Remus Lupin isn’t the only victim of bias against werewolves. The wizarding world has the power and responsibility to improve lycanthrope lives.
Today’s episode of “Promptly Potter” questions Lupin’s desire to leave a pregnant Tonks and join the trio. Is Harry right to call him a coward?
Do you love “Harry Potter” and chemistry? Here’s a parody of “The Periodic Table Song” that’ll be playing in your head for hours on end.
Prejudice runs rampant in the wizarding world, and metaphor can reveal to us both its sources and its solutions.
“Reading, Writing, Rowling” Episode 34: “Werewolves of Wizard London (and Other Animal Transformations)”
Episode 34 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” takes on werewolves and other magical transformations in “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts”.
Did the “Harry Potter” movies ever creep you out or make you jump? Cast your vote and help us rank these 20 scary moments from the “Harry Potter” films.
The connection between mental and physical health is often overlooked. Learn how Remus Lupin taught this week’s guest to deal with physical and mental illnesses.
The Ministry of Magic hopes to keep the general public informed of the risks they may face by interacting with half-breeds. Do your best to avoid these subhuman creatures at all costs.
The first installment of our 13 Days of All Hallows’ Eve. A trip back in time to the arrival of the werewolf on Hogwarts grounds.