Funko is releasing its latest line of “Harry Potter” Pop! figures. While we’ll no doubt be buying the newest versions of Hermione, Neville, and Dumbledore, this latest wave has us thinking of the characters who aren’t yet represented in the big-headed, large-eyed Funko form.
Author: Amy Hogan
Sometimes, we find ourselves scrolling through online shopping websites for entertainment. Here are some of the most interesting “Harry Potter” products we found while diving through the depths of the Internet.
What nerdy knitter hasn’t wanted to try making their very own Weasley sweater? With the “Harry Potter: Knitting Magic” book, the possibilities are endless. We tried out a few patterns and shared our thoughts in this review.
MuggleNet sat down with the video and projection designer of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Parts One and Two” to find out more about the digital magic created onstage at all three “Cursed Child” theaters.
The ideals and traditions behind Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry echo the ideas of freedom that brought so many immigrants, like Isolt Sayre, to America in the 1600s and beyond.
Throwing a “Harry Potter” game night? This new card-stacking game might need to be added to your list.
Terrified of Roller Coasters? Here’s How I’m Talking Myself into Riding Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure
Show of hands, who’s terrified of roller coasters? Let’s all take deep breaths together. We will get through this.