In recent weeks, the character of Severus Snape has been under much scrutiny and debate by frequent quibble authors, yielding great discussion by fans along with popular fan-essays like "Snape's Anger," "The Two That Might Have Been," and "The Deification of Severus Snape."
The last of these three great papers, written by Glovebox, dealt with the fact that ever since the advent of the "Prince's Tale," all of Snape's darker actions in life have been neatly forgiven by the fandom. In fact, the character we once all loved to hate has now become one of the most staunchly adored.
Continuing on in this same vein, resident inflammatory writer hpboy13 of The Three Broomsticks column of MuggleNet has written a new editorial entitled "My Damnation of Severus Snape," addresing this fandom phenomemnon - and, as the title of the piece suggests, he judges the cunning Potions Master rather harshly.
Note that MuggleNet.com does not necessarily endorse this particular opinion of Snape - nor the opinions of any of its quibble writers - but it is deeply interested in them, and the great fan discussion that have accompanied these writings. To comment on this editorial and others by hpboy13 head on over to The Three Broomsticks, where you can pull over a chair - grab a butterbeer - and have some hearty Potter discussion.