I mean, we ARE getting a Special. Which is basically another episode. :)
In the description for the comic on DeviantArt, the artist wrote this: I know it’s not exactly “HA HA” funny, but everytime I read the Harry Potter books I can’t help but think that they wouldn’t need to spend so much time in the school library or investigating around if they had a nice laptop, an internet hook-up and access to a wizarding database lol!
Then again, if they could solve all the mysteries by Googling them, the books would be boring as hell. Hence the comic ;) Other good moments I could’ve drawn (but was too lazy to): in GoF a way to pass the first and second tasks (especially the second, they went mad looking for that shit!), in HBP they could’ve Googled Eileen Prince’s ass and discovered she was Snape’s mom… By the way, I DO know that electronics go hay-wire around magic, especially with the amount of it there is at Hogwarts. This is just a comic, it’s not meant to be accurate ;)
THIS MOVIE IS GOING TO HURT SO MUCH
Ash Wednesday selfie at BuzzFeed HQ!
The Bible and the Torah?
It’s a pleasure.
This is beautiful.
I am 100% okay with this.
EUROPE IS HARD, OKAY.
Other ideas: The Benedict Cumberprank.
I would like my money now please, Twitter.
This is my favorite BuzzFeed comment of all time.
I’m sure this will not shock anybody: Sherlock Holmes.
WAIT, I KNOW THIS PERSON. I HAVE GOTTEN VERY DRUNK WITH THIS PERSON. I LOVE THIS PERSON.
May 2010, one of my last nights studying abroad in France. Apparently I took this picture on my friend’s camera. I have no memory of this.
This is a perfect comment.
Got it! I’ll update the story right now to reflect this.
This is actually quite cute.
This was actually a reaction to Lady Gaga
I debated including that, but technically it was something that happened in the 7th book. Hopefully people who are interested will click through to the source links and learn more joyous Potter facts!
Benedict Cumberbatch. Easy.
SERIOUSLY. I WAS THE EXACT SAME WAY WATCHING THIS PANEL.
This book always makes me happy, each and every time I read it.