The “Harry Potter” franchise just keeps growing, but it is the fandom that has secured a lasting place for the series in our culture.
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.
It’s no secret that “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has Potterheads divided. Here’s why I won’t ever read it.
Fandom is a truly amazing place. But is it amazing enough to outshine canon?
J.K. Rowling seems to think that “Cursed Child” is canon, so why does her official wizarding world website not treat it as such?
This is Part 3 in my series of why the “Harry Potter” universe has three set realities of canon. Let’s discuss theater canon!
Wizards, Jedi, and time travelers: Robercon 2016 had something for everyone. Since it’s my hometown convention, I’ve watched it grow from having no “Harry Potter” presence to this year’s programming, which included two panels of “Potter” content and hundreds of people dressed in House colors.
What do we really know about Lavender Brown? Did she survive the Battle of Hogwarts? Is she Muggle-born? Editorial writer hpboy13 investigates.
With “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” recently published in script form and giving us new information on the wizarding world, the age-old question comes out again: Is this canon? Everyone seems to have their own opinion, so I thought, “Why not throw in my two cents?”