Let’s look at the protagonists of “Star Wars” and “Harry Potter” and the many ways that their characters and story lines are reflective of each other. From their origins to the conclusion of the series, Luke and Harry follow much the same path.
In the debate about which book in the “Harry Potter” series is the best, “Chamber of Secrets” always gets shafted. Here are five reasons why you should reconsider it.
We all know where the characters in “Harry Potter” fit into the four Houses at Hogwarts, but where do they fall among the five love languages?
Like in the first three books, there are also a few dodgy moments in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. Which do you think is the most questionable?
The details in this Q-Fig are truly magical – from the translucent smoke and sparks to the hand-painted details of his face and skin, collectors of all sorts will be enchanted by the care that went into bringing Voldemort to life (again).
Would Voldemort Have Had the Same Fate If He Were Raised in a Loving Home?: Nature vs. Nurture in the Wizarding World
Both Harry Potter and Tom Riddle were raised as orphans. Neither really got a chance to know their parents, and neither had the nurturing that all children deserve to grow up with. Yet Harry and Voldemort ended up so different from each other.