hpboy13 reflects on the many characters he has analyzed in-depth (sometimes to great controversy) in his 100 articles of the Three Broomsticks column.
Category: The Quibbler
An analysis of the term “blood troth” reveals how Dumbledore’s love for Grindelwald was foreshadowed in the previous movie.
Grab a butterbeer and join us in celebrating 100 articles at the Three Broomsticks column.
Do you tend to Sort everyone around you? Here’s what happened in my group project when we decided to take everyone’s Hogwarts Houses into account.
There must be shades of Snape in “The Scarlet Letter,” right? Lorrie Kim takes a look. Things don’t go the way she expects.
Did Merope’s use of a Love Potion mean Voldemort could never love? An investigation into the roots of this theory throws its validity into question.
We know that Dumbledore eventually owned the Elder Wand, but what was his wand made out of before then? His namesake Wulfric may give us some clues.
It’s Carnival! Let’s dive into the world of a magical Carnival. What costumes, food, and floats would each character make?
With self-care tips from the king of selfishness himself, you’ll feel like number one in no time!