“Gryffindor” – A Parody of Katy Perry’s “Roar”

There’s so many great Harry Potter related musicians and vloggers out there, including Weasley Sweaters!

Check out her parody of Katy Perry’s “Roar” all about the bravest Gryffindor there ever was!


Scholastic Reveals All Seven New Harry Potter Covers

Scholastic has officially released all seven of the new Harry Potter book covers! The new look was illustrated by Kazu Kibuishi and will be released on the paperback editions of the books starting August 27th!








Will you be picking up the newest paperbacks or sticking to the original book covers?

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New HARRY POTTER Goblet of Fire and Order of the Phoenix covers revealed


This reminds me of the original U.S. cover, in that it has many of the same elements- the Golden Egg, the Horntail, the stands- but it’s definitely a more action-filled take on the scene, which I think complements the nature of the book more.

Source: Hypable 


This cover, on the other hand, is totally reimagined. Despite the creepy thestrals, it’s actually probably my favorite one so far. I love the rising sun in the background, which to me represents a clear message in the series- there is always hope, even in the darkest of times.

Source: Galleycat

Both covers are the artwork of Kaza Kibuishi, same as all the previously unveiled covers.

What are your opinions on the new art?


As we get closer to the release date of the Harry Potter 15th Anniversary collection, we get to see each cover revealed to us.  The latest one revealed is the third book in the series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban!



You can pre-order your collection set by going to our Harry Potter Merch Page!

More photos released from J.K. Rowling’s Annotated Philosopher’s Stone



“changed my life forever.”

“No shield here – crest. I mean all that came in the later editions. This one’s a bit wonky but you get the idea.”

“Perhaps Hufflepuff house would have the respect it deserves from fans if I’d stayed with my original idea of a bear to represent it?”

J.K Rowling

Drawing of sleeping baby Harry

“Harry Potter rolled over inside his blankets without waking”

J.K Rowling

“was invented in small hotel in Manchester after a row with my then boyfriend. I had been pondering the things that hold a society together, cause it to congregate and signify its particular character and knew I need a sport. It infuriates men, in my experience (why is the snitch so valuable etc), which is quite satisfying given my state of mind when I invented it.”

Source: Hogwarts Radio

What do you think of the author’s clever drawings and witticisms?

Kazu Kibuishi unveils ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ cover art


The artist, whose stunning Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone art has been well received, has revealed his latest addition to the series.

Scholastic announced earlier in the year that the company was going to release brand new editions of the entire Harry Potter saga that are poised to hit the store shelves in August. The company has been generating significant buzz surrounding the cover art created by award winning artist Kazu Kibuishi. Today at Book Expo America, the artist and Ellie Berger, President of Scholastic Trade Publishing, Arthur A. Levine unveiled the new cover art.

The new cover for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets features the flying car that Harry and Ron rode to Hogwarts. In the background is the Weasley family home and many people are considering this art to be the best ever done for the franchise. Subsequent cover art will be revealed during the next few months for the remainder of the books.


Source: Good eReader



J.K. Rowling’s early sketches seen in annotated Philosopher’s Stone


J.K. Rowling has recently sold her annotated copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone for over $220,000, and her official website has been updated with a snapshot of the book’s interior. Pictured here is Snape, as unpleasant as always!

Found on Mugglenet