Tick, tock, goes the clock, He gave all he could give her. Tick, tock, goes...– The last line of Doctor Who’s “Tick, Tock, Goes the Clock” song, revealed in the Series 6 finale: The Wedding of River Song.
Tick Tock Goes the Clock
Tick, tock, goes the clock Even for the Doctor Tick, tock, goes the clock And what now shall we play? Tick, tock, goes the clock Now summer’s gone away. Tick, tock, goes the clock And what then shall we see? Tick, tock, until the day That thou shalt marry me. Tick, tock, goes the clock And all the years they fly. Tick, tock, and all too soon You and I must die. Tick, tock, goes the clock We...
Demons run when a good man goes to war. Night will fall and drown the sun When...– River Song, A Good Man Goes to War
The Seven Pottermore Clues
Come seek us where our voices sound, we cannot sing above the ground. And while you’re searching— Oh wait. Wrong clue. The seven Pottermore clues may not have been sung by sirens, but they sound (or look?) just as beautiful to those of us who stayed up all night and waited for hours and hours for the clues to be posted. Here are all seven: DAY 1 How many breeds of owl are...
Catch the Golden Snitch--I mean, Magic Quill: A...
I’ve just registered for an account in Pottermore (woohoo!), so I thought I’d give those who haven’t gotten an account an idea of what they’re going to see. If they want to register, that is. Although, at this point, getting an account requires a lot of patience and not very little love for Harry Potter. 1.) Read...
Twenty Years After: The Battle of Hogwarts, A...
This is an in-world documentary about the Battle of Hogwarts, which means that throughout the five videos (or chapters), Harry, his world, and the events in the Battle of Hogwarts will be treated as real. The documentary is created by fans and, for me, that’s what makes it great. It is made by people simply for the love of the story and I respect that. I disagree with some of their...
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 -- My...
Before anything, I want to say that I won’t be talking about the special effects, or the set design, or any movie-related technicalities. I’ll only concentrate on the story because no special effects (or whatnot), however good they are, could ever match the wonder and magic and beauty of the story. Moving on…. <rant> Things I Did NOT Like At All (and some that I...
Harry Potter World Cup: Overview, Round 1 Results,...
MTV is currently holding a World Cup that pits Harry Potter characters against each other by votes from us fans. It started several weeks ago. I didn’t get right into it because, well, I am one of those fans who you would call “book loyalists” and MTV is obviously more movie-oriented. But I got bored at work today and, having nothing else to do, decided to check out “this...
JK Rowling gives back through Pottermore →
More details on Pottermore from JK Rowling’s interview Excerpts (in italics): “Pottermore has been a really great way to give back to the Harry Potter readership, who made the books such a big success.” “…this is free. You don’t have to buy anything to access what you’ve seen today. You don’t have to pay to get the extra material…. This was about the...
Countdown to JK Rowling's Announcement →
Look at that pretty purple page and it’s pretty logo and that pretty signature… I’m getting goosebumps. About 20 hours ago, the Harry Potter (fan) world went into a frenzy as 10 letters were revealed, one by one and in intervals of several minutes, through fan sites and the Secret Street View. The ten letters revealed were: E, T, O, T, P, E, R, R, O, M. Of course, I took part...
JK Rowling's Big News
There’s only one thing that can distract me from a total lunar eclipse, and that’s an online word hunt from JK Rowling. The ten-letter word (EDIT: it seems that there are actually two words with ten letters in total) is supposed to be a teaser to something that JK Rowling is going to announce (it’s not a new book). The letters are hidden in Secret Street View. Each letter can...
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