day is back!! Before you head to your local comic book store, check out our faves and remember to support your local.