Author Archives: mnblogger

Wizard World Chicago Comic Con – Cosplay Recap!

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his past weekend, MuggleNet attended Wizard World's Chicago Comic Con at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. While none of the special guests were HP actors, there was still a noticeable presence of fans dressed up as characters from the Harry Potter series. We caught several of them and asked them why they chose what they did for their Comic Con outing. Read More »

Movie Review: Pride starring Imelda Staunton & Bill Nighy

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Pride, starring Potter alumni Imelda Staunton, Bill Nighy and Jessie Cave, is an uplifting tale of acceptance and solidarity. Read our full review now. Read More »

Exclusive Interview with ‘Landline’ author Rainbow Rowell

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Earlier this month at LeakyCon in Orlando, MuggleNet sat down for an interview with bestselling author Rainbow Rowell. In our interview, we chat about Landline, her choices in writing, and more. Read More »

Book Review: Fool’s Assassin by Robin Hobb

Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb

It's been over a decade since Robin Hobb fans last heard from Fitz and the Fool, and now they're back in an all new trilogy! Read what we thought of the new installment! Read More »

Book Review: The Magician’s Land by Lev Grossman

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The conclusion to Lev Grossman's excellent "Magicians" series is finally here! Find out what we thought of "The Magician's Land"! Read More »

Comics Review – Spike: Into the Light

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Fans of the Buffyverse will remember Spike, AKA William the Bloody, as one of the biggest villains and eventually heroes of the Buffy television show. Dark Horse Comics now brings us a new way to follow Spike’s adventures with his very own series of comics. Set in season 7 of Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, we find Spike reeling from his last encounter with Buffy Summers that sent him on a quest to have his soul returned to his body. Read More »

Theatre Review: ‘Monty Python Live (Mostly)’ starring John Cleese

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Forty-five years, three seasons on the BBC, and four hit movies later (I do include Something Completely Different); Monty Python is the biggest comedy group of all time and have done for comedy what the Beatles did for music. Read More »

“The Queen of the Tearling” Book Giveaway!

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We posted our review earlier this week, and now we've got a copy to give away to one lucky reader! Read More »

Theater Review: StarKid Summer Series

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They have thrice cavorted down corridors at Hogwarts School. They've explored an alien planet in their radical starship. They've tackled Batman, and twisted the tale of "Aladdin" so that we no longer approve of street rats. Now, the creative minds at Team StarKid have unleashed not one, but two new musicals upon the world in the summer of 2014. Read More »

Emma Watson’s next magical role: Kelsea in “The Queen of the Tearling”

Emma Watson in The Queen of the Tearling

Emma Watson committed to co-producing and starring in "The Queen of the Tearling" before the book was even published - here's a look at how the young actress may adapt to her second big fantasy role. Read More »