After an exciting new year of NOTHING HARRY POTTER RELATED, we now will kick off the new year by doing more things having to do with Tyler Potter, the Harry Moffer parody series, and even finding a way to do the short all-in-one story called “This Story Just Makes No Sense“.
So yes, it’ll be a new year, but will anything on this blog make any sense? I don’t think so!
Here is the trailer for my book, Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever, which is currently available on Amazon.com:
via Hairy Polarity and the Self-Mocking Fundie Satire.
Here’s a graphic novel which is an entertaining yet cautionary tale against the evils of Harry Potter, but only tamer. A man named Tim Todd has given us this parody, which you can actually buy from his website. He says that if we aren’t careful, we could unleash all kinds of evils in the world.
The story is about a boy named Ari Potiphar, who is a huge fan of the Hairy Polarity series. He and his best friend, Minnie Manger, often spend their time reading the Hairy Polarity books. Ari’s parents, who are rightly concerned for their son’s safety, warn him to stop reading the books and stop hanging out with Minnie, and to spend time with his Christian friends. Ari disobeys them and he and Minnie are eventually sucked away into a world where the evils of witchcraft are all too real and the kids are forced to battle for their souls.
Before the story ends, both Ari and Minnie learn a huge lesson about being careful of what to read and to listen to their parents. Plus, the author is saying that it’s better to trust Jesus and reject evil.
Maybe it’s best if we listened to our parents and the pastor of the church.
Website to view the book: http://ari-potter.tripod.com/HairyPolarity/
- Sorcery Pool (wordsrhymesandrhythm.wordpress.com)
- Essential elements of Sword & Sorcery (vengersatanis.blogspot.com)
- the kindness of strangers and Harry Potter (bipolarchristianity.com)
- I used to not like Harry Potter (thisismyhead.wordpress.com)
- Entertainment or Bad Influence? (bayouroyalty.wordpress.com)
- Harry Potter (ayearandadaywicca.wordpress.com)
- Magical Literature (strawberriesmusicandrainydays.wordpress.com)
- Magical (tothemoonandbackagainn.wordpress.com)
- What should Christians read and watch? (neversaidbefore.wordpress.com)
Novels in a Polish bookstore (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
And now we have another character to introduce:
Marpus Silch is the unpopular janitor of Warthogpox High School. No one likes him, and people have tried (and failed) to get him fired from the school for many years.
Anyway, Harry, Pun, and Hildegarde find a treasure trove of hidden books that were ignored in favor of the Larry Dobber books. Within a few seconds, scores of students who were in the library found the books and threw away over 100 copies of the Larry Dobber books.
Mr Silch wasn’t very happy to hear that the kids had given up on Larry Dobber in favor of less popular books and he drags them out of the library. Jill (who could have intervened had she not been distracted by the presence of Wilfy, Tarcey, and Junia) just sits there and does nothing. Jacquel Romanov would have been ashamed of her inaction, and Jacquel Romanov could have prevented the rest of this story from happening…
harry moffer 1 (Photo credit: claireviolet82)
Today, I now begin the spoof known as Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever!
In this parody, Harry Potter is a known as Harry Moffer, a normal boy who has nothing in common with his “useless” relatives. That is, until he is invited to attend an elite public school called Warthogpox High School. There, he meets Pun Teasley and Hildegarde Lamer and navigates the normal world of high school.
And no, there is no magic in the story. Now you know.
This blog post has been brought to you by: My version of a Harry Potter rip-off (accoriding to HowTo:Write a Harry Potter Ripoff)
P.S.: I’ve been aware that this is the 300th post on this blog.