In a fandom where it seems the popular opinion is that the script has soiled everything we know and love about the wizarding world, I would like to take a moment to explain why I was able to actually enjoy reading my book well into the night on July 31.
Wednesday, October 21 saw the UK launch party of Robert Galbraith’s third “Cormoran Strike” novel at Time Run in London. Ten teams competed against each other for the grand prize: signed copies of the much-anticipated novel.
Who’s more hateful? Matilda’s Agatha Trunchbull or JKR’s Dolores Umbridge? MuggleNet makes a list.
There are many parts from the movies that did the “Harry Potter” books justice. These are ten of our favorites. Did we list your favorite? Read more to find out!
Removed from a world where a hat gives you the ultimate aptitude test and you get to have “a cool wizard job” when you grow up, here’s what we reckon the “Harry Potter” characters would have gotten up to after they left school. Includes activism, infamy, and “The Wolf of Wall Street”.
How Sirius Black’s death helped us process our own losses and feel less alone.
Today Bloomsbury revealed the latest image from the upcoming “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: Illustrated Edition”, illustrated by Jim Kay. The new illustration is of Flourish & Blotts and joins six other previously released illustrations.
This DIY was submitted by Talar, who was inspired to re-create the infamous “attacking textbook” from “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”. We will show you how to make this great Halloween decoration/conversation piece on your own!
More than 300 million copies of the “Harry Potter” novels have been sold worldwide.