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Harry Potter Cartoon Madness

Over the years, Harry Potter has become a lovable cultural obsession that cartoonists have been able to play with and comment on. With the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in theaters, I decided to take a look back at our archives and post some oldie-but-goodies that are still relevant today.

Here's the cartoon I drew back in 2001 when the first Harry Potter movie was released. Not much has changed, other than Potter's age and maybe a larger dollar sign...

David Fitzsimmons of the Arizona Daily Star suggests a whole new line of Harry Potter movies as star Daniel Radcliff gets older and older...

Joe Heller of the Green Bay Post-Gazette addresses the aging of the Harry Potter franchise from a different perspective...

Heller also re-imagines Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, changing the main character and replacing Lord Voldemort with a different type of evil...

Australian cartoonist Peter Lewis paints a nice picture of Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling as she nears the end of her movie franchise...

Canadian Cartoonist Thomas Boldt (knows to most people as Tab) addresses Harry Potter's hype and consumerism with these two funny cartoons...

Mike Lester of the Rome News-Tribune suggests that not all kids enjoy Harry Potter...

Austrian cartoonist Petar Pismestrovic sees Harry Potter as a welcome diversion from everything going on in the world...

Patrick Corrigan of the Toronto Sun suggests a new title for Harry's ongoing pursuits...