Is the “Harry Potter” fandom forever? Episode 19 of “Potterversity” examines its staying power, its complications, and what makes it unique.
I’m often asked why I spend so much of my time in the “Potter” fandom. The answer is simple: magic and friendship.
A lot of fun was had this past weekend at the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson, Nevada, where first-time convention Leviosa debuted to an audience of nearly 700 “Harry Potter” fans.
With convention season upon us, there are a large number of nerdy events to attend.
On August 7, 2005, a new medium was born. “Harry Potter” literary discussion, which was then taking place on a multitude of Internet forums, chat rooms, and website comments sections, first hit the airwaves of the iTunes podcast directory in the form of “MuggleCast”. On that first episode, the trio of hosts, which included MuggleNet staff members Andrew Sims, Ben Schoen, and Kevin Steck, discussed recently released promotional stills from the fourth “Harry Potter” film, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.