Are you a Sirius Black, or are you more of a James Potter? Take this quiz to find out which Marauder you (and your friends) are.
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.
This month, “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” players should have chocolate and some powerful happy memories handy to help fend off Dementors.
Who do you blame for the deaths of the Potters, two brave and noble sorcerers who were so dearly loved? We’ve made a case for seven strong contenders.
During his years as Scabbers, Wormtail gathers information about Harry, which Barty Crouch, Jr. then uses to ensure Voldemort’s rebirth.
Rowling teaches us that you don’t always have to be a hero (or a Gryffindor) to be brave.
These nicknames stuck with them through thick and thin. So what are the meanings and significance behind Messrs. Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs?
“Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery” has put you in possession of the Marauder’s Map. Now, prepare to meet its most dubious creator.
There is nothing from the “Harry Potter” novels to suggest that all Gryffindors have to be morally virtuous people, despite the way J.K. Rowling portrays the House. If we eliminate this expectation, then the argument can be made that Peter Pettigrew was a true Gryffindor.