From a simply silly incantation to a very real spell in the “Harry Potter” canon, follow the story of our favorite Knockback Jinx: “Flipendo”!
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According to reports from Twitter, one fan pairing could be canon in the revised format of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in North America.
What are the effects of retconning on our experience of theorizing about the “Potter” universe?
A closer look at what we know about Professor McGonagall’s backstory shows that her appearance in “Crimes of Grindelwald” does not contradict canon.
“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” really missed an opportunity to canonize what would have been a much-adored same-sex relationship.
Is J.K. Rowling on a roll, or are her ideas becoming unplottable? Read this take on the “Potter” author’s clash with canon.
What if I don’t want to count “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”? What if I don’t like the “Fantastic Beasts” series? What if my OTP is Wolfstar?
What happens when “Harry Potter” canon and extended canon does not reflect the values and goals of the “Potter” fandom?
Is the “Harry Potter” book canon no longer relevant? If you’re confused why the hardcore fans are upset, here are the inconsistencies that are becoming a bit much.