Episode #302: Andrew’s Party

Lots of news to discuss in our first episode of October! Hypable’s Hype podcast host Pamela joins us to discuss all of the latest and greatest news.

  • Expecto Patronum! The long-awaited quiz is finally here and the hosts reveal their Patronuses!
  • Listeners share Patronus quiz results and if they’re happy with the outcome
  • Chamber of Secrets: The Illustrated Edition hits store shelves and we have some questions!
  • Why are their less illustrations? How will the length of future books impact the number of illustrations? Do these editions take away from the imaginations of younger readers? What’s up with Dobby’s bare ass?
  • The final Fantastic Beasts trailer is released… with the mention of a very familiar dark wizard!
  • Will Dumbledore help Newt fight Grindelwald? Will Newt be the only one capturing beasts? Whose side is Graves really on?
  • Get your tickets! All 8 Harry Potter movies are returning to theaters for one week only! A great opportunity to see the earlier films.
  • The main theme for Fantastic Beasts is revealed and it sounds awfully familiar…
  • Harry Potter merch is making a comeback!
  • Party in the Park – don’t miss out on an exclusive event at LeakyCon in Los Angeles (and after-party on Andrew’s rooftop)!
  • Bonus MuggleCast: The History of MACUSA (Coming to Patreon later in October)

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1 Comment

  1. I don’t think 1926 is too early for Grindelwald to be around. Remember the Grindelwald stoty is a parallel to the nazis. The nazi party in Germany was very much on the up in 1926. After Hitler’s unsuccessful coup in 1922, his followers regrouped and became more successful than ever. Hitler published the first volume of ‘Mein Kampf’ in 1925 and became more popular by the minute. The nazis didn’t come out of nowhere in 1933, and neither did Grindelwald, I assume.
    As for Dumbledore ignoring Grindelwald for a long time before taking him down, I believe it is canon that it took him many years to brace himself to fight him, because he feared the confrontation for personal reasons.

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