The Image: It’s Harry as a llama. We knew somebody would do it eventually. It’s such an obvious next step!
Artistic Flair: Whoever drew this has captured the essence of what it is to be a magical llama perfectly.
The Image: Harry and Ron send Hermione’s skirts flying in this grubby little fantasy. Ten points from Gryffindor.
Artistic Flair: Top marks for Manga sleaziness, although Harry does appear to be having a seizure in the background there. Not sure if that’s quite what the artist intended…
The Image: It’s just Hermione and Snape passing in the corridor… wait, is Snape a woman? We don’t get it.
Artistic Flair: Top marks for bamboozlement. Mischief managed!
The Image: Why it’s Harry Potter of course! Not as handsome as he looks in the Daily Prophet , is he?
Artistic Flair: Have you not looked at the picture? No more needs to be said on this score, does it?
The Image: Despite the fact that the words “hallows” and “hos” sound nothing alike, the artist has taken that wordplay as a jumping off point for a rather extreme Potter makeover. Pimping ain’t easy, yo.
Artistic Flair: Most of the effort went in to the titular “pun”, we’d wager…
The Image: Ron tries to extricate himself from the unwanted attentions of Lavender Brown. Although judging by his trousers, they might not be that unwanted after all…
Artistic Flair: Great detail here, especially on Hermione’s haughtily impassive expression.
Harry And Snape
The Image: Too creepy for words. We don’t really need to go into any more detail here do we? Good.
Artistic Flair: Yes, yes, very talented we’re sure. Let’s move along now shall we?
The Image: Young Remus Lupin, taking a break from studying to catch up on his “reading”…
Artistic Flair: James and Sirius seem to have broken their pal’s wrist! For his own good, presumably…
The Image: Crabbe and Goyle, practicing their striptease routine ahead of the Yule Ball. Or something…
Artistic Flair: This looks as if it’s been plucked straight from the pages of Viz . And we mean that in a good way!
The Image: It’s the boggart version of Professor Snape, as transformed by the Riddikulus spell into Neville’s grandmother’s attire.
Artistic Flair: We like the Disney hero look, and the subject matter is more interesting than the usual fan-created fodder.