Harry Potter, I sentence you to DIE!
Not only do your books and movies suck, but also there’s a fan fiction out there that exposed you for what you truly are. A fake. A phony. You’re the worst thing since creamed corn, and I would rather eat creamed corn than deal with you!
I can’t stand you. You’re freaking everywhere! I want you to go away and cease to exist! Let someone else take over the story because you’re not worth having one!
Please, just go away!
You’re saying you think I’m crazy? You say I would be happier if I would just sit down, shut up, and read your books? That is bullshit! I will NOT sit down, shut up, and read your books, not when there are better books out there for me to read!
So, for the last time, Harry Potter, go away!
I have always believed that Harry must have made the whole story up in his head. I mean, what other explanation is there? Harry Potter was a story of a boy who liked to pretend that he was a famous wizard living with cruel and abusive relatives who shoved him into a closet under the stairs.
That seems to make more sense than some of the other Harry Potter theories out there.
I wonder who else believes this theory. If you do, please comment below. Thank you for reading this blog post.
So, who is the genius behind Tyler Potter?
First off, he wasn’t created by Claire Violet Thorpe even though she borrowed him for her fan fiction series called the Series That Made No Sense. That series pokes fun at everything that is wrong with the Harry Potter series and tries to correct the mistakes, often with hilarious results.
But who is really behind Tyler Potter? His name is Jonas Sanders and he created Tyler for the show Space Wizards. The cartoon centers on Tyler’s adventures living in a steampunk version of an alternative Earth. But how and why Claire took Tyler’s name and began using it for a stupid character is beyond me. I think that Claire should change the hero’s name to something like River Valentine Potter and leave the name Tyler alone. But that’s just my opinion.
Anyway, I wonder how Jonas Sanders would react if he saw Tyler being part of a satire of Harry Potter. I don’t think he’d like that very much, knowing how bad the series could turn out, but we shall see…
Tim Hunter is no ordinary boy; in fact, he is destined to be one powerful wizard, the most powerful wizard on earth, who could either save the world, or condemn it.He is trained, meets all sorts of characters, and learns of his destiny. He goes through much loneliness and isolation, which costs him his family and friends. But in the end, he wins a majorly quiet victory.
And besides, what kind of hero is Harry Potter anyway?